Essentials of A Hydrocarbon Management (HM) Landscape in an Oil Refinery

Tank farm Management Webinar

Essentials of a Hydrocarbon Management (HM) Landscape in an Oil Refinery or Mass Reconciliation to discuss and outline a methodology to reduce % oil loss.

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OMS Conducted one day training on “Blend Optimization” for Phillips 66 Refineries Professionals

Blend Optimization

OMS eLearning Academy conducted a one-day training course on Blend Optimization for Phillips66 at their Houston corporate office.  35 professionals from Phillips’ 13 refineries attended the Blend Optimization training.  The attendees included blend engineers/scheduler, lab staff, planners, operational managers and

Continuing Education in Downstream Refining Industry

Oms eLearning Academy launch

 Introduction Continuous education means different thing to different people. Some call it is getting higher degree, some call it professional training. No matter what it is understood for, one thing stood among all learn more by any means and for

Invitation to Join LinkedIn group “Automation of Refinery Offsite Operations”

Join Our LinkedIn Group of Automation of Refinery Offsite Operations

This LinkedIn group discusses technology, project management, best practices, problems and challenges in fuels blending, tank farm management, crude blending, tank qualities, online and lab analysis, terminal automation and other topics of interest related to the automation of refinery offsite

KPI (Key Performance Indicator) for the OM&S Implementation projects

Refinery Oil Movements and Storage Systems Implementation

What is KPI ? KPIs are commonly used by an organization to evaluate its success of a particular activity in which it is engaged. Sometimes success is defined in terms of making progress toward strategic goals, but often success is

Continuing Education Options for the staff of Refinery Offsite Operations

OMS webinars in Refinery offsite operations

Introduction Continuing education or employee training is an option that any employer cannot and should not ignore its both short term and long term impact on the work force development. In an era of downward spiraling oil price,  experienced staff