The oil and gas industry is booming, and the U.S. economy is at its highest point since before the great recession. Yet many are struggling to find experienced employees to fill open positions. As retired workers leave the force, they take with them experiential knowledge of business practices, managing processes, and developing customer relationships. Need
Category: Refined Fuels
DTN and Esri Strengthen Partnership With Expanded Services
Together, the organizations will ensure industry-leading, highly accurate weather solutions available through GIS products.
BOLs: Recent Digital Innovations Drive Efficiency
New technologies are emerging that help suppliers identify lost BOLs before customers may realize they were overlooked and ensure the documents are reconciled in a timely fashion.
The United States is set to become world’s top oil exporter
The International Energy Agency predicts that the United States will become a leading exporter in the next three years.
DTN Acquires PraxSoft, Strengthens IoT Offering
The acquisition will enable the organization to accelerate data acquisition from a wide range of sensors across different industries and enable game-changing insights to drive dramatically improved business decisions.
Missing BOLs Can Mean Missing Revenue
Lost BOLs are an industry issue that has often gone undetected, but is starting to be realized. Advancements in technology are helping find the missing BOLs and are saving companies money.
Federation of European Tank Storage Association (FETSA) Annual Meeting
June 11-13, Tarragona, Spain
Join DTN at the Federation of European Tank Storage Association (FETSA) Annual Conference.
DTN Names Steve Matthesen as New CEO
Matthesen will continue company’s global expansion and drive toward serving as the leading insights provider to customers who feed, fuel and protect the world.
Discouraging Times for US Wheat Producers
Wheat Tour DTN Staff Reporter Emily Unglesbee joined tour scouts last week, driving all over Kansas, making meticulous yield estimates and noting the kinds of details that go missing from USDA’s Crop Progress reports. Yes, Kansas wheat yields are expected to be higher this year as few traces of last year’s drought remain. The
DTN Energy Summit 2019
August 6-8, Omaha, NE
One of the world’s leading international futurists, trend, and innovation experts, Jim Carroll has provided strategic guidance and insight for more than 20 years.