Announcements
SEA Card® Outage Notification Nov 23, 2021
Please be advised of an upcoming outage for SEA Card® on Tuesday November 30th, 2021, at 10pm CST.

What is occurring: Applying the latest PSU to SEA Card®
When is it occurring: Tuesday November 30th, 2021, from 2200 to 2300 CST
What is affected: SEA Card® EAS database

Estimated time of outage window: 1 hour
This scheduled update applies the latest Oracle patch set (PSU) and includes latest security and priority fixes.
OM FUEL CANCELLATION CHANGES Oct 04, 2019
“NOTICE: Many foreign countries prohibit ordered fuel to be returned to the terminal from which it was ordered. Any Request for Quote (“RFQ”) that is AWARDED and then you CANCEL in a foreign country will result in ancillary (backhaul/cancellation) charges. DLA Energy is not responsible for any ancillary or associated charges incurred from a customer’s cancellation of an award.
When applicable, it is your responsibility to provide your Husbanding Service Provider (“HSP”) contact information to the Vendor immediately upon awarding a SEA Card® order.” For Navy customers, your ship’s operating target (OPTAR) funds will be charged all associated costs for cancelling the award, whether the fuel is taken or not.
NOTICE TO ALL SEA Card® OPEN MARKET OFFERORS: Aug 02, 2019

When submitting your quote, all offerors MUST upload a copy of fuel spec and FAME and Sulfur content for the product offered.

Fuel spec must be in ENGLISH. Failure to do so will render your offer unacceptable.

In addition, for all US Navy RFQs, offerors must confirm in the offer:


1. Does fuel contain FAME? If so, what is the percentage.
2. Is fuel offered 100% Distillate?
3. Is fuel offered compliant with ISO 8217 DMA?

Navy Announcement: Foreign Port RFQ Process Oct 03, 2018
When submitting your Request for Quote (RFQ) requesting delivery at a foreign naval port, submit your RFQ 10-15 business days prior to your RDD to allow all necessary documentation to be obtained for a timely delivery.
Navy Announcement - FUEL ORDERING PROCESS Sep 07, 2017
1) Military Sealift Command Oilers
2) DFSPs
3) Other Navy Ships
4) DLA Charter Tankers;
5) Foreign Government per Fuel Exchange Agreements;
6) Commercial Bunker Contracts (SEA Card Contract Orders);
7) Commercial Vendors (SEA Card Open Market Orders)
See NAVSUP and DLA Energy website for further guidance.
ATTENTION Accountable Officials Apr 25, 2017
DLA Energy recommends the AO dispute the fulfilment details when the merchant has not provided a BDN (Bunker Delivery Notice). The dispute reason should be missing BDN unable to approve delivery.