Four Companies Win $137M in DLA Fuel Supply Contracts

Four Companies Win $137M in DLA Fuel Supply Contracts

The Defense Logistics Agency has selected four companies to supply the U.S. military with different kinds of fuel under separate contracts worth $137M combined.

DLA received 18 responses to the competitive procurement effort, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Each contract has a 60-month base period of performance plus a six-month option.

The awardees and contract amounts are as follows:

  • Crowley Government Services – $26.5M
  • Delta Western- $32.6M
  • Petro Marine Services – $15.9M
  • Petro Star – $62M

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