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Tank Storage Association Publishes 9th Annual Review of Sector

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Anamika Talwaria

Editor & Head of Content for Tank Storage Magazine & StocExpo and Chair of Women in Tanks.

The Tank Storage Association (TSA) has published its ninth Annual Review of the UK’s bulk storage and energy infrastructure sector. The publication provides a broad range of statistics and valuable insights on terminals, process safety, occupational health and safety as well as the industry’s contribution to the UK economy.

2024’s Annual Review includes a new dedicated section on global tank storage assets and introduces data on global expansions and construction projects, regional capacity and market share as well as regional throughput data in collaboration with Insights Global. It also introduces new data on the products handled by terminals and tank farms, including low emissions fuels such as biofuels, methanol, ammonia and sustainable aviation fuels (SAF).

Peter Davidson, Chief Executive, Tank Storage Association

Peter Davidson, Chief Executive of the Tank Storage Association, says: ‘I am pleased to launch the 2024 edition of TSA’s Annual Review. The bulk storage and energy infrastructure sector makes a significant contribution to complex supply chains, ensuring that products for the energy, manufacturing, food and agriculture, and transport sectors are supplied when they are needed and in the quantities required. Against this backdrop, this year’s report has been enhanced to provide further information on global tank storage assets, highlighting current trends in the global tank storage industry. It also aims to shine a light on the crucial role our sector plays in our everyday lives.’

View the full annual review online here.

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