Asia’s Future Energy Needs on the Agenda at Tank Storage Asia 2018:


Visitor registration now open for event on 26 & 27 September

London (28 June) – South East Asia’s bulk liquid storage market is expected to expand
at a CAGR of 8.22% until 2024 as the region continues to be a key market despite
previously turbulent market conditions in the oil and gas industry globally. Singapore in
particular has seen record bunker fuel sales of 50.6 million tons in the last year and
remains Asia’s top petrochemical hub.

Singapore will host industry leaders at Tank Storage Asia, as the exhibition and
conference returns to the Marina Bay Sands on the 26th & 27th September, following last
year’s successful event.

Tank Storage Asia is the only dedicated exhibition and conference in the region for the
bulk liquid storage industry. It brings together the entire supply chain, from terminal
suppliers and manufacturers through to tank storage operators, terminal owners, traders
and analysts.

The event is supported and attended by major terminals across the region, including
Stolthaven Terminals, Vopak, Oiltanking, VTTI and Horizon Terminals. Also supporting
the event is the Singapore Manufacturing Federation, the Independent Power Producers’
Forum, RVB Tank Storage Solutions and the Corrosion Association Singapore.

Mark Lim, Assistant Commercial Manager at Stolthaven Singapore, comments:
“The show is an excellent platform for networking, getting to know new suppliers and
learning about updates within the industry. We’re very much looking forward to attending
this year and supporting the event once again.”

Attendees will have the opportunity to visit the exhibition where more than 80 local and
international suppliers will showcase the latest equipment and state-of-the-art
technologies. Exhibitors will include CTS Far East, Endress + Hauser, Kanon Loading
Equipment, Krohne, OPW Engineered Systems, Concrete Canvas, BIOex, Larco,
Protego, Emerson Automation Solutions and Emco Wheaton to name just a few. These
span the entire supply chain, from tank design, construction and maintenance, through to
innovations in metering and measuring, pumps and valves, automation and loading
equipment, and inspection and certification services.

The exhibition will also include a dedicated Singapore Pavilion and Technology Start-Up
Zone where local companies will be exhibiting, with financial backing from the Singapore
Manufacturing Federation and iMAP funding initiative.

To register to attend, view the exhibitor line up and sign up for show news and
information, please visit the event