The Downstream Work Group’s purpose is to support organizations participating in the petroleum downstream market sector by promoting process and technology standards that facilitate seamless and efficient electronic business for downstream organizations. We act as custodian of all electronic business standards and codes for the oil and natural gas industry, its trading partners, and vendors participating in the petroleum downstream market sector and act on membership requests to define, develop, and promote electronic business standards and processes.

Our meetings are conducted in full compliance of all national, regional, and local laws, regulations, and ordinances including those of other relevant jurisdictions and subscribing to PIDX’s Antitrust Compliance Guide adhering to PIDX’s policy on Compliance with Antitrust Laws. General meetings are open to all interested parties, regardless of PIDX Membership Status. 

Standardized Code List Changes:

For new terminal codes, send an email to terminalcodes@pidx.org.
For new company codes, send an email to companycodes@pidx.org.
For new product codes, send an email to productcodes@pidx.org.

Standards:

 

Bills of Lading RealTime:

Bills of Lading Batch:

Bills of Lading XML:

Custody Ticket:

  • Custody Ticket (04-140-10-25-2007)

Supporting Documents:

  • See pidx.org/downstream-codes for code lists
  • Additive / Blend Indicators (04-103-15-45-2008)
  • Units of Measure (04-104-15-55-2008)

Planned Movements:

 

Global Chairperson: Lisa Rotunno (lisa.rotunno@telventdtn.com)

Vice Chairperson US: Ann Rolison (ann.rolison@magellanlp.com)

Vice Chairperson Europe: Jeroen Ravelli (jeroen.ravelli@shell.com)

Vice Chairperson Asia-Pacific: Ian James  (ianjames@diamondkey.com)

 

Terminal Data Xchange Standard (TDXS) Project Overview

Our meetings are conducted in full compliance with all national, regional, and local laws, regulations, and ordinances including those of other relevant jurisdictions and subscribing to PIDX’s Antitrust Compliance Guide adhering to PIDX’s policy on Compliance with Antitrust Laws. General meetings are open to all interested parties, regardless of PIDX Membership Status.

More info on Planned Movements is in this TDXS / Planned Movements Document Flow presentation.

The Goal of Planned Movements is to:

  • Improve Accuracy of Loading at the Rack by reducing Driver Errors.
  • Improve Billing by moving Line Item References placed on the Planned Movement to the BOL/LDR.
  • Reduce Allocation Outages at the Rack by allowing allocation holds to be placed on Shipments/Orders.
  • Safe Loading!

     

TDXS Data Exchange Overview

TDXS Data Exchange Overview

The following processes are considered to be supported by TDXS:

1.  Movements by truck
Trucks movements for loading (e.g. shipments, sales orders, sales contracts) and discharge (e.g. truck replenishments) in depots. The actuals will reference the planning document.

2.  Movements by massive means
Rail, marine, pipeline and truck movements (for fuel additives) for loading and discharge via TSW Nomination. The actuals will reference the original nomination.

3.  Special movements
Movements that impact stock entitlement but do not fall under 1 or 2: e.g. loss, gain, spillage, etc. The actuals will reference the type of transaction.

4.  Stock entitlements
Exchange of supplier inventory levels at the end of the day (entitlements)

5.  Product allocation
Processes to control product/customer allocations (in real-time)

6.  E-invoice
Electronic invoicing of exchange partners (oil companies) with BOL reference.

 

TDXS Chair: Jeroen Ravelli (jeroen.ravelli@shell.com)

TDXS Vice-Chairperson: Ian Dowdall (Ian.Dowdall@shell.com)

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