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News | Feb. 8, 2023

DLA Energy Fiscal Year 2022 Fact Book is online

By DLA Energy Public Affairs

The Defense Logistics Agency Energy Fiscal Year 2022 Fact Book is online!

For the past 45 years, DLA Energy has compiled a snapshot of the facts, figures, and financial information from the previous fiscal year. It is the only DLA Major Subordinate Command that publishes an annual report.

The fact book is prized for its thorough overview of the organization, structure and supporting business units as well as detailed information on sales, cost, inventory, contract actions and programs.

“It has been an absolute honor and privilege to command DLA Energy for a third year. Leveraging this continuity permitted our organization to advance closer to the demands of the nation’s defense strategy while responding to real world challenges,” said DLA Energy Commander Air Force Brig. Gen. Jimmy Canlas in the Commander’s Update on page 8 of the book. “We balanced competing priorities while supporting global operations in Ukraine, Hurricanes Fiona and Ian relief efforts, climatization goals, 2022 National Defense Authorization Act Section 352 implementation, and the defueling and closure of the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.”

In 2022, DLA Energy acquisition professionals procured and managed energy products and services valued at more than $11 billion. Broken down, that’s $5.7 billion for the Air Force; $3.9 billion for the Navy; $866 million for the Army, $85 million for the Marine Corps; $40 million for the Navy; and $783 million for other defense and government agencies. To learn more, review the agency’s financial results which start on page 25 of the book.

DLA Energy Installation Energy and Utility Services teams supported contracting of facility and installation energy requirements with $3.26 billion in energy savings performance, $825 million in renewable energy, $805 million in electricity, $760 million in utilities privatization, $350 million in natural gas, and $104 million in coal.

The DLA Energy workforce continues to make great progress in advancing Climate Change efforts in order to meet clean energy goals. Teaming with the military services and other government agencies, the agency is aggressively pursuing procurement of Carbon Pollution-Free Electricity to achieve goals set forth in Executive Orders.

The DLA Energy Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization program supported 1,892 projects and obligated $867 million to help maintain Defense Department fixed-fuel infrastructure; and the DLA Energy Aerospace team continues to support military and government with missile fuels, liquid propellants for space launch and satellites, aviator’s breathing oxygen and other bulk industrial chemicals and gases.   

To read more about DLA Energy and its fiscal year 2022 highlights, download a copy of the Fact Book on in the agency’s online library.