Call for ILTA 2023 Proposals
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Call for ILTA 2023 Proposals

Our ILTA 2023 Operating Conference and Trade Show Call for Proposals has officially launched!  With our 2022 conference having 36 unique sessions in four distinct tracks led by 57 thought leaders, the sessions offered compelling content and engagement on the latest in the liquid terminals industry.  Several sessions had beyond capacity attendance!

 

For our May 22-24 conference in Houston, we’re looking for thought leaders and contributors to share the latest trends, strategies, solutions, and future opportunities for the industry.  We encourage submissions, especially those in the Environment, Health, Safety and Security, Executive Leadership, Operations and Engineering, and Emergency Response areas.  We are especially interested in proposals addressing PFAS, biofuels, traders, and hydrogen technologies.

 

Conference proposal submissions are due by January 31, 2023, and we have a finite number of available slots. Don’t miss out – submit your proposal to proposals@ilta.org. Thank you!

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