2007-NCS was awarded its first fuel contract in Afghanistan in support of NATO.
2008-NCS was awarded a contract with the Defense Logistics Agency Energy (DLA-E) in support oftheUS Forces in Afghanistan.
2009-NCS assumed responsibility for the military Bulk FuelInstallation (BFI) atKabul Internal Airport (KAIA), todayHamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA).
2009/10-NCS designed and constructed a fuel facility in Northern Afghanistan,on behalf of the Bundeswehr,and was awarded a contract for provision offuel for the Bundeswehr.
2012-NCS on behalf of World Fuel Services, operated a DLA-E contract in the Kyrgyz Republic.
2013-NCS was awarded a contract with the DLA-E for delivery of aviation fuel to several FOB’s in Afghanistan.
2015- The contract for provision of fuel and associated fuel services in Afghanistan was expanded and made NCS theexclusiveprovider of fuel for NATO/NSPA and extended to operating locations to include KandaharAirfieldand Camp Arena in Herat.
2018-NCS was re-awarded the full scope contract for all fuel on behalf of NATO/NSPA in Afghanistan.
2021–NCS remained operational during the final stages of NATO demobilization in August providing fuel support to the troops securing the redeployment as well asthe airlifts from Afghanistan.