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TANK STORAGE ASIA IN THE NEWS

14 September 2017

Tank Storage Asia to focus on crude oversupply

The role of Asia in the global oil market, the oversupply of crude worldwide and its impact on key Asian storage hubs will be at the heart of conference discussions at this year’s Tank Storage Asia.

24 August 2017

Tank Storage Asia returns

The exhibition will feature over 80 international and local suppliers showcasing a broad range of the latest products and services. Exhibitors will reflect the entire supply chain, from tank design, construction and maintenance, through to innovations in metering and measuring, pumps and valves, automation and loading equipment and inspection and certification services.

2 August 2017

Tank Storage Asia set to hit new heights

Tank Storage Asia, the region’s leading exhibition and conference for the bulk liquid storage industry, returns to the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore on 27 and 28 September 2017. This year will see many returning and also new exhibitors, a world-leading CPD-certified conference programme, a VIP scheme and enhanced features for maximising business and networking opportunities for attendees. 

 

4 July 2017

Tank Storage Asia: Meeting Asia’s future energy needs

With around 75% of the world’s oil demand coming from Asia, the future for the bulk liquid storage industry in the region is bright.

4 July 2017

Meeting Asia’s future energy needs on the agenda at Tank Storage Asia 2017

"Tank Storage Asia is one of our fastest-growing shows. Last year saw the highest ever visitor numbers, with almost 1,600 tank storage professionals from 35 countries in attendance – we hope to exceed this in 2017"

4 July 2017

Tank Storage Asia: Meeting Asia’s future energy needs

With around 75% of the world’s oil demand coming from Asia, the future for the bulk liquid storage industry in the region is bright.

21 June 2017

Meeting Asia’s future energy needs on the agenda at Tank Storage Asia 2017

With around three quarters of the world’s oil demand coming from Asia, the prospects for the bulk liquid storage industry in the region are bright. While crude shipments into the region have reached record levels in recent months, intra-regional demand is also hitting new heights as China’s independent refineries continue to ramp up activity. Almost three hundred million barrels of capacity are expected to be added by the end of this year, and the expansion of regional storage capacity is set to continue for the next decade. 

20 June 2017

Tank Storage Asia: Meeting Asia’s future energy needs

With around 75% of the world’s oil demand coming from Asia, the future for the bulk liquid storage industry in the region is bright.

While crude shipments into the region have reached record levels in recent months, intra-regional demand is also hitting new heights as China’s independent refineries continue to ramp up activity. Almost three hundred million barrels of capacity are expected to be added by the end of this year, and the expansion of regional storage capacity is set to continue for the next decade.

26 October 2016

Tank Storage Asia 2016 Breaks All Records

Tank Storage Asia 2016 recorded its highest ever visitor numbers, reaffirming its position as the leading event for the Asian bulk liquid storage industry. 1,595 attendees, a 24 per cent increase on last year, headed to The Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, on 27 & 28 September, to network and do business.

14 October 2016

Tank Storage Asia 2016 Breaks All Records

Visitors to the show included Shell Eastern Petroleum, Vopak Asia, Chevron International Products, Exxon Mobil and Stolthaven Singapore. Steven Cheong Lian, Supply Chain Management Consultant at Wallies Services, also visiting, said: “This event came at the right time for Asia as there are a lot of opportunities here, and everyone seems to have a big focus on storage at the moment. It was a really good exhibition, the conference had some great topics and had been organised very well.”

14 October 2016

Tank Storage Asia 2016 Breaks All Records

Tank Storage Asia 2016 featured its strongest ever conference lineup, with 20 global experts taking to the stage to discuss everything from storage demand in Asia and tank storage risks, through to the challenges of developing ports and health and safety. Commenting on the conference programme, Haziq Zulhilmi Zamri, Business Development – Crude at Petco Trading Labuan Company, stated: “The event was indeed comprehensive, as it provided us with an opportunity to network with a wide array of people from the technical and the commercial side.