Fuel Management Opportunities for Open Pit Mining Operations

Posted by Reza Tavassoli on 16-Aug-2021 3:07:29 PM

In the mining industry, fuel consumption is high volumes, high stakes, and most definitely not a game.

Mining companies need to continuously reinvent themselves and look to improve their operating efficiencies in the area of fuel consumption to stay profitable. There are many options available for mine operators to implement in order to improve fuel efficiencies and reduce overall fuel consumption. The challenge is to accurately track and monitor the fuel used at the overall mining site and reconcile fuel consumption by asset. You can’t manage what you can’t measure.

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Topics: automated fuel management, mining fuel management, fuel management, fuel inventory management

Fuel management systems: deep dive into fleet fueling solutions

Posted by Reza Tavassoli on 10-Sep-2018 10:52:51 AM

A business-wise man once told me "Fuel Management may not be the sexiest but top fleet managers know it's where the money is."

Let’s get the obvious out of the way first: next to labor, fuel nearly always represents the highest cost of running a fleet. If you have your own fuel tanks and dispensers (AKA in-house fleet fueling), you need a fuel management system. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. The level of sophistication and control required will vary from one industry to the next and even between companies within the same industry. But the need for a minimal level of distribution and inventory control of fleet fuel is undeniable. Fuel is expensive, and maintaining inventories without knowing how much, to whom, when, and where it goes makes as  much sense as having an open-bar bank account for all to dip into.

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