DLA Energy Americas 


DLA Energy Americas provides comprehensive energy support and solutions to the various departments and agencies of the U.S. government, as well as international partners. DLA Energy Americas is one of several DLA Energy regional offices responsible for the receipt, storage, and distribution of various energy products to DLA Energy customers.

Strategic energy and fuel management support includes distribution, inventory accountability and quality assurance functions of bulk fuel (aviation), bunkers (marine), direct delivery fuels (ground and installation), into-plane (aviation), missile/cryogenic, lube oil and coal. Bulk fuel storage and distribution support includes contract administration and inventory management. DLA Energy Americas supports five combatant commands: U.S. Northern Command, U.S. Southern Command, U.S. Strategic Command, U.S. Transportation Command, U.S. Special Operations Command, and U.S. Indo-Pacific Command. DLA Energy Americas also partners with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and contingency contractors for bulk petroleum support for natural or man-made disasters occurring in the U.S in support of Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA).

The region’s area of responsibility consists of North, Central and South Americas, plus the Caribbean Island states and territories; a total of 16,632,233 square miles encompassing the 49 contiguous United States and 39 additional countries/territories. DLA Energy Americas is divided into three offices: DLA Energy Americas East, DLA Energy Americas West, and DLA Energy Americas North. In order to accomplish the DLA Energy Americas mission, a dedicated workforce of federal employees and active duty military personnel provide uninterrupted fuel management and support to the Warfighter at more than 400 Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine and Coast Guard installations.

DLA Energy Americas West (AMW)

Operating out of Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, California, AMW provides command and control of 40 assigned personnel in  Mission Support, Supplier Operations, Customer Operations and Quality Operations Divisions conducting admin, budget, planning/operations to perform exercise and real world contingency support, energy logistics & quality functions for the delivery and further distribution of 1.6 billion gallons of bulk fuel and customer-direct energy products supporting 126 bases within 11 states in the western region of the United States. Provides Enterprise Business System Subject Matter Expert (Customer Account Specialist (CAS), Resolution Specialist (RS), Supply Planner (SP) and Admin/Budget) back-up support for AMN. Provides quality support for executive airlift missions.

DLA Energy Americas East (AME)

Operating out of Houston, Texas, AME enables the receipt, quality testing, delivery and further distribution of 1.1 billion gallons bulk fuel and customer-direct energy products supporting 295 bases within 37 states in the Continental United States, all of Central and South America, and islands in the Caribbean. AME provides command and control of four divisions and 93 personnel working in Mission Support, Quality Operations /Assurance, Supplier Operations, and Customer Operations Divisions to support Department of Defense and inter-agency end-users with world class energy logistics and energy solutions in any environment, at any time.

DLA Energy Americas North (AMN)

Operating out of Anchorage, Alaska, AMN provides command and control of assigned personnel conducting administration, budget, planning/operations, energy logistics and quality functions. Provides 390,000 tons of coal for power and heating plants at Eielson Air Force Base and Fort Wainwright. Customer Operations supports 83 Federal sites and five DoD main operating bases. Maintains and operates a Level “A” Fuels Lab complex in support of DoD and whole of government customers within the Alaska region.


If you need assistance in the Americas region, you may contact the following offices. After hours or during the weekend, you may contact the DLA Customer Interaction Center at 1-877-DLA-CALL (1-877-352-2255).

DLA Energy Americas

Title Phone Number
Commander 713-332-4100
Deputy Director 713-332-4101
Director of Operations 713-332-4102
Chief of Plans Officer 713-332-4103
U.S. Northern Command Liaison Officer 719-556-1695
U.S. Southern Command Liaison Officer 305-437-1455

DLA Energy Americas in Houston, Texas

Title Phone Number
Commander 713-332-4110
Deputy Director 713-332-4111
Supplier Operations Manager 713-332-4115
Quality Manager 713-332-4113
Operations Officer 713-332-4180

DLA Energy Americas at Seal Beach, California

Title Phone Number
Commander 424-347-3118
Deputy Director 424-347-3119
Quality Manager 424-347-3101
Operations Officer 424-347-3106 / 3094

DLA Energy Americas North in Anchorage, Alaska

Title Phone Number
Commander 907-552-3949
Deputy Director 907-552-5777

DLA Energy Americas News

Enterprisewide | Nov. 7, 2022

DLA Energy Task Force Americas closes out Hurricane Ian support

After nearly a month of emergency fuel support, DLA Energy Task Force Americas closed out Hurricane Ian assistance to FEMA Oct. 19. TFA personnel Chris Rogers, Air Force Maj. Timothy Truong, and Ray Juré helped coordinate fuel shipments from supply

Enterprisewide | Oct. 6, 2022

DLA Energy Task Force Americas supports Hurricane Ian relief efforts

In preparation for Hurricane Ian, DLA Task Force Americas advance team arrived in Warner Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia, to execute its Defense Support to Civil Authorities operations and assist Federal Emergency Management Agency fuel requirements

Enterprisewide | Aug. 10, 2022

Breaking records: DLA Energy quality assurance specialist has a need for...

Jaron Tyner, a DLA Energy Americas quality assurance representative, is a member of a motorcycle race team that’s won multiple world records for land speed racing.

When disaster strikes, DLA Energy partners with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other organizations to provide relief to those in need. Watch this video to see how DLA Energy Task Force Americas supported victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico with thousands of gallons of fuel.