BPN One-Tank Webinar
1:00 p.m. CDT

During this panel presentation, participants will delve into the myriad benefits of current tank monitoring technology and how it addresses changes in the industry. Propane marketers will discover how modern technology solutions do so much more than simply read tank levels. A robust monitoring program not only increases revenue streams by streamlining inventory management and preventing losses, but it also plays a crucial role in improving safety across an organization.

Through insightful discussions and case studies, attendees will learn how tank monitors bolster safety measures by enabling proactive monitoring of fuel levels or abnormalities early on, and also allow prompt responses to safety hazards.

Attendees will uncover actionable strategies to avoid common challenges and instead boost revenue, safety and customer loyalty. 

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Brian Humphrey

Brian Humphrey is the CEO of One-Tank, a company at the forefront of innovative propane tank monitoring solutions. With over 20 years of experience in the technology and energy sectors, Brian has a proven track record of leading teams and companies to success through strategic vision and a commitment to excellence. Brian's dedication to cutting-edge technology has ensured One-Tank's products not only meet, but exceed, the needs of their clients, offering unmatched reliability, cost savings and enhanced safety features. Brian's career has been defined by his passion for innovation and customer satisfaction. He believes in creating solutions that make a real difference in the day-to-day operations of propane companies, helping them streamline processes, reduce costs and improve customer service. His hands-on approach and keen understanding of the industry have been instrumental in driving One-Tank's growth and reputation.

Dewayne Carpenter
Clark Propane

Dewayne Carpenter is the manager of Clark Propane in Kentucky. With an impressive 34 years in the propane industry, Dewayne has seen it all — both the good and the challenging. He prefers to focus on the positives and share the innovations that have truly made a difference. Dewayne's journey began as a bobtail driver, and he has experienced firsthand the advancements in technology and equipment over the years. From the improvements in bulk trucks to the introduction of cellphones, GPS and better software, Dewayne has always embraced new tools to enhance operations. One of the most significant advancements for Dewayne and Clark Propane has been the adoption of tank monitoring technology. Initially using cellphone monitors, the transition to satellite technology became necessary when cellphone companies phased out anything below 3G.

Duke Rankin
Operations Manager
Boyne Country Propane

Duke Rankin, a native of Gladwin, Michigan, furthered his education at Northern Michigan University, demonstrating his commitment to learning and personal growth. After college, Duke served four years in the United States Marine Corps, where he developed a strong work ethic and leadership skills. Following his military service, he entered the propane industry with Thermogas, gaining experience in customer service, deliveries, service, sales, routing and management. Duke also spent 21 years at Ferrellgas, holding various roles and solidifying his expertise in the field. Today, he brings his wealth of experience and dedication to Boyne Country Propane, where he serves as the operations manager.



Michael LoCoco
McCoy Leavitt Laskey LLC

Michael LoCoco is an attorney with the law firm of McCoy Leavitt Laskey LLC. He specializes in fire and explosion defense cases, which often involve products liability defense. He is a former plaintiff's personal injury attorney, having represented numerous clients from retainer through jury trial all the way to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. He has qualified for membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates forum and uses his experience on both sides of a case to evaluate claims and lawsuits.