Industry experts from around the world will assemble in Dubai for the third annual Tank World Expo (13 – 14th April 2015) in what is set to be the biggest storage event ever to take place in the region. With the cost of the barrel of oil dipping to almost US$50, the continuing low price of oil, and in particular the opportunities and challenges this presents for the storage industry will be high on the agenda.
Tank World Expo has assembled a host of global speakers to discuss this issue and many others representing facilities, terminals and ports in the UAE, Oman, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, the Netherlands, Nigeria, India plus exhibitors based in 15 different countries across three continents. All are preparing to visit Dubai for two days of expert insight, practical case studies, in depth discussion, technology launches and networking.
The Expo is close to being a complete sell-out, popular with both established businesses in the industry and also those looking to move into it. With exclusive rights in Dubai, Tank World 2015 will provide a unique platform for over 80 speakers and 100+ technology and solutions providers exhibiting. In addition to support from the UAE Ministry of Energy, the event is sponsored by industry leaders Emerson, Endress+Hauser and Colfax, with support from Knowledge Partners, Ernst & Young, Ratio Group, Fujairah Free Zone, Horizon Terminals, ENOC, Socar Aurora, GPS Chemoil, Gulf Petrochem, Saudi Aramco, ABBCO, ADPC, DP World, Sohar Port, Salalah Port, Port of Tarragona, Stolthaven, Cylingas, PJK International and many more.
David Gledhill, CEO, Port of Salalah and Tank World speaker, said: “Already a definitive congress and exhibition for the industry and this year the participation list seems to be even more expansive. As a regionally strategic port that’s about to triple it’s capacity for liquid storage we’re delighted to be a part of this year’s show!”
In addition to a fantastic high level Congress, Tank World also features the free opportunity to learn from over 40 exhibitor seminar presentations and product innovation demonstrations delivered by expert speakers and gain continuing professional development (CPD) points for attending.
Adapted from a press release by Emma McAleavey.
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