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DLA Picks 5 Companies for Fuel Supply Contracts

OilPipesFive companies have won contracts from the Defense Logistics Agency to deliver fuel products to U.S. military and federal civilian agencies over a five-year period.

DLA Energy at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, received 15 offers for the competitive acquisition program and will use defense working capital funds to pay for contract work, the Defense Department said Thursday.

Work is slated to occur through Sept. 30, 2020, in Alaska.

Awardees and details of their fixed-price, economic-price-adjustment contracts are provided below:

  • Petro Star will compete for up to $145, 549, 416
  • CPD Alaska will compete for up to $62, 745, 918
  • Petro 49 will compete for up to $51, 591, 725
  • Shoreside Petroleum will compete for up to $21, 502, 518
  • Vitus Energy will compete for up to $8, 294, 881

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