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What does a crude oil scheduler do?

Last Updated: 18th June, 2020

The Crude Oil Scheduler is responsible for handling all aspects of operations across our global crude oil trading business. The scheduler will coordinate all physical moves with counter-parties, including scheduling vessels, barges, pipelines, trucks, and railcar.

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Also know, how much does a crude oil scheduler make?

National Average

Salary Range (Percentile)
25th 75th
Annual Salary $54,500 $87,500
Monthly Salary $4,542 $7,292
Weekly Salary $1,048 $1,683

Similarly, what is a pipeline scheduler? Pipeline Scheduler plans and schedules crude oil or gas distribution to designated pipeline system. Analyzes storage level and adjusts shipping schedule to minimize risks. Being a Pipeline Scheduler reconciles invoices and delivery confirmations with shippers, distributors, and end users.

People also ask, what does an oil and gas scheduler do?

JOB SUMMARY: The Gas Scheduler provides transactional analysis and scheduling, working with the scheduling manager and trader to optimize and accurately provide activities on pipelines. Work is diversified. May take action on certain matters without referring to co-workers or superiors for advice and guidance.

How much do gas schedulers make?

The average Gas Scheduler salary in the United States is $75,500 as of January 20, 2020, but the range typically falls between $69,000 and $82,000.

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