Army Organization for Petroleum Management.
a. Army Energy Office. This office provides guidance that is directive in nature to the Army. It issues
directives on force structure and responsibilities for Army activities and organizations. - It provides interface
between the Army and the Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for petroleum-related issues.
b. Army Petroleum Center. An agency of the Army Materiel Command located in Harrisonburg,
Pennsylvania. It acts as the Army's manager of bulk petroleum, advises on petroleum-related issues, and conducts
periodic inspections. It also reviews Army requirements worldwide and provides information to DESC.
c. Project Manager. Petroleum and Water Logistics (PM-PWL).
(1) Serves as materiel developer for petroleum and water equipment, to include: receipt, storage,
distribution, treatment, and surveillance of operational stocks.
(2) Act as the executive agent for water and petroleum issues for the Department of the Army.
(3) Support military and civilian contingency operations a directed.
(4) Provide centralized life cycle management of petroleum and water logistics equipment.
75 petroleum systems
22 water systems
2 operational projects
(5) Support evolving doctrinal concepts and make recommendations on subjects such as:
Operational Plans for unified commands
Army Mobility Strategic Plan
d. Petroleum Units.
(1) Theater Army Commander is responsible for all ARFOR in the theater.
(a) Inland distribution of bulk petroleum throughout the theater is an ARFOR responsibility.
(b) The Theater Army is organized for bulk petroleum support as follows: