Tagged With Storage
Permian crude driving storage expansion
16 August 2019
North American crude output is exceeding storage capacity and driving a storage construction boom
European storage adjusts to IMO 2020
15 August 2019
There are signs that European operators and refiners are getting comfortable with inventory levels ahead of the IMO 2020 switch
A tailwind for renewables
17 December 2018
Non-fossil fuel energy projects saw further momentum in 2018, thanks to falling costs and increased comfort with the technologies
What could lead to an electric vehicles inflection point?
26 November 2018
Traditional auto manufacturers and middle distillate refiners should be wary that a niche technology could be about to snowball into full-scale disruption
Continental storage divide
30 October 2018
European oil storage struggles as new facilities aid further growth in Asia
Liquidity fuels LNG storage growth
12 October 2018
Commercial storage of LNG is on the rise as the market evolves, and emissions controls loom larger on the horizon
Caribbean energy: devastation and opportunity
13 April 2018
Governments want to remake their electric grids
LNG: Churning it out
16 November 2017
Producers face a further period of low prices as more production comes online
Perry stirs gas versus coal fight
25 October 2017
US energy secretary's subsidy plan gets a roasting
Making a swift transition in the energy sector
18 October 2017
The rapid uptake of renewables, energy storage and electric vehicles is changing demand patterns for consumers, infrastructure needs and risk, says DNV GL Energy CEO Ditlev Engel
Energy storage gains momentum in Australia
7 September 2017
Canberra is ahead of the game when it comes to the biggest challenge for new energies
ARA: hopes of a soft landing
5 January 2009
Economic troubles might trim the demand for oil storage, but terminal operators hope their growing logistical business will ease the pain
Benefiting from downstream strength
1 December 2008
The independent storage business is doing well, driven by high refinery utilisation, growth in long-distance trade and high demand for products. Over-expansion in new capacity is the main threat
Singapore: two new terminals
1 December 2008
By the end of March, two new independent storage terminals will have opened their pipes and the Singapore business will have two new operators. Some say the rise in capacity is bound to depress the market – but take-up indicates that the demand is there
ARA: lift from logistics
1 December 2008
Operators at the big ARA terminals are benefiting from long-distance trade and new products
Profits down on exchange-rate effects
1 January 2005
THE WORLD's largest and second-largest independent storage operators, Vopak and Oiltanking, have both reported reduced profits ? largely as a consequence of the devaluation of the US and Singapore dollars against the euro
It’s good to be in storage, once again
1 January 1999
In a business that suffers from over capacity, an upturn in short-term storage rates took operators of independent storage by surprise