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    ................................................................................................. Enterprise Crude Pipeline LLC

    COMPANY INFORMATION, ASSETS & PRODUCTS TRANSPORTED

    The Enterprise Crude pipeline system gathers and transports crude oil primarily to refineries, centralized storage terminals and connecting pipelines in Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas.

    In Texas, Enterprise operates the Red River Gathering System which transports crude oil in North Texas to and from south-ern Oklahoma. This system contains ap-proximately 530 miles of pipelines ranging in diameter from 4 to 8.

    Enterprise also operates the Seaway Pipeline, which is a 500-mile, 30 diameter pipeline which transports crude oil from Oklahoma to the Gulf Coast region. In addition, a second 30-inch pipeline paral-lels the existing Seaway line transporting crude oil from Oklahoma to the Gulf Coast region. For additional information on En-terprise, visit www.enterpriseproducts.com.

    LOCATING ENTERPRISE CRUDE PIPELINES PIPELINE VIEWER TOOL

    To find specific information regarding location, size and products transported in our pipelines within one (1) mile of a specific address, visit our website at: www.enterpriseproducts.com/pipeline-safety/pipeline-viewer. Please note the asset map and pipeline viewer tool are for informational purposes only.

    EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN

    An Emergency Response Plan is devel-oped for each pipeline facility to contain, control and mitigate the various types of

    emergency conditions/situations that could occur at one of our facilities. For more in-formation regarding Enterprise Crude emergency response plans and proce-dures, contact us at [email protected]

    EMERGENCY RESPONSE CAPABILITIES

    The Companys qualified personnel are trained in safe operations and emergency response activities and participate in ex-ercises reflecting various types of emer-gency scenarios and environmental sen-sitivities. The Company utilizes the First Responder/Emergency Response Team concept to handle emergency incidents at its facilities. Employees receive hands on training in fire fighting, hazardous material spill response and rescue/medical/first aid training. In addition, we maintain a well trained team of employees from various Company locations as members of the Corporate Emergency Organization. This team, as well as an array of emergency response equipment (including, but not limited to, cell phones, fire extinguisher, supplied breathing air, and air monitoring equipment), can be mobilized and de-ployed to assist in handling emergency situations that may occur at a Company facility or pipeline location.

    Enterprise Crude utilizes its 24-hour/365 day a year, Pipeline Operations Control Center (888-883-6308) as a hub of com-munications in emergency response situ-ations. Our manned control center moni-tors the flow, pressure, temperatures, and other conditions throughout the pipeline systems and is an integral part of our com-munication during emergency situations.

    ENTERPRISE CRUDES RESPONSE IN AN EMERGENCY

    We will immediately dispatch person-nel to help handle the emergency at the site.

    We will provide information to public safety officials to aid in their response to the emergency.

    We will take necessary operating actions such as closing and opening valves to minimize the impact of the leak.

    EMERGENCY CONTACT:1-888-883-6308

    PRODUCTS/DOT GUIDEBOOK ID#/GUIDE#:

    Crude Oil 1267 128

    TEXASCOUNTIES OF OPERATION:

    _______________________________________Changes may occur. Contact the operator to discuss their pipeline systems and areas of operation.

    AndrewsArcherAtascosaAustinBastropBeeBrazoriaBrazosCaldwellChambersClayCollinColoradoCookeCraneDe WittEctorFayetteFort BendFreestoneGainesGalvestonGonzalesGraysonGrimesGuadalupeHardemanHarrisHendersonHoustonJackJacksonJeffersonKarnes

    KaufmanLa SalleLavacaLeeLeonLibertyLimestoneLive OakLovingMadisonMartinMatagordaMidlandMitchellMontagueMontgomeryNavarroPalo PintoReevesRefugioRobertsonRockwallScurryUptonWallerWardWhartonWichitaWilbargerWilsonWinklerWiseYoung

    1100 LouisianaHouston, TX 77002

    Website: www.enterpriseproducts.com

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    Enterprise Crude Pipeline LLC ................................................................................................

    Public safety personnel and others un-familiar with the pipeline should not at-tempt to operate any of the valves on the pipeline, unless instructed to do so by Enterprise Crude personnel. Improp-er operation of the pipeline valves could make the situation worse and cause other accidents to happen.

    INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM

    Enterprise Crude utilizes an expandable Incident Command System. Depending upon the size and complexity of an inci-dent, additional Company or contract per-sonnel may be added as needed. Addi-tional federal, state or local agencies may be integrated into the Incident Command System by utilizing a Unified Command Structure.

    SPILL RESPONSE EQUIPMENT CAPABILITIES

    We maintain emergency response equip-ment at some of our facilities. We also have agreements with various oil spill response organizations to provide the appropriate level of response with spill response equipment including trailers containing spill booms, sorbent materials, boats, motors, hand tools, power tools, pumps, hoses, personal protective equip-ment, first aid and miscellaneous sup-plies. These companies also have expert personnel trained in emergency response and cleanup methods.

    CONTACTS

    Richard Daves4500 E. Highway 80Midland, TX 79706Phone: 432-813-2786Email: [email protected]

    Counties of responsibility: Andrews, Ector, Gaines, Loving, Martin, Midland, Reeves, Ward, Winkler

    Kelly Edwards4500 E. Highway 80Midland, TX 79706Phone: 432-556-7479 Email: [email protected]

    Counties of responsibility: Crane, Ector, Loving, Martin, Midland, Mitchell, Reeves, Scurry, Upton, Ward, Winkler

    Billy Yeung Vee Kao6849 1/2 East Sam Houston Parkway S.Houston, TX 77034Phone: 713-852-6005Email: [email protected]

    Counties of responsibility: Brazoria, Chambers, Galveston, Harris, Jefferson, Liberty

    David Hanks13688 State Highway 240Electra, TX 76360Phone: 940-495-8102 Email: [email protected]

    Counties of responsibility: Archer, Clay, Cooke, Grayson, Hardeman, Jack, Montague, Palo Pinto, Wichita, Wilbarger, Wise, Young

    Gerald Roever4500 E. Highway 80Midland, TX 79706Phone: 432-221-7705 Email: [email protected]

    Counties of responsibility: Andrews, Crane, Ector, Gaines, Loving, Martin, Midland, Mitchell, Reeves, Scurry, Upton, Ward, Winkler

    Jimmy Nealy15602 Jacintoport Blvd. Houston, TX 77015Phone: 281-860-4736Email: [email protected]

    Counties of responsibility: Harris

    Mike Retif6849 E Sam Houston Pkwy SouthHouston, TX 77034Phone: 713-852-6003Email: [email protected]

    Counties of responsibility: Atascosa, Austin, Bee, Brazoria, Colorado, DeWitt, Fayette, Fort Bend, Galveston, Gonzales, Harris, Jackson, Karnes, Lavaca, Live Oak, Waller, Wharton, Wilson

    Paul Goolsby360 FCR 691Teague, TX 75860Phone: 254-359-2105 Email: [email protected]

    Counties of responsibility: Brazoria, Brazos, Collin, Fort Bend, Freestone, Grayson, Grimes, Harris, Henderson, Houston, Kaufman, Leon, Limestone, Madison, Montgomery, Navarro, Robertson, Rockwall, Waller

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