PETROLEUM OPERATING REPORTS
Critical Tasks: 01-5103.30-2103
In this lesson, you will learn about petroleum equipment and facility status. You will also learn how to prepare or
supervise the preparation of reports submitted by the terminals at headquarters staff IAW DOD and Army
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
Various terminal operating reports and their uses.
Given DOD 4140.25-M and DA Pam 710-2-2.
Describe the terminal operating reports IAW the corresponding lesson plan and listed
REFERENCES: DOD 4140.25-M, DA Pam 710-2-2, and AR 710-2.
Terminal operating reports are necessary in determining and verifying quantities of petroleum products on hand,
received, and issued by location as well as equipment and facility status. During this block of instruction, we will
discuss various types of reports that are used and required by higher-headquarters to provide a status of location
Bulk Petroleum Storage Facilities Report (RCS 506).
NOTE: Reference DOD 4140.24-M, Vol II, page 8-6, and DA Pam 710-2-2, page 287.
a. DESC controls, maintains, and publishes the RCS 506 report which documents military, federal, or
civilian contacted bulk petroleum storage facilities of 500 barrels of more capacity