UNCLASSIFIED. ENERGY FOR THE WARFIGHTER: The DoD Operational Energy Strategy. Tom Morehouse Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Operational Energy. The Context: Strategic Environment. Homeland Defense. Current Conflicts. WMD Proliferation. Cyber Threats.
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ENERGY FOR THE WARFIGHTER:The DoD Operational Energy Strategy
Assistant Secretary of Defense
Dynamic energy markets have geopolitical, fiscal, and strategic implications
Sources: BP Statistical Review Year-End 2004 and Energy Information Administration; Environmental Action; BP Statistical Review of World Energy June 2011 Reserves-to-production ratios
Reduce Demand for Energy in Military Operations
More Fight, Less Fuel
Expand and Secure the Supply of Energy to Military Operations
More Options, Less Risk
Build Energy Security into the Future Force
More Capability, Less Cost
Gen James Mattis
12 July 2011
Gen John R. Allen
11 December 2011
Leadership stands behind capability improvements through operational energy
Near, Mid, and Long-Term Goals
Energy Security for the Warfighter
Mission:Fund innovation to improve operational effectiveness via science & technology investments to improve energy performance of our forces. Incentivize long term change in line with OE Strategy.
The Operational Energy Capability Improvement Fund Complements OEPP’s oversight role
OECIF POC: firstname.lastname@example.org
Defense Fuel Supply Sales By Country(January-April 2011)
1,538,127,144 Gallons of Fuel in 4 months