May 01, 2005
Tank Storage Magazine
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.
Refineries coming under pressure as demand starts to outstrip supply.
Valero and Kaneb in takeovers • Nigeria expansion •; US merger • Omani joint venture • Houston bids • Saudis and Indians in talks.
Tank gauging contract • automation concerns try to stay ahead of the game
Apathy is the greatest danger to terminal operators. Cyber-attack an increasing danger.l
Houston event is the biggest ever. Over 220 exhibitors, a two-day conference, workshops, supplier presentations and training courses will make up the highlights of the show.
Insurance should be the last line of defence not the only tool in the risk manager’s portfolio.
Valero LP’s chief says regulatory expenses, oversights and ultra low sulphur diesel oil are the main challenges that the industry has to face.
UK tank storage industry has its say in Coventry.
Industry declares the first StocExpo exhibition and conference a great success.
Regulations are driving the need for secondary containment additions to storage tanks.
Equipment incompatibility a thing of the past? Dual-chamber measurement system.
New kid on the block doing rather well.
EU leads the way in cutting vapour emissions • Cool Sorption explains all.
Automation versus hand operated cleaning machinery; new cutting technique.
Fines levied in the US • Houston refinery had catalogue of problems • Durban port to have its own fire fighters.
Australian standards revised • EU chemicals policy review • construction permits to 2006 • tax breaks.