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Internal TigerSwan Situation Report 2016-11-21

Jun. 3 2017 — 3:25p.m.

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. lgerSWan . . Solutlons tn Uncertamty? DAPL SITREP 070 - Jothorter ENERGY TRANSFER INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE. DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS.

INFORIVIATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS The Highlights The protestors in ND began a protest at the north bridge on HWY 1806 that lasted into the late evening. The protestors disregarded continuous requests from LE to vacate the area, resulting in the persistent use of several non-lethal riot control measures. The use of these measures incensed the crowd, but LE managed to hold the line until the demonstrations died down around midnight. The protestors are claiming over 100 injuries associated with the demonstration and will surely contort video of the event into anti-DAPL propaganda. The HDD crew at Indian Creek in IA finished their pipe pull yesterday. Once workers removed the work site, the DSM River HDD will become the sole capital target for the protestors in IA. The Details A. North Dakota I. Intel Update a. The protesters appear to have a boat they use for security on the water ways. b. Camp 2 appears to have shrunk approximately 20% since last weekend. c. New Mexico Allv'l plans to gather a supply convoy that will depart 23 NOV. This supply run is likely related to Red Warrior activities on Camp 3 and may include drugs and weapons. d. Local residents have started their own social media pages to spread pro- LE sentiment. ii. Past 24 Hours a. TigerSwan A signi?cant protest began at the north bridge on HWY 1306 and continued late into the night. Protestors drug one of the truck hulks away from the bridge with the commonly seen green semi-tractor and then confronted LE at the razor wire. LE responded by spraying water and using other non-lethal riot control measures. The protestors attempted to breach and flank the limit of advance several times. LE man aged to hold the line until the protest died down around midnight. The protestors are claiming over 100 injuries of various degree. Construction was NOT interrupted by protester activities. Continued to reinforce HDD-E with more razor wire on hescos in preparation for equipment coming in on 21NOV. Continued to reinforce with wire in trench es along Hwy 1806 between gates 2 and 3 and on the north side of the ROW. Continued trenching operations on the south side of HDD. The protesters left camp in two different vehicle convoys with over 40 vehicles in total and traveled to BismarckfIVIandan. Protesters continue to violate the TFR by flying drones over and Turtle Hill. Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 1

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND RECIPIENTS Next 24 Hours a. Continue to reinforce HDD sites. b. Continue parallel planning with law enforcement to secure the HDD sites. c. Bridge on vay 1806 north of the camps will remain closed per law enforcement. B. Iowa i. Intel Update a. MS is demoralised by their DA failure on 19N0?v' as there has been little social media coverage of th eir demonstration. Several members are again shifting focus to heading to ND. b. BI continues their campaign encouraging people to divest any accounts they may have with ban ks that lent to the DAPL project. c. A group not associated with either MS BI protested at the capitol building in Des Moines. ii. Past 24 Hours a. Passengers of suspicious vehicles continue to surveil the DSM River HDD area. b. Security denied a man claiming to be a landholder access to property near Ave by the DSM River HDD site. c. The crews at the Indian Creek HDD completed their pipe pull operation. Next 24 Hours a. Continue to monitor activity regarding the DSM River HDD. b. Continue to monitor Bland MS for indications of further DAs. C. Illinois i. Intel Update a. Well-funded affinity groups (some 501c3s] are contributing money, resources and providing logistical support to ND. b. No direct action is currently planned in greater Springfield AD. The public perception in the area remains positive. ii. Past 24 Hours a. Monitored greater Spring?eld POIs and the af?nity groups in the Chicago area. b. Crevvs continued fencing around valve sites on spreads 1 and 1A. Next 24 Hours a. Continue focus on the organizational activities and ongoing protest activity in su pport of the anti-DAPL movement. b. Continue surveillance camera operations. D. South Dakota i. Intel Update a. Local nevvspapers continue to publish articles that give greater vveightto protestor concerns than the facts favorable to DAPL. These papers have limited impact on TigerSwan Prepared for Energy Transfer Partners 2

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT IS PROPRIETARY AND SENSITIVE DO NOT RELEASE OUTSIDE OF AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED RECIPIENTS operations in SD, but mayr motivate people in the area to question support for the pipeline. ii. Past 24 Hours a. Securityr personnel maintained Pump Station securityr as well as QRF. Next 24 Hours a. Securityr will escort electricians as weather permits. b. The Pump Station guard force will continue to function as QRF for SD. TigerSwan Prepared for Energyr Transfer Partners

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