SUPPLY CHAIN

 

The international shipping industry is responsible for the movement of 90% of world trade, providing the lifeblood of the world’s economies. The movement of goods and raw materials across the globe poses exciting and evolving management challenges.

Some oil and gas fields are many thousands of kilometres from the places where the oil and gas is needed. At such distances, transport by sea may be the only practical option. For example, the vast oil fields of the Middle East are far from the main centres of consumption in North America, Europe and Asia. Much of this oil is moved in very large crude carriers, ships capable of carrying over 300,000 tonnes of crude oil.

As we operate an active logistics division, a globalised world presents us with many challenges. We are faced with ever tightening regulatory frameworks; trends in global, regional and local consumer demand are presenting greater volatility; consumer habits are becoming less predictable; and as trade interconnectedness between nations becomes more complex, supply chain visibility becomes less clear. Here at Pacific Energy, we are at the forefront of energy supply chain logistics, delivering our capacity to providing power stations throughout the world with the means to bring energy to market, powering businesses and homes whilst ensuring and maintaining an uninterrupted power flow. The world’s economy is highly dependent upon its energy supply, and the Pacific Energy Group work with established industry leaders that are relied upon by many power distributers, and have been so for decades.

Whilst we have a proven ability to deliver sensitive energy commodity consignments to power stations throughout the world, our diversified vessel fleet offers the highest support to the oil and gas industry. We develop our own infrastructure to ensure our ability to manage and operate strategic offshore assets in order to facilitate the construction and maintenance of numerous offshore extraction and refinery operations. We navigate the highest seas and toughest and most remote areas to wherever offshore extraction takes us.