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The Pennsylvania refinery purchased by Delta Air Lines (DAL) is producing jet fuel, according to...

The Pennsylvania refinery purchased by Delta Air Lines (DAL) is producing jet fuel, according to sources. The restart is within the time frame the company forecast earlier this year. At the moment, the refinery processes crude oil from the North Sea and Africa, but a switch to North Dakota Bakken crude is expected to be implemented to help the carrier save money.
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  • kmi
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    According to the linked article,

     

    BP is providing the crude, and Delta "will exchange gasoline and other refined products from Trainer for jet fuel from Phillips 66 and BP elsewhere in the country through multi-year agreements."

     

    So whatever it produces in addition to the jet fuel will be exchanged for jet fuel from other refineries, which may or may not impact East Coast refined product pricing...

     

    I'm curious what rail will supply the Bakken crude if anyone knows.
    24 Sep 2012, 11:31 AM Reply Like
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