Postmodern ETRM: Why Technology Should Impact Your Investment Decisions in Trading Systems

Postmodern ETRM: Why Technology Should Impact Your Investment Decisions in Trading Systems

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With legacy ETRM systems approaching their next upgrade cycle, oil and gas companies should turn their attention towards taking a postmodern approach to deploying their next solution featuring cloud-based, affordable and Agile-enabled capabilities. Due to advanced pricing and capacity planning capabilities, the energy trading and risk management (ETRM) system continues…

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Stephen Bell is a Managing Director in Opportune’s Process & Technology practice. Stephen is an industry veteran with over 20 years of experience working for many of the largest oil and gas companies in the world. His experience includes developing IT solutions for downstream, chemicals and upstream business sectors. During his career, he has led several successful efforts to extend and innovate on base SAP capabilities to meet the business requirements across the petrochemical supply chain, including  trading, risk management, primary and secondary distribution, fuels marketing, retail, lubricants pricing, crude marketing and sales, and feedstocks and chemicals. Stephen holds a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of Business from the University of Pennsylvania.

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Steven Bradford is a Managing Director with Opportune’s Process & Technology practice. He has over 23 years of leadership experience in business transformation, systems/technology implementation, business process and controls improvement. His primary focus has been on the application of technology to improve the end-to-end trading/commercial and risk management functions, improving operational efficiency and enabling better commercial/business decision-making through improved processes and data. He has delivered major programs and business transformation initiatives for several clients, including global integrated oil companies and independent U.S. refiners/marketers. Prior to joining Opportune, Steven was a Partner at Accenture within their U.S. Energy Practice and then served as a Principal at KPMG within the Commodity/Energy Risk Management Group. Steven has a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.

 

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Kent Landrum, Managing Director in Opportune LLP’s Process & Technology practice who leads the firm’s Downstream Sector, has 20 years of diversified information technology experience with an emphasis on solution delivery for the energy industry. Kent has a proven track record of managing full life cycle software implementation projects for downstream and utilities companies, including ERP, ETRM, BI, MDM, and CRM. Prior to rejoining Opportune, he served as a Vice President & Chief Information Officer for CPS Energy. Kent holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science and Economics from Trinity University and a master’s degree in Organizational Development from the University of the Incarnate Word.

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