U.S. EnergyFinding a Better Way

U.S. Energy is a leading vertically integrated solutions provider proficient in refined products, alternative fuels, and environmental credits. Over our 70-year tenure, we’ve diversified throughout the energy supply chain—providing unconventional solutions and comprehensive support for any fuel or energy type. From energy project development, distribution, and marketing through wholesale, commercial, and retail channels, we’re uniquely positioned to help organizations like yours navigate the evolving energy landscape.

Public
Sector
  • Icon for K-12 Eductaion
    K-12 Education
  • Higher Education Icon
    Higher Education
  • Government icon
    State & Local Government

U.S. Energy, a U.S. Venture company, was awarded a national cooperative contract for motor and aviation fuels and related services.

View Contract Documentation

U.S. Energy Contract Documentation

U.S. Communities, National IPA, & NCPA are wholly-owned subsidiaries of OMNIA Partners, dba OMNIA Partners, Public Sector. All public sector participants already registered with National IPA, U.S. Communities, or NCPA continue to have access to all contracts, with certain exceptions, in the portfolio and do not need to re-register to use a legacy National IPA, legacy U.S. Communities, legacy NCPA, or new OMNIA Partners contract. U.S. Communities, National IPA, and NCPA remain separate legal entities and lead agency contracts completed under each brand are effective and available for use through the contract’s approved term. In the event we believe re-registration is necessary for any reason, OMNIA Partners will let you know.

Motor and Aviation Fuels and Related Services

City of Fort Worth, TX

Contract Number: 53316

Initial Term: January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020
Renewal Options: Option to renew for a maximum of four (4) one-year renewal periods through December 31, 2024
RENEWED THROUGH December 31, 2024

Executive Summary

Master Agreement Documents

Response Evaluation

Solicitation Process

Previous Contract