AVAILABILITY OF REFINED FUEL WITHIN THE INDO-PACIFIC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
Folster, Austin D.
Eggers, David C.
Nussbaum, Daniel A.
Hudgens, Bryan J.
Walzer, Lawrence M.
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This project will give Department of Defense (DoD) procurement and area planners an assessment on the availability of energy within the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM) area of responsibility (AOR). The assessment will help make future decisions on sourcing energy purchases and may be expanded on with assumptions for risk potentials within the energy supply chain. This project includes market research on refined oil shipping and Military Sealift Command's capacity to move fuel to the warfighter. It includes research on tanker contracting procurement by Military Sealift Command, worldwide commercial tanker characteristics, and shipping activity within Asia.
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