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  • Top features from: Volume 14, Issue 5
    Oil market eyes November Iran sanctions hiatus
  • Top features from: Volume 14, Issue 5
    Growing Contanda's storage footprint in Houston
  • Top features from: Volume 14, Issue 3
    A midstream first for Oman
  • Top features from: Volume 14, Issue 3
    A new leading European port
  • Top features from: Volume 14, Issue 3
    Storage for Mexico's new energy era
The terminal is part of Platts’ changed FOB Straits pricing assessment

VTTI’s ATT Tanjung Bin has positioned itself to absorb the growing demand for fuel oil in Asia following an expansion of its facility in 2015 ATT Tanjung Bin capitalises on offering logistical assets for Asia’s biggest energy...

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The facility benefits from a strategic location outside the Singapore Straits

Designed to serve the growing demand for petroleum products in Asia, Oiltanking Karimun promises to be a key player in the competition for efficient storage Strategically positioned in the Singapore Straits and perfectly placed...

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With the lifting of crude export restrictions in the US, the tank storage boom has begun writes Andy Lipow A year ago, prospects seemed dim that the lifting of the US crude oil export ban would become a reality with the Congress...

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The creation of a public-access liquids terminal for the import and export of petroleum, vegetable oils and chemicals is helping to enhance Colombia’s oil, gas and vegetable oils market Colombia holds a lot of promise and potential...

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The QC Terminales Chile facility is undergoing a second expansion with the addition of four tanks

A growing demand for niche storage in South America has prompted QC Terminales to enhance their established industry position and capture more of the market share. The storage operator, which operates out of Guayaquil, Ecuador...

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