Delta Air Lines plans to invest in railroad offloading facilities at its Trainer, Pa., oil refinery, but not just to help with the transport of the less expensive Bakken crude oil from North Dakota. CEO Richard Anderson says the loading facilities also could be used to backhaul jet fuel to the Midwest, where the crack spread between the per-barrel price of crude and the refined jet fuel product Delta is buying from the region’s refineries for use at its Minneapolis-St. Paul and Detroit ...
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