John F. Kennedy International Airport houses one of the country’s busiest air terminals with nearly 20 million annual travelers. Terminal 4 has seen exponential growth in passengers and, in response, has expanded its footprint over the last few years. The industry’s increasing focus on comfortable, seamless, and enjoyable passenger experience prompted JFKIAT, which manages the terminal, to seek out a new visual identity that would create a sense of place and be friendly, fun, and entertaining. The T4 team partnered with international branding firm Base Design. Comments Min Lew, Partner and Creative Director at Base: “Throughout the project we considered how people felt when they travel. It’s a stressful experience. Probably because up until recently, airports were designed around airplanes and efficiency – not the people going through them… We wanted to create a simple yet distinguished personality for T4 as New York City’s terminal and activate the space to bring that personality to life.”
Inventories of U.S. crude fell by 1.351 million barrels for the week ended Aug. 3, missing expectations for a draw of 2.800 million barrels, according to data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
The smaller-than-expected draw in crude supplies came as imports rose by about 2.64 million barrels a day (bpd) and exports rose by 5.40 million bpd, data from EIA showed.
Gasoline inventories unexpectedly rose by 2.900 million barrels, confounding expectations for a draw of 1.700 million barrels, while supplies of distillate – the class of fuels that includes diesel and heating oil – rose by 1.230 million barrels, against expectations for a build of 0.220 million barrels.
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