Delta Air Lines is upping the amount of domestic crude oil that it refines at its Trainer, Pennsylvania, facility to help lower jet fuel costs even more. The Trainer facility turned a $13 million profit in the second quarter and a $64 million year-over-year improvement, Delta CFO Paul Jacobson told analysts during the company’s recent second-quarter earnings call. This is in line with expectations, as Delta had forecast that the refinery would be profitable by the end of the ...
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