E DESC AK PACOM POL CONF ver31

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Published on November 13, 2007

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Slide1:  Defense Energy Support Center ALASKA "Providing optimal arctic energy support... all the time!" Slide2:  AGENDA OVERVIEW OPERATION COOL BARGE OPERATION CLOSED PORT ALASKA REFINERIES NATIONAL MISSILE DEFENSE MILCON & MR&E STATUS ALASKA REMEDIATION DESC ALASKA ORGANIZATION:  DESC ALASKA ORGANIZATION Slide5:  Department of Defense USAF Elmendorf AFB Eielson AFB Eareckson AFB Galena AFS King Salmon AFS Kulis ANG Cape Newenham Cape Lisburne Cape Romanzof Tatalina (Site) Tin City (Site) Indian Mountain (Site) Sparrevohn (Site) Fort Yukon (Site) Clear AFS Anchorage IAP Fairbanks IAP Juneau IAP Kethikan IAP US Army Ft Greely Ft Wainwright Ft Richardson Seward Rec Resort Nome (ARNG) Juneau (ARNG) Bethel (ARNG) Bryant Army Air Field (ARNG) US Navy NAF ADAK Wales Federal Agencies US Coast Guard Kodiak Port Clarence Potato Point Attu Five Fingers St Paul Island Cape Decision Cape Spencer Cape Hichinbrook Homer Cordova Juneau Ketchikan Petersburg Shoal Cove Sitka Tok Valdez Dutch Harbor Seward FAA Bethel Chandalar Lake Cold Bay Cordova Fairbanks King Salmon Kotzebue Iliamna Nome Yukutat McGrath Moses Point National Park Service Bartlet Cove Gulkana Kotzebue Denali Nome Talkeetna GSA Fairbank Haines Juneau Ketchikan Nome Petersburg Skagway Tok BLM Glennallen Juneau Public Health Service Bethel Juneau Sitka Eek Toksook Bay Chevak NOAA Auke Bay Fairbanks Little Port Walter US Postal Service North Pole Forest Service Craig Juneau Portage Seward Sitka Thorne Bay Bureau of Indian Affairs Akiak McGrath Sterling Landing Goodnews Bay Kipnuk (37) Mekoryuk (5) Newtok (4) Platinum Toksook Bay Ugashik (8) Brevig Mission Chevak Diomede (3) Gambell (2) Sovoonga (3) Shismaref Teller (2) Wales (2) Buckland Deering Kiana (3) Noorvik (4) OAS Fairbanks Ft. Yukon Galena Federal Weather Service Bethel CUSTOMERS (120 LOCATIONS/SITES) Slide6:  AIR FORCE 72.3 % COOL BARGE 5.5 % ARMY 1.7 % COAST GUARD/ NAVY 8.0 % CLOSE PORT .6 % TOTAL 2001: 2,742,781 BARRELS 12 % INCREASE OVER 2000 PC&S PROGRAM 12.0 % INVENTORY MANAGEMENT FAS CAPITALIZATION STATUS PHASE IIB:  FAS CAPITALIZATION STATUS PHASE IIB Slide8:  Storage Contracts: 1 Barrels Capacity: 415,000 Total Contract Value/YR: $2,883,310 Into-Plane Contracts: 4 Gallons Total: 1,780,000 Contracts Value: $2,196,255 Bunker Fuel Contracts: 8 Barrels Total: 135,351 Contracts Value: $5,058,893 PC&S Contracts: 16 Locations: 85 Gallons Total: 58,425,5000 Contracts Value: $74,035,576 Bulk Procurement Contract: 4 Barrels Total: 21,803,571 Contracts Value: $83,561,026 AOR Total Contract Value: $ 164,851,750 CONTRACT SUMMARY Slide9:  CARIBOU HERD AT GALENA AFS Slide10:  DELIVERY TO EARECKSON AFS, ATTU COAST GUARD STATION, KING SALMON AFS CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENT LIMITED DELIVERY WINDOW (MAY – SEPTEMBER) 2002 BARGE SEASON TOTAL DELIVERED 181,776 BBLS 4,894 BBLS DF2 176,626 BBLS JP8 256 BBLS MUR OPERATION COOL BARGE: RESUPPLY ALEUTIAN ISLANDS Slide11:  OPERATION CLOSE PORT: RESUPPLY GALENA PRODUCT MOVED FROM NORTH POLE REFINERY TO NENANA, AK VIA TRUCK TRUCKS DISCHARGE DIRECTLY TO BARGES BARGES MOVE DOWN TANANA RIVER (130 MILES) TO YUKON RIVER SHALLOW BARGES LIGHTER TO LARGE RIVER BARGES AND RETURN TO NENANA FOR MORE PRODUCT LARGE BARGES MOVE DOWN YUKON RIVER TO GALENA (170 MILES) TO DISCHARGE RETURN TO TANANA FOR LIGHTERING Slide12:  TESORO REFINERY NORMAL RUN MBBLS/DAY: GAS 14; DIST 26 4 (84% of Max) STORAGE CRUDE : 590 MBBL CRUDE SOURCE: 50% AK (Cook Inlet); 50% Foreign sources PRIMARY PRODUCTS (MIL): JET A, JET B, DF2, MUR FINISHED PRODUCT STORAGE (MBBLS): GAS 850, DIST 634 NORMAL RUN MBBLS/DAY: DIST 4.2 STORAGE CRUDE: 10 MBBL CRUDE SOURCE: 100% NORTH SLOPE PRIMARY PRODUCTS (MIL): JP8, DFA, JP5 FINISHED PRODUCT STORAGE (MBBLS): 37.5 PETRO STAR REFINERY, VALDEZ WILLIAMS ENERGY REFINERY NORTH POLE NORMAL RUN MBBLS/DAY: GAS 11.4; DIST 48 (39 MBBL IS FOR AVIATION) STORAGE CRUDE: 144 MBBLS CRUDE SOURCE: 100% NORTH SLOPE PRIMARY PRODUCTS (MIL): JP8, JP4, DFA, MUR FINISHED PRODUCT STORAGE (MBBLS): GAS 255 ; DIST 651 PETRO STAR REFINERY NORTH POLE NORMAL RUN MBBLS/DAY: DIST 12 STORAGE CRUDE: 20 MBBLS CRUDE SOURCE: 100% NORTH SLOPE PRIMARY PRODUCTS (MIL): JP8, DF2, DFA FINISHED PRODUCT STORAGE (MBBLS): DIST 428 ALASKAN REFINERY CAPABILITIES Slide13:  TRANS ALASKA PIPELINE MARINE TERMINAL PRUDHOE BAY FAIRBANKS ANCHORAGE VALDEZ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 PUMP STATION 11 RELIEF STATION NO PUMPS INSTALLED 5 NOT IN USE NOT IN USE PIPELINE LENGTH: 800 MILES DIAMETER: 48 INCHES YEAR COMPLETED: 1977 AVG THROUGHPUT: 365,707,875 BBL PIPELINE INFORMATION MARINE TERMINAL INFORMATION TOTAL AREA: 1,000 ACRES CRUDE OIL TANKS: 18 (510,000 BBLS) TOTAL CAPACITY: 9.18 MIL BBL BERTHS: 3 FIXED, 1 FLOATING LOADING RATE: 100,000 BBL/HR FIXED 80,000 BBL/HR FLOATING Slide14:  GROUND BASED MISSILE TESTBED IN ALASKA Shemya Ft Greely Kodiak Slide15:  NATIONAL MISSILE DEFENSE FORT GREELY EARECKSON AFS 1996 BRAC LIST POOR POL INFRASTRUCTURE MISSILE DEFENSE WILL RUN BASE OPERATIONS MR&E PROJECTS DEVELOPING SITE REQUIREMENTS (X BAND RADAR) UPGRADE CURRENT POWER/HEATING FACILITY INCREASED FUEL CONSUMPTION Slide16:  Est. Cost (Million) FY00 Elmendorf Replace Hydrant System (DLA), North (Ph 2) 13.7 FY02 Eielson Bulk Jet Fuel Storage Tank (1x100Mbbl) 7.5 FY04 Eielson Hydrant Fuel System Type III system 21.6 Slide17:  Total = 30 Projects @ $10.3 Million FORT WAINWRIGHT 7% FORT GREELY 6% BRAYANT ARMY AIR FIELD (AKARNG) 6% EIELSON AFB 24% ELMENDORF AFB 13% EARECKSON AFS 44% MR&E PROJECTS (FY00 – FY02) FUNDED MR&E PROJECTS Slide18:  MR&E PROJECTS (FY00 – FY02) LOCATION PROJECTS FUNDED Eielson AFB 16 $4,616,100 Elmendorf AFB 2 $1,295,615 Eareckson AFS 7 $2,490,000 Galena AFS 0 0 King Salmon AFS 0 0 Fort Wainwright 2 $679,000 Fort Greely 2 $637,859 Bryant Army Air Field Fort Richardson (AKARNG) 1 $628,000 TOTAL 30 $10,346,574 Slide19:  ALASKA REMEDIATION PROJECTS DFSP ANCHORAGE DFSP WHITTIER INDIAN BOOSTER PUMP STATION REMOVED ALL TANKS REMEDIATED OVER 75 % OF PROPERTY AWAITING ADEC APPROVAL FOR ‘RECORD OF DECISION’ AND LONG TERM MONITORING 1993 SPILL (37,000 GALLONS JP8) RECOVERED 31,000 GALLONS REMEDIATED SITE ADEC REVIEWING NO FURTHER REMEDIAL ACTION LETTER FOR SITE (CURRENTLY OUT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT) ACTIVE STEAM/AIR SPARGING & VAPOR EXTRACTION SYSTEM REMEDIATING SITE ANTICIPATE 5 YEAR ACTIVE REMEDIATION Slide20:  ALASKA RESPONSE PLANNING STANDARDS ADEC ADOPTED NEW REGULATION THAT REQUIRES FACILITIES HAVE ENOUGH ON SITE STORAGE IN 48 HOURS TO CONTAIN THE LARGEST TANK ADEC ALLOWS ‘CREDITS’ FOR PREVENTATIVE MEASURES SUCH AS: HIGH LEVEL ALARMS, AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF VALVES, LINED CONTAINMENT DIKES NEGOTIATIONS REQUIRED BY EACH BASE WITH ADEC ON ‘CREDITS’ AND QUANTITY OF STORAGE REQUIRED POTENTIAL IMPACT IF BASES REQUIRED TO USE CURRENT STORAGE TO MEET REQUIREMENT (i.e., GALENA TANK 42 RETURN TO SERVICE)

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