Burnett joins JET Infrastructure with over 40 years of international experience in the oil and gas industry, previously serving as the Senior Vice President of Fuel Management for Delta Airlines, as well as President and CEO of Total Petrochemicals & Refining USA Inc.
“We are very excited to have Graeme join us in our mission to deliver superior design, engineering, and capital solutions to support the aviation industry’s needs,” said Chad Edinger, JET Infrastructure’s General Manager. “His broad experience and deep understanding of the jet fuelling industry are an invaluable addition to the team as we look to deliver powerful jet solutions and expand our fuelling and logistics platform across North America.”
In 2013, following his retirement from Total Petrochemicals, Burnett joined Delta Air Lines where he was responsible for executing Delta’s ‘Wellhead to Wingtip’ strategy, which included the Trainer Refinery asset (Monroe Energy) in Pennsylvania. Burnett was instrumental in Delta’s decision to invest in the Northwest Advanced Biofuels project in Washington State, a project expected to produce 64 million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel per year.
“Graeme’s perspective across the hydrocarbon value chain precisely complements JET Infrastructure’s vision to achieve superior last-mile logistics in the aviation sector,” said Kevin Clement, Chair of the JET Infrastructure Advisory Board. “His technical understanding of the sustainable fuel industry and wide network of industry professionals will be a tremendous asset in advancing our approach to providing customers with sustainable partnership solutions.”
Burnett continues to hold the position of Chairman of the Board of Monroe Energy LLC and is a member of the Executive Committee of the American Fuels & Petrochemicals Manufacturing Association. He is also a member of the Board of Agilyx SA, a waste plastics recycling company.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/13082020/jet-infrastructure-adds-petrochemicals-expert-to-advisory-board/
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