Friday, October 24 • 10:30 am - 11:00 am
There isn’t a logistics operation in Canada that isn’t affected in some way by the pipelines that carry crude oil across the country and into the United States. Yet not many logistics professionals outside of the pipelines fully understand the role pipelines play in the energy supply chain, let alone the logistical complexities that arise from being a highly regulated common carrier with strained network capacity.
This session will give delegates an understanding of how the North American and global crude oil supply and demand fundamentals drive Enbridge Pipelines into developing long-term transportation options that enable the efficient flow of crude oil from supply regions to end-user markets. This perspective will come from the perspective of Enbridge’s Customer Service group – an organization responsible for the logistics planning, shipment management and transport accounting for the 2.5 million barrels they move through their system every day.