Special Webinar for ILTA Members: Opportunities for the Liquid Terminal Industry in the Energy Transition
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Special Webinar for ILTA Members: Opportunities for the Liquid Terminal Industry in the Energy Transition

While the fuels of the future may be different than those that drive our economy today, our most likely energy future will require liquid fuels for many applications. As the world undergoes an energy transition to low and no-carbon fuels, liquid terminals will continue to play an essential role in the storage, logistics, and transport of these products. Terminal companies are uniquely positioned to apply their expertise and physical assets to these new supply chains.

During this briefing, our partners at the consulting firm AJW will provide an overview of energy transition, drivers and market trends, and opportunities for the liquid terminal industry. There will also be time to discuss what additional information and support is needed to help the industry take full advantage of the opportunities this transition presents.

The webinar will be held at 1:00 p.m. on December 14. Please register here to receive instructions to join the webinar.

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