Ong Eng Tong, business development manager for the Asia Pacific at Mabanaft, Singapore, is the latest speaker to confirm his participation in the upcoming Bioenergy International/Tank Storage Asia expo & conference.
Tong has over 30 years of experience in the bulk liquid storage sector, and is also an emerging expert in the renewable energy market so will speak on biofuels and their role in Asia. For the past four years Tong has been exploring biofuels exports from Asia to Europe.
Mabanaft Singapore focuses on trading middle distillates and corresponding blending components, with most supplies coming from the Far East. Mabanaft Singapore exports its products through Europe and the US and is also pursuing trade possibilities in the local Asian market, to enable to company to be able to respond immediately to surpluses and shortfalls.
Tong will be speaking on day one of the day two event which runs from 10-11th November, and is being held at the Hotel Maya in Kuala Lumpur.
Tong joins other key speakers at this event including:
Mohd Aiman Abdullah General Manager, Independent Oil Terminal Kuching
Paulus Tjakrawan, CEO, Indo Biofuels Energy
Vincent Piket, Ambassador-Head of Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia
Jeff Wilson, Director Synergy Downstream
David Milroy, Chairman, Pure Power Global
Michael Persson, VP, Inbicon
Kathleen Koh, Deputy Managing Director, BMT Asia Pacific, Cdr.
Jasbir Singh Solanki, Head Critical Infrastructure Group, Mahindra SSG and many more.
The combined Tank Storage Asia/Bioenergy International expo & conference, is organised by Tank Storage and Biofuels International magazine and attracts traders, storage terminal operators, oil companies, biofuel producers, biofuel suppliers, regulators and other industry experts to discuss the regions renewable fuel, storage and infrastructure needs.
This is the first time in four years that the event has moved from the traditional oil hub of Singapore to the emerging storage and biofuel market of Malaysia. When it comes to producing renewable fuels Malaysia has an enormous amount of potential, being one of the worlds largest palm producing regions and being a country with a large amount of land availability. Despite this biofuel production has dropped in recent months. This conference provides the ideal opportunity to bring together producers, technological experts, sustainability analysts and regulators to find out why this is and what can be done to turn the situation around for 2011.
When it comes to bulk liquid storage Malaysia does not face the space constraints that Singapore does. Land is relatively cheap, the location is strategic and unsurprisingly many terminals are under construction. This event is the ideal location for terminal operators, traders and oil majors to come together to find out where the potential lies, how to most effectively expand terminal projects and discover what the future holds.
The full conference programme can be viewed at:
The conference delegate fee is only RM2,900 with a 10% early bird discount for bookings made before 1st October, or RM1,500 for one day.
There is also a 10% discount for the second delegate from the same company registered and 25% for each subsequent registration
Register now at: http://www.tankstorageevents.com/tsasia/register_asia_conf.shtml or contact Margaret Garn at firstname.lastname@example.org, +44 208 687 4126 for further details.