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					 Delaware Energy Assurance Plan (SEAP) 2010




Chapter 5 – Motor Fuel Shortage Emergency
4.0      State of Delaware Motor Fuel Supply and Management



                              U.S. Petroleum Supply and Usage Data (latest update except where noted)
  Gallons of Oil per Barrel                                                                       42
  U.S. Crude Oil Production                                                             5,681,000 Barrels / Day
  U.S. Crude Oil Imports                                                                9,665,000 Barrels / Day
  U.S. Crude Oil Imports from OPEC                                                      4,578,000 Barrels / Day
  Top U.S. Crude Oil Supplier                                                    Saudi Arabia - 1,726,000 Barrels / Day
  U.S. Petroleum Product Imports                                                        2,599,000 Barrels / Day
  U.S. Petroleum Product Imports from OPEC                                               584,000 Barrels / Day
  Top U.S. Total Petroleum Supplier                                                Canada - 2,072,000 Barrels / Day
  U.S. Total Petroleum Exports                                                          1,027,000 Barrels / Day
  U.S. Net Petroleum Imports                                                           11,238,000 Barrels / Day
  U.S. Petroleum Consumption                                                           20,034,000 Barrels / Day
  Dependence on Net Petroleum Imports                                                           56.10%
  Crude Oil Domestic First Price (Wellhead Price)                                           $62.56 / Barrel
  Motor Gasoline Retail Prices, U.S. City Average                                            $3.19 / Gallon
  Federal Motor Gasoline Tax                                                               18.4 Cents/Gallon
  U.S. Motor Gasoline Consumption                                                     375.3 Million Gallons Daily
  Share of US Oil Consumption for Transportation                                                 68%
  Number of U.S. Operable Petroleum Refineries                                                    149
  U.S. Proved Reserves of Crude Oil as of December 31, 2002                              22,677 million barrels
  U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve                                                        639 Million Barrels
  Figure 4.1 – U.S. Petroleum Supply and Usage Source: http://www.eia.doe.gov/

The U.S. has experienced a steep decline in refining capacity between 1981 and the mid-1990s. Between 1981 and
1989, the number of U.S. refineries fell from 324 to 204, representing a loss of 3 million barrels per day in operable
capacity. Refinery closures have continued since 1989, bringing the total number of operable U.S. refineries to 149.
In Delaware, the Valero Refinery in Delaware City has now closed. No new refineries have been built in nearly 30
years. Financial, environmental, and legal considerations make it unlikely that new refineries will be built in the U.S.
Figure 4.1 (below provides an overview of the motor fuel usage in the U.S.
4.1 Delaware Motor Fuel Use
Figure 3.1 describes pipes and refineries and motor fuel delivery into and out of Delaware. Figure 4.2 provides
information about the motor fuel use in the U.S. and Figure 4.3 provides statistics for the State of Delaware.
Petroleum is supplied to the State of Delaware in crude state from Canada, South America, and Middle East. Easy
year over 500 large tankers bring crude to the six refineries along the Delaware River.




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                              Delaware Petroleum Use – Supply - Distribution
 Delaware is required to use reformulated gasoline throughout the entire state.
 Petroleum infrastructure includes several ports that are located along the
 Delaware River and one medium size refinery that supplies products mostly to
 local markets in the region. Natural gas accounts for the largest share of the
 home heating market at nearly 37 percent, followed by fuel oil and electricity
 with similar shares totaling nearly 26 percent share each.



 General Overview
      Population: 873,093 (2008) estiated
      Per Capita Income: $35,861 (2004) ranked 10th
      Total Energy Consumption: 0.3 quadrillion Btu (2001), ranked 46th
      Per Capita Energy Consumption: 368 million Btu (2001), ranked 21st
      Total Petroleum Consumption: 3.0 million gallons per day (2001), ranked 47th
      Gasoline Consumption: 1.1 million gallons per day (2001), ranked 46th
      Distillate Fuel Consumption: 0.4 million gallons per day (2001), ranked 50th
      Liquefied Petroleum Gas Consumption: 0.2 million gallons per day (2001), ranked 45th
      Jet Fuel Consumption: 0.01 million gallons per day (2001), ranked 49th
 Petroleum Supply (Upstream)
    Crude Oil Proved Reserves: None
    Crude Oil Production: None
    Total Producing Oil Wells: None
    Rotary Rigs in Operation: None
 Transportation
    Major Pipelines: None
    Ports & Waterway Systems: Delaware City (Port), Edgemoor (Port), Claymount (Port), Wilmington (Port).
 Gasoline Stations: 383 outlets (2005), or about 0.2 percent of U.S. total.
 Sources and notes: Energy Information Administration, Bureau of Census, and National Petroleum News
 "Market Facts." Rankings include the District of Columbia. http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/oog/info/state/de.html


                  State of Delaware Daily Petroleum Usage (Thousand gallons per day)
                           Total       Regular      Midgrade     Premium      Aviation               No 2
                                                                                          Jet Fuel
                          Gasoline     Gasoline     Gasoline     Gasoline     Gasoline               Diesel
        June                1,306        1,112          63          132           W         20       240 est.
        May                 1,250        1,065          59          126           NA        17       240 est.
        April               1,229        1,055          55          118           NA        19        245.5
        March               1,052         902           51           99           W         19       240 est.
       Source: http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/states/oilsales_trans/oilsales_trans_de.html




 Figure 4.2 – Delaware Petroleum Supply, Use, and Distribution




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4.2     Fuel Delivery
4.3     Motor Fuel Shortage – What Can Go Wrong?
A motor fuel shortage emergency could occur due to a disruption in the supply system to include a mix of the
following factors:

     Unloading facilities disrupted
     Ship accident in channels

     Electric power outage causing gasoline stations to close (Valero Refinery can operate on emergency power)r

     Truck transport becomes constrained due to ice or snow.
     Shortage due to labor strikes.

     Extended cold snap combined with just-in-time inventory management.

     Product shortage due to high export rate.
     Imports reduced for political or economic reasons.




      Figure 4.4


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      Imbalance in supply and demand.
4.4        Monitoring A Motor Fuel Shortage
There are several tools to monitor motor fuel supply and demand in Delaware:
1.     Mid-Atlantic Petroleum Distributors Association – Can provide trends, locations where shortages are
       occurring.

       Mid-Atlantic Petroleum Distributors Association
       Contact: Peter Horrigan
       1517 Ritchie Highway, Suite 206, Arnold, MD 21012
       Phone: 410-349-0808 Fax: 410-349-8510 E-mail: petegwyn@aol.com

2.     Delaware Petroleum Association -

3.     Traffic Counts – DELDOT monitors traffic volume at various locations in Delaware. Specific locations could
       be expanded during a crisis.

4.     Retail Sales – Monitoring retail sales of Delaware gasoline stations on a monthly basis. This report may be
       prepared within 10 days after the close of each month.
5.     Total Sales – The DELDOT Motor Fuel Tax Administration, prepares reports on the monthly total sales of
       gasoline in the state. This report may be obtained within 60 days after the close of each month.
4.5       State Government Actions
The governor may issue an executive order requiring a reduction in state fleet gasoline usage. DELDOT may be
asked to prepare a fuel reduction contingency plan. It may include a survey of the current fleet and its uses,
establishment of priority uses, development of alternatives for those curtailed activities, and determination of method
of transport of gasoline supplies to fleets around the state.
4.6      Local/County Government Actions
The Delaware Energy Office (DEO) staff may assist local governments in designing programs to reduce gasoline
consumption in their fleets. Specifically, the DEO may design generic conservation programs for fleets of various
sizes incorporating the concepts of fleet management and
routing/scheduling techniques. DEO staff may also assist       Delaware Percentage of Products Set-Aside
local governments in performing vehicle use studies with
priority use established, fuel management plans, and        The monthly set-aside percentages applicable to
alternatives developed for non-priority use. Local          prime suppliers and brokers for petroleum products
government is in the best position to know how the          subject to the set-aside program for Delaware:
gasoline shortage is affecting the area, it is essential to
include representatives in the implementation plan.         Gasoline ................................................ 5 percent
Discussions with local government representatives will      Diesel..................................................... 4 percent
help to determine the best mechanism for this               Low Sulfur Diesel ................................... 4 Percent
involvement. Specific issues of interest to local
                                                            High Sulfur Diesel (Red Dye) ................. 4 Percent
governments include:
                                                            Kerosene ............................................... 4 percent
1. Ability of locals to enforce any mandatory measures
     in light of manpower and funding limitations.          #2 Fuel Oil (Heating Oil) ........................ 4 percent
                                                            Aviation Gas .......................................... 5 percent
2. Role of local governments in providing public
                                                            Jet Fuel (kerosene base) ...................... 5 percent
     information on supply situation in a timely fashion.
                                                            Jet Fuel (naphtha base) ......................... 5 percent
3. Provision of information on location and availability of
     gasoline, including a statewide hotline.               Propane ................................................. 3 percent
                                                            Figure 4.5
4. Maintenance of essential and priority uses for health,
     safety, fire, and mass transit.
4.7        Delaware’s Emergency Fuel Allocation Program (Set-Aside)
The purpose of Delaware’s Emergency Fuel Allocation Program helps to mitigate shortages and hardships for priority users
who are unable to acquire sufficient fuel at any price. This program will be implemented only after the governor proclaims a
state of emergency and when market forces, voluntary conservation or other mandatory programs are unable to provide for
adequate and equitable distribution of fuel. After proclaiming an energy emergency, the governor may direct the Delaware

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Energy Office to operate a set-aside and allocation program for some/ or-all motor fuels to provide for the preservation of
the public health, safety and welfare. This program is managed with an on-line Web-Based system or paper forms and
telephones. A description of this plan is covered in Appendix C of this plan.
The state's petroleum fuels set-aside program is designed to allow the open market handle petroleum emergencies without
governmental intervention unless absolutely necessary. The program uses set-aside volumes that are sufficient only to
satisfy hardship and emergency cases. The set-aside program makes no attempt to control the market price of fuels. All
fuels delivered through the program will be purchased at the market price.
The plan establishes two broad types of demand reduction measures for a petroleum shortage emergency. The first
response is a public appeal for voluntary fuel conservation. The second response, in the event the shortage worsens and
the governor proclaims a state of emergency, is a series of mandatory measures to reduce petroleum consumption.
4.8        Motor Fuel Shortage Mitigation Measures – Three (3) Tools You Can Use!

1.     Fuel truck delivery drivers are sitting in traffic (caused by a snowstorm, hurricane, flood etc.) with precious fuel.
       The Federal Department of Transportation rule restricts fuel drivers after several consecutive work days or hours
       in one-day. These fuel drivers could face pulling to the side of the road and waiting for a relief driver without a
       legal driver hour waiver. Use the Web-Based Driver Hours Waiver Program. This program is active today and
       ready to be used by Delaware regional trucking companies. This system can be used for any critical supply such
       as fuel; food, medicine, and response supply convoys.
2.     Federal Department of Transportation and DELDOT                      Fuel Contingency Measures by Type
       restricts load limits on certain Delaware Highways fuel
       trucks are only allowed to carry +- 7,800 gallons.           Distribution and Supply Management
       Relaxing this restriction for emergency period could
       allow up to 9,000 gallons per delivery.                             Minimum purchase program
                                                                           Odd/even day purchase program
3.     Implement the fuel allocation program early using
       voluntary programs. Figure 4.9 provides fuel savings by             Limited hours of operation by motor fuel
       implementation measure. The highest fuel savings are                 Retailers
       also the most political and hard for consumers.
                                                                           Geographic distribution plans by primary
4.9        Public Information Program for Motor Fuel                        Suppliers
           Shortage
This program seeks public support and acceptance of any              Demand Reduction
emergency fuel allocation or conservation strategies, and to               Stricter enforcement of speed limits
assure understanding of the requirements of any
implemented strategy. Information dissemination will be                    Carpool/vanpool, mass transit promotion
traditional and include: news releases, daily response to
media inquiries, fact sheets, and other publications on fuel-              Flexible work hours
saving ideas.
                                                                     No-Drive Day
1.     How to comply with conservation strategies.
                                                                           Parking facility limitations
2.     Additional energy saving measures, other than those
       implemented in an emergency.                                        One-day closure of retail stores
3.      Regular updates on fuel supplies, spot shortage areas,             Fuel tax
       and effectiveness of conservation efforts.
                                                                         Figure 4.6
The dissemination of information concerning the motor fuels
shortage includes:
1.     The Delaware Energy Office may provide speakers to organizations.
2.     Films and other educational materials provided to organizations.
3.     Coordination with the state’s major employers to develop educational and incentive programs for their
       employees.
4.     A Public Service Campaign (PSA) (limited by budget) which will include:
          TV spot(s)

          Radio spot(s)


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           PSA scripts, for all radio stations, issued regularly by the Delaware Energy Office, giving both updates and
            information
           Request radio stations to air PSAs during drive time.
Discussions with representatives of the media may be conducted to enlist their cooperation in dealing with any
emergency situation that might arise. The media plays a critical role in any emergency situation. It is through the
media that the public learns about the situation --- its
actual seriousness, as well as how to respond. It is
essential that information given the public in an                  Delaware Critical Service Providers
emergency be accurate. The first set of actions to be                     Priority List (not in order)
implemented is a public appeal for voluntary
conservation of petroleum, natural gas, and electricity.       Agricultural production, including agricultural trucking
The second set of actions, in the event the shortage           and agricultural aviation
worsens and the governor proclaims a state of
emergency, calls for a series of mandatory measures to         Aviation ground support vehicles and equipment
regulate petroleum consumption.                                Cargo, freight and mail hauling by truck, including
4.10        Voluntary Measures                                           diesel truck stations

During the early phase of a petroleum shortage, the                      Emergency services and public works
governor through the Delaware Energy Office may issue a
request for voluntary reduction in petroleum consumption.                Energy production
Utilities also will sponsor media announcements
addressing emergency energy demand reduction. The                        Health care facilities
announcements suggest guidelines and energy saving
                                                                         New businesses that might not have established base
tips, including such measures as:
                                                                         year volume history
     Reduction of nonessential automobile use;
                                                                         Public passenger transportation services
     Increased ridesharing;
                                                                         Sanitation services
     Increased use of public transit;
                                                                         Snow removal and other non-normative road service
     Increased use of bicycles;                                        Telecommunication services
     Observance of speed limits; and                                   Utility services
     Flexible work patterns.                                         Figure 4.7
In the event of a petroleum disruption, the states first
response is to encourage voluntary reduction in petroleum demand. The specific voluntary demand reduction programs as
being most effective are discussed below.

1.     Rideshare Program - DEO along with other state agencies may initiate an energy emergency rideshare program.

2.     Mass Transit – DEO, along with local government officials, will encourage greater use of mass transit facilities. DEO
       will maintain regular contact with the transit officials in the state to act as liaison in the collection and dissemination of
       ridership information.

3.     Bicycle Lanes – DEO will encourage commuters who live within bicycling distance of their places of employment to
       use their bicycles. For this program to be successful, local governments and employers may need to provide more
       bicycle racks or secured parking areas for employees.

4.     Changes in Work Patterns – DEO will encourage the use of flexible work hours for both short- and long-term demand
       reduction, improvement in fuel efficiency, and reduction in traffic congestion. Flexible hours can be instituted for
       ongoing cumulative transportation energy savings, or developed, held ready, and brought online quickly in the event of
       an energy shortage. This program allows employees to stagger their commute hours, while still working during core
       hours, usually from 10:00 am to 2:00 p.m. This program reduces peak hour congestion, improving fuel efficiency.

5.     Initiatives for State Employees – DEO will encourage state agencies to encourage employees to reduce commute
       trips by greater use of ridesharing, mass transit and flexible work schedules.


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During previous petroleum fuel shortages appeals for conservation were effective and that greater demand reduction was
realized than anticipated. More fuel-efficient motor vehicles have greatly assisted the continuing trend of motor fuel
conservation.



                         Effectiveness of Certain Fuel Saving Contingency Measures
                                                       Estimated Millions of Gallons Saved Annually
Effectiveness of Actions
                                                                     1             10             100            1000
 1   Engine Size Limit, Car Size, Car Weight Limit
 2   Vehicle Design (Engine, Transmission, Tires)
 3   Retro-fit Existing Vehicles
 4   Inspect Vehicles for Efficiency
 5   Optimize Signal Turning
 6   Upgrade Signal Systems
 7   Remove Unwarranted Traffic Control Devices
 8   Put Signals on Yellow Flasher
 9   Improve Selected Bottleneck Locations
10   Increase Use of Right Turn on Red
11   Restrict On-Street Parking
12   Flexible Work Hours
13   Four Day Work Week
15   Staggered Work Hours
16   More Speed Limit Enforcement
17   Ramp Metering, Preferential Entry
18   Reserved Lanes for High Occupancy Vehicles
19   Signal Priority for High Occupancy Vehicles
20   Sponsor Car and Van Pools and Incentives
21   More Transit Frequency
22   New Transit Services
23   Reduced Transit Fare
24   Free Transit Fare Zone
25   Increase Parking Costs
26   Restrict Existing Parking
28   Restrict New Parking Construction
28   Locate Public Facilities for Fuel Efficiency
30   Auto Restrict Zones
31   Reflect Fuel Efficiency in Transportation Plans
32   Graduated Mileage Tax
33   Ration Fuel
34   Weekend Fuel Sales Ban – One Day
35   Weekend Fuel Sales Ban – Two Days
36   Encourage Walking
37   Encourage Bicycle Use

Figure 4.8 Fuel Saving Techniques (Source EIA Statistics & Databases)




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4.11        Mandatory Measures

Mandatory measures may be implemented when the following events occur:

           The motor fuel shortage escalates,

           Voluntary conservation measures are not adequate,

           Essential services no longer is able to secure sufficient supplies of fuels through the open market, and

           The health, welfare and economy of the state may be in jeopardy.

Mandatory measures may be implemented after the governor proclaims a state of energy emergency. The list of mandatory
programs that can be implemented includes:

           Gasoline queue management controls;

           Strictly enforced speed limits;

           Rideshare requirements for large employers;

           Flexible work patterns; and

           Encourage the use of alternative fuels.

Implementation of mandatory demand reduction programs must be evaluated to ensure that they do not exacerbate the
motor fuel shortage. The benefits of these programs must be carefully weighed when considering if and when to implement
them. Potential detrimental effects from implementing these programs could be:

     Initial action taken by the government may create public apprehension resulting in hoarding;

     Difficulty and cost of enforcement;

     Inequities which might be borne by consumers; and

     Financial loss to business and industry.

4.12        Set-Aside Program Elements

To achieve maximum flexibility in the set-aside program individual elements within the program do not automatically
become effective when the set-aside program is implemented. In addition, some parts of the program will be implemented
only if the federal government institutes price and allocation controls. The four set-aside program elements are:

1.     Basic Set-Aside Element – The program's Basic Set-Aside Element redistributes fuel supplies to bulk consumers
       who are considered priority users and who are experiencing difficulty obtaining sufficient fuel supplies at any price.

2.     Community Hardship Element – The Community Hardship Element allows a community to request fuel supplies
       from the state set-aside when it is experiencing an emergency or hardship caused by a shortage of fuel, or is receiving
       less than 80 percent of the allocation fraction. Community Hardship is the only program element whereby retail service
       stations may be eligible for a set-aside allocation..

3.     Assignment and Adjustment Element – The Assignment and Adjustment Element is intended for use only after the
       federal government institutes a price and allocation control program. Those bulk purchasing end users who do not
       have a record of fuel receipts for the base period may request that they be assigned a prime supplier. Those end users
       who have substantially increased their fuel use since the time of the base period, may apply for an adjustment of
       supply volume to increase the amount of their supplies.

4.     Certification Element – The Certification Element allows emergency, health, safety and essential services to apply for
       certification-of-need to receive their necessary supplies. The certification, once approved, will remain valid as long as
       this element of the program is operational.




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4.13       Governor’s Motor Fuel Advisory Group

The Emergency Motor Fuel Advisory Group (EMAG), representing various agencies involved in the economic assistance
programs, convenes in the event of an energy supply disruption. The EMAG coordinates and oversees the distribution of
both state and federal funds during a motor fuel supply disruption. In the event of an emergency, the EMAG determine the
lead agency and support agency roles, adjusting the details of the operation process to the specific nature of the supply
shortage. When a fuel emergency is a matter of statewide concern the Governor may institute an executive order
Governor’s Emergency Motor Fuel Advisory Group (EMAG. The duties and responsibilities of the council are:

1.     Identify those rules and regulations which assists the efficient utilization of fuel within the state and recommend the
       administrative and legislative options necessary to respond to a petroleum product shortage. This could include
       emergency powers legislation, executive orders, rules, proclamations, and regulations.

2.     Define programs to manage supply and reduce fuel usage where appropriate and review and recommend programs to
       promote conservation, prevention of waste, recycling and salvage of fuel supplies and resources by the public and
       private sectors.

3.     Review those existing standards and requirements which may need to be suspended or modified and which affect or
       are affected by the use of fuel, including those relating to air quality control, the type and composition of various fuels,
       the production and distribution of energy resources, and the hours and days during which public buildings and
       commercial and industrial establishments may be or are required to remain open.

4.14       Motor Fuel Emergency Contacts
        American Automobile Association                               Association of Oil Pipe Lines
        1000 AAA Drive                                                1101 Vermont Avenue, N.W., Ste. 604
        Heathrow, FL 32746                                            Washington, D.C. 20005
        (407) 444-7000 Fax: (407) 444-7614                            (202) 408-7970/Fax: (202) 408-7983

        Delaware Energy Office                                        Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA)
        146 South Governors Ave., Dover, DE 19904                     165 Brick Store Landing Road
        (302) 739-1530                                                Smyrna, DE 19977
        http://www.delaware-energy.com                                302-659-DEMA (3362) or 1-877-SAY DEMA
                                                                      FAX 302-659-6853 http://www.state.de.us/dema/

        Delaware Petroleum Council                                    Delaware Department of Agriculture
        Gary Paterson, Executive Director                             Weights and Measures Division (Gasoline Station Fuel
        109 South State Street                                        Measurements)
        Dover, DE 19901-7317                                          Administrator, Steve Connors (302) 698-4601
        (302) 734-7455                                                2320 South DuPont Highway
                                                                      Dover, DE 19901
                                                                      http://www.state.de.us/deptagri
        Mid-Atlantic Petroleum Distributors Association
        Contact: Peter Horrigan                                       National Petroleum Council
        1517 Ritchie Highway, Suite 206, Arnold, MD 21012             1625 K Street, NW Ste 600
        Phone: 410-349-0808 Fax: 410-349-8510 E-mail:                 Washington, D.C. 20006
        petegwyn@aol.com                                              (202) 393-6100/Fax: (202) 331-8539
                                                                      www.npc.org

        National Petroleum & Refiners Association                     Petroleum Marketers Assoc. of America (PMAA)
        1899 L Street, NW Ste 1000                                    Dan Gilligan, CAE
        Washington, D.C. 20036                                        1901 N Fort Myer Drive, Suite 1200
        (202) 457-0480/Fax: (202) 457-0486                            Arlington, VA 22209-1604
        www.npradc.org                                                Office: (703) 351-8000 FAX: (703) 351-9160
                                                                      dgilligan@pmaa.org
        Petroleum Transportation & Storage Assoc. (PTSA)
        Mark S. Morgan, ESQ
        4200 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 106
        Washington, DC 20016
        Office: (202) 364-6767 FAX: (202) 966-4560
        ptsa@erols.com




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4.15     Motor Fuel Shortage - Phase 1 – Monitor and Alert
 Phase I - Monitor and Alert Phase I - involves the normal ongoing energy supply, demand
 and price monitoring. State agencies regularly monitor data and information as it becomes
 available through energy supply reporting systems (see Appendix D on Supply Monitoring)
 and pay special attention to supply and distribution problems.
  Actions to Take                                                                             Lead       Support
  Continue normal operations and ramp-up the frequency of monitoring motor fuel prices        DEO          Staff
  and supplies.
  Update emergency contact lists. Contact representatives of motor fuel suppliers and         DEO          DEO
  distributors to assess the causes, probable duration, and geographic extent of the                      State
  shortage and the steps providers can take to alleviate or avert a shortage (convene                    Agencies
  meetings if necessary).
  DEO develops lists of trucking companies that employ fleets of diesel trucks and            DEO          Fleets
  construction companies that utilize large numbers of diesel powered units. These lists
  will be used if the situation escalates and the Governor requests the companies to
  voluntarily reduce operations.
  Prepare to issue public appeals for voluntary conservation through the Governor’s           DEO           Staff
  Press Secretary for motor fuels in case situation escalates to Pre-Emergency Phase II.
  During a shortage of diesel fuel, the Governor may request trucking companies to            GOV          DEO
  voluntarily reduce operations in order to conserve fuel. Employers will be encouraged                   State
  to allow employees to use accumulated vacation time.                                                   Agencies
  DEO will review procedures with appropriate agencies for reduction of the 65 MPH            GOV          DEO
  speed limit to 55 MPH and increased enforcement of the 55 MPH speed limit for all                       State
  diesel powered vehicles.                                                                               Agencies

  DEO reviews procedures with appropriate agencies for the suspension of truck weight         GOV          DEO
  and size regulations in order to conserve diesel motor fuel. DEO reviews public                         State
  information announcements concerning possible suspension of truck weight and size                      Agencies
  regulations.
  Implement state government vehicle motor fuel conservation program.                         DEO         DEO
                                                                                                          State
                                                                                                        Agencies
  Governor may request aid of USDOE and congressional delegation to secure                    GOV        USDOE
  additional supplies of motor fuel.                                                          DEO       Cong. Del.
  If motor fuel shortage increases, DEO will recommend to the Governor that the state         GOV          DEO
  escalate to Pre-Emergency Phase III. DEO will notify all in-state and out-of-state
  agencies and companies of the escalation.

  If motor fuel shortage is forecast to diminish and start to return to normal, DEO will      GOV          DEO
  recommend to the Governor a de-escalation back to normal day-to-day activity. Notify
  all in-state and out-of-state agencies and companies of the de-escalation.
Motor Fuel Shortage Public Information Program                                                Lead        Support

  The DEMA Joint Information Center (JIC) will provide information to newspapers and           JIC         DEO
  radio and television stations on how consumers can conserve motor fuel. The public          DEMA         Staff
  will be informed as to what it can do to voluntarily conserve motor fuel (see information    PIO
  that follows in this chapter).
  The Joint Information Center (JIC) will implement motor fuel public information             JIC
  program and issue public appeals for voluntary conservation.
  The Joint Information Center (JIC) team will establish a central media center and           JIC          DEO
  press briefings at scheduled times to facilitate news flow to the media.                                 Staff
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4.16       Motor Fuel Shortage – Assess and Take Action - Phase 2
 Phase II - Assess and Determine Action - In Phase II, having noticed early signs of what might
 become an energy emergency, responding agencies intensify data and information collection efforts
 and ensure that the most recent information is available. This information is analyzed to evaluate
 potential outcomes and assess possible courses of action.
 Phase 2 may be activated if the DEO determines that a heating oil shortage is occurring or may
 shortly occur. During this phase, the DEO will: Rapidly determine the nature, extent, and duration of a
 potential, impending, or actual energy emergency. Coordinate energy emergency response activities
 with the DEMA, other appropriate state agencies, the U.S. Department of Energy, other state
 governments, local government agencies, and private industry. The DEO may provide a detailed
 Situation Report that assesses the potential or actual impacts of the emergency on energy prices and
 supplies. If required, use the informal fuels set-aside program to ensure that emergency and essential
 services receive adequate supplies of fuel. Recommend further actions (if any) to DEMA.
      Appropriate contacts throughout state government should be informed of the results of this
       assessment.
      Appropriate action can then be determined. If no action is required, monitoring and evaluation
       continue and further updates are made as changes occur.
  Actions To Take                                                                               Lead   Support
  Continue normal operations and ramp-up the frequency of monitoring motor fuel prices
                                                                                                DEO      Staff
  and supplies.
  Update emergency contact lists. Contact representatives of motor fuel suppliers and
                                                                                                         DEO
  distributors to assess the causes, probable duration, and geographic extent of the
                                                                                                DEO     State
  shortage and the steps providers can take to alleviate or avert a shortage (convene
                                                                                                       Agencies
  meetings if necessary).
  DEO develops lists of trucking companies that employ fleets of diesel trucks and
  construction companies that utilize large numbers of diesel powered units. These lists will
                                                                                                DEO      Fleets
  be used if the situation escalates and the Governor requests the companies to voluntarily
  reduce operations.
  Prepare to issue public appeals for voluntary conservation through the Governor’s Press
                                                                                                DEO      Staff
  Secretary for motor fuels in case situation escalates to Pre-Emergency Phase II.
  During a shortage of diesel fuel, the Governor may request trucking companies to                       DEO
  voluntarily reduce operations in order to conserve fuel. Employers will be encouraged to      GOV     State
  allow employees to use accumulated vacation time.                                                    Agencies

  DEO will review procedures with appropriate agencies for reduction of the 65 MPH speed                 DEO
  limit to 55 MPH and increased enforcement of the 55 MPH speed limit for all diesel            GOV     State
  powered vehicles.                                                                                    Agencies

  DEO reviews procedures with appropriate agencies for the suspension of truck weight and                DEO
  size regulations in order to conserve diesel motor fuel. DEO reviews public information       GOV     State
  announcements concerning possible suspension of truck weight and size regulations.                   Agencies
                                                                                                         DEO
  Implement state government vehicle motor fuel conservation program.                           DEO     State
                                                                                                       Agencies
  Governor may request aid of USDOE and congressional delegation to secure additional           GOV     USDOE
  supplies of motor fuel.                                                                       DEO    Cong. Del.
  If motor fuel shortage increases, DEO will recommend to the Governor that the state
  escalate to Pre-Emergency Phase II. DEO will notify all in-state and out-of-state agencies    GOV      DEO
  and companies of the escalation.



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  If motor fuel shortage is forecast to diminish and start to return to normal, DEO will
  recommend to the Governor a de-escalation back to normal day-to-day activity. Notify all    GOV          DEO
  in-state and out-of-state agencies and companies of the de-escalation.
Motor Fuel Shortage Public Information Program                                                Lead       Support

  The DEMA Joint Information Center (JIC) will provide information to newspapers and           JIC         DEO
  radio and television stations on how consumers can conserve motor fuel. The public will     DEMA         Staff
  be informed as to what it can do to voluntarily conserve motor fuel (see information that    PIO
  follows in this chapter).
  The Joint Information Center (JIC) will implement motor fuel public information program      JIC
  and issue public appeals for voluntary conservation.
  The Joint Information Center (JIC) team will establish a central media center and press      JIC         DEO
  briefings at scheduled times to facilitate news flow to the media.                                       Staff
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 4.17 Motor Fuel Shortage - Phase 3 – Actions and Feedback

  Phase III - Actions and Feedback -
  Once a decision has been made that specific state government action is necessary to assure the
  health, welfare, and safety of citizens, and the continued economic well-being of the state, Phase III
  activity begins. This includes:
     Implementing programs to maximize available supplies and/or to minimize existing demand
      levels and monitoring these activities to determine their effectiveness;
     Increasing the level of communication among state agencies and others;
     If the nature of the problem involves multiple states, information sharing among state energy
      coordinators, using the EEAC website, should begin;
     Convening emergency planning and response organizations to consider actions that might be
      taken by the various state departments and agencies;
     If implementation of voluntary programs or other emergency deterrent actions fail to mitigate the
      emergency, begin implementing additional actions;
     If the situation continues to deteriorate, recommending that a “State of Energy Emergency” be
      declared (usually by the Governor). The Governor may also be called upon to declare a “State of
      Disaster.” State legislation regarding “State of Energy Emergency” and/or “State of Disaster” will
      dictate further action and assign responsibility among pertinent parties; and
     If it appears that all other options available to the state prove inadequate, the next level of
      mobilization is to request federal assistance.
     Federal assistance would generally be available in the case of a national/international energy
      emergency;
     The emergency planning agencies and representatives from other state departments, as
      appropriate, would be responsible for coordinating and monitoring federal programs;
     Federal assistance may be requested sooner without a declaration of a national emergency to
      provide the following;
      - Waiver federal driver hour requirements;
      - Waiver vehicle fuel air quality standards;
      - Request Coast Guard to intensify ice breaking; and Request Strategic Petroleum Reserve
        (SPR) or the Northeast Heating Oil Reserves.

  Actions to Take                                                                        Lead      Support
  The Governor may request trucking and construction companies to reduce operations.     DEO         DEMA
                                                                                         GOV         State
                                                                                                    Agencies

  DEO will review procedures with appropriate agencies for reduction of the 65 MPH       GOV         DEMA
  speed limit to 55 MPH and increased enforcement of the 55 MPH speed limit for all      DEO         State
                                                                                                    Agencies
  diesel powered vehicles.
  DEO will request the DEMA and the Joint Information Center (JIC) to implement public   DEMA        DEMA
  information program and issue public directives for mandatory conservation (see this   CJIC        State
                                                                                                    Agencies
  chapter for motor fuel conservation measures and formatted natural gas media
  announcements).




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  DEO, together with other state agencies and industry, will determine rules and              GOV         DEMA
  regulations that will be required to implement a mandatory ban on the use of certain        DEO         State
                                                                                                         Agencies
  diesel-powered vehicles if the situation escalates to Emergency Phase III.
  Arrange with adjacent states to facilitate fuel transport by truck. Request suspension of    GOV        Fuel
  USDOT Drivers Hours of Service Restrictions. Request deferral of USDOT Vehicle               DEO      Transport
                                                                                              USDOT      Dealers
  Inspection Requirements.
  Direct fuel distributors to decline to accept new customers to discourage hoarding.         DEO          Fuel
                                                                                                        Transport
                                                                                                         Dealers

  If the motor fuel shortage is forecast to diminish and start to return to normal,           GOV         DEMA
  recommend to the Governor a de-escalation to Verification Phase I. Notify all in-state      DEO         State
                                                                                                         Agencies
  and out-of-state agencies and companies of the de-escalation.
  If the motor fuel shortage is forecast to worsen, recommend to the Governor an              GOV         DEMA
  escalation to Emergency Phase IV. Notify all in-state and out-of state agencies and         DEO         State
                                                                                                         Agencies
  companies of the escalation.

Motor Fuel Shortage Public Information Program
  The JIC will inform the public through the media. When appropriate, the director of DEO      DEO        Media
  may inform the public through the media.                                                    DEMA        DEO
                                                                                               JIC        Staff

  DEO and the JIC will ensure the media is apprised of the fuel situation and given            DEO        Media
  specific voluntary conservation measures to implement. In order for the public to           DEMA        DEO
                                                                                               JIC        Staff
  cooperate in conservation measures, it must be fully informed on the gravity of the
  situation and must be given specific instructions on the conservation measures it is
  requested to implement.
  Implement public information program and issue public appeals for mandatory                  DEO        Media
  conservation. Develop media release procedures. Establish a central media center and        DEMA        DEO
                                                                                               JIC        Staff
  press briefings at scheduled times to facilitate news flow to the media.
  The public is carefully informed of the motor fuel shortage and that the state is in Pre-    DEO        Media
  Emergency Phase II. Public information announcements must be extremely conscious            DEMA        DEO
                                                                                               JIC        Staff
  of not being alarming in tone. They should be informative, but not cause panic buying of
  products and hoarding.
  DEO will review public information announcements concerning speed limit reduction and        DEO        Media
  enforcement.                                                                                DEMA        DEO
                                                                                               JIC        Staff

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4.18 Motor Fuel Shortage - Phase 4 - Review Lessons Learned
  Emergency - Phase III is activated when motor fuel (gasoline and diesel) shortages exceed the
  projected demand and voluntary conservation actions have not reduced the demand for motor fuel.
  Emergency - Phase IV is activated when motor fuel shortages exceed the projected demand
  and voluntary conservation actions have not reduced the demand for motor fuel. If the
  problem becomes more severe, the DEO may activate the Emergency Phase IV. This phase involves
  all activities initiated during the Pre-Emergency Phase, along with additional voluntary or mandatory
  programs that may be required. To impose mandatory programs, the Governor must first issue the
  Proclamation of a State of Emergency and file an Emergency Order with the Office of the Secretary
  of State. The Emergency Order takes effect immediately upon being filed. All mandatory programs
  automatically terminate when the Governor rescinds the emergency proclamation. During this phase,
  the DEO Planning staff continues to coordinate response activities, prepare situation reports, and use
  the informal fuels set-aside program as described in the Pre-emergency Phase III. In addition, the
  staff will: If directed by management, activate the DEO Energy Emergency Management Center at
  the DEMA. If required, implement the formal Petroleum Fuels Set-Aside Program. Implementation of
  this program requires that the Governor sign Emergency Order, authorizing the DEO and DEMA to
  redirect fuel to emergency and essential services. Recommend to the DEMA and to the Governor,
  appropriate mandatory demand reduction measures that may be used to reduce the impacts of the
  energy emergency.
  Actions to Take                                                                             Lead   Support
  DEO will continue the intensified level of monitoring and maintenance of contacts with      DEO     DEMA
  suppliers, distributors, and users until conditions have returned to normal. Increase DEO           State
  hours of operations and shift schedules to address current situation. DEO monitors motor           Agencies
  fuel supply and demand Information from DOE-EIA Monthly Fuel Outlook, which
  discusses fuel supply and demand in the upcoming month.

  DEO will assist the public information team at the Joint Information Center (JIC) in        DEO     DEMA
  continuing the public information program and appeals for mandatory conservation            DEMA    State
  measures, as necessary, or until conditions have returned to normal.                         JIC   Agencies

  Prepare necessary mandatory rules and regulations to cope with the emergency                DEO     DEMA
  shortage of motor fuel for the Governor. DEO may recommend that the Delaware Motor                  State
  Fuel Set-Aside Program to be implemented by the Governor                                           Agencies

  The Governor, utilizing emergency powers, may implement the rules and regulations           GOV     DEO
  concerning the banning of certain diesel powered vehicles and issue rules reducing speed    DEO     DEMA
  limit from 65 MPH to 55 MPH and issues orders for strict enforcement of the 55 MPH
  speed limit for diesel powered vehicles.

  Recommend to the Governor the limits for the use of vehicles by businesses and local        GOV     DEMA
  governments, including schools. Also, recommend the use of vehicles by state                DEO     State
  government agencies.                                                                               Agencies

  Governor may issue rules suspending truck weight and size regulations and orders for        GOV      DEO
  enforcement of truck weight and size regulations as revised by suspension.

  Implement public information program and issue public directives for mandatory fuel         DEO     DEMA
  conservation. See list of transportation fuel consumption options in the chapter for an     DEMA
  outline of motor fuel conservation measures.                                                 JIC
  As motor fuel supply improves and product becomes available, DEO will advise the            GOV      DEO
  Governor on the removal of the mandatory ban on diesel powered vehicles; continuation
  of voluntary reduction in use of diesel powered vehicles; and eventual return to normal
  conditions. The Governor may rescind rules suspending truck weight and size limits and
  return truck weight and size regulations to those that existed previously.




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  Inform all in-state and out-of state agencies and companies when Emergency Phase III is     DEO     DEMA
  terminated and the state has returned to normal and release of the mandatory
  conservation measures for motor fuel.

 Motor Fuel Shortage Public Information Program

  Continue public information program and appeals for mandatory fuel conservation             DEMA     DEO
  measures, as necessary, or until conditions have returned to normal.                         JIC

  DEO monitors DOE-EIA Monthly Fuel Outlook which discusses fuel supply and demand in         DEMA     DEO
  the upcoming month. Press releases are issued when appropriate.                              JIC
  Promote Carpooling/Vanpooling/Mass Transit. This is an ongoing function of DEO and the      DEMA     DEO
  Highway Department. DEO staff develops and disseminates materials on gasoline                JIC
  conservation.
  Inform media and public when supply conditions return to normal, and Governor rescinds      DEMA     DEO
  the rule reducing speed limit from 65 to 55 MPH.                                             JIC

  The JIC staff at the EOC must inform the public and provide the ability for the system to   DEMA     DEO
  go from mandatory measures to voluntary measures to normal conduct of business.              JIC




 Motor Fuel Shortage - Phase IV - Review Lessons Learned

   Motor Fuel Shortage Phase IV - Review Lessons Learned
   As emergency operations are phased out, responding state agencies should evaluate the
   emergency preparedness programs and activities that were implemented and report the results to
   interested parties such as the Governor’s Office, cabinet level officers, legislative committees and
   energy policy councils. Evaluation activities should include:
      Reports describing the nature of the energy emergency and a chronology of the actions taken to
       respond to it;
      Evaluation of mitigation actions results and of the effectiveness of specific actions taken to
       respond to the emergency; and
      Critical reviews of the overall performance of the state’s energy emergency plans in addressing
       an emergency.
   It should be noted that movement from one phase to another is as much a matter of judgment as it
   is a matter of objective definition.




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                          Motor Fuel Shortage Contingency Measures by Type
I.       Distribution and Supply Management
            Minimum Purchase Program                            Limited Hour of Operation by Motor Fuel Retailers
            Odd/Even Day Purchase Program                       Geographic Distribution Plans by Primary Suppliers
II. Demand Reduction
             Stricter Enforcement of Speed Limits                     No-Drive Day
             Carpool/Vanpool, Mass Transit Promotion                  Parking Facility Limitations
             Flexible Work Hours                                      One-Day Closure Retail Stores
III. Information Acquisition
             Market Area and Market Share of Prime
                                                                       Inventories and Liftings at Terminals
              Suppliers
             Anticipated and Actual Monthly Deliveries and
                                                                       Retail Sales at Gasoline Stations
              Shortfalls of Prime Suppliers
             Inventories and Capacity Utilization of
                                                                       Bi-Weekly Traffic Volume Counts
              Refineries
IV. Public Information
        How Motorists Comply with Conservation Strategies
        Additional Energy-Saving Measures
        Regular Updates on Fuel Supplies Information to Include:
             News Releases                                            Information through Retail Gasoline Stations
             Daily Media Response                                     Provide Speakers to Organizations
             Fact Sheets & Publications                               TV and Radio “Spots”
             PSA Campaign
V. Implementation Sequence
Phase I – Adequate Supply to Moderate Supply
Phase II - Moderate to Severe Shortage
Phase III – Severe Shortage
Figure 4.9




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                        Summary of Recommended Measures - Transportation

  Energy
                      Motor Gasoline                          Diesel                       Public Relations
Type/Phase
              Monitor and report                   Monitor and report             Inform Governor. Provide driving
 Phase I
              Update contacts.                     Update contacts.               efficiency tips to the public. Verify
              Voluntary Measures:                  Voluntary Measures:            communications links with fuel
                                                   Encourage trucking             industry.
              Encourage use of mass transit.
                                                   companies to maximize          Interstate coordination.
              Publicize employee ride-sharing
              and ride share lots.                 route and dispatch             Mayor’s messages to public.
              Increase speed limit                 efficiency.                    Driving tips.
              enforcement. Encourage                                              Federal coordination.
              alternative transit such as                                         Meet with the DEMA EOC staff, and
              bicycles.                                                           industry associations to pick likely
                                                                                  mitigation measures.

                                                   Voluntary Measures:            Calls for voluntary cutbacks.
 Phase II     Voluntary Measures:
                                                   Urge reduction of #2 oil for   Explanations to public if mandatory
              Encourage trip consolidation,
                                                   industrial-related uses.       items to be used.
              carpooling, mass transit, flexible
                                                   Mandatory Measures:            Encourage use of alternative fuels.
              working hours a compressed
              work week and telecommuting.         Require automobiles using
              Mandatory Measures:                  diesel to abide by same
              Queue management efforts:            measures applied to motor
                                                   gasoline.
              odd/even purchase, minimum
              purchase requirements.               If natural gas, propane and
              If natural gas, propane and          ethanol are not short, grant
                                                   exemptions for these fuels.
              ethanol are not short, grant
              exemptions for these fuels.
              Additional HOV lanes for ride-
              sharing. Complete preparation
              for using Set-Aside.

              Mandatory Measures:                  Voluntary Measures:            Continue to coordinate with public
 Phase III
              Begin Petroleum Set-Aside.           Ask for early closing of       information representatives.
              Car-less day measure.                manufacturing and
              Reserve transit.                     industrial activity.
              Reduce retail hours.                 Mandatory Measures:
              Encourage cash incentives for        Continue above.
              mass transit and ride-sharing.
              Continue all of above.               Mandatory Measures:            Media efforts to maintain public
 Beyond
              Extend closing hours.                Require reduction of           calm.
 Phase III
                                                   operating hours.

Figure 4.10




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 4.18 Distribution and Supply Management                                                             Implementation

A. Minimum Purchase Program                                                                          DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                                    Delaware State Police
    All passenger automobiles, vans, and other vehicles of private transport shall not be
                                                                                                      New Castle Sheriff
    allowed to purchase gasoline or diesel fuel during a single transaction except under the          Kent County Sheriff
    following specifications: For vehicles with six or more cylinders, the minimum purchase         Sussex County Sheriff
    will be 10 gallons. For vehicles with four or five cylinders, the minimum purchase will be 6   Local Police Departments
    gallons. Vehicles with three or fewer cylinders, including motorcycles and mopeds, are
    exempt.

B. Odd/Even Day Purchase Program                                                                     DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                               Delaware State Police
  All passenger automobiles, vans and other vehicles of private transportation shall be
                                                                                                 New Castle Sheriff
  allowed to purchase motor fuel on alternate days, in accordance with the following             Kent County Sheriff
  specifications:                                                                              Sussex County Sheriff
     1. Vehicles with license plates whose last or only number is odd - 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 and Local Police Departments
         custom plates with only letters shall purchase gasoline only on odd-numbered
         weekdays.
     2. Vehicles with license plates whose last or only number is even - 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8
         shall purchase gasoline only on even-numbered weekdays.
     3. Anyone may purchase gasoline on Saturday, Sunday, legal holidays, or the 31st of
         any month
     4. The following vehicles are exempted from the odd/even gasoline purchase plan, but
         shall wait their turn in any line at any gasoline station:
         a. police, fire, ambulance and other emergency vehicles, all buses, including school
              buses, common carriers, including taxis, rental vehicles, commercially licensed
              vehicles, or private vehicles used for designated commercial purposes, vehicles
              with out-of-state license plates

C. Limited Hours of Operation by Motor Fuel Retailers                                                DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                                    Delaware State Police
       Option A: Percentage of hours of normal operation rule. The Governor and local                 New Castle Sheriff
       governments may order, retail gasoline and diesel outlets will reduce their hours of           Kent County Sheriff
       weekly operation by a fixed percentage of their normal operating hours. Unless               Sussex County Sheriff
       evidence is offered to the contrary, all retail stations will be assumed to normally        Local Police Departments
       operate one hundred hours per week. If a percentage closing is ordered, stations will
       post conspicuously upon their premises the exact times of operation under the order.
       Option B: Designated days of closure rule. The Governor may order retail gasoline
       and diesel outlets to not open for business on specified days of the week. By this same
       order, however, the Governor and local governments may designate specific stations
       to remain open to provide emergency services.
       Option C: Sunday closing with percentage rule for remainder of week. By emergency
       order, the Governor and local governments may order retail gasoline and diesel outlets
       to not operate on Sundays of any week, and will also be required to reduce their hours
       of normal operation on other weekdays. As in Option A above, the hours of operation
       will be posted upon the premises.

D. Petroleum Product Distribution Plans by Suppliers                                                 DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                                     Delaware Suppliers
    Each of the primary suppliers of motor fuel within the state may be asked to prepare a
    plan to assure a fair distribution of products within the state. Such plans must
    demonstrate that the distribution plan appears to fairly allocate petroleum products.




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4.19 Demand Reduction                                                                            Implementation
                                                                                                 DEO, PSC & DEMA
A. Stricter Enforcement of Speed Limits                                                         Delaware State Police
    Option: Intensified speed limit enforcement by eliminating the use of warning tickets.        New Castle Sheriff
                                                                                                  Kent County Sheriff
    Saves fuel through the lowering of operating speeds.                                        Sussex County Sheriff
                                                                                               Local Police Departments

B. Carpool/Vanpool, Mass Transit Promotion                                                       DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                                Delaware State Police
    Option A: Sponsor employee car and vanpools. Encourage car-and-vanpool programs               New Castle Sheriff
    by major employers of more than 100 persons include rider matching services, publicity,       Kent County Sheriff
    financing of vehicles, preferential parking for high occupancy vehicles and provision of    Sussex County Sheriff
    other incentives for the use of car-and-vanpools. Saves fuel by improving the              Local Police Departments
    attractiveness of car-and-vanpools, with consequent improvement in vehicle
    occupancies and person miles of travel per gallon of fuel consumed.
    Option B: More transit frequency and coverage. Assist local agencies in expanding new
    transit service, reduced transit fare and free transit fare zones.


 C. Flexible Work Hours                                                                          DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                                Delaware State Police
    Option A: Staggered work hours. Mandated staggering of starting and quitting times            New Castle Sheriff
    over a two-hour period for all employers of 50 or more persons. Saves fuel by spreading       Kent County Sheriff
    daily work travel over a longer peak period. Increases access to mass transit and other     Sussex County Sheriff
    transportation modes.                                                                      Local Police Departments
                                                                                                    State Agencies
    Option B: Flextime. Replaces fixed starting and quitting times with a range of times set      Local Government
    at the discretion of each employee. The initial goal of such an effort would be a 10-             Businesses
    percent shift of the workforce from fixed times to flex-times. Saves energy by spreading       Private Nonprofits
    work travel over a longer peak period, making it easier to use mass transit, car and
    vanpools, telecommuting or other alternative transportation modes.
    Option C: Four-day work week. Mandated four-day workweek for all employers with 50
    or more persons. Saves energy by reducing work travel (if it is not replaced by
    increased recreational travel), which generally occurs during periods of peak
    congestion. Percentage Savings: 0.18 – 0.6l percent

D. No Drive Day                                                                                  DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                                        DSP, l
    Option A: Voluntary. The public may be asked to leave cars at home one day a week,           Local Police Depts.
    or the equivalent. The equivalent would be defined as a personal strategy that saves as       Delaware County
    much fuel as would a car-less day -- 15 miles per week. This could be done through           Sheriff Departments
    carpooling, vanpooling, busing, biking, motorcycling, biking or walking to work.               State Agencies
                                                                                                  Local Government
    Option B: Mandatory. The motoring public would be required to leave each car they                Businesses
    own home one day a week. Window stickers, coded with colors, numbers or letters,              Private Nonprofits
    would have to be on all cars.




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 4.19 Demand Reduction (Continued)                                                                 Implementation

E. Parking Facility Limitations                                                                     DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                                  Delaware State Police
    Option A: Prohibition of occupancy, at 40-percent of all commercial spaces, until after         New Castle Sheriff
    10:00 a.m. daily. Limitation at employer provided parking, of single occupancy                  Kent County Sheriff
    automobiles to 50-percent of total occupied spaces. Encourages use of high                    Sussex County Sheriff
    occupancy vehicles and public transit, resulting in energy savings, economic gain and     Local Police Departments State
                                                                                                         Agencies
    lowered air pollution impacts.                                                                   Local Government
    Option B: $15.00 daily parking charge for single occupancy vehicles at employers of                 Businesses
    more than 250 persons; 25-percent increase in charges at commercial parking                      Private Nonprofits
    facilities. Generally applies to public and commercial parking, but can be applied to
    private parking provided by employers. Serves as an incentive for carpools, vanpools
    and public transit use and saves energy by encouraging more energy efficient travel
    methods.
    Option C: Implementation of a graduated parking fee structure at all commercial,
    public and employer-owned (500 or more employees) parking lots that charge higher
    fees for low occupancy vehicles and lower or no fees for high occupancy vehicles.




 F. One-Day Closure of Retail Stores                                                                DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                                  Delaware State Police
    Option A: Voluntary closing of large retail outlets one day a week, probably Sunday.            New Castle Sheriff
    This would require considerable coordination and cooperation even though some                   Kent County Sheriff
    retail representatives already have expressed interest in closing for a day.                  Sussex County Sheriff
                                                                                              Local Police Departments State
                                                                                          ”
    Option B: Mandatory closing of all retail stores on Sundays -- a "Blue Law                           Agencies
    approach. Exceptions may have to be considered, but should not include grocery                   Local Government
    stores or large shopping centers.                                                                   Businesses
                                                                                                     Private Nonprofits
                                                                                                 Retail Gasoline Stations
                                                                                                     Local Media PIOs

G. Reduced Usage by Fleet Managers                                                                 DEO, PSC & DEMA
    Delaware state agencies and local governments must take the lead in reducing                  State Fleet Managers
    energy consumption to set and example and to make a significant impact on                      City/County Fleets
    conservation of fuels. Fleet managers monitors use of vehicles.                                      DELDOT
                                                                                                  Delaware State Police
                                                                                                   New Castle Sheriff
                                                                                                   Kent County Sheriff
                                                                                                  Sussex County Sheriff
                                                                                                Local Police Departments
                                                                                                     State Agencies
                                                                                                   Local Government
                                                                                                        Businesses
                                                                                                    Private Nonprofits
                                                                                                 Retail Gasoline Stations
                                                                                                    Local Media PIOs




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4.20        Information Acquisition                                                            Implementation

  A. Information Acquisition                                                                    DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                               State Fleet Managers
        Information acquisition ensures correct and sufficient information for the DEO and
                                                                                                 City/County Fleets
        DEMA EOC in implementing this plan. Adequate information to determines both
        the supply and demand of motor fuels. The types of data needed include:                       DELDOT
                                                                                               Delaware State Police
             Market area and market share of prime suppliers                                  New Castle, Kent, and
             Anticipated and actual monthly deliveries and shortfalls of prime suppliers     Sussex County Sheriffs
                                                                                             Local Police Departments
              (individual companies)                                                              State Agencies
             Retail sales of gasoline stations                                                  Local Government
                                                                                                     Businesses
             Weekly traffic volume counts (DELDOT)
                                                                                                 Private Nonprofits
                                                                                              Retail Gasoline Stations

 4.21       Public Information                                                                 Implementation

  A. Public Information                                                                         DEO, PSC & DEMA
                                                                                               State Fleet Managers
        The purpose of this public information effort is to enhance public support and           City/County Fleets
        acceptance of any emergency fuel allocation or conservation strategies, and to                DELDOT
        assure public understanding of the requirements of any implemented strategy.           Delaware State Police
        There are three basic areas of public information required:                            New Castle, Kent, and
                                                                                              Sussex County Sheriffs
             How motorists comply with conservation strategies;                             Local Police Departments
             Additional energy-saving measures, other than those implemented in an               State Agencies
              emergency; and                                                                     Local Government
                                                                                                     Businesses
             Regular updates on fuel supplies, spot shortage areas and effectiveness of         Private Nonprofits
              conservation efforts (demand).                                                  Retail Gasoline Stations
  B.    Information dissemination will be traditional and include:
           News releases; daily response to media inquiries; and fact sheets and other
            publications on fuel-saving ideas.
  C.    Dissemination of information through retail gasoline outlets will include:
         Speakers provided to organizations;
         Films and other educational materials provided to organizations;
         Working through major employers to develop educational and incentive
            programs for their employees; and
         PSA Campaign
         TV Spot(s);
         Radio Spot(s);
         PSA Scripts, for all radio stations, issued regularly by DEO, giving both
            updates and information; and Request radio stations to air PSAs during drive
            time.




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4.22    Implementation Phase I Adequate Supply to Moderate Shortage                            Lead          Support

A. Public Information Campaign                                                                  DEO         DEMA PIO
    Promote carpooling/vanpooling/mass transit                                                              Local Media
                                                                                                             Gasoline
      DEO develops and distributes materials on gasoline conservation .
                                                                                                              Station
   Encourage fuel conservation in driving habits and auto maintenance                                        Operators
      DEO may develop questions and answers to be included in state driving
          test and manual.
      DEO conducts public education campaigns to promote fuel conservation
          prior to the peak driving months.

 B. Fuel Conservation Clearinghouse                                                             DEO          DEMA PIO
                                                                                                             Local Media
    DEO serves as facilitator to match employers with other employers with
                                                                                                              Gasoline
    successful rideshare programs                                                                              Station
     The DEO may survey all employers (250+ employees in the state). A letter                                Operators
        and questionnaire will be mailed to chief executives of these organizations
        regarding programs in place and the ridesharing need of the company. One
        possible outcome would be the development of ridesharing seminars for
        employers.


 C. Coordinate Fuel Contingency Planning                                                        DEO          DEMA PIO
                                                                                                             Local Media
     The governor may issue an executive order requiring a reduction in state                                Gasoline
         gasoline usage in state fleets.                                                                       Station
        The SEO may assist in the preparation of a fuel contingency plan for the state                       Operators
         fleet. It may include a survey of the current fleet and its uses, establishment
         of priority uses, development of alternatives for those curtailed activities, and
         determination of method of transport of gasoline supplies to fleets around the
         state.


 D. Fleet Management                                                                            DEO          DEMA PIO
                                                                                                Fleet        Local Media
     Fleet Managers will implement programs to reduce gasoline consumption in                Managers        Gasoline
         their fleets. Specifically, the fleet manager will implement the conservation                         Station
         program including special routing/scheduling techniques.                                             Operators
        The fleet manager may perform vehicle use studies with priority use
         established, and alternatives developed for non-priority use. The DEO PIO
         and the DEMA PIO will provide information to its citizens on the gasoline
         shortage. The DEO and DEMA PIO will determine the most effective method
         for information dissemination, including community events, press releases,
         and briefings.


E. Assist in the Delaware Set-Aside Program to Ease Temporary                                   DEO           DEMA PIO
                                                                                                             Local Media
   Shortages                                                                                   CDOT            Gasoline
    Here are tools to monitor gasoline supply and demand:                                                       Station
                                                                                                Local
    1. Traffic Counts – Monitor traffic volume at various locations. Specific                Governments      Operators
        locations could be expanded during a crisis.                                                         Local Media
                                                                                                              Local Law
    2. Retail Sales – Develop a survey of Delaware gasoline stations to monitor                              Enforcement
        retail sales on a monthly basis.




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4.23 Implementation Phase II - Moderate to Severe Shortage 10-15%                                  Lead          Support

A.        Minimum Purchase Plan                                                                     DEO          DEMA PIO
                                                                                                                Local Media
          Under this plan, Stage II measures would not begin until there are clear                                Gasoline
          indications that a serious shortage is imminent. The first measure to be                                 Station
          implemented under these conditions in the “minimum purchase” requirement.                              Operators
          1. Minimum purchase refers to the requirement that drivers buying gasoline for                         Local Law
               their cars must buy some minimum dollar or quantity per purchase. In times                       Enforcement
               of shortage, it appears that many drivers tend to “tank-top” - that is, they
               buy gasoline more often, frequently in smaller amounts, in order not to run
               low at a time when gasoline is difficult to purchase. While this is rational
               behavior from the standpoint of the individual, the cumulative effect is to
               worsen the shortage because more gasoline is being “stored” in
               automobile gasoline tanks, leaving less at gasoline stations. Minimum
               purchase requirements are established to discourage tank-topping.


 B.       Odd/Even Purchase Plan                                                                    DEO          DEMA PIO
                                                                                                                 Local Media
        In the face of a more serious shortage, it may be necessary to implement an                               Gasoline
        odd/even purchase plan. This is primarily a management method to reduce                                    Station
        lines by more evenly distributing demand.                                                                 Operators
      Action:                                                                                                    Local Media
           The approach to the implementation of both plans in Stage II is similar. The
            following tasks need to be developed of the implementation plan for
            odd/even and minimum purchase:
               Task Number One: Discussions with members of the petroleum
                industry in Delaware to work out the most practical and effective
                approach for implementing minimum purchase and odd/even plans.




  C. Moderate to Severe Shortage                                                                     DEO         DEMA PIO
      The DEO may initiate discussions with service station dealers. Minimum purchase               DEMA        Local Media
      and odd/even purchase, by their nature, must be implemented largely by the                     PSC          Gasoline
                                                                                                    Mayors         Station
      petroleum industry. Enforcement at the stations will be a special problem since a
                                                                                                City Managers    Operators
      large percent of the gasoline sold in Delaware is through self-service stations.           City Council   Local Media
                                                                                                   Delaware      Local Law
           Task Number 1: Discussions with representatives of other affected interests            Attorney     Enforcement
            to assure equitable treatment. Included within this task is the identification of      General’s
            those businesses and individuals likely to be impacted most severely by the              Office
            imposition of these measures. Discussions with representatives of these
            interests should be held to assist in the preparation of methods to minimize
            these adverse effects. DEO, PSC and DEMA will identify industries that may
            be particularly affected by severe gasoline shortages. This type of economic
            analysis will assure that the rural and urban interests of the state will be
            preserved to the fullest extent possible.




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4.23 Implementation Phase II - Moderate—Severe Shortage (Continued)                             Lead          Support

  D. Moderate to Severe Shortage                                                                  DEO         DEMA PIO
    The DEO may initiate discussions with service station dealers. Minimum purchase              DEMA        Local Media
    and odd/even purchase, by their nature, must be implemented largely by the                    PSC          Gasoline
                                                                                                 Mayors         Station
    petroleum industry. Enforcement at the stations will be a special problem since a        City Managers    Operators
    large percent of the gasoline sold in Delaware is through self-service stations.          City Council   Local Media
        Task Number 1: Discussions with representatives of other affected interests            Delaware
                                                                                                Attorney
                                                                                                              Local Law
                                                                                                             Enforcement
         to assure equitable treatment. Included within this task is the identification of      General’s
         those businesses and individuals likely to be impacted most severely by the              Office
         imposition of these measures. Discussions with representatives of these
         interests should be held to assist in the preparation of methods to minimize
         these adverse effects. DEO, PSC and DEMA will identify industries that may
         be particularly affected by severe gasoline shortages. This type of economic
         analysis will assure that the rural and urban interests of the state will be
         preserved to the fullest extent possible. Task Number 2: The DEO, PSC,
         and DEMA will determine how gasoline shortages are affecting Delaware
         communities. It is also desirable to have the GFCPC involved in determining
         the effectiveness in its area of any implementation measures that are
         undertaken. Specific issues of interest to ESF-12 Group may include: (1)
         ability to enforce any mandatory measures in light of manpower and funding
         limitations; (2) role of DEO and DEMA in providing public information on
         supply situation in a timely fashion; (3) provision of information on location
         and availability of gasoline, including a city hotline; and (4) maintenance of
         essential and priority uses for health, safety, fire, and mass transit.
        Task Number 3: Joint effort with the Delaware Attorney General to address
         legal implications. In order to assure smooth implementation of Stage II or
         Stage III measures, the legal mechanisms must be developed and ready to
         go. Adequate authority for all actions contemplated must be assured. The
         city attorney must consider the legal aspects of implementation and provide
         assistance to the Emergency services manager in this area.
        Task Number 4: Discussions with law enforcement authorities to clarify their
         role. Most of the actual enforcement responsibility under minimum purchase
         and odd/even rests with the service station operator. However, law
         enforcement authorities will also be involved.

        Task Number 5: Discussions with representatives of the media to enlist
         their cooperation in dealing with any emergency situation that might arise.
         The media plays a critical role in any emergency situation. It is through the
         media that the public learns about the situation --- its actual seriousness, as
         well as how to respond. It is essential that information given the public in an
         emergency be accurate. Cooperation should be established with the media
         to achieve the timely and accurate dissemination of information needed to
         deal effectively with any emergency that may arise.
        Task Number 6: If it becomes necessary to establish any of the measures
         proposed under Stages I or II, the DEO and DEMA Directors will have the
         primary responsibility for actual implementation and oversight. It will be
         necessary to have individuals ready and able to respond to any problems
         that might develop. These responsibilities must be clearly identified.
         Mechanisms for rapid implementation, as well as mechanisms for responding
         to problems, must be established.




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 4.24 Implementation Phase III - Severe Shortage                                               Lead      Support
  A. Expansion of Odd/Even Purchase Plan                                                       DEO       DEMA PIO
      This measure will follow the odd/even purchase plan except that motor fuel could                  Local Media
      be purchased on every third, fourth, or fifth day instead of every other day. The                   Gasoline
                                                                                                           Station
      last two digits of the license plate numbers would again be used as the basis for
                                                                                                         Operators
      distribution.                                                                                     Local Media
      Advantages: Low cost of implementation;                                                            Local Law
       Minimum enforcement problems;                                                                   Enforcement
       Can be adjusted as fuel supply changes;
       easily understood by public, because it closely resembles odd/even purchase
            plan already in place
       allows public to decide how to use its share of available motor fuel
       Easily understood by public, because it closely resembles odd/even
            purchase plan already in place; and
       Allows public to decide how to use its share of available motor fuel.
      Problems: Program must be designed to keep exemptions to a minimum and,
      therefore, provide times when the sale of fuel is unrestricted.
  B. Sunday Closing of Retail Stores                                                           DEO       DEMA PIO
      Advantages: Reduces fuel consumption between one and three percent;                               Local Media
                                                                                                          Gasoline
      reinforces the seriousness of motor fuel shortage; and encourages trip planning.
                                                                                                           Station
      Problems: Program must overcome regulations that force some retail stores to                       Operators
      remain open on Sunday; and exemptions would be needed for retail outlets that                     Local Media
      depend heavily on Sunday business.                                                                 Local Law
                                                                                                        Enforcement
  C. Reduce Speed Limits                                                                       DEO       DEMA PIO
      Automobiles and trucks generally are most fuel efficient in the 30 – 40 mph range.                Local Media
                                                                                                          Gasoline
      Although 50 mph is not the most optimum fuel conserving speed, it would result in
                                                                                                           Station
      worthwhile savings.                                                                                Operators
      Advantages: Reduces consumption of motor fuel by four percent or more                             Local Media
      (assumes a 70 percent compliance with 55 mph limit and 36 percent compliance                       Local Law
      with 50 mph limit).                                                                               Enforcement
      Problems: Increased travel time and enforcement.
  D. Mandatory Vehicle Tire Pressure Inspection                                                DEO          City
      It is estimated that over 50 percent of the vehicles on the road are run on under--               Departments
                                                                                                         DEMA PIO
      inflated tires. Furthermore, tests have shown that for every pound of under-
                                                                                                           Media
      inflation, fuel efficiency is cut by as much as two percent. A mandatory vehicle tire               Gasoline
      pressure inspection program would rely on retail service stations for inspection                     Station
      and inflation. Tire pressure inspection could also be included in mandatory safety                 Operators
      and emission inspections.
      Advantages: Reduce fuel consumption by about 3 percent; High acceptance by
      public; and Ease of implementation.
  Problems: Implementation of program at self-service stations; Acceptance of program
          by retail service stations; and difficulty of inspecting tire pressure when and if
          long gas lines exist.




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     4.25   Implementation Phase IV Critical Shortage                                      Lead          Support

 A.    The DEO will continue to allocate limited petroleum supplies through                 DEO           DEO PIO
       the Delaware Petroleum Set-Aside Program. DEO will continue the                  DEMA EOC        DEMA PIO
       intensified level of monitoring and maintenance of contacts with suppliers,        Governor      Local Media
       distributors, and users until conditions have returned to normal. monitors       City Councils    Gasoline
       motor fuel supply and demand Information from DOE-EIA Monthly Fuel                   Local         Station
       Outlook, which discusses fuel supply and demand in the upcoming month.           Governments      Operators
                                                                                        ESF-12 & 14     Local Media
      Governor and Mayors may declare a state of emergency                                 Group
                                                                                                         Local Law
      The focal point of the public information program and other actions may be                       Enforcement
       transferred to the Governor’s Office. Public education as to the status of the
       crisis will be crucial. Data collections and monitoring functions of the DEO,                    City County
       PSC, ESF-12 and ESF-14 Group will be functioning at maximum capacity.                             Agencies
                                                                                                            And
                                                                                                        Departments




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       4.26       Delaware Gasoline Stations – Source: DE Department of Agriculture – Weights and Measures
 LIC_NO                  BUSINESS                      ADDRESS                  CITY                ZIP
           142 NORTH STREET MARINA        R.D. 3 BOX 164 A               FENWICK ISLAND           19944
  80690    3 STARR DELI                   P.O. BOX 103                   HARBESON                 19951
  80388    7-11 #1126-11291               1113 MARKET & JUSTIS STS       NEWPORT                  19804
  80390    7-11 #1126-22085               RT 13 & GLENWOOD AVE           SMYRNA                   19977
  80391    7-11 #1126-23128               2 MEMORIAL DRIVE               NEW CASTLE               19720
  80387    7-11 #1126-2404                MILLTOWN RD & KIRKWOOD HWY WILMINGTON                   19808
  80393    7-11 #23784                    502 REHOBOTH AVENUE            REHOBOTH                 19971
  80386    7-11 #2406-22003               284 CHRISTIANA ROAD            NEW CASTLE               19720
  80457    896 GULF, INC.                 1107 S. COLLEGE AVENUE         NEWARK                   19711
  80105    896 TEXACO                     1005 S. COLLEGE AVENUE         NEWARK                   19711
           ACE PETROLEUM, INC.            2801 CONCORD PIKE              WILMINGTON               19805
           ADVANCE AUTO SERVICE
  80608    CENTER                         3209 MILLER ROAD               WILMINGTON               19802
  80461    AERO TAXI INC                  110 OLD CHURCHMANS RD          NEW CASTLE               19720
  80010    AIRPORT EXXON                  200 W NEW CHURCHMANS RD        NEW CASTLE               19720
  80523    AIRPORT GETTY                  129 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY          NEW CASTLE               19720
  80695    AIRPORT ROAD TEXACO            289 CHRISTIANA ROAD            NEW CASTLE               19720
  80007    ALLEN PETROLEUM CORP           PORTER ST & NANTICOKE AVE      SEAFORD                  19973
  80005    ALLEN'S AUTO CARE              323 STEIN HIGHWAY              SEAFORD                  19973
  80006    ALLEN'S AUTO CARE II           1602 MIDDLEFORD ROAD           SEAFORD                  19973
  80226    AL'S COUNTRY STORE             RT. 16                         GREENWOOD                19950
  80047    B & D SHELL FOOD MART          2410 PULASKI HIGHWAY           NEWARK                   19702
  80044    BAKER'S EXXON                  1301 HIGHWAY ONE               LEWES                    19958
           BALDINI'S CONCORD SERVICE
  80043    STATION                        2701 CONCORD PIKE              WILMINGTON               19803
                                          348 ROUTE 24 (LOVES CREEK
           BAR-SGR-LLC                    BRIDGE)                        LEWES                    19958
  80136    BASTIANELLI'S EXXON SERVICE    502 EAST MARKET STREET         GEORGETOWN               19947
  80697    BEAR CREEK CROSSING AMOCO 906 S DUPONT HIGHWAY                NEW CASTLE               19720
  80344    BEAR NECESSITIES               1923 PULASKI HIGHWAY           BEAR                     19701
           BEAR TEXACO                    841 PULASKI HIGHWAY            BEAR                     19701
  80538    BESTS' STORE                   RTE 1 & 9                      NASSAU                   19969
  80037    BETHEL MARKET INC              MAIN & VINE STREET             BETHEL                   19931
  80031    BOB'S MARINE SERVICE INC       RT 17 & 26                     CLARKSVILLE              19970
  80030    BOB'S TEXACO SERVICE           505 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY          NEW CASTLE               19720
  80025    BODIE'S DAIRY MARKET - CS      78 CHURCH STREET               SELBYVILLE               19975
  80029    BODIE'S DAIRY MARKET - MS      912 MAIN STREET                DAGSBORO                 19939
  80026    BODIE'S DAIRY MARKET #2        116 MAGNOLIA STREET            MILTON                   19968
  80028    BODIE'S DAIRY MARKET-G         105 S BEDFORD STREET           GEORGETOWN               19947
   8002    BODIE'S DAIRY MARKET-M                                        MILLSBORO                19966
  80024    BOULDEN INC                    540 OLD BARKSDALE RD           NEWARK                   19711
  80023    BOULEVARD GULF                 400 M L KING BLVD              WILMINGTON               19801
                                          350 MILFORD HARRINGTON
           BP EXPRESS # 70                HIGHWAY                        MILFORD                  19963
  80342    BP EXPRESS 24 (SUPER SODA)     4722 N DUPONT HWY              TOWNSEND                 19734


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  80559    BRANDYWINE GETTY               1712 FOULK RD                 WILMINGTON        19801
  80463    BRANDYWINE OIL CO              NEW CASTLE AVE & C STREET     WILMINGTON        19801
  80022    BROOKSIDE EXXON                366 E CHESTNUT HILL ROAD      NEWARK            19713
  80019    BUCKLEY'S SHELL                208 S. MARYLAND AVENUE        WILMINGTON        19804
           CALHOUN'S COUNTRY STORE        R.D. 5 BOX 831                MILFORD           19963
  80068    CAREYS INC                     RT 13 & 24                    LAUREL            19956
  80066    CASERTA'S SERVICE CENTER       601 CONCORD PIKE              WILMINGTON        19802
  80617    CASTLE HILLS BP                1713 NEW CASTLE AVE.          NEW CASTLE        19720
  80643    CASTLE MALL EXXON              263 E. CHESTNUT HILL ROAD     NEWARK            19711
  80065    CEDAR CREEK BAIT & TACKLE      COUNTY ROAD 203               MILFORD           19963
  80444    CEDAR'S TEXACO & DELI INC      2501 NEWPORT GAP PK           WILMINGTON        19808
  80454    CHANDELLE ESTATES AIRPORT      114 KRUGER BLVD               DOVER             19901
  80618    CHELSEA GULF                   1 JAY DRIVE                   NEW CASTLE        19720
  80064    CHESTNUT HILL TEXACO           380 E CHESTNUT HILL ROAD      NEWARK            19713
  80596    CLARK'S COUNTRY STORE          RT 300 & 42                   KENTON            19955
           CLAYMONT AMACO                 3421 PHILADELPHIA PIKE        CLAYMONT          19703
                                          PHILADELPHIA PIKE & MYRTLE
  80061    CLAYMONT EXXON                 AVE                           CLAYMONT          19703
  80326    CLAYMONT GETTY                 3506 PHILADELPHIA PIKE        CLAYMONT          19703
  80485    CLEMENTS SUPPLY CO., INC.      S. BASSETT STREET             CLAYTON           19938
  80675    COASTAL MART                   3596 WRANGLE HILL ROAD        BEAR              19701
  80057    COMMUNITY SHELL                RT. 273 & APPLEBY ROAD        NEW CASTLE        19720
  80553    COMPANY STORE-M                CHESTNUT STREET               MILTON            19968
  80242    CONCORD PIKE GULF              1801 CONCORD PIKE             WILMINGTON        19803
  80055    COUNTRY CUPBOARD LTD.          1200 WILLOW GROVE ROAD        FELTON            19943
  80070    CPG, INC.                      2036 NEW CASTLE AVENUE        NEW CASTLE        19720
  80052    CUMBERLAND FARMS #0701         628 E. BASIN ROAD             NEW CASTLE        19720
  80051    CUMBERLAND FARMS #0702         1703 NEW CASTLE AVE.          NEW CASTLE        19720
  80049    CUMBERLAND FARMS #0706         2136 W. NEWPORT PIKE          WILMINGTON        19804
  80048    CUMBERLAND FARMS #0707         2480 SUMMIT BRIDGE RD.        NEWARK            19711
                                          3310PHILADELPHIA PIKE @ GOV
           CUMBERLAND FARMS #703          PRINTZ                        CLAYMONT          19703
           DAFB SERVICE STATION           DOVER AIR FORCE BASE          DOVER             19901
  80086    DAGSBORO FOOD RITE             MAIN STREET - P.O. BOX 186    DAGSBORO          19939
  80590    DAGSBORO GULF                  RT 26 & MAIN ST               DAGSBORO          19939
  80551    DAILY MARKET                   420 E SAVANNAH ROAD           LEWES             19958
  80560    DANIELLE'S SERVICE STATION     104 B WEST ST                 LAUREL            19956
  80092    DAWN AERONAUTICS INC           120 OLD CHURCHMANS RD         NEW CASTLE        19720
           DE SEASHORE STATE PARK
           MARINA                         INLET 838                     REHOBOTH          19971
  80091    DEERHURST EXXON                800 FOULK ROAD                WILMINGTON        19803
  80260    DELAWARE AUTO SERVICE          1603 PENN. AVENUE             WILMINGTON        19808
  80572    DELAWARE CITY MARINA           302 CANAL STREET              DELAWARE CITY     19709
           DELAWARE SEASHORE ST PK
           MARINA
           DELAWARE TRUCK PLAZA           194 S. DUPONT HWY.            NEW CASTLE        19720
  80450    DELMARVA AIRCRAFT INC          SUSSEX COUNTY AIRPORT         GEORGETOWN        19947
  80084    DE-LUX DAIRY MARKET I          RD 1, BOX 197-A               ELLENDALE         19941
  80083    DE-LUX DAIRY MARKET II         RD 2 BOX 397 A                SEAFORD           19973


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  80080    DE-LUX DAIRY MARKET III        RT 1 & CULLEN STREET              DEWEY BEACH        19971
  80082    DE-LUX DAIRY MARKET IV         BOX 190, N. DUAL HWY              LAUREL             19956
  80081    DE-LUX DAIRY MARKET V          ROUTE 13 NORTH BOUND              LAUREL             19956
  80085    DE-LUX DAIRY MARKET VI         511 NORTH CENTRAL AVE             LAUREL             19956
  80577    DESMOND DELI                   R.D. 1, BOX 970                   KENTON             19938
  80079    DEWEY BEACH EXXON              SWEDE STREET                      DEWEY BEACH        19971
  80507    DIAMOND FLITE CENTER LTD       151 N DUPONT HWY                  NEW CASTLE         19720
           DOVER AMOCO                    785 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY             DOVER              19901
  80074    DOVER EXXON SERVICE CENTER 11 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY                  DOVER              19901
  80603    DOVER GOOSE CREEK              1706 E. LEBANON RD.               DOVER              19901
  80612    DOVER SHELL                    758 S DUPONT HWY                  DOVER              19901
           DUNCAN PENTROLEUM SUPER
  80533    SODA                           177 OLD CAMDEN RD.                CAMDEN             19934
           DUNLINDEN MOBIL                3927 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY             WILMINGTON         19804
  80073    DUPONT AMOCO                   MONROE AND HARRISON               NEW CASTLE         19720
  80544    EAGLE CREST AERODROME          COUNTY RD 258                     MILTON             19968
  80110    EARL'S MINI MART INC           RT 6 & 300                        SMYRNA             19977
  80104    ELLENDALE EXXON                R.D. 1 BOX 197 (RT 113 & RT 16)   ELLENDALE          19941
  80534    EXPRESS 24 # 40                2490 FORREST AVENUE               DOVER              19901
  80527    EXXON SHOP OF SEAFORD          R.D. 4 BOX 112                    SEAFORD            19923
  80099    EXXON SHOP REHOBOTH            4301 HIGHWAY ONE                  REHOBOTH           19971
  40008    F & H TRANSPORT                520 TERMINAL AVENUE               NEW CASTLE         19720
  80122    FAULKLAND EXXON                FAULKLAND & CENTRE RDS            WILMINGTON         19805
  80597    FAULKNER'S STORE, INC.         6549 HALLTOWN ROAD                HARTLY             19901
  80578    FELTON GOOSE CREEK             PO BOX 357                        FELTON             19943
  80481    FELTON SERVICE CENTER          12 & 13 S                         FELTON             19943
  80119    FENWICK TEXACO                 OCEAN HWY. & BAYARD ST.           FENWICK ISLAND     19944
  80118    FIELDSBORO B.P.                3622 N DUPONT HIGHWAY             TOWNSEND           19734
  80502    FIRST STATE EXXON              400 PULASKI HWY.                  NEW CASTLE         19720
  80008    FOULK & MURPHY SHELL           715 FOULK ROAD                    WILMINGTON         19805
                                          1801 FOULK RD @ SILVERSIDE
  80183    FOULK ROAD EXXON               RD                                WILMINGTON         19810
  80568    FOULK ROAD SUNOCO              1715 FOULK RD.                    WILMINGTON         19803
  80114    FRAN'S DAIRY MKT.              RT. 20 CONCORD RD.                SEAFORD            19973
   8011    FUZZY'S TIRE & ALIGNMENT       ROUTE 26 EAST                     CLARKSVILLE        19970
   8014    G & E INC                      CEDAR NECK ROAD                   OCEAN VIEW         19970
  80123    GALLASSO FAIRFAX SUNOCO        2401 CONCORD PIKE                 WILMINGTON         19803
  80133    GASWAY INC                     189 ELKTON RD.                    NEWARK             19711
  80480    GENERAL STORE                  8 PEDDLERS VILLAGE                LEWES              19958
  80138    GENE'S GULF SERVICE            1001 W. 4TH STREET                WILMINGTON         19805
  80138    GENE'S GULF SERVICE            1001 W. 4TH STREET                WILMINGTON         19805
   8063    GEORGETOWN CITGO #107          702 N. DUPONT HWY.                GEORGETOWN         19947
   8013    GEORGETOWN EXXON               R.D. 1 BOX 95                     GEORGETOWN         19947
  80135    GEORGETOWN ONE STOP            98 N DUPONT HIGHWAY               GEORGETOWN         19947
  80464    GETTY MART                     1400 S DUPONT HIGHWAY             NEW CASTLE         19709
                                          1716 LOVERING AVE & SCOTT
  80134    GETTY MART - WILM              STREET                            WILMINGTON         19806
  80131    GLASGOW CITGO                  2964 PULASKI HWY                  NEWARK             19711
  80644    GLASGOW SUNOCO                 2565 PULASKI HWY                  NEWARK             19702


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  80459    GRAYLYN GETTY                  1701 MARSH ROAD             WILMINGTON      19810
  80446    GRAY'S MOBIL SERVICE           RT 113                      FRANKFORD       19945
  80126    GREENHILL CAR WASH             4TH & GREENHILL AVE         WILMINGTON      19805
  80125    GREENVILLE SHELL               3816 KENNETT PIKE           GREENVILLE      19807
           GREENVILLE STAR MART
           TEXACO                         3800 KENNETT PIKE           GREENVILLE      19807
   8065    GREGG'S SUNOCO                 3701 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY`      WILMINGTON      19808
  80525    GULF FOOD MART                 201 S. HEALD STREET         WILMINGTON      19801
  80181    HARBOR VIEW MARINA INC         ELLIOTT AVE                 OCEAN VIEW      19970
  80178    HARE'S CORNER TEXACO, INC.     102 N DUPONT HIGHWAY        NEW CASTLE      19720
  80098    HARPER'S MOTOR FUELS, LTD.     1816 LANCASTER AVE          WILMINGTON      19805
  80098    HARPER'S MOTOR FUELS, LTD.     1816 LANCASTER AVE          WILMINGTON      19805
           HARRINGTON SHELL MART          316 DELAWARE AVE            HARRINGTON      19952
  80177    HARRINGTON TRU BLU             88 CLARK STREET             HARRINGTON      19952
  80163    HENDRICKS & SON INC            VERNON RD & ELIZABETH AVE   HARRINGTON      19952
           HENRY'S CAR CARE CENTER        7427 LANCASTER PIKE         HOCKESSIN       19707
  80161    HERBERTS GAS STATION           R.D. 1 BOX 475 A - RT. 16   ELLENDALE       19941
  80160    HEREDIA'S CITGO                135 S. DUPONT HIGHWAY       NEW CASTLE      19720
  80160    HEREDIA'S CITGO                135 S. DUPONT HIGHWAY       NEW CASTLE      19720
  80158    HESSEY'S AUTO CARE             235 E DELAWARE AVE          NEWARK          19711
           HF GODWIN & SON SHELL
  80128    SERVICE                        804 S. COLLEGE AVENUE       NEWARK          19713
  80156    HIGH'S #090                    90 EAST MARKET ST           GEORGETOWN      19947
  80155    HIGH'S #105                    ROUTE 1                     REHOBOTH        19971
  80154    HIGH'S #109                    303 REHOBOTH AVENUE         REHOBOTH        19971
  80153    HILLSIDE OIL CO INC            40 BROOKHILL DR             NEWARK          19702
  80152    HILLTOP MINI MARKET INC.       ROUTE 13 & ROUTE 16         GREENWOOD       19950
                                          CONCORD AVENUE & MARKET
  80629    HI-TECH GAS                    ST.                         WILMINGTON      19802
  80162    HJD ENTERPRISES INC            4830 KIRKWOOD HWY.          WILMINGTON      19808
  80149    HOCKER'S GROCERY & DELI        RT 26 & 17                  CLARKSVILLE     19970
  80677    HOCKESSIN GULF                 7366 LANCASTER PIKE         HOCKESSIN       19707
  80429    HOCKESSIN TEXACO               7441 LANCASTER PIKE         HOCKESSIN       19707
  80653    HORTON BROS INC                820 S. COLLEGE AVENUE       NEWARK          19713
  80678    HORTON BROS. MOBIL             1106 S. COLLEGE AVENUE      NEWARK          19713
  80477    HYLTON'S MARKET INC            4 E. CAMDEN-WYOMING AVENUE CAMDEN           19934
  80188    IQBAL ENTERPRISE INC.          1148 CHRISTIANA ROAD        NEWARK          19713
  80188    IQBAL ENTERPRISE INC.          1148 CHRISTIANA ROAD        NEWARK          19713
           J & M ROUTE 9 AMOCO            2038 NEW CASTLE AVENUE      NEW CASTLE      19720
  80591    JAY MARC INC.                  208 DORMAN STREET           HARRINGTON      19952
  80190    JAY'S MARKET                   ROUTE 113 & HICKEY STREET   FRANKFORD       19945
  80129    JEAN'S TEXACO & REDI MART      3001 NEW CASTLE AVENUE      NEW CASTLE      19720
  80447    JOE & TONY'S SERVICE INC       3209 PHILADELPHIA PIKE      CLAYMONT        19703
  80541    JOHN PETROLEUM                 1607 PHILADELPHIA PIKE      WILMINGTON      19809
  80548    JV AUTO SERVICE INC.           1500 W. NEWPORT PIKE        WILMINGTON      19804
  80220    KAYO OIL CO. - E               1500 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY       ELSMERE         19805
  80219    KAYO OIL CO. - O               412 N. 6TH STREET           ODESSA          19730
  80217    KELLY'S MOBIL SERVICENTER      2711 LANCASTER AVE.         WILMINGTON      19805


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  80217    KELLY'S MOBIL SERVICENTER      2711 LANCASTER AVE.        WILMINGTON     19805
  80216    KENS EXXON                     1100 SAVANNAH ROAD         LEWES          19958
           KHAN BROTHERS MEMORIAL
  80640    GULF                           3006 NEW CASTLE AVENUE     NEW CASTLE     19720
  80215    KIM'S SHELL AUTO SERVICE       2331 N DUPONT HWY          NEW CASTLE     19720
  80418    KING'S ANGOLA CITGO            ROUTE 24 & ROAD 279        LEWES          19958
  80510    KING'S GENERAL STORE           ROUTE 13 & ROUTE 896       TOWNSEND       19734
  80589    KING'S GEORGETOWN MOBIL        RT 9 EAST                  GEORGETOWN     19947
  80209    KING'S LITTLE HEAVEN CITGO     7865 BAY ROAD              FREDERICA      19946
  80213    KING'S MAIN STREET MOBIL       109 S. MAIN STREET         CAMDEN         19934
  80512    KING'S MAIN STREET TEXACO      308 W. MAIN STREET         MIDDLETOWN     19709
  80606    KING'S MARKET                  RD 3, BOX 206              LINCOLN        19960
  80520    KING'S MOXLEY AUTO REPAIR      RT. 13                     FELTON         19943
  80499    KING'S PENN. AVENUE CONOCO     1701 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE   WILMINGTON     19806
           KINGS SHORE STOP EXPRESS #
  80204    116                            522 W STEIN HWY            SEAFORD        19973
  80528    KING'S SUMMIT TEXACO           4434 SUMMIT BRIDGE ROAD    MIDDLETOWN     19709
  80403    KIRKWOOD CITGO                 3927 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY      WILMINGTON     19808
  80199    KIRKWOOD EXXON                 2007 NEWPORT GAP PIKE      WILMINGTON     19808
  80576    KIRKWOOD MOBIL                 1205 CAPITOL TRAIL         NEWARK         19711
  80197    KOALA ENTERPRISES INC          900 N DUPONT HWY           NEW CASTLE     19720
  80517    LAKESIDE DAIRY MARKET          1695 S. STATE STREET       DOVER          19901
   8069    LANCASTER PIKE BIPNC           4001 LANCASTER AVENUE      WILMINGTON     19805
  80222    LARRY'S MOBIL                  2501 FAULK ROAD            WILMINGTON     19810
  80223    LAUREL EXXON                   NE CNR 9 & 13              LAUREL         19956
  80224    LAUREL OASIS                   US 13 NORTH                LAUREL         19956
  80225    LAUREL SAVE STATION            DUAL 13                    LAUREL         19956
  80451    LAUREL SHELL MART              ROUTES 13 AND 9            LAUREL         19956
  80226    LEE'S COUNTRY STORE            ROUTE 16 WEST              GREENWOOD      19950
  80227    LEISURE POINT MARKET           LONG NECK ROAD             MILLSBORO      19966
  80228    LEWES CITGO - KH               KINGS HIGHWAY #1           LEWES          19958
  80607    LEWES CITGO - SR               1141 SAVANNAH RD           LEWES          19958
  80229    LEWES GULF                  800 KINGS HIGHWAY             LEWES          19958
                                       217 ANGLER'S ROAD, P.O. BOX
  80602    LEWES HARBOUR BAIT & TACKLE 788                           LEWES          19958
  80230    LEWES YACHT CLUB MARINA        CEDAR ST AT ROOSEVELT INLET LEWES         19958
  80611    LIBERTY PETROLEUM, INC         1201 N. DUPONT HWY         NEW CASTLE     19720
           LIMESTONE GASOLINE & FOOD
  80231    SER.                           4598 KIRKWOOD HWY          WILMINGTON     19808
  80233    LOFLAND'S GARAGE INC.          202 UNION STREET           MILTON         19968
  80235    LOGUE MOBIL                    101 N. UNION STREET        WILMINGTON     19805
           LONGNECK DASH-IN               RT 11 BOX 290 LONGNECK ROAD MILLSBORO     19966
  80236    LUCKY 7                      3150 N DUPONT HIGHWAY        DOVER          19901
           LYNCH'S HEIGHTS MOBIL (SERV.
  80469    ENERGY)                      840 BAY ROAD                 MILFORD        19963
  80469    M & H WELDING                  R.D. #1, BOX 135-B         MILTON         19968
  80542    M & R ENTERPRISES              3724 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY      WILMINGTON     19808
  80013    M. BURRIS & SON                135 CAESAR RODNEY AVE      CAMDEN         19934
           MALONE BAYSIDE MARINA          R.D. 1 BOX 302             MILLSBORO      19966
  80691    MANOR AMOCO                    605 N DUPONT HIGHWAY       NEW CASTLE     19720


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  80241    MANOR EXXON INC.                1401 N. DUPONT HWY.         NEW CASTLE     19720
  80244    MARKET STREET TEXACO            4201 N. MARKET ST.          WILMINGTON     19802
  80456    MARSH ROAD GULF                 1700 MARSH ROAD             WILMINGTON     19720
  80245    MARVIN'S MARKET                 RT 54 - PO BOX 824          SELBYVILLE
  80249    MEADOWOOD DELI                  2603 CAPITOL TRAIL          NEWARK         19711
  80557    MEADOWOOD MOBIL                 2650 KIRKWOOD HWY           NEWARK         19711
  80252    MELVIN'S SUNOCO                 1004 S. STATE STREET        DOVER          19901
  80634    MERCHANTS SQUARE SERV CTR 4015 GOV. PRINTZ BLVD.            WILMINGTON     19802
  80255    MERIT DOVER                     31 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY        DOVER          19901
  80256    MERIT KIRKWOOD                  5801 KIRKWOOD HWY           WILMINGTON     19808
  80257    MERIT NEW CASTLE                506 DUPONT HWY              NEW CASTLE     19720
  80258    MERIT WILMINGTON                207 S. MARKET STREET        WILMINGTON     19801
           MESSICK SUPPLY                  RT 2 BOX 365 B              SEAFORD        19973
  80259    MIDDLEFORD DELI                 535 MIDDLEFORD ROAD         SEAFORD        19973
           MIDDLETOWN CAR WASH             851 N. BROAD STREET         MIDDLETOWN     19709
  80476    MIKE'S MINI MARKET              1454 FREDERICA ROAD         FREDERICA      19946
           MILFORD EXXON / DASH # 126      8 S DUPONT BLVD             MILFORD        19963
           MILFORD MOBIL (SERVICE
  80470    ENERGY)                         13 CAUSEY AVE.              MILFORD        19963
  80262    MILLCREEK TEXACO                1327 MCKENNANS CHURCH RD.   WILMINGTON     19808
  80582    MILLER ROAD MOBIL / TEXACO      3507 MILLER RD              WILMINGTON     19802
  80263    MILLS BROS MARKET # 1           1606 BAY ROAD               MILFORD        19963
  80627    MILLS BROS MARKETS #2           508 S.E. 2ND STREET         MILFORD        19963
  80264    MILLS BROS. MILFORD #3          REHOBOTH HWY                MILFORD        19963
  80727    MILLSBORO BEST MARKET           RT 337 SOUTH DUPONT HIGHWAY MILLSBORO      19966
  80600    MILLSBORO SHELL INC.            ROUTE 113 & 47              MILLSBORO      19966
  80265    MILLSBORO TEXACO                US 113                      MILLSBORO      19966
  80495    MILLVILLE SERVICE CENTER        RD 2 BOX 106                MILLVILLE      19970
  80475    MILTON QUICK STOP               122 ELLENDALE ROAD          MILTON         19968
           MILTON SERVICE CENTER           742A UNION STREET           MILTON         19968
  80102    MISPILLION MARINA               RT 1 & 36                   MILFORD        19963
  80222    MOBIL SERVICE                   FAULK & NAAMANS ROADS       WILMINGTON     19810
  80586    MOORE'S LANE MOBIL              456 MOORES LANE             NEW CASTLE     19720
  80729    MS PETROLEUM INC                615 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY        WILMINGTON     19805
           MURPHY'S MARINA                 62 WEST LAGOON RD           DAGSBORO       19939
  80274    MUSSER TIRE CENTER INC          1101 S CENTRAL AVE          LAUREL         19956
  80197    NEW CASTLE AMOCO                900 N. DUPONT HWY.          NEW CASTLE     19720
  80696    NEW CASTLE SHELL                178 S. E. DUPONT HIGHWAY    NEW CASTLE     19720
  80509    NEWARK CITGO                    350 ELKTON RD               NEWARK         19711
  80277    NEWPORT VENTURES INC            JAMES & JUSTIS STS          NEWPORT        19804
  80279    NEWPROT AUTO CENTER             307 W NEWPORT PIKE          NEWPORT        19804
  80276    NICK'S SERVICE STATIONS, INC.   RT. 273 & CHAPMAN RD.       NEWARK         19711
  80574    NORRIS ANDY AUTOMOTIVE          730 S MARYLAND AVE          WILMINGTON     19804
  80474    NORTH 113 TRAVEL MART INC       701 CLAYTON ROAD            DAGSBORO       19939
  80736    NORTH DOVER TIGER MART          1710 N DUPONT HIGHWAY       DOVER          19901
  80593    OCEAN BAY MART AMOCO            3716 HIGHWAY ONE            REHOBOTH       19971
           OGLETOWN MOBIL                  728 E CHESTNUT HILL ROAD    NEWARK         19713
  80601    PAPER MILL SHELL GTD            668 PAPER MILL ROAD         NEWARK         19711

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  80537    PEARSON'S SUPERMARKET INC      5782 FORREST AVENUE         DOVER              19955
  80296    PENN & UNION TEXACO            2001 PENN. AVENUE           WILMINGTON         19806
  80297    PENNYHILL EXXON                700 PHILADELPHIA PIKE       WILMINGTON         19809
  80298    PENNYHILL SERVICE CENTER       708 PHILADELPHIA PIKE       WILMINGTON         19809
  80303    PEP-UP #01                     ROUTE 1 BETHANY BEACH       BETHANY BEACH      19930
  80304    PEP-UP #02                     RT 13 @ RT 404              GREENWOOD          19950
  80299    PEP-UP #08                     ROUTE 5                     MILLSBORO          19966
  80300    PEP-UP #11                     ROUTE 1 (North Bound)       REHOBOTH           19971
  80306    PEP-UP #18                     ROUTE 113                   MILLSBORO          19966
  80305    PEP-UP #20                     ROUTE 1 & 54                FENWICK ISLAND     19944
  80564    PETREA & SON INC. - B          401 MARKET STREET           BRIDGEVILLE        19933
  80309    PETREA & SON INC. - S          STEIN HIGHWAY & IVY DRIVE   SEAFORD            19923
  80588    PIKE CREEK CROSSING TEXACO 5821 LIMESTONE RD.              HOCKESSIN          19707
  80312    PLAZA EXXON                    300 CHAPMAN STREET          NEWARK             19711
  80313    PONTE'S SHELL AUTO CARE        2530 CONCORD PIKE           WILMINGTON         19803
           POT NETS BAIT & TACKLE         LONG NECK ROAD              MILLSBORO          19966
           POT NETS SEASIDE BAIT &
           TACKLE                         50 SAND PIPER ROAD          MILLSBORO          19966
  80635    PRESS' SERVICE CENTER          600 FIFTH STREET            DELAWARE CITY      19706
           QUICK PIT STOP                 DE 301 SOUTH                MIDDLETOWN         19709
   8003    RE BLAKELEY & SON              509 WEST MARKET STREET      GEORGETOWN         19947
  80317    RED MILL AMOCO                 1400 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY       NEWARK             19711
           REHOBOTH BAY MARINA            1117 HIGHWAY DRIVE          REHOBOTH           19971
  80319    REHOBOTH SHELL INC.            3900 HIGHWAY ONE            REHOBOTH           19971
  80573    REHOBOTH TIGER MART            4519 HIGHWAY ONE            REHOBOTH           19971
           REISS' CLAYMONT SERVICE
  80060    STATION                        3220 PHILADELPHIA PIKE      CLAYMONT           19703
  80115    RICH FRANKLIN'S MIDWAY GULF 4601 KIRKWOOD HWY.             NEWARK             19971
  80324    RIDGAWAY TOWING                735 PHILADELPHIA PIKE       WILMINGTON         19809
  80546    RIVERFRONT TEXACO              300 S. WALNUT STREET        WILMINGTON         19801
  80287    RON'S DISCOUNT TIRES           1 JAY DRIVE                 NEW CASTLE         19720
  80332    ROYAL FARM STORE #38           500 S HIGH ST               SEAFORD            19973
           ROYAL FARMS                    566 S. DUPONT HIGHWAY       MILFORD            19963
  80402    SAC TIRE SERVICE INC - CR      285 CHRISTIANA RD           NEW CASTLE         19720
  80406    SAC TIRE SERVICE INC - ER      287 ELKTON RD.              NEWARK             19711
  80404    SAC TIRE SERVICE INC - RR      1000 RIDGE ROAD             CLAYMONT           19703
                                          MARYLAND AVE. & ROBINSON
  80405    SAC TIRE SERVICE INC-M         LANE                        WILMINGTON         19804
  80385    SAL'S AUTO SERVICE INC         3000 LANCASTER AVE          WILMINGTON         19805
  80046    SAMANA INC                     1401 NORTHEAST BLVD.        WILMINGTON         19802
  80565    SAM'S PETERSBURG STORE         DE RT 10 COUNTY RD 214      PETERSBURG         19943
  80400    SANDY FORK GENERAL STORE       RT 24                       LAUREL             19956
  80532    SCHOOLSIDE GETTY               BASIN & FRENCHTOWN RDS.     NEW CASTLE         19720
           SEAFORD QUCK STOP              211 W STEIN HIGHWAY         SEAFORD            19973
  80396    SEAFORD TRU BLUE               RT 13 @ MIDDLEFORD ROAD     SEAFORD            19973
  80393    SELBYVILLE FOODRITE            48 N MAIN ST                SELBYVILLE         19975
  80394    SELBYVILLE SHELL               RT 113 & GUMBORO ROAD       SELBYVILLE         19975
  80479    SERVICE ENERGY                 47 CLAY ROAD                LEWES              19958
  80479    SERVICE OIL CO                 47 CLAY RD                  LEWES              19958


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  80472    SERVICE OIL QUICK STOP         505 BAY ROAD                DOVER             19901
  80035    SHELL FOOD MARKET              701 OGLETOWN ROAD           NEWARK            19711
  80630    SHELL FOOD MART                1022 DELAWARE AVENUE        WILMINGTON        19806
           SHELL FOOD MART - F            1800 FOULK RD.              WILMINGTON        19810
  80329    SHELL FOOD MART ROSELLE        2510 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY       WILMINGTON        19805
  80384    SHELL FOOD MART-D              1275 S DUPONT HIGHWAY       DOVER             19901
  80383    SHELL FOOD MART-W              3000 N. MARKET STREET       WILMINGTON        19802
           SHERMAN HEATING OILS           223-G ELLENDALE ROAD        MILTON            19968
  80212    SHORE STOP # 107               423 S. DUPONT HIGHWAY       DOVER             19901
  80206    SHORE STOP # 114               1979 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY      DOVER             19901
  80205    SHORE STOP # 115               1491 S. GOVERNORS AVENUE    DOVER             19901
  80203    SHORE STOP # 117               530 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY       DOVER             19901
  80200    SHORE STOP # 119               891 S. DUPONT HIGHWAY       NEW CASTLE        19720
  80211    SHORE STOP # 121               1358 FORREST AVENUE         DOVER             19901
           SHORE STOP # 122               1885 BAY ROAD               MILFORD           19963
  80514    SHORE STOP # 141               2920 N DUPONT HIGHWAY       DOVER             19901
  80515    SHORE STOP # 142               1612 S DUPONT HWY           DOVER             19901
  80522    SHORE STOP # 145               RT. 13 & GLENWOOD AVE.      SMYRNA            19977
           SHORE STOP # 154 -
  80561    HARRINGTON CITGO               17256 S DUPONT HIGHWAY      HARRINGTON        19952
  80581    SHORE STOP # 156               1001 FORREST AVENUE         DOVER             19901
  80364    SHORE STOP # 41                788 GARFIELD PARKWAY        BETHANY BEACH     19930
  80382    SHORE STOP # 53                1014 S. LITTLE CREEK ROAD   DOVER             19901
  80379    SHORE STOP # 57                10 LEBANON ROAD             DOVER             19901
  80369    SHORE STOP # 802               ROUTE 13 MEDIAN             GREENWOOD         19950
  80375    SHORE STOP #020                405 N CENTRAL AVENUE        LAUREL            19956
  80374    SHORE STOP #021                603 S MAIN STREET           BRIDGEVILLE       19933
           SHORE STOP #048                4235 SOUTH DUPONT HWY       TOWNSEND          19734
  80381    SHORE STOP #055                2636 S STATE STREET         DOVER             19934
  80380    SHORE STOP #056                ROAD 8 BOX 196 F            CHESWOLD          19936
  80367    SHORE STOP #058                270 S. DUPONT HIGHWAY       CAMDEN            19934
  80378    SHORE STOP #059                400 W. MAIN STREET          MIDDLETOWN        19709
  80377    SHORE STOP #060                8953 S DUPONT HIGHWAY       FELTON            19943
  80376    SHORE STOP #061                432 BAY ROAD                MILFORD           19963
  80570    SHORE STOP #062                ROUTE 5 & 24                MILLSBORO         19966
           SHORE STOP #112 - MILFORD      100 FRONT & WASHINGTON
           CITGO                          STREETS                     MILFORD           19963
  80468    SHORE STOP #120                RT 24 & RD 279              LEWES             19958
           SHORE STOP #123                16381 S DUPONT HIGHWAY      HARRINGTON        19952
   8058    SHORE STOP #134                501 EAST MARKET STREET      GEORGETOWN        19947
  80671    SHORE STOP #163                7960 OLD BALTIMORE PIKE     NEWARK            19711
  80672    SHORE STOP #164                30 E MAIN STREET            MIDDLETOWN        19709
  80368    SHORE STOP #801                HIGHWAY ALT. 1              REHOBOTH          19971
  80366    SHORE STOP #803                1051 N WALNUT STREET        MILFORD           19963
  80365    SHORE STOP #804                ROUTE 13 & 404              BRIDGEVILLE       19933
           SHORE STOP BLUE STAR
  80511    TEXACO # 137                   ROUTE 301 & STRAWBERRY LANE MIDDLETOWN        19709
           SHORE STOP CENTERVILLE
  80516    MOBIL # 143                    1907 CENTERVILLE ROAD       WILMINGTON        19801


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  80202    SHORE STOP CITGO # 118         5903 DUPONT HIGHWAY          SMYRNA          19977
           SHORE STOP DEWEY BEACH
  80616    TEXACO #157                    3107 HIGHWAY 1               DEWEY BEACH     19971
  80518    SHORE STOP EXPRESS # 144       929 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY        MILFORD         19963
  80521    SHORE STOP OCEANWAY # 150      ROUTE 1 & ROAD 234           MILTON          19968
  80363    SHORT'S MARINE INC             LONGNECK ROAD                MILLSBORO       19966
  80360    SHULTIES STORE                 137 WILLOW TREE CIRCLE       CAMDEN          19934
  80433    SICO CO                        1050 CHRISTIANA AVE.         WILMINGTON      19801
  80359    SLAUGHTER BEACH MARINA         SLAUGHTER BEACH RD. 36 & 204a MILFORD        19963
  80358    SMITH'S MIDWAY GETTY INC       4700 KIRKWOOD HWY            WILMINGTON      19808
  80540    SMYRNA DAIRY MARKET            627 SMYRNA CLAYTON RD        SMYRNA          19977
           SNOOKIE'S CONVENIENCE CTR      202 BROADKILL ROAD           MILTON          19968
           SNOOKIE'S CONVENIENCE CTR      202 BROADKILL ROAD           MILTON          19968
  80354    SOLLOWAY'S MOBIL INC.          DUPONT HWY & MONVORIA AVE    SMYRNA          19977
  80529    SOUTHERN STATES CLAYTON        P.O. BOX 218, SCHOOL LANE    CLAYTON         19938
           SOUTHERN STATES MILFORD
  80529    COOP                           WILLIAMSVILLE ROAD           MILFORD         19963
  80482    STANTON EXXON                  414 MAIN STREET              STANTON         19804
  80349    STATIONS INC                   2360 PULASKI HWY             NEWARK          19702
  80348    STEAMBOAT LANDING              ROUTE 1 & 258                MILTON          19968
  80346    STOP & SHOP                    R.D. 5, BOX 640              MILFORD         19963
  80345    SUNOCO A PLUS MINI MARKET      837 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY        DOVER           19901
  80584    SUPER SODA CENTER - GA         1272 S. GOVERNORS AVENUE     DOVER           19901
  80117    SUPER SODA CENTER - S          636 N DUPONT HWY             SMYRNA          19977
  80336    SUPER SODA CENTER - SS         1104 S. STATE STREET         DOVER           19901
  80493    SUPER SODA CENTER #1           320 N E FRONT STREET         MILFORD         19963
  80535    SUPER SODA CENTER #2           350 MILFORD - HARRINGTON HWY MILFORD         19952
           SUPER SODA CENTER SEAFORD 323 STEIN HIGHWAY                 SEAFORD         19973
  80567    SUPER SODA CENTER-H            ROUTE 13 AND 14              HARRINGTON      19952
  80335    SUPER SODA CENTER-R            605 REHOBOTH AVENUE          REHOBOTH        19971
  80334    SUPER SODA CENTER-S            512 MAIN STREET              STANTON         19804
  80492    SUPER SODA CENTER-SEA          505 BRIDGEVILLE ROAD         SEAFORD         19973
  80568    T & D SERVICES                 1715 FOULK RD                WILMINGTON      19803
           T & M MANAGEMENT INC           115 RODNEY AVE               REHOBOTH        19971
                                          1228 MIDDLETOWN WARWICK
  80491    T.G.S., INC.                   ROAD                         MIDDLETOWN      19709
  80412    TALLEYVILLE SUNOCO             3930 CONCORD PIKE            WILMINGTON      19803
  80571    TALLEYVILLE TEXACO STATIONS 3932 CONCORD PIKE               WILMINGTON      19803
  80637    TANGLEWOOD GETTY               1147 CHRISTIANA ROAD         NEWARK          19713
           THE BARN AT 5 POINTS           P.O. BOX 52                  NASSAU          19969
  80410    THREE STAR DELI                RT 9 & 5                     HARBESON        19951
  80408    TODD'S AUTO CENTER             RD 3 BOX 29                  LEWES           19958
  80407    TRACY'S GULF SERVICE           698 NAAMANS ROAD             CLAYMONT        19703
  80407    TRACY'S GULF SERVICE           698 NAAMANS ROAD             CLAYMONT        19703
  80088    TURNPIKE EXXON                 I-95 JFK TURNPIKE            NEWARK          19702
           TURNPIKE MOBIL                 I-95 JFK TURNPIKE            NEWARK          19702
  80605    U S GAS SERVICE STATION        461 N DUPONT HWY             DOVER           19901
  80504    UMA CORPORATION                3615 PHILADELPHIA PIKE       CLAYMONT        19703
  80428    UNCLE WILLIES #01              RT. 26                       DAGSBORO        19939


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  80419    UNCLE WILLIES #03              NYLON BLVD & STEIN HIGHWAY      SEAFORD         19973
  80427    UNCLE WILLIES #05              PO BOX 389                      MILLSBORO       19966
  80426    UNCLE WILLIES #06              ROUTE 113 N                     SELBYVILLE      19975
  80425    UNCLE WILLIES #07              ROUTE 14                        MILFORD         19963
  80423    UNCLE WILLIES #08              LONG NECK RD                    MILLSBORO       19966
  80422    UNCLE WILLIES #09              5 POINTS                        LEWES           19958
  80421    UNCLE WILLIES #10              ROUTE 13 NORTH                  BRIDGEVILLE     19933
           UNCLE WILLIES #11              BLADES CAUSEWAY                 BLADES          19973
  80556    UNCLE WILLIES #12              ROUTE 20 & 113                  MILLSBORO       19966
  80563    UNCLE WILLIES #13              RTE 13 SOUTH & ROAD 286         FELTON          19943
  80626    UNCLE WILLIES #14              RT. 54 & RT. 20, P.O. BOX 389   SELBYVILLE      19975
  80642    UNCLE WILLIES #15              RT 13 NORTH                     WOODSIDE        19980
  80420    UNCLE WILLIES #54              104 WEST ST                     LAUREL          19956
  80417    UNI MART INC. #02003           5 BROOKMONT DRIVE               NEWARK          19702
  80688    UNIMART INC                    1450 KINGS HIGHWAY              LEWES           19958
  80416    UNIMART INC. #02007            706 N. DUPONT HIGHWAY           DOVER           19901
  80709    UNION STREET AMOCO             101 N UNION STREET              WILMINGTON      19805
  80619    UNIVERSITY B.P.                121 ELKTON RD.                  NEWARK          19971
  80414    UNIVERSITY MOBIL               209 E MAIN ST                   NEWARK          19971
  80413    VETERANS TFS CENTER            2003 KIRKWOOD HIGHWAY           ELSMERE         19805
  80045    VICTOR B. BAKER OIL CO. INC.   R.D.3, BOX 225B                 GUMBORO         19966
  80610    VINE'S CREEK MARINA LP         ROUTE 341 B                     DAGSBORO        19939
  80440    WALLS SERVICE CENTER           220 N.E. FRONT STREET           MILFORD         19968
  80439    WALLY'S SERVICE STATION INC    2307 FOULK ROAD                 WILMINGTON      19810
  80436    WAWA FOOD MARKET #814          1701 PULASKI HIGHWAY            BEAR            19810
  80738    WAWA FOOD MARKET #840          4000 N DUPONT HIGHWAY           NEW CASTLE      19720
  80731    WAWA FOOD MARKET #841          183 AIRPORT ROAD                NEW CASTLE      19720

           WAWA FOOD MARKET #843          528 W MAIN STREET               MIDDLETOWN      19709

           WAWA FOOD MARKET #844          1693 PULASKI HIGHWAY            NEW CASTLE      19720

           WAWA, INC. #837                102 E DUPONT HIGHWAY            MILLSBORO       19966

  80471    WEBB ACRES MINI MARKET         ROUTE 13 SOUTH                  FARMINGTON      19942
                                          101 WEST BAY CAMP
           WEST BAY PARK                  ARROWHEAD RD                    LEWES           19958
  80554    WEST DOVER EXXON               990 FORREST STREET              DOVER           19901
  80585    WILKINS FUEL CO.               70 S. WASHINGTON STREET         MILFORD         19963
  80604    WOODSIDE GOOSE CREEK           RT 13 SOUTH                     WOODSIDE        19980
  80459    YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE        RD 1 BOX 292                    MILLSBORO       19966
  80459    YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE        RD 1 BOX 292                    MILLSBORO       19966




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Overview
Resources and Consumption
  Delaware has few energy resources aside from wind power potential, which is located onshore and
  offshore along the Atlantic Coast and in the Delaware Bay. Delaware’s population and total energy
  consumption are among the lowest in the Nation. The State’s largest consumer of energy is the industrial
  sector, in part because of several energy-intensive industries, including petroleum refining, chemical
  production, and other manufacturing. Despite these industries, however, Delaware’s overall energy
  intensity is among the lowest in the Nation.
Petroleum
  Delaware’s only medium-sized refinery in Delaware City closed in 2009. Petroleum products are supplied
  to Delaware via shipments received at ports in the Wilmington area and along the Delaware River.
  Delaware requires the use of reformulated motor gasoline blended with ethanol throughout the State.
  About one-fifth of Delaware households use fuel oil as their primary energy source for home heating.
Natural Gas
  Delaware produces no natural gas and its total natural gas consumption is low. Eastern Shore Natural
  Gas is the predominant of the two interstate natural gas pipeline systems that supply the State.
  Delaware’s industry and electricity generating facilities are the largest consumers of natural gas in the
  State, followed closely by the residential sector. More than one-third of Delaware households use natural
  gas for home heating.
Coal, Electricity, and Renewables
  Delaware’s electricity generation capacity is among the lowest in the Nation. In recent years, coal-fired
  power plants have accounted for about three-fifths of electricity generation within the State, natural gas-
  fired plants have accounted for about one-fifth, and petroleum-fired plants have accounted for about one-
  tenth. Delaware receives its coal supplies primarily by rail from West Virginia, Kentucky, Colorado, and
  Virginia. More than one-fourth of Delaware households use electricity as their primary energy source for
  home heating.

  Delaware currently produces minimal renewable energy, but plans to increase renewable energy
  generation are in development. In May 2009, the U.S. Department of the Interior approved Bluewater
  Wind to build two meteorological towers off the coasts of New Jersey and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware,
  that will allow the company to map weather patterns for determining the location of an offshore wind
  farm. In July 2007, Delaware expanded its renewable portfolio standard to require that 2 percent of the
  state’s electricity be generated from solar photovoltaic sources in addition to 18 percent from other
  renewable sources by 2019.



        Economy
         Population and Employment                       Delaware                      U.S. Rank                Period
          Population                                     0.9 million                    45                       2009
          Civilian Labor Force                           0.4 million                    45                      Dec-09
          Per Capita Personal Income                     $40,519                        19                       2008
         Industry                                        Delaware                      U.S. Rank                Period
           Gross Domestic Product by State               $61.8 billion                  40                       2008
           Land in Farms                                 0.5 million acres              47                       2007
           Market Value of Agricultural Products Sold    $1.1 billion                   39                       2007




        Prices

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   Petroleum                                              Delaware                    U.S. Avg.               Period
   Domestic Crude Oil First Purchase                      —                           $70.54/barrel           Dec-09
   No. 2 Heating Oil, Residential                         $2.73/gal                   $2.63/gal               Dec-09
   Regular Motor Gasoline Sold Through Retail             $2.09/gal                   $2.12/gal               Dec-09
   Outlets (Excluding Taxes)
   State Tax Rate on Motor Gasoline                       $0.23/gal                   $0.18/gal               Jul-09
   (other taxes may apply)
   No. 2 Diesel Fuel Sold Through Retail Outlets          $2.28/gal                   $2.23/gal               Dec-09
   (Excluding Taxes)
   State Tax Rate on On-Highway Diesel                    $0.22/gal                   $0.24/gal               Jul-09
   (other taxes may apply)
   Natural Gas                                            Delaware                    U.S. Avg.               Period
   Wellhead                                               —                           $7.96/thousand cu ft     2008
   City Gate                                              $5.72/thousand cu ft        $6.24/thousand cu ft    Dec-09
   Residential                                            $14.99/thousand cu ft       $10.31/thousand cu ft   Dec-09
   Coal                                                   Delaware                    U.S. Avg.               Period
   Average Open Market Sales Price                        —                           $32.06/short ton         2008
   Delivered to Electric Power Sector                     W                           $ 2.12 /million Btu     Nov-09
   Electricity                                            Delaware                    U.S. Avg.               Period
   Residential                                            14.57 cents/kWh             11.33 cents/kWh         Nov-09
   Commercial                                             11.84 cents/kWh             9.82 cents/kWh          Nov-09
   Industrial                                             8.96 cents/kWh              6.44 cents/kWh          Nov-09
     See more Price data for all States




          Reserves & Supply
Reserves                                      Delaware                            Share of U.S.               Period
 Crude Oil                                    —                                   —                           2008
 Dry Natural Gas                              —                                   —                           2008
 Natural Gas Liquids                          —                                   —                           2008
 Recoverable Coal at Producing Mines          —                                   —                           2008
Rotary Rigs & Wells                           Delaware                            Share of U.S.               Period
 Rotary Rigs in Operation                     0                                   0.0%                        2009
 Crude Oil Producing Wells                    0                                   0.0%                        2008
 Natural Gas Producing Wells                  —                                   —                           2008
Production                                    Delaware                            Share of U.S.               Period
 Total Energy                                 2 trillion Btu                      0.0%                         2007
 Crude Oil                                    —                                   —                           Oct-09
 Natural Gas - Marketed                       —                                   —                            2008
 Coal                                         —                                   —                            2008
Capacity                                      Delaware                            Share of U.S.               Period
 Crude Oil Refinery Capacity (as of Jan. 1)   182,200 barrels/calendar day        1.0%                        2009
 Electric Power Industry Net Summer           3,351 MW                            0.3%                        2008

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 Capability
Net Electricity Generation                    Delaware                       Share of U.S.                 Period
 Total Net Electricity Generation             273 thousand MWh               0.1%                         Nov-09
 Petroleum-Fired                              NM                             NA                           Nov-09
 Natural Gas-Fired                            85 thousand MWh                0.1%                         Nov-09
 Coal-Fired                                   175 thousand MWh               0.1%                         Nov-09
 Nuclear                                      —                              —                            Nov-09
 Hydroelectric                                —                              —                            Nov-09
 Other Renewables                             10 thousand MWh                0.1%                         Nov-09
Stocks                                        Delaware                       Share of U.S.                 Period
 Motor Gasoline (Excludes Pipelines)          —                              —                            Dec-09
 Distillate Fuel Oil (Excludes Pipelines)     —                              —                            Dec-09
 Natural Gas in Underground Storage           —                              —                            Dec-09
 Petroleum Stocks at Electric Power           W                              W                            Nov-09
 Producers
 Coal Stocks at Electric Power Producers      W                              W                            Nov-09
Production Facilities                         Delaware
 Major Coal Mines                         None
 Petroleum Refineries                     Premcor Refining Group Inc (Delaware City)
 Major Non-Nuclear Electricity Generating Hay Road (Conectiv Delmarva Gen Inc) • Indian River Generating Station
 Plants                                   (Indian River Operations Inc) • Edge Moor (Conectiv Delmarva Gen Inc) •
                                          Delaware City Plant (The Premcor Refining Group Inc) • McKee Run
                                          (North American Energy Services)
 Nuclear Power Plants                     None
  See more Reserves and Supply data for all States




        Distribution & Marketing
      Distribution Centers                         Delaware
        Oil Seaports/Oil Import Sites              Wilmington
        Natural Gas Market Centers                 None
      Major Pipelines                              Delaware
        Crude Oil                                  None
        Petroleum Product                          Motiva
        Liquefied Petroleum Gases                  None
        Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines           Columbia Gas Transmission Corp. • Eastern Shore Natural Gas
                                                   Co.
      Fueling Stations                             Delaware                      Share of U.S.            Period
        Motor Gasoline                             373                           0.2%                     2008
        Liquefied Petroleum Gases                  2                             0.1%                     2010
        Compressed Natural Gas                     1                             0.1%                     2010
        Ethanol                                    1                             0.1%                     2010
        Other Alternative Fuels                    3                             0.2%                     2010
         See more Distribution and Marketing data for all States

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        Consumption


         per Capita                                   Delaware                    U.S. Rank                Period
          Total Energy                                350 million Btu              24                       2007
         by Source                                    Delaware                    Share of U.S.            Period
           Total Energy                               302 trillion Btu            0.3%                     2007
           Total Petroleum                            24.7 million barrels        0.3%                     2007
             Motor Gasoline                           10.6 million barrels        0.3%                     2008
             Distillate Fuel                          2.7 million barrels         0.2%                     2008
             Liquefied Petroleum Gases                1.1 million barrels         0.1%                     2007
             Jet Fuel                                 0.1 million barrels         0.0%                     2008
           Natural Gas                                48,164 million cu ft        0.2%                     2008
           Coal                                       2,566 thousand short tons   0.2%                     2007
         by End-Use Sector                            Delaware                    Share of U.S.            Period
           Residential                                66,819 billion Btu          0.3%                     2007
           Commercial                                 58,370 billion Btu          0.3%                     2007
           Industrial                                 101,118 billion Btu         0.3%                     2007
           Transportation                             75,738 billion Btu          0.3%                     2007
         for Electricity Generation                   Delaware                    Share of U.S.            Period
           Petroleum                                  NM                          NA                       Nov-09
           Natural Gas                                659 million cu ft           0.1%                     Nov-09
           Coal                                       84 thousand short tons      0.1%                     Nov-09
         for Home Heating (share of households)       Delaware                    U.S. Avg.                Period
           Natural Gas                                37%                         51.2%                    2000
           Fuel Oil                                   26%                         9.0%                     2000
           Electricity                                26%                         30.3%                    2000
           Liquefied Petroleum Gases                  10%                         6.5%                     2000
           Other/None                                 1%                          1.8%                     2000
           See more Consumption data for all States




        Environment
         Special Programs                             Delaware
          Clean Cities Coalitions                     State of Delaware
         Alternative Fuels                            Delaware                    Share of U.S.            Period
           Alternative-Fueled Vehicles in Use         2,098                       0.3%                     2007
           Ethanol Plants                             0                           0.0%                     2008
           Ethanol Plant Capacity                     0 million gal/year          0.0%                     2008
           Ethanol Consumption                        814 thousand barrels        0.4%                     2008
         Electric Power Industry Emissions            Delaware                    Share of U.S.            Period

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           Carbon Dioxide                                                6,589,379 metric tons      0.3%                             2008

           Sulfur Dioxide                                                31,980 metric tons         0.4%                             2008
           Nitrogen Oxide                                                11,449 metric tons         0.3%                             2008

            See more Environment data for all States
          — = No data reported. * = Number less than 0.5 rounded to zero. NA = Not available. NM = Not meaningful due to large relative standard e
       or excessive percentage change. W = Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual company data.
         Click the icon     next to a data series to see State rankings for that series.


         Update on March 4, 2010
         New statistics for December 2009:
         • Prices of crude oil, residential heating oil, motor gasoline, and diesel fuel
         • Prices of city gate and residential natural gas
         • Stocks of motor gasoline and distillate fuel oil
         • Natural gas in underground storage
         New statistics for November 2009:
         • Prices of electricity sold to the residential, commercial, and industrial
         sectors
         • Price of coal delivered to the electric power sector
         • Total net electricity generation and net electricity generation by fuel
         • Fuel stocks at electric power producers
         • Consumption for electricity generation by fuel
         New statistics for October 2009:
         • Production of crude oil
         New statistics for 2010:
         • Alternative fuel stations
         New statistics for 2008:
         • Natural gas producing wells
         • Natural gas marketed production
         • Price of wellhead natural gas
         • Consumption of natural gas




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