Solving the Capacity Crunch in Today’s Petrochemical Supply Chain

It has become extremely difficult to optimize product movements across an increasingly complex petrochemical supply chain. Chokepoints at shale oil fields are complicated by capacity problems further down the logistical stream that are stimulating the construction and expansion of oil export terminals. Today’s challenges are slowing down product transports, increasing…

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Aaron has over 15 years of business development and project management experience and has interfaced with several ports and terminals along the Gulf Coast to optimize delivery of project cargo and facilitate marine logistics projects. After serving in the U.S. Navy as a submarine officer, Aaron began his career at FMC Technologies and then joined Chevron as an Operational Excellence Engineer working with the onshore drilling and completions team.  He then joined FTO Services as a business development manager for a subsea riserless light well intervention service, before joining Signet Maritime, a marine logistics company specializing in tug and barge operations in the Gulf of Mexico.  Aaron has also completed over 20 years in the U.S. Navy Reserves as a submarine officer. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy and is also a distinguished graduate of the University of Houston with an Executive Masters of Business Administration degree.

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