A seismic shift in the role of the US in the global oil & gas market has paved the way for a new American energy era that has facilitated the substantial build out of production and logistics infrastructure.
The Energy Information Administration projects that by 2020 crude production will average 13.1 million barrels per day – an increase of 140% from 2010. This production swell has bolstered the country’s economic growth and has reversed the country’s previously declining manufacturing sector.
And as production continues to surge, storage and logistics infrastructure continues to be built-out and expanded as demand for pipeline and export capacity grows.
Set against these favourable market conditions, the 39th annual ILTA conference & exhibition provided a wealth of invaluable information focused on environmental regulations and compliance, how to achieve efficient and effective business operations, good practice and case studies on health and safety as well a...