Eye of the Storm : Inside a Gas/Fuel Depot in the Middle of a Fuel Supply Crisis

  1. They could not buy or transport any petrol from the depots, because no depots were selling.
  2. They had no idea when the issue would be resolved.
  1. A waiting period for an empty ship to remove the off-spec product
  2. A waiting period within which another importer ship carrying petrol would dock
  1. Depots, haulers and filling stations need to increasingly reduce avoidable inefficiencies, keep a healthy cash flow(with a built in safety reserve) to avoid instances where product throttle threatens administrative operations.
  2. End users with means need to de-risk their current sources of energy by building in redundancy : expect that your current sources of power will one day fail, and have an alternative ready.

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Business Digitization & Systematization Executive. Obsessed with building business systems that last.

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