• What is Oil Loss
  • Financial and Operations Implications
    of Oil Loss
  • Finding the Boundaries
  • Accounting for the Oil - 
    Balance Pros & Cons
  • Inputs - Defining the Starting Point
  • Outputs - Sales in Different Modes
  • Inventories
  • Adjustments - Getting It Right
    While Keeping Control
  • Internal Customers
  • Water, Solids, Sulfur, Hard-to-Quantify
  • Theft and Risk Assessment
  • Environmental Losses and the
    Connection with Oil Loss
  • Reporting of Results
  • Setting Targets
  • Reducing the Gap
  • Oil Loss Reduction Investigations
  • Structuring an Improvement Effort
  • Oil Loss Investigation Exercise
  • Diminishing Returns and Uncertainty
  • Continuing Involvement
  • Expectations and Management Support
  • Industry Updates
This two-day course explains oil loss control from the shore-side perspective.  It covers the problems of accounting for the material, understanding the sources of potential losses, and how to find and control the losses.  Topics to be covered include:
Program Objective:  To familiarize the participants with the value of refinery/plant oil loss tracking to their organization, how to perform the necessary calculations, understand the results, and react to improve operations.  By the end of the course, participants will be able to develop or improve their own programs and recognize weaknesses in their existing efforts.





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