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A Remodelled IATA Energy Forum

30th June 2022

  After 2 years, the newly named IATA Energy Forum returned to the schedule in Munich last month. It was heart-warming to see that, once again, it proved to be a popular event, with over 700 delegates in attendance. The Opening Evening Reception was well attended and it was good to see a number of […]

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Are airports the key to greater competition in fuel supply?

7th December 2021

When John Pitts, Managing Director at aviation fuel consultancy eJet International, was instrumental in implementing the first open access fuel supply model at Hong Kong International Airport in 1998, the idea was to promote healthy competition among suppliers. This could drive prices down, maximise fuel uplift at the airport and encourage new routes and footfall. […]

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John Pitts – A Local Success Story

4th November 2021

With over 40 years’ experience of engineering, John Pitts has proven to be an expert in his field; Aviation Fuel Facilities.

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ISO Audit 2021 – Another Successful Year

11th October 2021

eJet have just completed their annual ISO Surveillance audit following recertification in 2020. With a successful outcome, we spoke to John Pitts (Managing Director) and Caroline Thomas (Office Manager) regarding the latest results.

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Team Member Spotlight – Lyndon Clark – Procurement and Contracts Consultant

2nd August 2021

Lyndon is a seasoned professional with an impressive 36 years’ experience in the downstream oil industry.

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Sustainable aviation fuel is a numbers game

7th July 2021

Sustainability will be a key item in every airport’s business objectives, but the control of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will have been seen to a large extent as beyond the airport’s remit. 

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