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Volume 2, Issue 2, 2011

Feature

Why are prices still climbing?

The US share of total worldwide crude reserves is somewhere around 2.5%. For a country that consumes approximately 20% of the world’s petroleum, that leaves a huge gap.

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Eliminating explosions

In 2007, Islamist extremists plotted to carry out a terrorist attack at John. F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in Queens, New York. Should the plot have come to fruition, a system of...
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Unravelling the EPAâ

The purpose of EPA’s Oil Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) programme is to prevent oil spills from damaging water, land and natural resources. Facilities can...
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Economic upsets drive change

No one would claim that the economic turmoil of the last few years has been good for business, but like an ‘extinction event’ the shake up of the established order can...
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The time trial

Germany boasts Europe’s largest, and the world’s fourth largest, passenger airline, as well as being the world’s leading biodiesel producer. It was therefore...
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Hydrant design

Aircraft fuelling methods in most of the commercial airports is by means of mobile fuellers and/or a hydrant system. With a hydrant system, fuel is pumped from the airport depot storage...
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Securing contracts in tough times

Dubai Airport is the largest and busiest airport in the Middle East, and home to one of the fastest growing cargo hubs in the world. In 2009 it handled 1.9 million tonnes of cargo volumes,...
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From rocky beginnings

Biofuels had a bad start in Mexico. Back in 2007 tens of thousands of local residents marched in protest at price rises for tortillas, much of which was blamed on biofuels...
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Big green fighting machines

The US spends more than $300 billion (€230 billion) a year on imported crude oil and it is no secret that some objectives during recent conflicts in the Middle East were to protect...
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Moving on from good old days

The aviation fuelling industry, in some ways, has not changed much over the past 30 years. Fuelling trucks and hydrant dispensers might look a bit more modern but the fuelling equipment is...
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Whatever the weather

It is sub zero temperatures and snow is on the ground everywhere. Airman 1st Class Bradley Welsh climbs out of his fuel truck to walk on the freshly plowed runway. He hooks up his hose into...
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Adding years to a reliable system

Wichita Mid- Continent Airport, along with its aviation fuel facility, was opened for commercial operations on 1 April 1954. Aside from various environmental compliance improvements in the...
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