Only a few conference slots remain for the upcoming Tank Storage Asia expo & conference, being held in Singapore on 19-20 November 2009.
Building on the success of previous StocExpo events, Tank Storage Asia, organised by market leading publication Tank Storage magazine, will go one step further in 2009 by incorporating the very first Biofuels International Asia Expo & Conference so providing delegates and visitors even more reasons to attend.
Topics that will be covered at the event include: Malaysias role as the new global storage hub in Asia, Japan in focus: is there sufficient capacity and what role do independents play, Adjusting trade flows and infrastructure to cope with changes in demand, Case study on Indian storage developments, What to look for when purchasing a terminal, Market outlook: medium and long term perspective, Securing finance for terminal expansion, risk mitigation at the terminal and Running a successful terminal.
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Dual conference sessions will attract terminal managers, CEOs, business development managers, as well as technical personnel to discuss an array of topics ranging from the commercial drivers for the Asian storage sector to best practices for terminal operators.
With Singapore being one of the worlds leading refining and trading centres, as well as a major petrochemical hub, it is the perfect location to host this years premier tank terminal related conference and exhibition.
Some of last years delegates and visitors included representatives from leading companies such as BP, Chevron, Horizon, Saudi Aramco, Shell, Star Petroleum, Stolt Nielsen, and Vopak to name but a few.
Conference slots are available for terminal operators, expert consultants, regulators, oil companies and similar – to submit an abstract email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0044 208 687 4126