Tank Storage Asia 2012
The Tank Storage Asia Conference
The Conference covers the whole Asia region and even goes beyond. From the Middle East to China and New Zealand, participants will be given exclusive insight into key factors that are shaping the bulk liquid storage industry from practical to economic perspectives. These include:
- Growth throughout the region, including floating storage requirements
- Process management, risk control and disaster response
- Liquid storage trends in China
- Regulatory and environmental concerns
- Understand economic fundamentals, including supply and demand predictions
- The benefits of new communications technology
- Surviving natural disasters
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Lots in store at Tank Storage Asia 2012
Singapore, 26 November 2012 –Tank Storage Asia 2012 will take place on 11 and 12 December 2012 at the Singapore Expo Convention and Exhibition Centre, Singapore, central hub of international petroleum trade.
Jointly organised by easyFairs, organisers of StocExpo, Europe’s top event for the tank terminal industry, and Singex Exhibition Ventures, Tank Storage Asia 2012 is set to be bigger than ever. With Singapore the acknowledged Asian hub for the international petroleum trade, the event will bring together leading terminal operators, oil majors and petrochemical companies with the industry’s most exciting manufacturers, suppliers and experts, to network, source new technologies and catch up with latest industry thinking.
The event has strong support from the Singapore government agencies such as Jurong Town Council (JTC), IE Singapore, Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMa), Singapore Chemical Industry Council, media owners and commercial entities. Previous visitors to the show include Singapore Refinery, Thai Tank Terminal, Linc Terminals, SK Energy, Langsat Terminal, Thai Oil, Dovechem Terminals, LBC Tank Terminals, Oiltanking and Conoco Philips, just to name a few.
Exhibition. Featuring over 30 exhibitors spanning tank design, construction and maintenance, through to innovations in metering & measuring, pumps & valves, automation & loading equipment and inspection & certification services, they include Bornemann, Endress + Hauser, Kanon Loading Equipment, Vacono, Ateco Tank Technology, Carbovac, Rosen and Dante.. Many of them are using Tank Storage Asia 2012 to launch major new technologies.
Conferences. Running alongside the exhibitors will be a top-flight, paid for, two-day conference covering the whole Asia region – from the Middle East to China and New Zealand. The world-renowned line-up of speakers includes Tan Wooi Leong, Vice President (Oil & Gas) at Jurong Consultants, Sanjeev Sisaudi, Group Chief Executive Officer of Gulf Petrochem, Brent Cooper, Terminal Operations Manager at Z Energy, Matthew Blake, Director of Business Development at Teekay and Mohamed Merican, Lead Consultant at TRI-ZEN.
During the packed programme, the speakers will provide a real insight into key factor shaping the bulk liquid storage industry. They will explore economic issues such as the outlook for the bulk liquid storage market in Asia, opportunities in China and predicted tanker market supply and demand for the next five years. There will also be many practical sessions such as how to integrate biofuels into storage terminals, and lessons learned from the Christchurch earthquakes, Buncefield and Jaipur disasters in terms of tank and terminal structural integrity and disaster preparedness.
Commenting on the event, Mr Matt Benyon, Managing Director of Tank Storage Asia said, “Asia is a vital region within the petrochemical industry and Singapore sits at its heart. Singapore alone registers almost US$300 billion worth of annual oil trade and more than 30 million metric tonnes of annual bunker fuel oil sales. That’s why we feel our event has all the right ingredients. It’s perfectly located; it has a great mix of exhibitors working at the top of their game, and a packed programme of world-class speakers. We’re absolutely committed to giving this crucial industry an event where decision makers can network and do business and I think we’ve done it. However, our vision is a long term one, and this is just the start. Next year will be bigger and even better.”
Tank Storage Asia takes place from 11–12 December 2012 at Singapore Expo. To find out more about attending the event, visit www.tankstorageasia.com.