Industry representative Iata finds the global outlook for 2014 “fairly encouraging”
Jet Fuel- A1
Jet fuel is a colorless, combustible, straight run petroleum distillate liquid its principal uses are as an ingredient in lamp oils, charcoal starter fluids, jet engines fuels and insectisides.
This class of fuel provides a good balance of properties currently required from an aviation fuel, in which energy density, operational issues, cost, and safety all need to be taken into account.
All jet fuels are composed primarily of hydrocarbons as a blend of saturates, with no more than 25% aromatics. Olefins may be present, but they are effectively kept below about 1% by stability requirements. Additionally, a fuel may contain up to 0.3% sulfur by weight, although the level is generally less than 0.1% The most common fuel worldwide is a kerosene-based fuel classified as JET A-1. The only other jet fuel that is commonly used in civilian aviation is called JET B . JET B is a fuel in the naptha- kerosene region that is used for its enhanced cold-weather performance.
However, JET B's lighter composition makes it more dangerous to handle, and it is thus restricted only to areas where its cold-weather characteristics are absolutely necessary. Aviation fuel is often dispensed from a truck which is driven up to parked airplanes and helicopters. Less commonly, some airports have pumps similar to filling stations that aircraft must taxi up to. Some extremely large airports also have permanent piping to parking areas for large aircraft.
"We can provide either buyers and or suppliers of the following products, depending on availability , pricing and procedures. D2, Jet fuel,D6, MAZUT ,USLD, MDO and LNG as well as Crude oil such as, Bonnie , Saudi , Kuwati and Basra Light Crude as well."