Crude boys

RAIL North American rail tank-related companies continue to navigate a market increasingly dominated by the transport of crude oil

The North American rail transport of hazardous material – always an unsteady arena – is growing ever more precarious

Shale train

Repair and refit

TANK CARS Ramping shale oil production in the US is putting pressure on tank car manufacturers to deliver new units. But repairing existing tanks is also an issue. Greenbrier is responding

GBRX oil rail tank car

Where the action is

PREVIEW Tank Storage Asia, which takes place this coming September 24 to 25 at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, will be the strongest yet event under this banner, with more than 20 leading figures lined up to discuss the region’s critical issues

Singapore's impressive Marina Bay Sands hotel where Tank Storage Asia will be held

Back to business

As a globe-trotting industry journalist, one spends a lot of time talking to executives all around the world

A day in the shale play

PREVIEW Shale resource exploitation is already having a massive impact on the world energy sector but there is every chance that it will do the same for the petrochemicals industry, changing trade patterns in the process. A one-day seminar to be held alongside the upcoming chemical tanker conference will expand on that promise

Leslie McCune at the GPCA conference

Away from it all

Conference report RIPA and IPANA have hit upon a successful meeting formula that brings leaders of the two groups together each year in a relaxing and collegial atmosphere. Paul Rankin* reports from California

RIPA Conference 2013 raffle time

Shale and hearty

CONFERENCE REPORT Logistics-related events in northern Europe most often take place in the major ports of Rotterdam or Antwerp. TankBank, as ever, broke that mould by arranging its T10 networking event in the port of Ghent

Ghent city

On the cusp

MARKET Europe’s storage market is ticking along nicely, in spite of adverse macroeconomic conditions across the continent. Meanwhile, terminal operators are waiting to see what the shale revolution in the US will bring to their business

Noord Natie Odfjell Terminals
Syndicate content