"Aviation Fuel Forum"
Aviation Gauche HotelForum Paris Marriott Rive Fuel | Paris, France 15-17 November 2011 CONFERENCE PROGRAM Sponsored by: Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsors Bronze Sponsors 2 IATA Aviation Fuel Forum, 15-17 November, 2011 | Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel | Paris, France Program overview TUESDAY 15 NOVEMBER WEDNESDAY 16 NOVEMBER THURSDAY 17 NOVEMBER MORNING SESSIONS JOINT INDUSTRY SESSIONS JOINT INDUSTRY SESSIONS COMMERCIAL TECHNICAL AIRLINES ONLY SESSIONS SESSIONS Opening session Session 1 Welcome & administration General remarks and TFG Session 5 (09:00-09:15) (09:00-09:30) administration Industry and Partner (09:00-09:10) Reports Quantifying fuel disruptions Session 2 Address by the CEO of Air Total (09:00-13:30) (09:15-10:00) (09:30-10:30) Session 6 Developing trends in the jet fuel TFG Secretary Session 3 Jet fuel quality assurance – new landscape in the Russian and Chairman COMMERCIAL TECHNICAL approaches and opportunities for improved quality Federation Closing remarks SESSIONS SESSIONS and efficiency (09:10-10:15) AIRLINES ONLY OPEN TO ALL (11:15-12:45) Session 7 Assessing Presentations Opening TFG and credit worthiness of on key campaigns/ welcome counterparties issues (10:30) (10:15-11:00) (10:30-11:00) TFG Session 1 Panel session “Fuel Session 8 Divergent Regional discussions Specifications - why economic trends and the (11:00-12:30) are there differences?” impact on oil prices (10:30-11:30) (11:45-12:45) TFG Session 2 Closing remarks FAME Issues (12:45-13:00) (11:30-12:30) AFTERNOON SESSIONS COMMERCIAL TECHNICAL JOINT INDUSTRY SESSIONS JOINT INDUSTRY SESSIONS SESSIONS SESSIONS AIRLINES ONLY OPEN TO ALL Session 4 Biojet powered commercial flights – Interactive information sessions Presentations on key TFG Session 3 new reality and the way forward (1430 - 1630) campaigns/ issues New Technologies (14:00-15:00) (13:30-14:00) (13:30-15:00) • Roll-out of the BioGuide Session 5 Global emissions trading schemes – Regional discussions TFG Session 4 • EU regulations on OTC derivatives and the impact actions and reactions (14:00-15:30) Filtration on the end user airlines and oil companies (15:45-17:00) Regional feedback (15:30-1640) • An introduction to IFQP (15:30-16:15) Look ahead to Chicago, May 2012 (1700-1715) Closing remarks and end of sessions (16:15-16:30) CEO SESSION CEO Air France and IATA DG & CEO (16:45 - 18:30) Open to all participants Program Monday 14 November 2011 1600 - 1700 TFG Steering Group meeting (by invitation only) 1700 - 1800 CFWG/TFG Joint Steering Group meeting (by invitation only) 1600 - 1900 Registration Open 1830 - 2000 Welcome reception Delegate bags Sponsored by Offered by Lanyards USB Keys Offered by Sponsored by Tuesday 15 November 2011 Commercial and Technical – Airlines Only 0900 - 0915 Opening session 1400 - 1530 Regional discussions • Welcome and administration • Antitrust briefing 1530 - 1615 Regional feedback • Brief overview of Commercial Fuel 1615 - 1630 Closing remarks & Activities end of airline only sessions 0915 - 1000 Quantifying fuel disruptions 1645 - 1830 CEO SESSION 1000 - 1030 Coffee break CEO Air France and Sponsored by IATA DG & CEO Open to all participants Commercial – Airlines Only 1900 1030 - 1100 Presentations on key campaigns/issues Official 1100 - 1230 Regional discussions fuel forum dinner 1230 - 1330 Lunch Sponsored by Sponsored by 1330 - 1400 Presentations on key campaigns/issues 3 IATA Aviation Fuel Forum, 15-17 November, 2011 | Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel | Paris, France Tuesday 15 November 2011 Technical fuel group sessions 1030 Opening TFG and welcome to 3. New condition monitoring tech- TFG general audience nology in flowing jet streams 4. R&D Results on electronic sensors 1030 - 1130 TFG Session 1: Panel session and ISO numbers versus ppm and “Fuel Specifications – why are mg/l correlations there differences?” 5. Automated Fuel Management An airline flies from ATL to LHR and meets 6. Roadmap for worldwide introduction two different specs. Why are there e.g. of new technologies (discussion) acidity differences in fuel specs? Why not global requirements for Jet A, A-1, TS-1 1500 - 1530 Coffee break and no.3 fuels? What changes in fuel Sponsored by properties are required in future engine/ aircraft designs and performance? MSEP: what is benefit/need for this test with 5th 1530 - 1640 TFG Session 4: Filtration ed. FWS and 6th ed. FM in service? And 1. SAP migration engine failures global use of the MSEP Protocol? Thermal 2. Update filter manufacturers on 5th Stability mandatory and MSEP optional? Ed. FWS and 6th Ed. FM 3. Discussion: 6th edition monitors: 1130 - 1230 TFG Session 2: FAME Issues when is it mandatory? 1. Report EI JIP 4. Typical contamination found in 2. BP Experiences engine fuel filters 3. JIG 11 FAME Protocol 5. Line experiences and change 4. TFG11.3 Aviation Communication intervals 6. Recent airline experiences 1230 - 1330 Lunch 7. Use of IATA Guidance Material for Sponsored by Investigating and Categorizing of Engine Fuel Filter Blockages 1330 - 1500 TFG Session 3: New Technologies 1645 - 1830 CEO SESSION 1. Jet Docs - Electronic Shipping Solutions CEO Air France and 2. Energy Institute Committee, incl. IATA DG & CEO into-plane sensor testing (EI 1598) Open to all participants and the user handbook (1570) 4 IATA Aviation Fuel Forum, 15-17 November, 2011 | Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel | Paris, France Wednesday 16 November 2011 Joint industry sessions 0900 - 0930 Session 1 approved for aviation use. A few airlines Welcome & administration are already using or planning to use biojet • Antitrust briefing fuel on commercial flights in the near term. • CFWG/TFG presentations This session, through case studies, will • Introduction to TFG and the new examine the process followed by the Chair airlines in this regard and the obstacles they had to overcome to succeed. The session 0930 - 1030 Session 2 will also introduce the BioGuide that has Address by the CEO of been developed by IATA to assist the Air Total airlines and oil companies to facilitate the integration of biojet into normal airline 1030 - 1115 Coffee break operations. Speakers: Joachim Buse, Lufthansa 1115 - 1245 Session 3 Chris Schroeder, Qatar Airways Jet fuel quality assurance – Robert Bijl, KLM new approaches and Dirk Kronemeijer, SkyNRG opportunities for improved Jorin Mamen, IATA quality and efficiency Moderator: Paul Steele, IATA The safe delivery of clean, dry, on-spec jet fuel into aircraft is the top priority for both 1500 - 1545 Coffee break airlines and fuel suppliers. In the current Sponsored by system, airlines inspect airport fuel facilities and services themselves or alternatively via the IATA Fuel Quality Pool (IFQP) shared 1545 - 1700 Session 5 inspection process. The fuel suppliers also Global emissions trading inspect the same facilities either individually schemes – actions and or via the Joint Inspection Group (JIG) reactions shared inspection process. These are proven processes but there is duplication A number of countries have or are in the and, in some cases, a lack of consistency. process of introducing Emissions Trading Moreover, ensuring identified issues are Schemes or other economic measures that followed up and resolved in a timely and impact aviation. Given the international efficient manner can be problematic. In nature of aviation the industry is of the view Singapore, we learned about the activities that emissions related issues should be with ICAO to define global standards for tackled through a global scheme and not safe handling of jet fuel and to assure through disparate country or regional quality. Is there also an opportunity to schemes. A number of countries have also rationalize and re-design the com- recognized the detrimental effects of such pliance/inspection process? This session schemes and are in the process of will investigate opportunities for improving opposing those that are not in line with both process and efficiency. Through a international agreements. Through an workgroup process with audience eminent panel of experts this session will participation the session will look to examine the various approaches and determine the best way forward for the reactions from airlines and the international industry. community. The session will then discuss the possible outcomes and the impact on Moderator: Mike Farmery, Shell the airline industry. 1245 - 1400 Lunch Panelists: John Balfour, Beaumont and Son, Aviation at Clyde & Co LLP Sponsored by Speaker/Moderator: Paul Steele, IATA 1400 - 1500 Session 4 1700 - 1715 Look ahead to Chicago, Biojet powered commercial May 2012 flights – new reality and the way forward Biofuel blended up to 50% with fossil derived jet kerosene has now been 5 IATA Aviation Fuel Forum, 15-17 November, 2011 | Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel | Paris, France Thursday 17 November 2011 Commercial sessions 0900 - 0910 General remarks as they struggle with unsustainable levels of and administration government debt. The US has yet to deal with their trillion dollar budget deficits. Can • Antitrust briefing the World's economies continue on this 0910 - 1015 Session 6 unbalanced path without serious conse- quences? What does this picture mean for oil Developing trends in the jet fuel demand and the price of oil? This session will landscape in the Russian address the key issues faced by the global Federation economy as a whole and the impact on the During the past couple of years there have airline industry. Finally it will examine the oil been a number of changes in the jet fuel price trend in the medium to long term. market in the Russian Federation. The Speakers: Marios Maratheftis, Standard Russian Government has enacted laws to Chartered ensure competitive markets at Russian Adam Ritchie, Shell airports and initiated economic regulation Brian Pearce, IATA of fuel infrastructure and services. The oil Moderator: Brian Pearce, IATA industry has also responded positively to a number of airline demands including supplying at airports at which they were not 1245 - 1300 Closing Remarks present and by improving procedures at airport fuel farms & intoplane services to 1300 - 1430 Lunch meet IFQP requirements. This session, led Sponsored by by three key speakers will examine these new trends and identify the lessons learned that could be applicable in some other Joint Industry Sessions countries and situations. 1430 - 1630 Interactive information sessions Speakers: Anatoly Golomolzin, Federal Antimonopoly Authority of the • Roll-out of the BioGuide Russian Federation An industry working group facilitated by Vladimir Egorov, IATA has been working on the requirements Gazpromneft-Aero to allow the integration of biojet into airline Alexander Steblin, S7 Airlines operations and produced the first version of Moderator: Thorsten Lange, Lufthansa the IATA BioGuide. This session is designed to introduce the IATA BioGuide 1015 - 1100 Session 7 and highlight the key areas and recom- Assessing credit worthiness of mendations. counterparties Presenter: Jorin Mamen, IATA Assessing credit worthiness of counter- parties is an essential part of due diligence • EU regulations on OTC derivatives and performed by airlines and oil companies as the impact on the end user airlines part of their commercial decision making and oil companies process. This aspect of evaluation has The recent financial crisis has pushed become more important given the still governments to strengthen regulation on ongoing financial crises and other adverse financial activities. One such area is the events in the past several months. This regulation of over the counter derivatives session will identify the aspects of a that could have a direct impact on the business that impacts its credit worthiness airlines and the oil industry. This session and the techniques used in determining will examine the outcome of the EU counterparty risks. regulations and its impact on airlines. Speakers: Keith Sirrell, Morgan Stanley Presenter: David Rushmer, Consultant Moderator: Brian Pearce, IATA • An introduction to IFQP Recent events have highlighted the need to 1100 - 1145 Coffee break ensure fuel quality and safety of flight. This session will introduce the IATA Fuel Quality 1145 - 1245 Session 8 Pool (IFQP) shared inspection process and Divergent economic trends and how airlines could benefit from being the impact on oil prices Members. It will also provide information on Many emerging economies are entering Membership, cost sharing and responsib- what some economists are calling the next ilities so that airlines that are yet to benefit Super Cycle with tremendous growth from this process could make informed potential. At the other extreme many decisions on their participation. European economies appear to be in for an Presenter: Kevin Flick, Chairman IFQP and extended period of weak economic growth Michel Baljet, IATA 6 IATA Aviation Fuel Forum, 15-17 November, 2011 | Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel | Paris, France Thursday 17 November 2011 Technical fuel group sessions Joint Industry Sessions 0900 - 1100 TFG Session 5: Industry and 1430 - 1630 Interactive information sessions Partner Reports • Roll-out of the BioGuide 1. Fuelling related incidents and IFQP An industry working group facilitated by 2. Tel Aviv contamination IATA has been working on the requirements to allow the integration of biojet into airline 3. Aquarius Handling operations and produced the first version of 4. Engine OEM fuel highlights and the IATA BioGuide. This session is challenges designed to introduce the IATA BioGuide 5. ASTM report and highlight the key areas and recom- mendations. 6. CRC Project approval status Presenter: Jorin Mamen, IATA 7. TFG9.5 ETS density use clarifi- cation group • EU regulations on OTC derivatives and 8. TFG9.9 New look at the Fuel Safety the impact on the end user airlines Zone and oil companies The recent financial crisis has pushed 9. TFG10.8 ISLG report on IATA Fuels governments to strengthen regulation on Specifications, 7th Edition financial activities. One such area is the 10. TFG10.10 Integration of TF regulation of over the counter derivatives Specification Requirements into a that could have a direct impact on the single document airlines and the oil industry. This session 11. TFG11.2 ATA Energy Council report will examine the outcome of the EU on fuel testing and traceability regulations and its impact on airlines. 12. TFG11.4 ATA report on EI1584 3rd Presenter: David Rushmer, Consultant edition Hydrant Valves/Couplers compliance in North America • An introduction to IFQP Recent events have highlighted the need to 1100 - 1130 Coffee break ensure fuel quality and safety of flight. This session will introduce the IATA Fuel Quality 1330 TFG Secretary and Chairman Pool (IFQP) shared inspection process and Closing remarks how airlines could benefit from being Members. It will also provide information on 1330 - 1430 Lunch Membership, cost sharing and responsib- ilities so that airlines that are yet to benefit from this process could make informed decisions on their participation. Presenter: Kevin Flick, Chairman IFQP and Michel Baljet, IATA 7 IATA Aviation Fuel Forum, 15-17 November, 2011 | Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel | Paris, France Friday 18 November 2011 Visit The Palace of Versailles & Paris 8 Guided tour of the Palace of Versailles: Guided visit of the Royal Apartments, the Hall of Mirrors and the Queen’s bedroom 8 Free time to visit the gardens “à la française” 8 Lunch in the heart of Paris (except drinks) 8 Guided visit of Paris monuments and commented cruise on the Seine River 8 Visit of the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower without queing! Depart from the hotel at 8:30 am. Go to Versailles for a guided visit of the Palace: Royal Apartments, the hall of Mirrors and the Queen’s bedroom. Then free time to discover the park. Your lunch, 3 course menu, will be served in a restaurant located in the center of Paris. In the afternoon, after a city tour of the main Parisian monuments (audio commentaries included), you will be offered a one hour commented Seine river cruise in order to admire the famous bridges and to learn more about the history of the city. The tour ends with an elevator ride up to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower to enjoy the amazing panoramic view. You will be returning at the hotel at the end of the afternoon. 8 IATA Aviation Fuel Forum, 15-17 November, 2011 | Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel | Paris, France