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Internal TigerSwan Situation Report 2016-11-17

Jun. 3 2017 — 3:25p.m.

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igerSwan I I Solutlons tn DAPL SITREP 066 John Porter ENERGY TRANSFER INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE. DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS.

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND RECIPIENTS The Highlights HDD equipment is now emplaced on the east side of the Missouri River in ND. This presence of the equipment on both sides of the river may motivate the activists to more extreme measures. The Des Moines River and Indian Creek HDDs remain probable protest targets for the activists in IA. The Details A. North Dakota i. Intel Update a. I?v'lyron Dewey posted a video from a drone over the HDD site showing the presence of the drilling equipment. Protesters were likely unaware of the equipment delivery until he produced the video evidence. This will demoralize protesters in the short term but may motivate them to take more actions in order to stop drilling operations. The Standing Rock Tribal Council voted 10-0 to expel the Red Warrior Group from the camps. The actual expulsion of the group cannot yet be con?rmed. Tensions are at an ALL time high as DAPL workers continue efforts on the ROW by the HDD sites. Past 24 Hours a. Construction was NOT interrupted by protester activities in the last 24hrs. b. Drilling equipment delivered to the east HDD site without incident. c. Completed north hesco wall along the pullback pipe at the west HDD site. d. Continued to reinforce east side HDD site Ihescos are 100% complete, wire is 730% complete}. e. Wire laid around valve sites all the way to Interstate 94, except AR 106 due to construction issues. f. Protesters formed a 42-vehicle convoy and went to the Bank of North Dakota in Bismarck to protest and the marched to Fraine Barracks. g. Protesters charted a flight on a ?x-wing aircraft from the Mandan Municipal Airport and flew over the ROW, HDD sites, and the camps in violation of the temporary ?ight restriction. Next 24 Hours a. I?v'laintain security efforts around both HDD sites, valve sites, and escort work crews. b. Continue to reinforce the east HDD site. c. Parallel planning continues with law enforcement to secure the HDD sites. d. Bridge on Hwy 1806 north of the camps will remain closed per law enforcement B. Iowa TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners

INFORIVIATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS i. Intel Update a. IVIS shared a video with Erin Brockovich via Facebook to further their message. b. The two activists arrested on 15 NOV finally posted bail. MS is urging supporters to call the Boone County Attorney "to that these peaceful water protectors are being held on absurd charges excessive bonds for their nonviolent acts of service in defense of the land, water, and life!? c. Ed Fallon posted a response from Iowa Sen atorJoni Ernst in which she explains the oil in the DAPL pipeline will merely transit through Iowa. Fallon questions whether this is "an admission that the oil flowing through Iowa is not for our con sumption,? and "If so, how can this pipeline be defined as a public purposeeminent domain be justi?ed?? ii. Past 24 Hours a. Security has heard gunfire recently near the DSIVI HDD site. The source is likely a nearby hunter. b. A man on took pictures at the DSM HDD site. Security recorded his license plate. c. Evaluated physical security at the DSIVI HDD. d. Escorted VIPs to the I-35 Pump Station and to the Des Moines River HDD site. Next 24 Hours a. Evaluate security at the Indian Creek HDD C. Illinois i. Intel Update a. Th ere continues to be no known protests or direct action threats against the pipeline in the IL. b. Known organizations and POIs continue to be monitored in an effort to predict any direct actions against the project. ii. Past 24 Hours a. Continued link analysis between organization that contribute to anti-DAPL movement. b. ?Day of Action? data collections and cataloging continued. c. Visited and assessed the Kaskaskia River HDD site. Next 24 Hours a. Continue to provide predictors for direct action in the IL. b. Prepare for weekend surveillance camera operations. D. South Dakota i. Intel Update a. The Daily Plainsm an covered Robert Kennedy Jr.?s support for the NoDapI movement and Corps of Engineers various delays to the project. ii. Past 24 Hours TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 2

TigerSwan INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND RECIPIENTS a. Three securityr personnel shifted to Iowa to support operations at the DSM HD D. Next 24 Hou rs a. b. Securityr will escort electricians as able due to limited personnel. Rovers will now be based at the Pump Station in order to provide securitvr and will act as ORF. PM will be moving to Sioux Falls, SD from Huron, SD as the work continues to move south. Prepared for Energyr Transfer Partners 3

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