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Volume 2
Issue 1

Published:
March 1, 2006

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.

TERMINAL NEWS
Semgroup to buy the UK's largest terminal facility • Clearance expected on acquisition of E2 • World Point sells in Europe, buys in US • Kinder Morgan invests in US terminals • Magellan's major expansion projects • Rotterdam's largest sea jetty • Oiltanking expands in Amsterdam, Singapore & Texas • BP and TransMontaigne in terminal exchange deal • Vopak and Mitsui in new joint venture • First bio-ethanol plant for Amsterdam • API's latest Petroleum Data Book • New deals for Buckeye & Atlas • Inter Pipeline Fund expands in US and Europe • Sunoco in pipeline and storage deals • China and Saudi Arabia to build storage • Russian oil exports set to keep rising • New COO for Petroplus' LNG company • Chilean LNG terminal slated for construction • ConocoPhillips to build LNG plant in UK ...
SUPPLIER NEWS
Emerson wins major refinery project • Sakhalin success for Tanksystems • John Zink wins North Sea deal • Tankbank goes Global with three new services • MHT launch small terminal tank system • Sealatank protects against storage disasters • Ashton takes over Middle East beat for Silverwing • Yokogawa Marex launches oil movements optimiser • New tank blast cleaning equipment ...
SAFETY
Interim Buncefield report issued • New guidance on workplace transport safety • Human error main cause of tanker fires and explosions • Safety incidents ...
REGULATIONS
EPA proposes deadlines extension • NYC pays US$1.3 million penalty re substandard tank systems • EU welcomes global chemical agreement • Hazmat revises rules on using international regulations • Change to Scottish Fuel Storage Regulations...
BUNCEFIELD: WHAT HAPPENED AND WHY?
A huge explosion audible nearly 200 miles away and which registered 2...
PROFILE
Throughout China now, many cities are trying to create chemical hubs to serve the growing industry base," says Marie Heng, whose company, Great Eastern Providence (GEP), recently began building its third bulk liquid terminal in China, in the Petrochemical Industry Zone of Qingdao in Shandong province...
STOCEXPO PREVIEW
We are hugely excited about StocExpo Europe 2006," says Peter Patterson, the show's Managing Director...