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Volume 2, Issue 3, 2011

Feature

Backward vertically integrated airline takes off in Pennsylvania

Delta Air Lines has become the only world airline to engage in a ‘backward vertical integration’ with a petroleum refinery.

A newly created subsidiary...
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Extreme impacts

Throughout the last decade major oil companies have pulled back from their downstream activities, including oil refining and marketing, and ploughed more investment into their upstream...
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Advances in secondary containment technology

Secondary containment is like a back-up plan. If the primary containment fails (typically a steel tank), then secondary containment is required to prevent contamination of the surrounding...
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Up for the challenge

International Air Transport Association (IATA) members are only just starting to discuss the effects and costs of fuel supply delays, with one major member citing 52 instances of refuelling...
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A big change that may just go unnoticed

Over the past five to six years, there has been a tremendous amount of work in the fuel specification arena to approve new components for jet fuel. Up to September 2009 the jet fuel...
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Still a long way to go

The total global carbon emissions contribution due to aviation accounts for approximately 2-3% of all anthropogenic carbon emissions, and this is projected to rise in the future as a result...
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Is â

We buy too much fossil fuel from potentially, or actual, volatile places on earth,’ says US Navy Secretary Ray Mabus. Volatile can frequently mean ‘hostile,’ so...
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Alternative aviation fuels: recent successes and the plan forward

The airline industry is expected to experience sustained growth in the coming decades. In anticipation of this continued increase in air transportation activity, the industry has identified...
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Minimum standards

Aviation fuel facilities are a critical component of air travel infrastructure. Commercial airlines, cargo transporters and private pilots rely on the safety and reliability of fuelling...
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Petroleum products under fire

The war in Afghanistan has proved to be particularly expensive in the loss of life to tanker drivers and the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force cargos. Around 100 tankers set...
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Preventing a fuel leak

Airport safety is an ever increasing concern for airports looking to keep or improve their reputation or expand their market share.

One large factor in determining safety...
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