Adam Pilarski famously predicted that fuel prices would fall substantially long before they actually did. The prescient forecast added to his already substantial reputation as one of the industry’s brightest thinkers. And only a few weeks ago Pilarski, the Avitas senior vice president, talked to a group of industry executives at the ISTAT Europe conference in Barcelona, Spain, about what a Donald Trump presidency and the assumed return to increased protectionism may mean for the ...

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