16 Firms Awarded Fuel Supply IDIQs to Support DLA Energy

Sixteen companies have each won an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to supply fuel to the Defense Logistics Agency’s energy office.

The fixed-price contracts with economic price adjustments and a 30-day carryover period require the firms to provide various fuel types to DLA Energy for a year, the Department of Defense said Monday.

DLA received 32 bids for the contracts and will obligate defense working capital funds for fiscal 2019.

The companies will perform work across the U.S. through March 31.

The awardees and the values of their respective contracts are listed below:

  • Alon USA – $94.8M
  • BP Products North America – $336.8M and $94.8M
  • Calumet Shreveport Fuels – $91M
  • Epic Aviation – $37M
  • Exxon Mobil Fuels Lubricants & Specialties Marketing – $90.5M
  • Hunt Refining – $34.1M
  • Husky Marketing & Supply – $81.3M
  • Lazarus Energy – $126M
  • Petromax Refining – $242M
  • Phillips 66 – $884.4M
  • Placid Refining – $125M
  • Shell Oil Products – $259.8M
  • Tesoro Refining & Marketing – $45M
  • Valero Marketing and Supply – $141.1M
  • Wynnewood Energy – $92.3M
  • Wyoming Refining – $42.1M

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