Market leading publication Tank Storage magazine is pleased to announce that the second combined Tank Storage/Biofuels International Canada expo & conference will be held in the Coast Plaza, Calgary on 28-29 September 2010.
The inaugural event, held in Montreal in 2009 attracted over 300 attendees from as far as Mexico, Peru, UAE and Peru and by moving this event to Calgary, this years should be even bigger and better.
Alberta has long been Canada's 'energy province and its oil sands are the second largest source of oil in the world after Saudi Arabia.
Alberta refinerys capacity alone is 422,000 b/d and although the economy has hit several projects over the past year expansions are expected to continue as the market, and oil prices, picks up. By 2013 up to 12 projects are anticipated and with these developments comes an added need for infrastructure.
There are already over 150 terminal operators in Alberta including the likes of Husky Energy, Gibson, CCS and Newalta, making this location perfect for this years event.
The packed two day conference and exhibition will bring together high-level players in the terminal industry to discuss industry developments, new regulations, commercial.
Drivers and best practices in the North American and Canadian bulk liquid storage markets.
As an added benefit to exhibitors and delegates, the event is co-hosted with Biofuels International Canada expo & conference, giving attendees an insight into biofuels blending, storing and handling as well as Canadas potential to grow in the renewable energy sector.
Alberta is under increasing pressure to become more environmentally friendly and is home to the largest biorefinery in North America. During 2009-10 $55 million (33 million) will be committed for biofuel initiatives to support the development of renewable energy and offer additional economic opportunities for rural Alberta and the agriculture and forestry industries.
For full details visit www.tankstorageevents.com/tscanada or contact Margaret Garn +44 208 687 4126 firstname.lastname@example.org