Oil Manufacturing & Logistics Operations
industry insider experience.
BRG’s Oil Manufacturing and Logistics experts, who have deep experience in midstream, downstream, and petrochemicals, advise corporate management and boards, project managers, field supervisors and operators, financial investors, owners, and regulatory and government agencies. Dynamic market changes are creating challenges for the global midstream, downstream, and petrochemical sectors. Our experts advise clients regarding plant operations and management, economics, strategy, and green- and brownfield capital projects, and increasingly optimize asset performance (reliability, routine, and turnarounds/shutdowns) and plant efficiency.
Who We Are
BRG Oil Manufacturing and Logistics professionals offer multidisciplinary capabilities with deep industry experience, including corporate leadership of global energy companies, leadership of plant and commercial operations, asset management, project management, field supervision, and chemical engineering. Our midstream, downstream, and petrochemicals experts have an average of 21 years of experience. Over 73 percent of our experts have advanced degrees, 65 percent have an engineering degree, and the majority of our senior experts have spent much of their careers as industry insiders.
What We Do
Our experts provide a wide range of business advisory and [dispute resolution] services that leverage BRG’s core competencies in energy markets, forecasting, economics, finance, and risk to address clients’ real-world challenges and provide distinctive expert insights, analysis, and forecasts.
We put small, focused teams of seasoned experts with directly relevant experience on our clients’ mission-critical challenges to generate tangible and measurable value. Because our experts have mastered similar challenges in their respective industry and consulting experience, we deliver value quickly and cost efficiently.
BRG’s advisory services advise clients in:
- Understanding current performance and operability of processing facilities to maximize value
- Optimizing processing facilities to reduce operating costs, save energy, and increase reliability
- Transforming operational business performance
- Understanding the economic environment under which planning and pricing decisions are made
- Avoiding regret capital during concept and field development planning
- Sustaining performance by strengthening the skills and capabilities of employees
- Operational Excellence: Drive identification of value potential and develop a roadmap to sustainably deliver the desired performance outcome from an organization.
- Asset, Operations and Commercial Optimization: Manufacturing and logistics optimization is normally reviewed and implemented as an integrated approach, since one area affects other parts of the business. Asset optimization improves asset performance, balancing cost and risk and enabling operational effectiveness and efficiency. This includes all aspects of reliability, routine, and turnaround/shutdown. Operations optimization improves production and supply chain operations to increase margins and production performance. Commercial optimization enhances the entire value chain for asset-backed commodity traders.
- Capital Projects: Improve portfolio and projects’ “time to value” and capital efficiency. This includes support for all phases of capital projects and operational readiness.
- Special Services: Provide support to other areas of the business to meet challenges and opportunities successfully.
News & Insights
- October 14, 2016
- June 16, 2016
- April 8, 2016
- March 25, 2016
- March 10, 2016
- March 2, 2016
- February 12, 2016
- February 6, 2016
- February 5, 2016
- February 1, 2016
- January 29, 2016
- January 24, 2016
- The Secret of Translating a Good Turnaround/Shutdown Plan into Execution Excellence = Contractor PartnershipJanuary 15, 2016
- January 15, 2016
- January 12, 2016
- January 7, 2016
- December 18, 2015
- December 11, 2015
Seminars & Speaking Engagements
- April 27, 2017
- October 25-26, 2016
- September 14-15, 2016
- June 27-28, 2016
- January 13-15, 2016
News & Commentary
- September 9, 2016
- November 19, 2015
- June 11, 2015
- December 18, 2014