Delta Air Linesâ€™ proposed jet fuel yield from its planned refinery acquisition in Pennsylvania is significantly above the average produced by any U.S. refining region, according to an analysis by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The airline is purchasing an idled refinery in Trainer, Pa., from Phillips 66 for $150 million and plans to invest another $100 million to increase the facility's jet-fuel yield to 32% from 14% of its 185,000 barrel/day (bpd) capacity. But ...
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