Security In 2005, we formally integrated security expectations into our Operations Integrity Management System. This integration has served to more deeply embed security into day-to-day operations. In addition, we formed a corporate security network to help ensure consistent application of initiatives and programs worldwide. Security awareness and training were further strengthened in 2005 by the rollout of the "Security Is Everybody’s Business" campaign, supplemented by the identification and training of site security contacts throughout the Corporation. Consistent worldwide security metrics have been defined and are being utilized by the businesses. This has helped reinforce our expectation that security be managed and monitored as rigorously as we do all other aspects of operations integrity. Our security managers actively participate in governmental and industry forums to develop and enhance our risk-management methodologies, threat-assessment capabilities, and technical security applications. Improvements are being implemented at many sites consistent with baseline countermeasures that have been defined for each facility via application of a facility security exposure matrix. Security measures take into account perceived risks, the practicality of potential countermeasures, and relationships with the communities in which we operate. Baton Rouge Area collaborates with a number of agencies to enhance security. Our facilities are regulated by the U.S. Coast Guard through the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) (2002). The act requires that a Facility Security Plan be developed, which encompasses training, drills, exercises and other security measures. We also encourage our neighbors to help us ensure our security. Please beware of persons photographing our facilities or loitering around our facilities for extended periods of time. If you encounter any of the above, please call the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office at 225-389-5000 or the Baton Rouge City Police at 225-389-3800.