Tales from the front line: Four lessons learned from a former NGL scheduler

P. Martin, Opportune

They are on the front lines of daily logistics—the unsung heroes behind the scenes in the energy supply chain who get in early, stay late and typically work odd hours. These workers schedule and coordinate daily and monthly product movements on assigned transportation modes, coordinate crisis management, monitor assigned natural gas liquid (NGL) inventories, and review receipts, deliveries and exchange balances. This is a typical day in the life of an NGL scheduler. As new pipelines get built to transport products from shale basins and trucks, rails, ships and barges become increasingly necessary to transport crude oil, petrochemicals and refined products to market, it is important to revis


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