We love presenting our design work and expertise in liquid terminal projects and other energy processing needs.
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Tulsa, Oklahoma (PRWEB) May 08, 2012
“This year’s show should be great,” said Tony Henshaw, TEA owner and founder. “We love presenting our design work and expertise in liquid terminal projects and other energy processing needs. We also want to convey our true passion for excellence that I believe is contagious and can’t help but shine through!”
Founded in 2001, Tulsa Engineering Alliance, Inc. (TEA) has grown from a small startup business in Tulsa to an expanding engineering firm in Bixby that now employs over 55 people. The company specializes in the engineering and design of bulk liquid storage terminals with an emphasis on solving today’s energy processing challenges.
“This is a great opportunity for TEA to make connections and really spotlight our great company and passion for what we do,” said TEA president, Shannon Watterson. “I’m really looking forward to it and know we’ll make a big impression.”
The ILTA trade show provides attendees with an opportunity to learn about new products, services, and solutions that terminals need to stay competitive. This year's program includes more than 30 featured speakers, 32 informative sessions, and four workshops covering a variety of topics such as increasing operational effectiveness, managing business issues, and improving safety and environmental performance.
ILTA represents 81 companies and partnerships that operate bulk liquid storage terminals in 47 countries. These facilities are located in ports and along rivers, canals and pipelines. They serve the vital economic purpose of transferring liquid products from one transportation mode to another. Products handled by their members include crude oil, petroleum products and a wide variety of chemicals, as well as ethanol, biodiesel, vegetable oils, molasses and fertilizers.
About Tulsa Engineering Alliance (TEA)
Tulsa Engineering Alliance, Inc. (TEA) is an oil and gas terminal engineering firm focused on providing engineering, consulting, design, and drafting services to the petroleum and petrochemical industries. TEA’s “Team Concept” works to solve today’s energy processing challenges within budget while providing the very best in professional engineering and design service. For more information, visit http://www.teaeng.com.