DLA Awards $354M in Fuel Supply Contracts to Three Firms

BP Products North America, Shell and Vitol have won separate one-year, fixed-price contracts worth $354.3M combined to deliver fuel products to the Defense Logistics Agency.

DLA received 18 responses for the procurement effort and will finance orders with fiscal 2019 defense working capital funds, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

Each contract has a 30-day carryover period and will run through July 30, 2020.

Work will take place in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Turkey and at various pipeline system supply points across Europe.

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