Frequently Asked Questions2020-04-16T21:43:40+00:00
Exporting offers great potential for companies, but the process of getting started can be difficult to navigate. Here you will find answers to some of the most common questions about exporting.
How is jet fuel supplied?2016-07-28T20:40:31+00:00

We supply aviation turbine fuels, commonly referred to as jet fuels, to various civil and military specifications at around 600 locations in over 45 countries.

For many locations this will be Jet A-1, which conforms to the latest version of the Aviation Fuel Quality Requirements for Jointly Operated Systems (AFQRJOS). AFQRJOS comprises the most stringent requirements of the Defense Standard 91/91 and ASTM D-1655 specifications.

We also supply Jet A conforming to ASTM D-1655 in the US and other specifications of jet fuel, for example TS-1, to other markets.

Jet fuels are specialized products that are manufactured according to very tightly controlled specifications. Almost all jet fuels are derived from crude oil in refineries so whichever grade (or specification) of jet fuel you require, they are all produced in much the same way. Click here for information on how jet fuels are produced.

Jet Fuel2016-07-28T20:41:29+00:00

From the point of manufacture all the way to wing tip, product quality is an essential part of safe aviation operations. We are committed to on-spec on time supply. To achieve this we run a comprehensive product quality assurance system across our entire supply chain. Our worldwide network of product quality experts help ensure each and every aircraft is fuelled safely with the right grade, volume and quality of fuel.

Other services offered2016-07-28T20:45:58+00:00

Outside of jet fuel, we also offer mining & metal, petroleum, crude oil, gold and diamond import and export services.

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