Our Audit Technology is designed to protect you and your fuel inventory.

Delivery Audit – We can identify the gross and net amounts of product that have actually been delivered to the tank system.

This is critical information, because deliveries to retail facilities are not metered when product is introduced to the tank system.

Our delivery audit provides a reliable measure of the actual amount of product delivered versus the bills of lading (BOL) that you receive.

Our delivery calculations also takes factors such as temperature, tank geometry, and the amount of elapsed sales all into consideration in our findings, as these can all affect accuracy.

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Blend Ratio Verification – Product blending has become increasingly common as retail operators make every effort to optimize the use of existing tankage, reduce the costs of tank replenishment, and handle multiple grades and types of fuel.  

Petroleum retailers have turned to product blending to create mid-grade gasoline and free up existing tankage for other products. Typically dispenser blend ratios for gasoline are set to meet octane requirements. When the ratios at particular dispenser positions differ from the settings needed to meet octane standards, Warren Rogers pinpoints these occurrences by dispenser position and actual blending percentage.

Travel Center operators typically blend Biodiesel with conventional Diesel at each fueling facility.  Biodiesel blending may consist of a transfer of Bio-Diesel into conventional diesel tanks during a delivery.  Alternatively, Biodiesel can be injected into a trunk line while fuel dispensing is in progress. Regardless of the method, Warren Rogers monitors these blending operations accurately to ensure proper blend ratios are upheld and to maintain an audit of transfers for Biodiesel tax credit and state fuel tax purposes.

Fuel Theft at the Dispenser – If a dispenser has been tampered with so that it will not record actual amounts of product withdrawn from the tank system, our advanced technology identifies and alerts you to these incidents by date, time, and amount. Warren Rogers has conducted extensive research in the area of theft and has identified the latest techniques used to steal fuel or tamper with equipment.

Find out more about identifying and preventing fuel theft

Dispatch Planning – Based upon the sales and tank volumes for products at a location, we can predict when the next delivery is required for a tank system, and provide optimal load reporting. These calculations are based upon the fueling history at the site, daily sales patterns and predicted fuel usage.

Repair Validation – During a dispenser or automatic tank gauge repair at a facility, Warren Rogers can assess whether the repairs were effective or if additional work is needed. This ability to verify that a repair has been made, and inform you that performance has been restored — in real-time, eliminates repair call-backs, increases efficiency, and saves you money.