3 About Phillips 66 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 About Phillips 66 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 company’s heavy and clean products.Truck and RailPhillips 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.
5 Transportation has operations in 18 states About Phillips 66Transportation has operations in 18 states
6 Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program EPR&S47 ER Plans, 500+ first responders17+ facilitated worst case drills/training annually25+ self-facilitated table top drills annuallyMajor drills annually with Global IMAT deploymentBackgroundP&T – 5 DivisionsTruck & Rail StaffSupport Staffs in Houston
8 Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program Emergency Response TeamsTier 1Incident initial response (with Contractor & Agency)Safety, isolation, containment, assessmentIncident Command establishedIncident Support Team (IST) - Division & Core ISTSupport appropriate level of responseSupport field staffProvide/assist with resourcesAssist with notificationsPrepare for transition support from TPTN Tier 1 TeamPrepare for transition of Tier 2 support if required
9 Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program Incident Support Team - ISTSupport the Division TeamsProvide technical and business related support as requested or requiredSupport staffEng & Projects (Integrity and Projects Personnel)LogisticsHSECommunicationsetcTransition to Crisis Management Support Team (CMST) roles in the event of CMST activation
10 Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program IST MembersDivision StaffingIST MembersHouston &Virtual ConnectionICPIAP SoftwareInitial IAP(Incident Action Plan)can be printed to network printer at ICP if availableIAP Software can be utilized with Outlook “Meeting Place” tool to conduct:IST Briefing201 BriefingIST Briefing201 Briefing
11 Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program CM PlanCrisis Management Team & Crisis Management Support TeamTier 3Regional Response Teams (IMATs)Tier 2Transportation Tier One TeamsTier 1Site Plans & Facility Response TeamsPlanning & Preparedness
12 Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program Transportation Tier One TeamsSite Plans & Facility Response TeamsTransportation Tier 1 Responders*Transportation IST SME’sTransportation Tier 1 Division SupportTransportation Tier 1 TeamTransportation ISTIncludes Co-Located or Nearby Phillips 66Business Unit Team Members
13 Phillips 66 Global IMATTeam restructured based on Phillips 66 Company Risk PortfolioSmaller, more highly-skilled core teamIncreased leveraging of Functional Support Plan’sAdoption of NIMS-based accreditation programIncreased integration of SecurityRobBenefitsSmaller, more highly-skilled core team and leveraging of increased use of FSP’sReduced turnover rate due to nature of team staffingReduced training and travel burden on business unit and staffsMake-up of specialist roles from FSPsMinimal ICS training required for roleIncreased use of technologyVirtual IAP software training, CBTs, webinar, online NIMSTier 1 exercises supported by GIMAT creditedCombination of training and drills due to increased skill level of persons on team and increased use of technology13
14 Global IMAT Structure Refining: 52 Transportation: 17 Staff: 15 Deputy Incident Commander8 PositionsSafety Officer8 PositionsFinance Section Chief3 PositionsPlanning Section Chief8 PositionsOperations Section Chief8 PositionsLogistics Section Chief4 PositionsSit-Stat/Doc/Historian Unit Leader6 PositionsService/Support Branch3 PositionsRobComms. Unit Leader6 PositionsResource Unit Leader/Staging Area Mgr7 PositionsOperations Branch Directors12 PositionsEnvironmental Unit Leader8 PositionsRefining: Transportation: Staff: 15April 201214
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 exerciseWashington Department of Ecology (WA DOE) WAC 173 – 182 Worst Case Discharge (WCD) scenario:MP Northeast of Spokane, WA on the Spokane RiverQuantity: 3,260 bblsProduct: Diesel
18 Spokane 2012 Exercise Spokane River MP 527.5 ~4.3 Miles Spokane Terminal
19 Spokane 2012 Exercise Monday, October 1 Tuesday, October 2 08:00 – 17:00NIMS 300 trainingAll Phillips 66 Transportation (TPTN) and Global IMAT members, Local, State & Federal Agency team membersTuesday, October 208:00 – 12:00NWACP overview, OSRO capabilities, Tier 1 and Tier 2 teams integration, exercise Resource Ordering & Tracking Process12:00 – 13:00 Lunch13:00 – 17:00Overview & Tour of Spokane area Phillips 66 assets and Spokane GRP sites applicable to the scenario
20 Spokane 2012 Exercise Wednesday, October 3 Thursday, October 4 08:00 – 12:00NIMS 300 training continues12:00 – 13:00 Lunch13:00 – 17:00Initiate exercise (work to complete 201’s)Local Tier 1 team membersLocal Agency Partners in Unified CommandTPTN IST (Virtual Support)Will include 2 TPTN IST Briefings with Initial Tier 1 Team on siteSection Specific trainingAll other exercise participantsThursday, October 408:00 - ~16:00Tier 1 & Tier 2 integration, IAP development (Planning Cycle Process), Local Officials Brief, Press BriefingExercise Debrief – 16: :00Phillips 66 TPTN Tier 1 and Global IMAT team dinner – 19:00
21 Exercise Participants Spokane 2012 ExerciseExercise ParticipantsPhillips 66 Company - 86TPTN Tier 1 (Local) Team – 12TPTN Tier 1 Team – 29TPTN Leadership Team – 6Phillips 66 Global IMAT – 39 (11 are TPTN Members)Contractors - 24The Response Group – 10MSRC – 6Able – 4NRC – 4Industry Peers – 7XOM PL, Tidewater Barge, Shell, BP & Enbridge
22 Exercise Participants Spokane 2012 ExerciseExercise ParticipantsSpokane City & County - TBDWashington State (WA DOE)SOSC & Deputy - 2EU & Staff – 2Liaison - TBDJIC - TBDWebmaster – 1Evaluators - 4EPA Region 10FOSCEU (SCAT)PIOEvaluator
23 Response Challenges Communication Systems Unified Command Remote locationsUnified CommandAgency JurisdictionCommunication of current & planned statusUC reporting to respective managementSecurityStaging AreasCommand Posts
24 Phillips 66 Transportation ER Program Questions?
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