10 Firms Win DLA Fuel Supply IDIQ Spots

Jeff Brody

The Defense Logistics Agency has selected 10 companies to provide fuel products under a one-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a 30-day carryover period.

DLA’s energy unit received 21 offers for the IDIQ via a competitive acquisition process and will finance orders using fiscal 2019 defense working capital funds, the Department of Defense said Thursday. Work will take place within the continental U.S. through Oct. 30, 2020.

The awardees and their respective contract details are listed below:

  • BP will compete for up to $473.1M (through BP Products North America and BP West Coast Products)
  • Epic Aviation will compete for up to $38.9M
  • Equillon Enterprises, doing business as Shell Oil Products, will compete for up to $228.1M
  • Par Hawaii Refining will compete for up to $271.2M
  • Petro Star will compete for up to $110.8M
  • Phillips 66 will compete for up to $58.2M
  • Tesoro Refining and Marketing will compete for up to $348.7M
  • U.S. Oil and Refining will compete for up to $156.7M
  • Valero Marketing and Supply will compete for up to $260.6M
  • Sinclair Oil, dba Sinclair, will compete for up to $38.2M

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