Abundant energy resources are available in East and South East Asia. Major energy producing countries in the region include China, Malaysia and former OPEC member Indonesia, while Myanmar may potentially join the producing group following the end of military rule and the opening of the nation's petroleum sector to more foreign investments. Brunei, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam have an estimated 31.4 billion barrels of proven oil reserves and 309.5 trillion cubic feet of proven natural gas reserves as of 2013.
Pipelines or tankers deliver crude and refined products to a storage facility called a terminal. Tank farms are terminals with more than one storage tank. These facilities are used to receive and distribute petroleum products within a particular time period. Terminal Managers are responsible for the terminal’s daily activities.