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Chemicals & HAZMAT | Contracts - Awards | USA

$148M Hydrazine Contract

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Arch Chemicals in Norwalk, CT is being awarded a 20-year, $148.8 million fixed-price with economic-price-adjustment contract for the production, storage, distribution, and handling of hydrazine for the Department of Defense. Hydrazine and its derivative chemicals are often used as rocket fuels. Work will also be performed in Lake Charles, LA, and the performance completion date is March 31, 2025. This contract has two five-year options. Proposals were solicited from FEDBIZOPPS with three responses. The Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) at Lackland Air Force Base, TX issued the contract (SP0600-05-D-1522).

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