Free Trade Show Entry March 13-14, 2013
AST Conference March 13-15, 2013
Welcome Reception March 12, 2013
6th Annual Golf Tournament March 12, 2013
Cocktail Mixer March 13, 2013
CO-LOCATED EVENTS: Free EPA SPCC Class March 12, 2013
Shop Fabricated Tank Systems March 11-12, 2013
Tank Fundamentals & Integrity Seminar March 12, 2013
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NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STORAGE TANK MANAGEMENT
ounded in 1989 and headquartered in Tampa, FL, the National Institute for Storage Tank Management (NISTM) is a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities, resources and training seminars about the operation, regulation, and management of underground and aboveground storage tank systems. The Institute has a partnership with the National Organization of State AST Program Managers, and works with numerous state and federal organizations responsible for storage tank regulation, oil spill prevention and response, in addition to interstate liquid petroleum pipeline regulation. This conference is designed for engineers, managers or other individuals involved with operations, construction, environmental compliance, spill prevention and response or management activities associated with aboveground storage tanks. Nationally recognized experts will provide the latest information available on tank management in this three-day course. You can
get answers to your questions about the most recent issues and technological advancements in API Standards, Storage Tank Con struction, Floating Roofs, Tank Lining, Leak Detection & Recurring Maintenance, Risk-Based Inspections, Overfill Protection, Secondary Containment, Tank Cleaning, Corrosion Control, Terminal Operation, Integrity, Pipeline Safety and more! Business casual dress is appropriate during sessions and within the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel. Meet your federal regulators at the Welcome Reception the night before opening session, Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 8:30pm. We hope you will join us for the opportunity to catch up with friends and get the conference off to a great start. Share a cocktail with your competition and find out what the latest is on Wednesday evening, March 13th immediately at the end of the day’s sessions. Please join us for a special opportunity to network with AST owners, regulators, equipment vendors, and consultants.
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INCLUDES: Welcome Reception: Tuesday March 12, 2013 8:30pm – 10:00pm
Conference Hours: Wednesday March 13, 2013 8:15am – 5:30pm
Trade Show Hours: Wednesday March 13, 2013 8:00am – 5:30pm
Cocktail Mixer: Wednesday March 13, 2013 5:30pm
Thursday March 14, 2013 8:30am – 5:00pm
Thursday March 14, 2013 8:00am – 3:00pm
Friday March 15, 2013 8:30am - 12:15pm
NISTM 2013 UNLIMITED REGISTRATION PLAN Maximize your attendees from your headquarters office as well as your regional locations within your company with the Unlimited Plan. Send as many delegates as you wish to the conference for a registration fee equal to the fee of just 5 individuals for only $1,750!
15TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANK CONFERENCE & TRADE SHOW CONFERENCE AGENDA Tuesday, March 12, 2013 8:00am - 5:00pm
EPA SPCC & FRP Short Course
Mark Howard, USEPA OEM-RPDD & Troy Swackhammer, USEPA OEM-RPDD
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 7:15 A.M.
Introduction Marshall Mott-Smith National Institute for Storage Tank Management
SPCC Update and Review of Guidance Changes Mark Howard, EPA Oil Center
FRP Overview Troy Swackhammer, USEPA OEM-RPDD
North America Upstream Dynamics and Downstream Implications Skip York, Wood MacKenzie
API Standards Update Steve Crimaudo, API
Pipeline Safety and Damage Prevention Arthur Buff, U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
Evaluation of Caribbean Petroleum Tank Overfill Event, October, 2011 Vidisha Parasram, Director of Incident Screening and Selection, USCSB
Second Term Strategy â€“ What Lies Ahead? Jane Besch, Vopak
Dome Retrofit Considerations - Three Business Cases Jeff Eickhoff, HMT Inc.
Major New Aviation Construction Project at Anchorage - Lessons Learned Grant Smith, Burns & McDonnell and Weston Bennett, ASIG
Managing AST Internal Inspections Phil Myers, PEMY Consulting
FREE EPA SPCC CLASS, MARCH 12, 2013 | FREE TRADE SHOW, MARCH 13-14, 2013 | CALL 800.827.3515 TO REGISTER
15TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANK CONFERENCE & TRADE SHOW CONFERENCE AGENDA Thursday, March 14, 2013 split sessions
AST OPERATIONS 8:30 A.M.
Risk Based Environmental Auditing of Bulk Fuel Terminals Andy McClish, TransMontaigne
A Primer on Steel Manufacture and the Differences Between Hot Roll Coil and Discrete Plate Products Thomas Perry,
AST INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT
Update of the EPA’s “Uniform Tank Emissions Standards”
Contained Tank Floor CP - Why Did My System Stop Working and What Do I Do Now?
Military Aviation Fuel Storage Tanks
Application of New Technology in Tank Integrity Management
Future of Aviation Fuels and Markets
A New Risk Based Inspection (RBI) Method for Aboveground Storage Tanks
Recommended Practice for Small Airport Fuel Storage and Handling
Victoria Borgianini, Sage Environmental
How to Incorporate FRP into SPCC Plans Joyce Rizzo, JD2 Environmental
Craig Meier, Corrosion Control
Dean Flessas, Pond & Company, Inc.
AVIATION Michael Zapata, P.E., Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency
Steve Barker, Airlines for America
Best Practices for Installing New Radar Tank Gauging
Johan Sandberg, Emerson Process Management
Controlling Lightning and Static Ignitions in Tanks Bruce Kaiser, Lightning Master
How A Terminal Operator Can Effectively Manage Inventory Reconciliation and Stock Loss Joe Lovan, Aloha Petroleum
Case Study: Developing a Tank Level Setting Process Barbara E. Laskey, Marathon Pipe Line LLC
Dealing with Geotechnical Challenges at Tank Sites Dennis W. Boehm, Hayward Baker Inc.
Fitness For Service Hydro Test Exemption Methods
Edward W. English II, Fuel Quality Services, Inc
Isobutanol – How Will it Affect your Terminal Operations James Baustian, Butamax
Doug Mann, Vista Precision Solutions, Inc.
Understanding Structured Light 3D Technology for Use in Pipeline Defect Analysis Vincent Summa Techcorr USA Ltd.
Steve Thickstun, Advanced Fuel Systems
AST Management/Leak Detection and Recurring Maintenance Sean Call, Fuels & Water Sys Maint. 633rd Civil Engineering Squadron
Lunch AST OPERATIONS
Biofuels, Standard Specification and Emerging Industry Issues
Kah Kan Chan, TEAM
Surviving a Fuel Storage Facility Fire
Paul Calderwood, Calderwood Consulting International
AST INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT
Membrane Technology Reduces Hydrocarbon Vapors in Air Without Flaring or Activated Carbon Ted Tiberi,
How One Major Refinery Does Risk-Based Inspection of their ASTs
Storage Tank Degassing with Zero Emissions
New API Standard on Lightning Protection for ASTs
Arid Technologies Inc.
W. Bryant Hickman, P.E., McGuffy Energy Services LP
Ben Sloan, Chevron Corporation
SAFETY & SHOP FABRICATED ASTS The Consequences of Complacency – Preventing Problems with Shop-Fabricated ASTs John Cignatta, Datanet Engineering, Inc.
New Guideline from NFPA on Tank Confined Space Entry – What it means for Tank Owners Dick Kraus, Petrosafe
An Integrated Approach to Asset Integrity Management of Plants and Terminals
API Floating Roofs
Smart Tank Farm Leak Detection Monitoring and Communication
How One Major Terminaling Company Manages Corrosion of their Tank Assets
Storage Tank Mishaps
Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors – What are they and how can they protect my tanks? Kelly Baker, Zerust
Tank Cleaning Strategies
Rama K. Challa, Ph.D., PE Matrix Service Company
Mark Baker, Baker Consulting Group
Bryce Brown, Rosen USA
Caryn Cullen, GE Power & Water Technologies Analytical Instruments
Reduction of VOC Emissions by Using P/V Valves and Floating Roofs with Rim Seals Peter Szalata, TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH
API Changes Standards for Safe Tank Cleaning and Entry
Wayne Geyer & Dana Schmidt Steel Tank Institute
Chris Commander, Oil TankingCorporation
Ted Green, Refuel Environmental Services Inc.
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API 653 ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANK INSPECTIONS
▶ Engineering ▶ Tank Management ▶ Fitness for Service ▶ RBI Evaluations
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15TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANK CONFERENCE & TRADE SHOW CONFERENCE AGENDA Friday, March 15, 2013 split sessions
AST SESSION I 8:30 A.M.
How Make Sure Tank Internal Coating Conditions Optimal – All Year Long David Simkins,
Mixing in Crude Oil Storage Tanks for Improved Tank Operations and Limiting Tank Failure Risk Christopher Hastings, Philadelphia Mixing Solutions, Ltd.
Managing Terminal Real Estate Transactions and Liabilities Rob Stillwell, SIOR,
Do Tank Safeguards Really Reduce Risk?
Incentives and Opportunities for Restoration and Reuse of Storage Tank Contaminated Sites Michael Goldstein, The
Non-Metallic Piping Around the World
Polygon U.S. Corporation
CCIM, Newmark, Grubb, Knight, & Frank
Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, P.A.
Third Party Compliance, Conformance, and Industry Standard Audits Do Benefits Exceed Costs? Clem Mesavage, Antea Group
Portable Lighting in Explosion Hazardous Areas Marybeth Marx, Lex Products and Thomas Sielo, Centaurea
Ashley Seddon, Pinnacle Asset Integrity Services
Unmanned Tank Cleaning: Technologically and Economically Feasible or Still a Dream?
AST Standards and Trends Wayne Geyer, STI
STI SP001 Revisions and Finer Points Dana Schmidt, STI 9:15 A.M.
AST Inspector Experiences
What to Expect from an AST Compliance Inspection
Bill Sutor, Vacuum Solutions
Maintaining Diesel Fuel Quality…Strategies for Ensuring Clean Fuel Availability When You Need It John Napurano, Reverso Pumps, Inc.
Bonding and Grounding in Terminal Facilities
Risk Based Management of ASTs
Investigation of Common Application Failures on Storage Tanks Proven by Life Field Testing of Endurance Burning Tested End-of-Line Flame Arresters
Joe Maresca, Vista Precision Solutions, Inc.
STEEL TANK INSTITUTE
Glyn Owens, Franklin Fueling
Innovative Solutions for Shop-Fabricated Aboveground Storage Tank Systems Steve Tretter, Priority Sales Associates, Inc.
AST SESSION II
Mike Vaccaro, Newson-Gale
Alex Ralston, Petcon, Inc.
John Albert, Program Administrator, Missouri Department of Agriculture, Division of Weights and Measures
Integrity Management is More than Just an Inspection 11:15 A.M.
Dean Flessas, Pond & Company, Inc.
Thorsten Schaper, Braunschweiger Flammenfilter GmbH
The agenda is tentative and subject to change. Periodically visit www.NISTM.org for an updated agenda.
WELCOME RECEPTION March 12, 2013 at 8:30pm Participate in this annual event where everyone in the industry has the opportunity to network and meet new contacts. This Welcome Reception is a great start leading to the upcoming conference and tradeshow. Come and enjoy the company, food and drinks! Sponsored by: ATEC Steel and Vista Precision Solutions, Inc.
FREE EPA SPCC CLASS, MARCH 12, 2013 | FREE TRADE SHOW, MARCH 13-14, 2013 | CALL 800.827.3515 TO REGISTER
Some Past Conference Attendees • 3M • Allied Energy Corporation • Allied Terminals • Amerada Hess Corporation • American Petroleum Institute • Ashland Inc. • Atlanta Hartsfield International • Airport • Bahamas Oil Refinery • BNSF Railway Company • BP • California Department of • Environmental Protection Agency • Cargill Inc. • Chevron • Citgo • Coastal Fuels Marketing • Colonial Terminals • Conoco Phillips • Consumers Energy • CSX • Cummins Terminals, Inc. • Defense Energy • Delta Airlines • Detroit Edison
• Dow Chemical Co. • Exxon Mobil • Flint Hills Resources • Florida Department of Environmental Protection • Florida Department of Transportation • Florida Power & Light • Georgia Pacific • Honeywell • Kaneb Pipeline Company • Kinder Morgan Pipeline • Koch Pipeline Company • Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality • Magellan Midstream Partners • Marathon Ashland Petroleum • Maryland Department of Enviromental Control • Michigan Department of Environmental Quality • Minnesota Pollution Control Agency • Mosaic • Motiva
• New Jersey Department of Environmental Quality • New York State Department of Environmental • Conservation • New York State DOT • Noco Energy Corporation • Northwest Airlines • Office of Pipeline Safety • Oiltanking Houston, Inc. • Oklahoma Corporation Commission • Onyx Mansfield Oil Company • Orlando Utilities • Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection • Phillips Petroleum Co. • Proctor & Gamble Chemical • Progress Energy • Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority • Safely-Kleen Corporation • Shell • South Dakota Petroleum Release Compensation • Sprint
• St. Services, Inc • State of Delaware (DNREC) • Sunoco • Tampa International Airport • TECO • Texas Commission of Environmental Policy • TransMontaigne • U.S. Air Force • U.S. Army • U.S. Coast Guard • U.S. Department of Agriculture • U.S. Navy • Unocal • US EPA OPC • Valero • Virginia Department of Environmental Quality • Vopak Terminals N.A. Inc. • Westway Terminal Co., Inc. • Wisconsin DNR Environmetal Protection • Wolf Lake Terminals
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NISTM Features Co-Located Events Attendees can maximize the benefits of their trip by attending one or more of the classes on March 11th and March 12th
or those who have taken the EPA SPCC class in the past, more depth of knowledge is offered on understanding the mechanical and administrative issues associated with keeping facilities in top shape and out of the cross hairs of the EPA. Both small tanks and large tanks are addressed in the show fabricated AST Class and the Tank Fundamentals & Integrity Seminar. Together, these seminars represent the state of the art considerations for facility owners and operators who must not only deal with local and state regulations, but prevent incidents from cutting into their profits or worse. These classes are conducted by leading industry experts and will identify the key issues that regulators, engineers, operators, policy makers, managers, environmental, safety and other professionals whose responsibilities are in any way associated with storage tank facilities. So choose the class that you need most before space runs out.
EPA SPCC/FRP Overview March 12, 2013 | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tank Fundamentals & Integrity Seminar March 12, 2013 | 8:30am – 4:30pm
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March 11, 2013 | 12:00pm – 6:00pm March 12, 2013 | 8:00am – 5:00pm To Register, Call 800.827.3515 or Visit www. NISTM.org
NISTM offering for the first time this course taught by industry authority Philip Myers of PEMY Consulting. This comprehensive course is aimed at engineers, inspectors, regulator, administrators and managers responsible for storage tank facilities who wish to improve their overall knowledge and understanding of these facilities in the petroleum, chemical, aviation and paper and pulp industries. The course is divided into two major parts. Part 1 Tank Fundamentals Morning Session 8:30am – 12:00pm Covers the fundamentals of storage, tanks and storage problems including the design and construction of tanks. It will review API Standards API 2610, API 650, API 651, API 652, API 620 and API 625 . We will address how and why various tank options and designs are used in the context of different situations. Part 1 will build the fundamentals so that we can move into the tank facility management issues of Part 2.
To register, visit www.NISTM.org or call 800.827.3515
Part 2 Tank Integrity Afternoon Session 1:00pm – 4:30pm The focus of this segment is on the mechanical and operational integrity of storage tank facilities. We will review the concept of management systems in the quest to minimize tank facility risk. Specifically we will review industry standards API 2610, API 653, API 575, ASCE7 and NFPA 30. Topics will include best practices for operating terminal and tank facilities, the failure modes and effects of storage tanks, mechanical integrity through tank inspection programs, spill prevention through overfill protection, dealing with dangerous load conditions resulting from wind, snow, seismic, settlement, flooding and how to minimize risk and a general program to comprehensively reduce risks.
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SPCC Update and Review of Guidance Changes Morning Session 8:00am - 12:00pm The purpose of the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule is to help facilities prevent a discharge of oil into navigable waters or adjoining shorelines. This rule is part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s oil spill prevention program and was published under the authority of Section 311(j)(1) (C) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (Clean Water Act) in 1974. The rule may be found at Title 40, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 112. A facility is covered by the SPCC rule if it has an aggregate aboveground oil storage capacity greater than 1,320 U.S. gallons or a completely buried storage capacity greater than 42,000 U.S. gallons and there is a reasonable expectation of an oil discharge into or upon navigable waters of the U.S. or adjoining shorelines.
FRP Overview Afternoon Session 1:00pm to 5:00pm In 1994, EPA finalized the Facility Response Plan regulation at 40 CFR Part 112.20 and 112.21. Promulgated under the authority of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, the regulation requires certain facilities that pose the risk of substantial harm to the environment to prepare plans to respond to a worst case discharge of oil. FRP-regulated facilities must develop and submit a plan to their EPA Regional Administrator. EPA reviews and approves FRPs for certain facilities that have the potential to cause significant and substantial harm. There are over 4,400 FRP plan holders in the U.S.
There is no charge to attend this course. To register, visit www.NISTM.org or call 800.827.3515
Orlando Florida is the home of NISTM’s AST conference. Participants often view this meeting as a vacation opportunity for their families. Orlando is a vibrant, thriving international destination offering visitors an array of exciting options guaranteed to provide a lifetime of priceless memories.
Single/Double Rooms: $199.00 | Use code: 29262 Call 866.996.9939 to make your room reservations. 9939 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819
AIRPORT GROUND TRANSPORTATION:
Orlando International Airport is served directly by bus, taxi and shuttle van. Taxis and Shuttle Vans are conveniently located on Level 1 on both the A and B sides of the terminal. Some shuttle services required an advance reservation. Please contact them directly.
Mears: (407) 423-5566 | Star: (866) 888-5530 I-RIDE Trolley Service: I-Ride Trolleys are the fun way to get around the International Drive area. And it’s so easy. After a day in conference session, experience the food and shopping that I-Drive has to offer. Just hop on board at a stop located just outside the hotel from 8am - 10:30pm. It’s convenient, economical and fun. NISTM will provide conference participants with a complimentary I-RIDE Trolley pass for use during your stay in Orlando.
Call for NISTM’s Group Rates (866) 996-9939
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Tank Selection, Sizing, Layout Indoor, Outdoor and Vaults Codes/Regs/ Compliance Over fill Control that Works Piping/Valving Issues
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Venting Design Problems Monitoring/Testing Protocols Installation Difficulties Spill Plan Issues
John V. Cignatta, PhD, PE is President and Principal engineer of Datanet Engineering, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in the areas of fuel systems and corrosion engineering. He has presented numerous seminars on AST and UST installation, cathodic protection and corrosion prevention. In addition, John is an API certified tank inspector per API 653 and a STI certified tank inspector per SP-001 as well as a NACE Corrosion Specialist and Level II NDT Engineer for ultrasonic thickness testing.
Monday, March 11, 2013 | 12:00pm – 6:00pm Tuesday, March 12, 2013 | 8:00am – 5:00pm To register, visit www.NISTM.org or call 800.827.3515
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This years’ event will be held Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at the award winning golf course at Shingle Creek Golf Club in Orlando, Florida. Registration begins at 10:00 am, with a shotgun start at 1:00 pm. Each participant is entitled to 18 holes of golf, riding cart, lunch and various awards. There will be an awards ceremony around 6:30pm, held at the Shingle Creek Clubhouse.
To Register Visit www.NISTM.org or Call 800.827.3515
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FREE Trade Show on March 13-14, 2013 At NISTM 2013 independent and major terminal operators, manufacturers and suppliers will come together to redefine strategic vision and technical requirements for tomorrowsâ€™ terminals. Other industries with storage tanks at the show include but are not limited to pipeline, aviation, chemical, electric power generation, manufacturing, and the military.
To register for the Trade Show and/or EPA SPCC Class at no cost, Please visit www.NISTM.org or call 800.827.3515
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