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TANK STORAGE ASIA IN THE NEWS

6th July 2018

Singapore to host Tank Storage Asia

South East Asia’s bulk liquid storage market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 8.22% until 2024 as the region continues to be a key market despite previously turbulent market conditions in the oil and gas industry globally.

6th July 2018

Source: Fuels and Lubes

ASIA’S FUTURE ENERGY NEEDS ON THE AGENDA AT TANK STORAGE ASIA 2018

South East Asia’s bulk liquid storage market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 8.22% until 2024 as the region continues to be a key market despite previously turbulent market conditions in the oil and gas industry globally. Singapore in particular has seen record bunker fuel sales of 50.6 million tons in the last year and remains Asia’s top petrochemical hub.

5th July 2018

Source: Actualidad

ASIA’S FUTURE ENERGY NEEDS ON THE AGENDA AT TANK STORAGE ASIA 2018

South East Asia’s bulk liquid storage market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 8.22% until 2024 as the region continues to be a key market despite previously turbulent market conditions in the oil and gas industry globally. Singapore in particular has seen record bunker fuel sales of 50.6 million tons in the last year and remains Asia’s top petrochemical hub.

5th July 2018

Source: Industrial Technology

ASIA’S FUTURE ENERGY NEEDS ON THE AGENDA AT TANK STORAGE ASIA 2018

South East Asia’s bulk liquid storage market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 8.22% until 2024 as the region continues to be a key market despite previously turbulent market conditions in the oil and gas industry globally. Singapore in particular has seen record bunker fuel sales of 50.6 million tons in the last year and remains Asia’s top petrochemical hub.

5th July 2018

Source: Port Strategy

ASIA’S FUTURE ENERGY NEEDS ON THE AGENDA AT TANK STORAGE ASIA 2018

South East Asia’s bulk liquid storage market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 8.22% until 2024 as the region continues to be a key market despite previously turbulent market conditions in the oil and gas industry globally. Singapore in particular has seen record bunker fuel sales of 50.6 million tons in the last year and remains Asia’s top petrochemical hub.

5th October 2017

Tank Storage Asia Closes on a High

Over 1700 attendees from 35 countries (of which 80% were from Singapore) passed through the doors of the Marina Bay Sands. Visitors included CEOs, directors, terminal managers, investors, senior engineers, business development managers and procurement managers from the likes of Shell, Vopak, Odfjell Terminals Asia, Linc Terminal, Exxon Mobil, Jurong Port Tank Terminal, Stolthaven Singapore, and Gulf Petrochem to name just a few.