Owners of capital-intensive pipelines and storage facilities operate in a complex ecosystem with round-the-clock interactions among pipeline administrators, storage facilities, shippers, and field and plant personnel. ESG helps streamline these transactions through cost-efficient, internet-based systems: QuickNom® Pipeline Management System for pipeline operators and NGI Natural Gas Storage Management System for natural gas storage facilities and hubs.
When transactions and reports are exchanged by phone, email or fax, or need to be reformatted to interface with different systems, it’s not only time-consuming, it exposes business owners to the risks of delayed or incorrect information.
By automating pipeline and storage management processes through ESG’s centralized internet-based systems, data is shared instantaneously, which allows for timely responses to everything from natural disasters requiring changes in schedules and routes to regulatory changes requiring filing of different information.
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ESG pipeline and storage management systems are used by customers ranging from Fortune 100 companies to small operators with only a few employees. They all enjoy these benefits:
Feeling trapped by the limitations of your current EDI system? Looking to automate more of your business processes? With ESG, you’ll see firsthand the difference a best-in-class back office system can have on your company’s performance—and profitability.