Auckland jet fuel arrangements a potential barrier to new entrants

Gavin Evans
Wed, 18 Sep 2019

By Gavin Evans Sept. 18 (BusinessDesk) - The three major oil companies’ control of fuelling at Auckland International Airport is a potential barrier to competition and should be reviewed as part of the airport’s redevelopment, a government inquiry says. Ownership of the jet fuel hydrant system at the airport by Z Energy, BP and Mobil is a potential obstacle for new entrants and the airport company should monitor changing ownership models internationally when establishing its next facility, the review says. Those decisions should includ...

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