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Tank Storage Germany returns to Hamburg for its 4th year:

27 October 2017

Now firmly established in its 4th year, Tank Storage Germany will be returning to Hamburg Messe on 29th & 30th November 2017. Germany is one of the leading regions in Europe within the Tank Storage sector due to the large volume of oil and natural gas imports. As forecasts of global oil consumption increase, changes in consumer behavior, regulatory and legislative requirements and storage capacities are creating challenges, as much in Germany as they are elsewhere within the tank storage sector.

The event is a dedicated exhibition and conference which has received strong support from the German Bulk liquid storage industry, due to the fact that the event focusses on new products, new storage solutions and new technology. New for this year will be a live demonstration area, in which exhibitor Endegs will be presenting their new VOC Combustion Unit. Through various demonstrations and presentations throughout the two days, visitors will get the chance to see this new machinery in action.

Most importantly, suppliers, senior level executives, terminal managers, and key decision makers will come together and discuss those issues that affect the industry, specifically in Germany and Baltic regions.

Also new for this year, the Tank Storage Germany conference programme is now CPD certified demonstrating the strong academic content of those papers presented at the event.

This year speakers and industry experts will address various trends, challenges and opportunities that the tank storage industry in Germany and the European Oil and Gas industry face, particularly the forthcoming stricter rules and regulations in the storage market. Now there is a greater demand for companies to meet these requirements and maintain these standards which are increasingly enshrined in law. Exploring these issues further at the conference, Bettina Enderle from Enderle Environmental Law will be sharing her insight on the German implementation of the new safety regulation – EU Seveso III Directive.

With the issues of tighter regulations and safety centered at the core of the event, the conference will explore a range of topics, including the outlook for the oil market in Germany, the increasing efficiency and safety at tank terminals and how to prepare the tank storage sector against terror attacks. In addition, Lucas Ruland, NIBC Bank Deutschland AG will provide a banking and institutional perspective discussing the financing of storage terminals.

Attendees speaking at the two-day conference include:

·    Ruprecht Brandis, Director External Affairs, BP

·    Jonathan Feys, Business Development & Sales Director, LBC

·    Gerwin Eilers, CEO HIT and Wilfried Kleiser, Senior Project Manager, Siemens

·    Jeroen Rijsdijk, Principal Advisor Water Management and Sewerage, ARCADIS

·    Lucas Ruland, Co-Head Industries & Manufacturing Germany, NIBC Bank Deutschland AG

Tank Storage Germany 2017 will offer great networking opportunities for German businesses and industry leaders to learn about key issues in the tank storage industry. An official exhibition networking drinks meeting will take place on Wednesday 29th November in the delegate lounge. Complimentary to all attendees, the networking event will style a new Bavarian beerhall theme with local food and drink served until late.

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