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FUEL MANAGEMENT

There are three main aspects to Fuel Management:

Step 1: Measuring tank stock levels
When fuel is delivered to a site, the amount of fuel transferred from the delivery tank to the onsite fuel storage tank is measured using an electronic Tank Gauge. This data is automatically fed in to the Fuel Management System and provides a clear picture of the current tank stock. The gauges can also carry out leak detection analysis.

Step 2: Identifying drivers & vehicles
Whenever a vehicle is refuelled, the fuel dispensed is monitored and accounted for. The dispensing equipment interfaces with the Fuel Management System and drivers can be identified by using a non contact tag, Kisskey or PIN number.

Step 3: View clean data reports
These fuelling transactions are presented by Triscan’s Odyssey™ World software; a unique web-based interface with a series of dashboards that provide the user with as much or as little information about their fleet as required. Typically, operators use the software to gain an understanding of their fuelling costs and view a detailed breakdown of fuel stock consumption by user, vehicle and site. Odyssey World™ also highlights potential areas of concern, such as a sudden drop in fuel stocks – and generates reports with suggestions regarding how to achieve a higher level of fuel efficiency.

 

ABOUT FUEL MANAGEMENT

There are five essential components to an onsite fuel management: the pump, the tank gauge, the fuel management system, the fuel access device and the software.

Vehicles and/or drivers are allocated a unique ID in the form of a Tag, Card, Kisskey or PIN. This ID is used to validate their identity and grant them access to fuel stocks. On contact between the vehicle ID and the fuel management system, further information that may be required is entered or retrieved and transferred centrally to a secure storage database on the web.

This database is presented by Triscan’s Odyssey World™ software; a unique web-based interface with a series of dashboards that provide the user with as much or as little information about their fleet as required. Typically, operators use the software to gain an understanding of their fuelling costs and view a detailed breakdown of fuel stock consumption by user, vehicle and site. Odyssey World™ also highlights potential areas of concern, such as a sudden drop in fuel stocks and generates reports with suggestions regarding how to achieve a higher level of fuel efficiency.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

A fuel management solution allows transport operators to electronically monitor and record fuel as it is delivered, stored and dispensed.

Key benefits:

  • Secure fuel and eliminate fraud by physically preventing access to fuel by unauthorised vehicles or personnel
  • Satisfy environmental requirements by reducing the risk of fuel leaks
  • Actual CO2 savings allow the promotion of environmental improvements
  • Understand how much fuel is being dispensed
  • Monitor to reduce fuel consumption
  • Allow the accurate forecast of fuel budgets
  • Highlight excessive fuel consumption against other vehicles/drivers
  • Monitor vehicle and/or driver performance (in terms of fuel savings)
  • Reduce labour costs by automating fuel distribution and inventory
  • Account for the fuel you have in reserve
  • Resell fuel to other users
  • Manage an unlimited number of vehicles
  • Communicate fuel usage information to a number of sites
  • Eliminate the possibility of cross-product fuelling

WHO SHOULD CONSIDER A FUEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM?

Any organisation that stores and dispenses its own fuel or provides a resale facility would benefit from a fuel monitoring system. This includes, but is not exclusive to:

Fuel management systems can be used for any type of fuel or liquid asset that is utilised by your company. This ensures that our systems are compatible with a wide range of transport vehicles, from road to rail and water to air transport.

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