MIDDLETOWN, R.I.  — Warren Rogers Associates, a leader in continuous and precision fuel management for the retail fuel industry, has launched a new website and a video featuring five ways convenience store owners and other fuel marketers can improve operational efficiency and boost profitability at their fuel sites.

The website, www.warrenrogers.com includes valuable information regarding the company’s “All Points Monitoring System” which takes a comprehensive and precise look at fuel operations — from every underground tank and fuel line, and dispenser, right to the vehicle. The site is easy to navigate and customers can learn about Warren Rogers’ real-time technology and reporting and other services such as continual reconciliation analysis (CITLDS), advanced flow diagnostics, audit technology, statistical inventory reconciliation analysis (SIRA), and more. 

In addition, the website features a new video which highlights five of the key ways Warren Rogers can help high-volume fuel site owners enhance operation efficiency and increase profits. William Jones, president and CEO of Warren Rogers Associates said, “With our comprehensive fuel management system, there are many ways we help fuel profitability. For the video, we selected five of the most common issues customers are concerned about and the specific actions we can take to address them — to ultimately make a real difference in their fuel business.” 

The five topics of the video include:

  1. Meter drift analysis and identifying dispensers that are giving away fuel
  2. Detecting delivery shortages and discrepancies with bills of lading volumes
  3. Pinpointing dispenser flow rate issues
  4. Providing timely alerts about fuel theft
  5. Identifying equipment and dispenser problems in real-time to expedite repairs 

About Warren Rogers Associates

Founded in 1979 by Dr. Warren Rogers, Warren Rogers Associates pioneered the development of Statistical Inventory Reconciliation Analysis (SIRA) as a means of monitoring underground fuel tanks and associated lines. SIRA was certified in accordance with EPA requirements and has been used by petroleum marketers for more than twenty five years to provide UST leak detection compliance.  Warren Rogers also invented Continual Inventory Reconciliation Analysis (CIRA) for fuel management, which has become the industry standard.

Today, Warren Rogers specializes in statistical analysis and precision fuel system diagnostics for the retail petroleum industry and develops innovative ways to identify and combat fuel theft.  Warren Rogers holds numerous U.S., European and Canadian patents for these applications.  Most recently, the company received a patent for its equipment and methodology that can detect and alert customers to a line leak or fuel theft while a pressurized piping system is in flow. For more information, please visit www.warrenrogers.com