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Supply Chain Management

5 days EAV/SCH
Level
Proficiency
Audience
  • All personnel in the petroleum industries, distributors, large consumers concerned with supply logistics issues, transportation and storage.
Purpose
  • This training provides a deeper knowledge of all technical, economic, administrative and environmental constraints of the petroleum logistics from the refinery to the gas station to optimize it more effectively.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • set up a logistics plan and establish different modes of supply,
  • establish the characteristics between the various tools of storage and transportation,
  • analyze the economic aspects of a supply chain.
Prerequisite
  • Minimum 3 years of working experience in Oil Supply chain.
Ways and means
  • Case studies.

INTRODUCTION & PRINCIPLES 0.5 day
  • Definition: what is logistics? What is a supply chain?
  • Principles of the distribution of petroleum products.
  • Review of activities, supply chain link production to consumers.
  • Definition of actual tools.
  • Implementation of supply chain schema.
STORAGE MANAGEMENT 0.5 day
  • Factors of entry points (refiners and import terminals).
  • Factor of exit points (to consumers).
  • “Pull” and “push” modes.
  • Basic tool for stock management.
TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF STORAGE 1 day
  • Review of the different storages (above ground and underground).
  • Operation equipment and control.
  • Stocks measurements.
  • Losses (tank breathing, product movement, loss control).
  • Flow measurements. Safety equipment.
ECONOMICS OF STORAGE & TRANSPORT OPERATIONS 1 day
  • Cost notion. Storage size. Investments. Maintenance.
  • Cost breakdown for mixed products and petroleum products.
  • Maintenance policy and costs. Distribution cost pricing policy.
SECURITY STORAGES 0.25 day
  • Why security storages?
  • IEA mission. Example in different countries in the world.
  • Review of technical problems due to long term storage.
  • SHIPPING0.5 dGeneral features.
  • The Market and its players-Fixing of the freight rate (Worldscale).
  • Chartering contracts (Voyage charter, COA, Time charter…).
  • Risk control and environmental protection.
SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN & METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH 0.5 day
  • Analysis of the Industry. Organization analysis. Process analysis. Location analysis.
  • Operational optimization. Status and alternatives’ analysis.
  • Key Performance Indicators.
  • Benchmarking context.
CASE STUDY 0.75 day
  • Case study based on an actual situation and containing applications of most of the main principles explained.
CASE STUDIES (treated all along the course)