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Energy Assurance Plan

Recovery Act – Energy Assurance Planning – State of Louisiana


WORK PERFORMED UNDER AGREEMENT

DE-0E0000077


SUBMITTED BY

Louisiana Department of Natural Resources

P O Box 94396

Baton Rouge, LA 70804


PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

Chris Knotts

225-342-1275

Chris.Knotts@la.gov


SUBMITTED TO

U. S. Department of Energy

National Energy Technology Laboratory

Katherine T. Kweder

304-285-4039





Contents


Explanation of Terms 1

BCD Barrels per Calendar Day 1

BEOC Business Emergency Operations Center 1

DNR Louisiana Department of Natural Resources 2

EIA Energy Information Administration 2

EMS Energy Management Systems 2

EOC Emergency Operations Center 2

EPA Environmental Protection Agency 2

ESDTP Energy Supply Disruption and Tracking Process 2

ESF Emergency Support Function 2

HERO Home Energy Rebate Option 2

IEA International Energy Agency 2

ITGA Information Technology and Geographical Analyst Team 2

LDAF Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry 2

LED Louisiana Economic Development 2

LNG Liquefied Natural Gas 2

LOOP Louisiana Offshore Oil Port 2

LPSC Louisiana Public Service Commission 2

MBD millions of barrels per day 2

MCF millions of cubic feet 2

NASEO National Association of State Energy Officials 2

NIMSAT National Incident Management Systems and Advanced Technologies 2

Executive Summary 2

Introduction 4

Louisiana Energy Overview 5

Historical Disruptions to the Louisiana Energy Profile 15

Private Energy Producers, Largest Consumers, Associations and their Interaction with the State 22

Management Decision Process 28

Public Information Program 31

Energy Emergency Response Plans 32

Linkages to Other Response Plans and Procedures 41

Linkages to Non-Government Private Sector Plans and Procedures and Coordination with the Private Sector 41

Enhancing the Resiliency and Protecting Critical Energy Infrastructure 41

Appendix A: Revised ESF 12 Energy and Utilities Annex 44

Appendix B: Unified Command Structure 48

Appendix C: LA BEOC Organization 50

Appendix D: Business Disruption Survey 51

Appendix E: Executive Order BJ 08-32 and Amendment BJ 08-94 53

Appendix F: Office of Information Technology Policy 62

Appendix G: Louisiana Public Service Commission Organization Chart 64

Appendix H: Louisiana Fuel Team Playbook 65

I.PURPOSE 65

III.CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS 67

IV.LOUISIANA FUEL TEAM 68

V.ONGOING PLANNING AND PREPARATION 68

VI.ACTIVATION EVENT OPERATIONS PLANNING 72

H-120 to 48 Hours to landfall 73

LDNR Fuel Team Members and Duties: 73

Fuel Team Coordinator and/or Project Manager 73

H-48 to 24 Hours to landfall 77

H-24 to +24 Hours 79

Attachment A.2 – Understanding Diesel Fuel Requirements 95

APPENDIX C. Fuel Transportation in Emergency Events 98

APPENDIX E. PUBLIC INPUT WEBSITE INFORMATION 112

ATTACHMENT F.2 Instructions for Use of DNR Google Maps API Web Site for Collecting Data on Open and Closed Gasoline Stations from the Parish EOCs 119



Explanation of Terms


BCD Barrels per Calendar Day

BEOC Business Emergency Operations Center


BERG Business Expansion and Retention Group

DEQ Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality

DHS Department of Homeland Security

DNR Louisiana Department of Natural Resources

EIA Energy Information Administration

EMS Energy Management Systems

EOC Emergency Operations Center

EPA Environmental Protection Agency

ESDTP Energy Supply Disruption and Tracking Process

ESF Emergency Support Function


FERC Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

GOHSEP Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness


HERO Home Energy Rebate Option

IEA International Energy Agency

ITGA Information Technology and Geographical Analyst Team

LDAF Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry

LED Louisiana Economic Development

LNG Liquefied Natural Gas

LOOP Louisiana Offshore Oil Port

LPSC Louisiana Public Service Commission

MBD millions of barrels per day

MCF millions of cubic feet

NASEO National Association of State Energy Officials

NIMSAT National Incident Management Systems and Advanced Technologies


NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology

NYMEX New York Mercantile Exchange

OCS Outer Continental Shelf

OEP Office of Emergency Preparedness

PSA Protective Security Advisors

RBAC Role –based Access Control

SDMI Stephenson Disaster Management Institute

SCADA Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

SIEC Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee
SOP Standard Operating Procedures

SPR Strategic Petroleum Reserve

TBTU Trillion British Thermal Units

UCG Unified Command Group

US United States of America

Executive Summary

Louisiana is a significant exporter of fuel and energy in the United States. As such, the extensive oil, gas, refinery, and petrochemical infrastructure within the state define a very different energy profile than most other states. Almost all of the energy consumed in Louisiana is produced within the state, making this infrastructure particularly critical to the state’s energy assurance.

Hurricanes are the single most consistent high-probability, high-impact threat to the state’s energy profile and energy assurance. In the last seven years alone, with Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005, and Gustav and Ike in 2008, the state has suffered more deaths, property damage, and historical power outages, and has seen the largest evacuations in the nation to date. Hurricanes threaten life and property, and cause preemptive business interruptions and large scale citizen evacuations. In Louisiana, hurricanes also cause preemptive shutdown of the nationally significant petrochemical infrastructure component of the state’s energy profile, causing impacts to Louisiana to be felt throughout the nation.

Louisiana has built a sophisticated and resilient set of public private partnerships to enhance energy assurance, particularly in emergency situations. The Louisiana Fuel Team, a cooperative effort between the state Department of Natural Resources and industry and trade organizations, has developed a detailed Play Book particularly focused on emergency evacuation fuel. With the Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center, the state has built processes for more effective communication between industry and government. These organizations, working cooperatively with the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and the state Emergency Operations Center, and with academic partners at the National Incident Management Systems and Advanced Technologies (NIMSAT) Institute, make for a highly effective team in providing energy assurance to the state.




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