UK MoD Aviation Fuels Committee Meeting

Event

19/03/2024 - 20/03/2024

09:30 - 16:00 UK Time

DoubleTree by Hilton Cadbury House Hotel, Bristol

Non-Member: £260.00 (excl. VAT)
Member: £260.00 (excl. VAT)

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The conference for receiving essential guidance and updates on aviation fuel specifications.

Please note that bookings close at 17:00 GMT, 14 March 2024.

Tuesday 19 March 10:00 - Wednesday 20 March 16:00

Agenda is subject to change

Tuesday 19 March: Registration begins at 09:30, please be seated by 10:00

Welcome

Meeting Arrangements, HSE briefing

Mike Farmery,
Clear & Bright

10:00

Welcome Notes and the OEA

Tom Stevenson, Operational Energy Authority

10:05

Aviation Fuel Specifications

Def Stan 91-091 Issue 15/16 and proposals for Issue 17/18

Tina Gleaves, Operational Energy Authority

10:15

AVGAS Specifications and Industry Activity

Alisdair Clark, BP

10:35

Alternative AVGAS for Historic Aircraft

Alastair Hobday, Rolls Royce

10:55

ASTM Update

Mark Rumizen, FAA

11:15

BREAK

11:35

IATA Technical Fuel Group Update

Mark Vaughan, IATA

12:05

FAA CRC World Fuels survey

Dan Kadlecek, ExxonMobil

12:25

ReFuelEU Avitation

Kevin Bower, BP

12:45

New Regulations and Reporting Requirements

Rob Midgley, Shell

13:05

LUNCH

13:25

Handling, Operational and Field Issues

EI 1530/1533 Update

Anthony Kitson-Smith, VITOL

14:25

EI Update

Martin Hunnybun, EI

14:45

IFQP

Mark Vaughan, IATA

15:05

Update on JIG Activities

Ibon Ibarrola, JIG

Kevin Bower, BP

15:25

BREAK

15:45

IATA MBC Update

Graham Hill, Echa Microbiology

16:15

New biocides coming to market

Simeon Dean, Fuelcare Ltd

16:35

EU approval Status of Biobor

Patrick Eakins, Hammonds

16:55

CLOSE OF DAY 1; Drinks reception and trade exhibition followed by dinner

17:15

Day 2

Operational and Field Issues continued

Infrastructures in natural disasters and the risk of law

Dagný Helgadóttir, EAK

09:00

Standard Test Methods

 

Thermal Stability and Test Methods

Kevin Bower, BP

09:20

Measuring MDA in Jet Fuel, ASTM D8545

Nikolai Braun, Luna Labs

09:40

Synthetic Aviation Turbine Fuel and Future Fuels

Co-processing

Kevin Bower, BP

10:00

BREAK

10:20

100% SAF Flights

Alastair Hobday, Rolls Royce

JP Belieres, Boeing

10:50

New Synthetic & Sustainable Aviation Fuel based on Tall Oil

Andrea Gutierrez, UPM

11:10

Firefly: A new pathway from sewage to SAF

Sergio Lima, Firefly

11:30

ASTM D7566 Synthetic Pathway Approvals

Gurhan Andac, GE

11:50

LUNCH

12:10

100% drop-in and Non-drop-in fuels

Gurhan Andac, GE

David Parmenter, Airbus

13:10

CRC update following Kennedy Space Center visit

Alisdair Clark, BP

13:30

UK CH

Chris Lewis, Sheffield University

13:50

EU CH

Stephen Dooley, Trinity College Dublin

14:10

US CH

Zach West, UDRI

14:30

CLOSE OF DAY 2

14:50


19 – 20 March 2024

This two-day meeting is designed to enable you to stay up-to-date with the latest specifications and standards, therefore increasing the efficiency and competence of your aviation fuels business. The event, hosted by the Energy Institute on behalf of the Operational Energy Authority, provides delegates with the most comprehensive overview of the latest aviation fuel specifications and standards available anywhere in the world in 2024.

This is an essential meeting for all aviation fuel stakeholders, including all airframe and engine OEMs, refiners, distribution companies and suppliers.

Who will you meet?

This event sells out every year, providing delegates with excellent networking opportunities. Meet with senior officials from high-profile organisations, such as airframe manufacturers, engine manufacturers, international fuel suppliers, analytical instrument manufacturers, test houses, academia, industry associations, military organisations, and airlines. 

New bookers: after creating an account with the Energy Institute, you will receive a verification email before you can book. If you do not receive this, please contact fferrari@energyinst.org to validate your account.

Hotel bookings

The Hotel will hold an allocation of 100 bedrooms on 18 and 19 March 2024 at an agreed rate of £135.

In-house reservations can be made by contacting reservations@cadburyhouse.com or 01934 834 343 option 2, Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm. Please note if reservations are on the phone any guest calling up will be directed to our Central Reservations team, if this happens, they then need to request to be put back through to the Hotel.

The allocation is held under ‘Energy Institute’ which must be quoted at the time of booking.

Interested in learning more about the EI's role in transport fuel?

Robert Midgley, EI Partner and Global Technical and Quality Manager from Shell, discusses how vital the EI's role is in having standards around equipment, filtration, fuel handling and fuelling standards for manufacture and transport.

Mark Rumizen

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