A Collaborative Effort By: Team RRC Emergency Management Homeland Security Scope of Jurisdiction 278,882 Active Wells: Oil wells Gas wells Water flood injection wells CO2 injection wells Disposal wells 117,163 Inactive Wells Scope of Jurisdiction 313,657 Miles of Intrastate Pipelines Oil and Gas Gathering Pipelines Natural Gas Transmission Pipelines Crude Oil Transmission Pipelines Product Pipelines Gasoline, Diesel, Jet Fuel, LPG, HVL Acetate, Propylene, Ammonia Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, etc. Natural Gas Distribution Pipelines Private Municipal Rural Scope of Jurisdiction Natural Gas Processing Plants 4,800 Facilities Cryogenic Plants Refrigeration Plants Treating Plants: H2S, CO2 Compression Liquids Fractionation Plants Dehydration, JT Plants, Drips Scope of Jurisdiction Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) 57,000 Installations Ethane Propane Butane Iso-Butane Pentanes + Scope of Jurisdiction Above Ground Storage Tank Farms Tank Batteries Underground Storage Crude oil Natural Gas Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Scope of Jurisdiction Mines Lignite Coal Surface Mining Uranium Exploration Boreholes EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Texas Emergency Management Plan Annex L - Energy Primary Agency Public Utility Commission of Texas Support Agencies Railroad Commission of Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts (SECO) EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Support Agency Annex L - Energy Annex I Public Information Annex N Direction and Control Annex P Hazard Mitigation Annex Q Hazmat and Oil Spill Annex S Transportation EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Resources SOC Team (State Operations Center) Lead – SOC 1st Call 10 Alternates X-Map District Offices - 11 225 Field Inspectors 234 Vehicles Toughbook Computers with X-Map Cell Phones Access to Oil and Gas Leases TEXAS RAILROAD COMMISSION EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SOC Lead Preparedness Table top Exercise - N. Texas Winter Storm Interstate Exercise - Drought/Terrorism Intrastate Exercise - Winter Storm/Cyber Attack Update X-Map Layers of O&G Infrastructure Update SOC Team Procedures Update Phone Lists Train SOC Team EMERGENCY RESPONSE Texas Energy Reliability Council (TERC) Producers Intrastate Natural Gas Pipelines Natural Gas Processors Natural Gas Distributors ERCOT PUC and RRC EMERGENCY RESPONSE RRC Players: SOC TEAM Lead and Alternates Monitors weather, WebEOC and Daily SOC Reports Communicates with TERC Liaison about natural gas supply, facility operations and service restoration Prepares Incident Situation Reports TERC Liaison and Alternates Communicates with TERC membership Monitors Natural Gas Supply Monitors Facility Damage Emergency Communications Coordinator EMERGENCY RESPONSE RRC Resources: Texas Division of Emergency Management Texas Oil and Gas Association Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Texas Pipeline Association State Fuel Team EMERGENCY RESPONSE X-Map CI/KR Layers: Oil and Gas Wells Intrastate & Interstate Pipelines LPG, LNG, CNG Installations Gas Processing Plants & Compressors Natural Gas Distribution Areas Above Ground Storage Underground Storage State Offshore Locations Refineries Coal Mines “Homeland Secure” EMERGENCY RESPONSE X-Map CI/KR Layer Attributes: Owner Information Contact Information Location information Description of Facility Size of Facility “Homeland Secure” EMERGENCY RESPONSE RRC Action: Communicate with TDEM Monitor Supply and Disruption of Supply Emergency Operating Plans Curtailment Plans Emergency Response Process Monitor Restoration of Service HOMELAND SECURITY Responsibilities: Texas Homeland Security Council Member Lead Agency for certain safety and environmental threats resulting from the exploration, development, and production of oil, gas or geothermal resources Homeland Security Implementation Planning Initiatives Cyber Security Workshop for Oil and Gas Industry TDEM Critical Infrastructure/Key Resource Database Department of Defense Energy Resilience Study SPECIAL PROJECTS FERC/NERC investigation report of the February 2011 winter storm and rolling black outs. ERCOT Gas Curtailment Risk Study and Data Request Impact of the West Texas Desert Sagebrush Lizard “utilized CI/KR X-Map Layers” Attendance at 2011 API Cyber Security Conference SPECIAL PROJECTS Attendance and Participation at the 2011 Texas Emergency Management Conference Development of the draft 2011 Texas Energy Assurance Plan Development of a Natural Gas Supply Disruption Tracking Plan Attendance and Participation at TDEM’s FY-12 State Training and Exercise Planning Workshop In conclusion, the RRC has jurisdiction over substantial critical O&G infrastructure in the state of Texas. We have emergency response procedures in place that engage our SOC Team and district offices as needed. Finally, we participate in numerous special projects, meetings and exercises that are focused on Emergency Management and Homeland Security. Questions?