d. Format. CONUS slates are prepared and submitted through DFAMS.
a. Use. Overseas slate are used to schedule the movement of bulk petroleum products to ocean
terminals outside of CONUS.
b. Four-Month Requirement.
The overseas slate sets up requirements for the current plus three
c. Submission. The slate must be received at DESC NLT the 10th calendar day of each month. In order
for this to be done, JPOs, DEOs, or DERs transmit the slate via any electronic means (message or facsimile)
d. Format. There is no set format for the overseas slate.
Slating Activities. The following activities are responsible for slating bulk petroleum in their areas of
(1) DEO Fort Dix.
(2) DEO Los Angeles.
(3) DEO Houston.
(1) DER Europe (For EUCOM).
(2) PACOM JPO.
(3) DER Middle East (For CENTCOM).
(4) SOUTHCOM JPO.
(5) USACOM JPO.
c. Miscellaneous Activities.
(1) HQ Space Command (Greenland).
(2) SA-ALC (JPTS).
(3) Antarctic Support Associates.
Preparation of the Overseas Slate.
Requirements Information: Reflects the type of product required by quantity, during a specific period of the
month, at a specific location, and by a specific delivery method. The following information is required: