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26 Guidelines for Integrating Alternative Jet Fuel into the Airport Setting Stakeholder analysis Initial screening of options Possible option 1 Possible option 2 Possible option 3 Possible option 4 Comparative evaluation of screened options Evaluation of screened option 1 Evaluation of screened option 2 Detailed analysis Figure 3. Framework to identify and compare options to bring alternative fuels to airports. Using the approach in Figure 3 helps the airport understand the needs of relevant stakehold- ers and apply a series of evaluation criteria to narrow down the multiple options for bringing alternative jet fuel to airports to the most promising few. The result of this process is a few options for a more detailed analysis. This is likely to be an iterative process since there are many factors to consider and the field is evolving rapidly. 3.3 Stakeholder Analysis Stakeholder analysis is important when evaluating alternative jet fuel projects. An airport that considers engaging in such an effort must have a clear picture of what its customers need before allocating scarce resources. It is also helpful for airports to understand the incentives of other players that may contribute to the success of the project. Who are the stakeholders likely to be involved in an alternative jet fuel project? Many stakeholders may become involved in an alternative jet fuel project. Following is a par- tial list of those expected to play a significant role and whose participation will be required for a successful outcome. Feedstock suppliers Fuel producers Airports