# Batch Scheduling of Multi-Product Pipeline Networks

@inproceedings{Vlot2017BatchSO, title={Batch Scheduling of Multi-Product Pipeline Networks}, author={Sander Vlot}, year={2017} }

- Published 2017

In oil supply chains, crude oil needs to be transported from oil fields to refineries, and refined products need to be transported from refineries to regional depots. On land, pipelines are the preferred mode for long-distance oil transportation, because they are safe, efficient, silent, and cheap compared to other modes of transport. Pipelines are often part of large networks, in which they connect multiple supply and demand locations. Multi-product pipelines transport batches of different… CONTINUE READING

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