Flint Hills production lags
Anchorage International air carriers scramble for jet fuel due to spike in demand
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A spike in demand for jet fuel at the Anchorage International Airport has led to fuel shortages and caused air carriers to dramatically increase the amount of fuel brought into the state.
Fuel demand among cargo carriers typically surges in October and for the first few weeks of November, according....
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One of largest air cargo stops
Flint Hills state’s largest
Flint Hills taking less oil
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