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How To build an Effective Analyzer Program?

In the past decade, a lot of our Oil and Gas clients have invested heavily in online analyzers as an effective technology to monitor their operation’s health status on a real-time basis. However, through our Assessments and Engagements, we noticed that a lot of these analyzers were underutilized towards their full potential. On average, an… read more →




Refinery Blending Operations: Using Advanced Data Analytics To Improve Performance

Recovering fuel demands and record high prices have led to an increase in refining margins for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic. This industry is plagued with archaic, siloed systems and the recent attrition due to global pandemic has led to processes inefficiencies and knowledge gaps in several areas of the refining business. Currently… read more →




The Importance of An Effective Ethanol Uplift Model

By Kai Y. Wan “How to establish a good ethanol uplift model?” is becoming an increasingly common question when it comes to gasoline blending. With the mandatory addition of 10% ethanol to a majority of gasoline products, accurate prediction of the final fuel properties is more crucial than ever. With years of experience in blending… read more →




The Building Blocks of A Robust Implementation Plan

The essence of developing a robust implementation plan lies in working hand in glove with the client at every stage. An implementation plan is a well-charted out agenda of achieving the client’s objectives by breaking down the overall engagement into bite-sized pieces, with each component having an owner and a firmly tracked deadline. This makes… read more →




Oil and Gas Industry: The Path Forward

By Ivan Parra As 2021 unwinds, the Oil & Gas Industry and the global energy landscape are experiencing significant shifts. After an extremely challenging year in 2020—wherein this sector experienced major disruption caused by simultaneous price collapse, supply glut, unprecedented demand decline, and a health/economic crisis—the outlook remains uncertain. Aside from industry fundamentals, other forces… read more →




Cost Management & Optimization for Midstream Companies: Supply Chain Management

By James Greey In a previous article, we discussed ways for Midstream Companies to increase margins by focusing on reducing operating expenses related to inefficient maintenance programs. This article discusses another key contributor to margin erosion, ineffective Supply Chain Management.  For midstream oil and gas companies, Supply Chain Management can be broken down into two… read more →




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