A delegation representing Qatar Jet Fuel Company (Q-Jet) took part in JIG International Forum in London to be updated with latest developments in aviation industry, in particular the issues of jet fuel related operations.
Q-Jet delegation comprised of:
Sheikh. Hamad Bin Saud Al-Thani – The General Manager
Mr. Habib Hussein Al-Sayed – Technical Manager
Mr. Khalid Bu Hindi – Aviation Operation Manager
In that semiannual forum, the spokesmen, shed the light on the following topics:
- The Most remarkable changes in JIG international standards 12th edition.
- The findings of Operations Committee and the basic changes.
- Reviewing JIG technical inspection policy.
- Upcoming training courses in the eras of inspection, mangers development in jet fuel industry
- Displaying the experiences of the members regarding the best practices and initiatives.
- Issues around filter inspections and how it works.
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It worth mentioning that, JIG is a leading internationally recognized forum where experts in all aspects of the aviation fuel supply industry can come together to establish and enhance standards for the safe handling and quality control of aviation fuels globally, and that those standards are recognized and endorsed by all parties with a stake in the industry.
Since the early 1970s, at the larger airports around the world, the aviation fuel supply companies have shared the use of the fuel storage tanks and fuelling systems in order to prevent unnecessary and expensive duplication and to save space, which is often at a premium. Driven by this trend, the oil companies formed the Joint Inspection Group to develop a set of standards which govern the operation of the shared fuel storage and handling facilities at the world’s major airports where the JIG companies operate.