Now in its third year, the 2015 edition of Tank World Expo (Dubai, 13-14 April) is already confirmed as the biggest one yet. In 2014 visitors increased by a massive 640% to over 1670 and with growth levels continuing over 3000 are on track to attend in April at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Whilst Expo space has already increased by 50% and with six months remaining, Tank World 2015 is set to be a sell out before the year's end. With exclusive rights in Dubai, Tank World 2015 will provide a unique platform for over 80 speakers and 90+ technology and solutions providers. Supported by the Ministry of Energy, Lead Sponsors – Emerson & Endress+Hauser,  Knowledge Partners Ernst & Young, Ratio Group (Pte) ltd. and PJK International, terminal operators including Horizon, GPS Chemoil, Gulf Petrochem and global ports including Salalah, Amsterdam, DP World and Tarragona.

Tank World Expo and Congress, held at the Dubai World Trade Centre is officially endorsed by and will be opened by the UAE Ministry for Energy. Other leading speakers within our executive congress already confirmed for 2015 include: H.E. Sharief Habib Al Awadhi (Director General and CEO, Fujairah Free Zone), David Gledhill (CEO, Port of Salalah), Nizamuddin Noorali (COO, Socar Aurora Fujariah Terminal). Manoj Ramdin (CEO, Galana Petroleum), Paul Nix (General Manager, Gulf Petrochem) and many more.

This landmark event features a high-level executive Congress and technical seminars focussing on key aspects of tank storage best practice including optimisation, automation, safety, integration, inspection and environmental protection. Whilst the Expo hall will feature 100+ cutting-edge companies displaying the latest technologies, solutions and innovations for the industry. Key sellers who exhibit at the show include: engineering & construction companies, automation solution providers, tank manufactures and safety companies, cleaning and maintenance experts, fire protection companies, training providers and much more.

Tank World Expo is the truly international event for the tank storage industry and features a host of global speakers representing facilities, terminals and ports in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Spain, India, Africa plus exhibitors based in 15+ different countries across three continents.


About Tank World

Global energy markets continue to evolve and demand for storage across the region increases. The definitive tank storage showcase, supported by the Ministry of Energy, returns exclusively to the Dubai World Trade Centre (13-14 April 2015). Now in its third year, the Tank World Expo team has a continued vision is to deliver a show that enables executive industry leaders to share best practice, benchmark and set a blueprint for development in the region. For more on the event:



"Following the huge growth that we experienced in 2014, it is a strong indication of both the vibrancy and evolution of our industry and the importance of this event to the global business of storage that Tank World Expo is expanding significantly again in 2015. It’s the only event that brings global expert speaker, visitors and exhibitors from across the entire tank storage value chain to one location and with the Middle East at the heart of the global oil and petrochemical industry Dubai is the perfect host. In just three years Tank World has become simply unmissable for the industry and we look forward to welcome 3000+ visitors in April to the Dubai World Trade Centre, all looking to share best practice, get access to prospects, make new connections and renew old ones and develop their business potential.”

Alex Williamson, Managing Director, Tank Storage Forum

“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 its capacity for liquid storage we’re delighted to be a part of this year’s show!”

David Gledhill, CEO, Port of Salalah



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