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Rob Yarbrough NW Area Committee Presentation May 30, 2012 Phillips 66 Company.

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1 Rob Yarbrough NW Area Committee Presentation May 30, 2012 Phillips 66 Company

2 2 About Phillips 66

3 3 Transportation: Phillips 66 owns or leases various assets to provide strategic, timely and environmentally safe delivery of crude oil, refined products, natural gas and NGL. These assets include pipeline systems; product, crude oil and LPG terminals; a petroleum coke handling facility; a fleet of state-of-the-art marine vessels; and a fleet of railcars. As of Dec. 31, 2011, Phillips 66 R&M managed approximately 15,000 miles of common-carrier crude oil, raw NGL, natural gas and petroleum products pipeline systems in the United States, including those partially owned or operated by affiliates. In addition, the company owned or operated 42 finished-product terminals, eight LPG terminals, five crude oil terminals and one petroleum coke exporting facility.

4 4 Marine Vessels As of Dec. 31, 2011, the company had 15 double-hulled crude oil tankers under charter. These tankers, with capacities ranging from 713,000 to 2,100,000 barrels, are primarily used to transport feed stocks to certain Phillips 66 U.S. refineries. Additionally under charter were five double-hulled product tankers, with capacities ranging from 315,000 to 332,000 barrels, utilized to transport the companys heavy and clean products. Truck and Rail Phillips 66 manages truck and rail operations on behalf of its U.S. refinery and specialty operations. Rail movements are provided via a diverse fleet of more than 8,500 owned and leased railcars. Truck movements are through over 150 third-party trucking companies. A joint venture, Sentinel Transportation, LLC, provides dedicated and specialized trucking services for Phillips 66. About Phillips 66

5 5 Transportation has operations in 18 states About Phillips 66

6 6 EPR&S 47 ER Plans, 500+ first responders 17+ facilitated worst case drills/training annually 25+ self-facilitated table top drills annually Major drills annually with Global IMAT deployment Background P&T – 5 Divisions Truck & Rail Staff Support Staffs in Houston Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program

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8 8 Emergency Response Teams Tier 1 Incident initial response (with Contractor & Agency) – Safety, isolation, containment, assessment – Incident Command established Incident Support Team (IST) - Division & Core IST – Support appropriate level of response – Support field staff – Provide/assist with resources – Assist with notifications – Prepare for transition support from TPTN Tier 1 Team – Prepare for transition of Tier 2 support if required Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program

9 9 Incident Support Team - IST Support the Division Teams Provide technical and business related support as requested or required – Support staff – Eng & Projects (Integrity and Projects Personnel) – Logistics – HSE – Communications – etc Transition to Crisis Management Support Team (CMST) roles in the event of CMST activation Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program

10 10 ICP IST Members Division Staffing IST Members Houston & Virtual Connection IAP Software IST Briefing 201 Briefing IAP Software can be utilized with Outlook Meeting Place tool to conduct: IST Briefing 201 Briefing Initial IAP (Incident Action Plan) can be printed to network printer at ICP if available Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program

11 11 Site Plans & Facility Response Teams Regional Response Teams (IMATs) Crisis Management Team & Crisis Management Support Team Planning & Preparedness CM Plan Transportation Tier One Teams Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program

12 12 Transportation Tier One Teams Site Plans & Facility Response Teams Transportation Tier 1 Responders* Transportation Tier 1 Division Support Transportation IST SMEs Transportation Tier 1 Team Transportation IST Includes Co-Located or Nearby Phillips 66 Business Unit Team Members Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program

13 13 Team restructured based on Phillips 66 Company Risk Portfolio Smaller, more highly-skilled core team Increased leveraging of Functional Support Plans Adoption of NIMS-based accreditation program Increased integration of Security Phillips 66 Global IMAT

14 14 April 2012 Refining: 52 Transportation: 17 Staff: 15 Logistics Section Chief 4 Positions Service/Support Branch 3 Positions Resource Unit Leader/Staging Area Mgr 7 Positions Sit-Stat/Doc/Historian Unit Leader 6 Positions Environmental Unit Leader 8 Positions Comms. Unit Leader 6 Positions Operations Branch Directors 12 Positions Operations Section Chief 8 Positions Planning Section Chief 8 Positions Deputy Incident Commander 8 Positions Finance Section Chief 3 Positions Global IMAT Structure Safety Officer 8 Positions

15 15 Spokane 2012 Exercise East Washington (Idaho) Response Zone Plan Includes YPL (MT/ID Border to Moses Lake, WA), Parkwater (Spokane) and Moses Lake Terminals, North Spokane, Fairchild and Gieger Delivery Stations. Worst Case Discharge exercise Washington Department of Ecology (WA DOE) WAC 173 – 182 Worst Case Discharge (WCD) scenario: – MP 527.5 Northeast of Spokane, WA on the Spokane River – Quantity: 3,260 bbls – Product: Diesel

16 16 Spokane 2012 Exercise

17 17 Spokane 2012 Exercise

18 18 Spokane 2012 Exercise ~4.3 Miles Spokane Terminal MP 527.5 Spokane River

19 19 Monday, October 1 08:00 – 17:00 – NIMS 300 training – All Phillips 66 Transportation (TPTN) and Global IMAT members, Local, State & Federal Agency team members Tuesday, October 2 08:00 – 12:00 – NWACP overview, OSRO capabilities, Tier 1 and Tier 2 teams integration, exercise Resource Ordering & Tracking Process – 12:00 – 13:00 Lunch – 13:00 – 17:00 – Overview & Tour of Spokane area Phillips 66 assets and Spokane GRP sites applicable to the scenario Spokane 2012 Exercise

20 20 Wednesday, October 3 08:00 – 12:00 – NIMS 300 training continues – 12:00 – 13:00 Lunch – 13:00 – 17:00 – Initiate exercise (work to complete 201s) – Local Tier 1 team members – Local Agency Partners in Unified Command – TPTN IST (Virtual Support) – Will include 2 TPTN IST Briefings with Initial Tier 1 Team on site – Section Specific training – All other exercise participants Thursday, October 4 08:00 - ~16:00 – Tier 1 & Tier 2 integration, IAP development (Planning Cycle Process), Local Officials Brief, Press Briefing Exercise Debrief – 16:00 - 17:00 Phillips 66 TPTN Tier 1 and Global IMAT team dinner – 19:00 Spokane 2012 Exercise

21 21 Exercise Participants Phillips 66 Company - 86 TPTN Tier 1 (Local) Team – 12 TPTN Tier 1 Team – 29 TPTN Leadership Team – 6 Phillips 66 Global IMAT – 39 (11 are TPTN Members) Contractors - 24 The Response Group – 10 MSRC – 6 Able – 4 NRC – 4 Industry Peers – 7 XOM PL, Tidewater Barge, Shell, BP & Enbridge Spokane 2012 Exercise

22 22 Exercise Participants Spokane City & County - TBD Washington State (WA DOE) SOSC & Deputy - 2 EU & Staff – 2 Liaison - TBD JIC - TBD Webmaster – 1 Evaluators - 4 EPA Region 10 FOSC EU (SCAT) PIO Evaluator Spokane 2012 Exercise

23 23 Communication Systems Remote locations Unified Command Agency Jurisdiction Communication of current & planned status UC reporting to respective management Security Staging Areas Command Posts Response Challenges

24 24 Questions? Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program


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