Opportunity Knocks: How Downstream Companies Can Successfully Participate in IMO 2020 Market

Opportunity Knocks: How Downstream Companies Can Successfully Participate in IMO 2020 Market

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In 1848, gold was found at Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, California setting off the Gold Rush, which brought an influx of new participants to seize upon an opportunity. Some were experienced miners. Some were goods traders who knew how to purchase and sell supplies. Many were unprepared. They lacked information…

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Patrick Long is a Director in Opportune’s Process & Technology practice. Patrick has over 20 years of experience in providing clients with energy trading and risk management, packaged software implementation, trading and risk processes and business process automation. Patrick leads the BI initiative within the firm. He focuses on applying BI tools (e.g., Spotfire and Tableau) to client data in order to allow proper insight for management around both upstream and downstream business issues. Prior to joining Opportune, Patrick worked in the energy consulting trading and risk systems practice at Accenture where he managed multiple project teams through the entire process of software selection to successful implementation of trading and risk management systems for energy trading entities.

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