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Issue Contents


Volume 15
Issue 5

Published:
October 2, 2019

Tank Storage Magazine is the leading industry publication dedicated exclusively to the bulk liquid storage industry. It is read by terminal managers, senior engineers, logistics/distribution managers and CEOs within oil, gas and petrochemical facilities as well as third party terminal operators.

A one-year, 6-issue subscription costs €210/$243. Individual back issues can be purchased at a cost of €45 each.

The opportunities in diversity
Zenith Energy Management’s acquisition of Arc Logistics Partners has given the company a strong foothold in the buoyant US terminal market and offers plenty of potential to seek market diversification opportunities...
ILTA: Legislative champions for the tank terminal sector
As the terminal industry's leading advocate in the US, the International Liquid Terminal Association (ILTA) is focused on building a strong brand in Washington as part of efforts to expand the association's advocacy efforts...
The right place & right time
Obsessive customer focus is shaping Pin Oak Terminals’ ambitious growth projects across key storage and trading markets in Texas to ensure the company’s assets complement constantly changing market dynamics...
A gateway to global markets
Moda Midstream is in the midst of a multi-phase expansion project to significantly expand storage capacity at its Moda Ingleside Energy Centre to grow its customer base within the US Gulf Coast...
It's all about location
The latest storage asset acquired by Prostar Capital forms an integral part of the supply chain to one of the world’s most important storage and trading hubs...
A balancing act
As the US shifts from decades of being a net importer of oil and gas to a net exporter, there is great pressure on infrastructure to keep up with this new reality...
Global trade tensions take their toll on oil markets
The oil market in the second half of 2019 was forced to ponder what in effect are some of its more imponderable aspects: namely, a softening of the oil price at a time of heightened global trade tension involving two of the world’s biggest consumers of crude oil, the US and China; and two major OPEC producers, Iran and Venezuela...
Pushing out US light crude to global markets
US production of crude oil has soared since 2011 through the combination of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing...