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Volume 3
Issue 3

Published:
August 1, 2007

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.

Trading places in Asia
Asia is changing. In terms of new facilities and expansions, nowhere has been busier than Singapore...
ILTA proves a resounding success
The 27th ILTA attracted a record number of attendees and featured the largest number of exhibitors at the event yet...
A preview of the latest products to be exhibited at StocExpo Asia
The first ever StocExpo Asia is just about to take place from 2-3 October, at the Suntec Expo in Singapore...
Quenching China’s thirst for petrochemicals
Nowhere in the world is the outlook for the petrochemical industry more robust and dynamic than it is in China...
Postponed TSA comes to Coventry
This year's Tank Storage Association one-day conference and exhibition will be held on Thursday 13 September at the Hilton Hotel, Coventry, UK...
Keeping it all under one roof
The driving force for change in storage tanks is environmental and safety legislation...
Advantages of internal floating roofs
There was a time, 50 years ago, that most hydrocarbon storage tanks had internal floating roofs (IFRs), not because they were an environmental requirement but because they were good for business...
Effective leak detection and containment monitoring
Almost all petroleum and chemical producers worldwide want to ensure effective leak detection and monitoring of the integrity of tank and pipeline systems...
Taking a closer look
The number of incidents that have happened as a result of tank corrosion have diminished significantly over the past few years...
Preparing for all eventualities
Some armchair experts claim that accidents never happen. If every piece of equipment is properly designed and used correctly, if every worker is properly trained and never takes a short cut, and if every process carried out on site is conducted as it should be and monitored rigorously, then nothing will go wrong...
Terminal automation
Companies all around the world are recognising the opportunities set by terminal operators, and investing in developing new technologies...