Boom Logistics (ASX:BOL) has secured contract extensions with BMA at Blackwater and Hay Point in Queensland, and Hunter Valley Energy at Mt Arthur in NSW.

The BMA contract is set to generate about $50M in revenue over the initial five-year duration, with options to renew for additional periods, while the deal with Hunter Valley Energy is expected to generate around $52.5M in revenue over seven-years.

Boom Logistics also says BMA is a joint venture between BHP Group (ASX:BHP) and Mitsubishi, and Hunter Valley Energy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the BHP Group.

Following the announcement, shares of Boom Logistics were up 3.85%.