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1 February 15, 2013 Mr. Edward Hampston, P.E. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Environmental Remediation Remedial Bureau D 12 th Floor 625 Broadway Albany, NY Subject: Dear Mr. Hampston: Former Paragon Oil Terminal and the Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint Section Brooklyn, New York 4 th Quarter 2012 Status Report (October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012) and 2012 Annual Status Report On behalf of Texaco Inc. (Texaco), SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC (SAIC) respectfully submits to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) the 4 th Quarter Status and Annual Progress Report for The report summarizes the corrective action activities completed on the referenced properties for All work has been completed in accordance with the amended Order on Consent Case No. D AM between Texaco and NYSDEC dated May 15, If you have any questions concerning the information presented in this report, please do not hesitate to contact either Mr. Judson Polikoff of Chevron Environmental Management Company on behalf of Texaco at or Ms. Heather Steffe of SAIC at Sincerely, SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC Heather L. Steffe, P.G. Senior Project Manager HLS:pr Attachment cc: Judson Polikoff (Texaco) Pete Cagnetta (Texaco) Neil Fletcher (Texaco) Stan Luckoski (Texaco) Jerry Ross (Pillsbury) Sal Geneva (Empire Merchants) Elizabeth Knauer (SPR) Steve Malinowski (AKRF) Justin Kennedy (Roux) Steve Trifiletti (ExxonMobil) Nick Onufrak (BP) Joe White (NYSDEC) Kevin Lumpe (Steel Equities) Ivy Marvel (Brooklyn Public Library) SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC 6310 Allentown Boulevard / Harrisburg, PA / tel: /

2 Greenpoint, NY th Quarter Status Report 4 th Quarter 2012 Status Report (October 1, 2012, to December 31, 2012) and 2012 Annual Progress Report for the Former Paragon Oil Terminal and the Apollo Street Property Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York Facility # February 15, 2013 Prepared by: SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC 6310 Allentown Boulevard Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17112

3 4 th Quarter 2012 Status Report (October 1, to December 31, 2012) And 2012 Annual Progress Reportt for the Former Paragon Oil Terminal and the Apollo Street Property Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York Facility # February 15, 2013 Prepared by: SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure,, LLC 6310 Allentown Boulevard Harrisburg, Pennsylvani ia Heather L. Steffe, PA P.G. # Qualified Environmental Professional Senior Project Manager

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION SUMMARY OF HURRICANE SANDY REPAIR EFFORTS TH QUARTER 2012 STATUS REPORT LANDSIDE RECOVERY SYSTEM Total Fluids Recovery System Operations and Maintenance October 2012 Operations November 2012 Operations December 2012 Operations TFR System 4 th Quarter Waste Management and Disposal PSH Thickness and Groundwater Elevation Monitoring Manual PSH Removal at the Bulkhead Treated Water Discharge Monitoring Indoor Well Inspection and Slab Maintenance Sub-Slab Depressurization System NEWTOWN CREEK CONTAINMENT SYSTEM Former Paragon Oil Terminal Apollo Street Property Creekside Bulkhead Inspection and Resealing Containment Boom Enhancements SITE CHARACTERIZATION ACTIVITIES Regional Groundwater and PSH Gauging ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT LANDSIDE RECOVERY SYSTEM Total Fluids Recovery System Performance and Maintenance PSH Thickness and Groundwater Elevation Monitoring Treated Water Discharge Monitoring Indoor Well Inspections and Slab Maintenance Sub-Slab Depressurization System Performance NEWTOWN CREEK CONTAINMENT SYSTEM Former Paragon Oil Terminal Summary of Containment and Absorption System Monitoring Apollo Street Property Summary of Containment and Absorption System Monitoring Summary of Bulkhead Inspections and Resealing SUMMARY OF ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES Summary of Regional Groundwater and PSH Gauging Annual Groundwater Monitoring Event Ambient Air Monitoring Program Nuisance Odor Control Measures ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE LANDSIDE RECOVERY SYSTEM...17 Page i

5 5.1.1 Continued Operation of the TFR System Installation of TFR System Recovery Wells PSH Thickness and Groundwater Elevation Monitoring Treated Water Discharge Monitoring Monthly Indoor Well Inspections and Slab Maintenance Sub-Slab Depressurization System Final Alternatives Analysis Report Submittal Removal of Secondary Containment Fence Boom from Newtown Creek CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE NEWTOWN CREEK CONTAINMENT SYSTEM PLANNED SITE CHARACTERIZATION ACTIVITIES Annual Groundwater Monitoring Semiannual Ambient Air Monitoring LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1. Site Location Map Figure 2. Location of Total Fluids Recovery System Figure 3. Total Fluids Recovery System Process Flow Schematic Figure 4. Recovered PSH and Maintenance Timeline Figure 5. Cumulative and Weekly PSH Recovered Figure 6a. Lower Bulkhead Monitoring Wells, PSH Thickness vs. Time Figure 6b. Upper Bulkhead Monitoring Wells, PSH Thickness vs. Time Figure 7. Sub-Slab Depressurization System Figure 8. Sub-Slab Depressurization System Process Flow Schematic Figure 9. Plan View of Boom Containment and Absorption System Figure 10a. Annual Lower Bulkhead Monitoring Wells, PSH Thickness vs. Time Figure 10b. Annual Lower Bulkhead Monitoring Wells, PSH Thickness vs. Time Figure 10c. Annual Upper Bulkhead Monitoring Wells, PSH Thickness vs. Time Figure 11. Ambient Air Sample Locations, August 25-26, 2012 Figure 12. Location of Replacement Recovery Well Installations Proposed for 2013 ii

6 LIST OF TABLES Table 1. Summary of Weekly Total Fluids Recovered on a Weekly Basis, Oct. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012 Table 2. Summary of Estimated Individual Well Flow-Rates, Oct. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012 Table 3. Total Fluids Recovery System Operation, Oct. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012 Table 4. Measured PSH Thicknesses in Bulkhead Monitoring and Recovery Wells, Oct. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012 Table 5. Summary of 4 th Quarter 2012 Gauging Data Table 6. NYCDEP Discharge Permit Compliance Results, Oct. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012 Table 7. Summary of Sub-Slab Depressurization System Monitoring Results, Oct. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012 Table 8. Newtown Creek Containment Boom System Activities - Paragon Site, Oct. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012 Table 9. Newtown Creek Containment Boom System Activities - Apollo Street Site, Oct. 1, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012 Table 10. Annual Summary of Total Fluids Recovered Table 11. Annual Summary of Fluids Removed from System during Equipment Cleaning Activities Table 12. Annual Measured PSH Thicknesses in Bulkhead Monitoring and Recovery Wells Table 13. Summary of 2012 Quarterly Combined Gauging Data Table 14. Annual Summary of NYCDEP Discharge Permit Compliance Results Table 15. Annual Summary of Internal Quality Assurance Discharge Results Table 16. Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds, 2010 through 2012 Table 17. Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Target Contaminant List Compounds, 2010 through 2012 Table 18. Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for PCBs, Metals, and TDS, 2010 through 2012 Table 19. Annual Summary of Ambient Air Sampling Results LIST OF APPENDICES Appendix A. Photographs of Hurricane Sandy Damage Appendix B. Recovered Fluids Transportation and Recycling Documentation Appendix C. NYCDEP Treated Groundwater Discharge Permit Appendix D. Completed Boom Inspection Forms LIST OF PLATES Plate 1. Groundwater Contour Map, November 15, 2012 Plate 2. PSH Thickness and Extent, November 15, 2012 Plate Quarterly PSH Extent Plate 4. Extent of Groundwater Exceedances in 2011 & 2012 iii

7 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, INTRODUCTION On behalf of Texaco Inc. (Texaco), SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC (SAIC) respectfully submits to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) this 4 th Quarter Status and Annual Progress Report for 2012 summarizing the corrective action activities performed at the former Paragon Oil Terminal property located at 16, 42, and 50 Bridgewater Street, Brooklyn, New York (Paragon site) and the adjacent 100 and 120 Apollo Street properties (Apollo Street site). The Paragon Oil Company and Texaco did not own, operate, or conduct any activities on the Apollo Street site. In May 2009, Texaco signed an amended Order on Consent (Case No. D AM), which included a revision for Texaco to implement a site-wide corrective action at the Paragon site and the Apollo Street site. As such, this report presents the activities implemented at both sites between October 1, 2012 and December 31, 2012, as well as summarizing the activities completed throughout Figure 1 presents the site locations and regional setting. 2.0 SUMMARY OF HURRICANE SANDY REPAIR EFFORTS Hurricane Sandy was forecasted to affect the New York City greater metropolitan area beginning on October 29, 2012, with forecasted hurricane-force winds and predicted storm surge of 6 to 11 feet in low-lying areas. On Sunday, October 28, 2012, the Total Fluids Recover (TFR) system and voluntary Sub-Slab Depressurization (SSD) system were taken off-line and secured in preparation for Hurricane Sandy. TFR wells were shut down and fluid piping was drained. Electrical power to the TFR system and the SSD system was shut off at the master disconnect after the transformer and the systems were checked to ensure that power had been turned off. The storm made landfall on Monday, October 29, Initial damage evaluations were made on November 1 after travel to the site became possible. The site experienced significant flooding due to storm surge levels, which was estimated at 26 inches of water on the upper bulkhead and greater than 6 feet on the lower bulkhead. These high waters damaged the Kaeser SM10 Air Compressor, which operates the pneumatic TFR pumps. The transformer, which powered the TFR system controls and various other electrical and pressure components, was destroyed by the floodwaters. Also impacted were the autodialer, which is a safety mechanism that calls out when a system alarm is triggered, and the regulators located in the well vaults, which sustained corrosion due to prolonged exposure to saltwater from the storm surge. At some point during the storm, a floating shipping container collided with the lower bulkhead, damaging the steel cap and breaking the secondary containment polyvinyl chloride (PVC) of the MW-68R and MW-70R fluid line that was connected to that cap. The flexible primary fluid hose was not damaged and no release occurred. No damage to the SSD system components was sustained other than to the transformer that supplied the power for operations. In addition to landside effects, the Newtown Creek containment boom system also suffered damage from the storm surge. The eastern end of the secondary containment fence boom and all of the primary containment globe boom compartment dividers became disconnected due to the extremely high waters in Newtown Creek during the storm. After the storm, the bulkhead cap 1

8 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 damaged by the shipping container fell on top of the globe boom in C2, submerging it. Photographs of the storm damage are presented in Appendix A. Multiple attempts were made in the months of November and December to schedule TFR, SSD, and boom system repairs. Due to the severity of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy to the New York City and coastal New Jersey area, scheduling labor and equipment was delayed. The repairs are ongoing. Repairs to the TFR system began on November 5 by draining floodwaters from the secondary containment pans of the treatment buildings and from the TFR well vaults. The site was then cleaned and disinfected on November 6. All of the TFR pumps were pulled, inspected, and cleaned in November and December. A replacement transformer was installed on December 6, restoring power to the TFR system and the SSD system. The replacement air compressor is scheduled for installation in early January Temporary repairs were made to the boom system between November 13 and 20. Because the fence boom fittings were damaged by the storm, the boom could not be anchored properly. Instead, the boom was tethered in place using cables from the bulkhead and anchors in Newtown Creek. A soft absorbent boom was installed at the eastern end of the fence boom, around the submerged globe boom at C2, and within the C4 compartment, for additional sheen protection. The shipping container on top of the globe boom was removed by the United States Coast Guard on November 16, This enabled a portion of the globe boom to resurface; however, a small portion remained submerged. Permanent repairs to the boom system are scheduled for the 1 st quarter of No releases from the TFR system occurred in Completion of the repairs and full TFR, SSD, and containment boom system operations are expected to be restored by January 31, The boom system and creek were inspected for sheens at least weekly between November 1, 2012, and December 31, No sheens were observed in the boom system during this time TH QUARTER 2012 STATUS REPORT 3.1 LANDSIDE RECOVERY SYSTEM This section presents operational details concerning the performance, maintenance, and monitoring of the TFR system, which has been operational since September 14, The TFR system currently operates along the bulkheads bordering Newtown Creek (Figure 2) on the Paragon and Apollo Street sites. This is the location of a former phase-separated hydrocarbon (PSH) seep through the bulkhead. The primary objective of the TFR system is to prevent migration of PSH into Newtown Creek. Figure 3 provides a process flow diagram for the TFR system Total Fluids Recovery System Operation and Maintenance During the 4 th quarter of 2012, a total of 55 gallons of PSH was recovered by the TFR system and 563,400 gallons of groundwater were recovered and treated at an average rate of 21,671 gallons per day (gpd), or approximately 15 gallons per minute (gpm). As previously mentioned in this report, the system remained off-line pending repairs for the last two months of 2

9 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 the quarter, and the PSH recovered and groundwater-treated volumes reflect this temporary shutdown. Weekly and cumulative recovered PSH values, as well as key upgrade and maintenance activities completed during this quarter, are provided in Figure 4. Figure 5 presents the weekly and cumulative recovered PSH values since the recovery system became operational in September Table 1 presents weekly total system volumes of treated effluent water and recovered PSH this quarter. During TFR system operations, weekly inspections were performed on all recovery wells to confirm that the air pressure regulators and cycle counters associated with each pump (located in the well vault) were operational. Cycle counter readings were collected during these weekly inspections and used to calculate an estimated flow rate per recovery well. A summary of the weekly TFR flow rates per well is presented in Table 2. TFR pumps that were identified as potentially malfunctioning based on flowrates were removed from the well and inspected to verify their integrity and proper operation. The pumps were returned to service once the proper operation was verified. Zinc anodes are utilized on each of the TFR pumps to limit corrosion from the brackish groundwater present at the sites. The anodes are installed below the pumping water level in each well and replaced as needed during regularly scheduled maintenance October 2012 Operations During the month of October, 45 gallons of PSH and 563,400 gallons of water were recovered. The fluids were processed through the treatment system at an average rate of approximately 17 gpm, which equates to 24,570 gpd. Twelve of the 13 TFR wells were operational during the month of October. CMW-64R remains off-line pending replacement of the well. A total system uptime of 88.2% was maintained during October This uptime percentage is lower than usual due to the system being off-line beginning October 28, 2012, in preparation for Hurricane Sandy. A summary of individual recovery well uptimes is presented in Table 3. The following is a list of operational enhancements and maintenance activities completed during October 2012: October 8 The float in the TFR pump in MW-70R was replaced. October 16 The float stem in the oil/water separator (OWS) pre-tank was replaced. October 17 The hose clamps on two-inch hoses in OWS shed were replaced. October 24 The TFR pump in MW-70R was cleaned and inspected. October 28 The TFR system was taken off-line, and onsite equipment was secured in preparation for Hurricane Sandy as detailed in Section November 2012 Operations During the month of November, all TFR wells were off-line due to the impacts of Hurricane Sandy and remained off-line for the entire month. The following is a list of TFR system repairs that were completed during November 2012: 3

10 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 November 1 A site visit was conducted to evaluate the extent of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. Evaluation included the integrity of electrical equipment, buildings, piping, and general damage to equipment, parts, and consumables at the site. November 5 Site cleanup began with the transfer of water from secondary containment pans in treatment buildings and from well vaults to the pre-ows tank for storage and later treatment. November 6 A bleach/water solution was used to disinfect surfaces in contact with waters from the storm surge. November 14 The TFR pumps in wells CMW-17R, CMW-43R, CMW-53R, CMW-59R, CMW-63R, MW-68R, MW-70R, MW-73R, PW-1R, and PW-2R were cleaned and serviced December 2012 Operations During the month of December, all TFR wells were off-line due to the impacts of Hurricane Sandy and remained off-line for the entire month. The following is a list of TFR system repairs that were completed during December 2012: December 3 A 56 kilowatt portable generator was connected to the TFR system control panel to evaluate the operation of individual system components, such as the SM10 air compressor, the transfer pumps, the float switches, and other electrical components. December 5 New TFR shutoff float switches were installed in the sumps of the six-chamber bag filter shed and the transfer pump secondary containment pan. December 6 The disconnect switches and transformer were replaced, which restored power to TFR system. A second disconnect was added to the transformer, allowing it to be isolated from the main power supply at the unit. Additionally, the new transformer was elevated by approximately 23 inches in order to reduce flood damage in the future. December 13 The TFR pumps in wells MW-74R and MW-75R were inspected, cleaned, and serviced. New fittings and fluid lines were also installed on the backwash water transfer pump. This pump is used to transfer backwash water from temporary storage and settling tanks to the pre-ows tank for treatment TFR System 4 th Quarter Waste Management and Disposal A vacuum truck was utilized once for TFR equipment maintenance during the 4 th quarter. During this reporting period, all vacuum truck services were contracted through Atlantic Response, Inc. (Atlantic Response) of East Brunswick, New Jersey. A vacuum truck was used to complete the following activities: Removal of recovered PSH from the product holding tank. Removal of accumulated sludge in the OWS and the pre-ows fractionation tank. Removal of accumulated backwash sediment in the backwash tanks. 4

11 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 The primary objective of these cleaning events was to maintain optimal performance of the coalescing media in the OWS, to limit sludge buildup in the pre-ows tank and PSH transfer pumps, and to clean and confirm the functionality of the various float switches in the process equipment. Removal and cleaning activities were completed on October 23, An estimated 2,673 gallons of recovered fluids were transported to FCC Environmental, LLC, in Wilmington, Delaware, for recycling. The bill of lading and receiving report for the transportation of the recovered fluids are presented in Appendix B PSH Thickness and Groundwater Elevation Monitoring Monitoring wells along the lower and upper bulkheads were gauged during TFR operations on October 8, 2012, using an oil/water interface probe for depth to water and PSH thickness. Additional gauging events were conducted throughout November and December to monitor PSH thickness while the TFR system was off-line. PSH thickness observations for bulkhead monitoring and recovery wells are provided in Table 4. A summary of the 4 th quarter gauging data is provided in Table 5. PSH thickness observations in the lower bulkhead monitoring wells are presented in Figure 6a, and upper bulkhead monitoring wells are presented in Figure 6b. PSH was present in four of five monitoring wells on the lower bulkhead with thicknesses ranging from non-detect to 0.34 feet. The maximum PSH thickness was measured in MW-69. Monitoring well MW-66, east of the former seep into Newtown Creek, has never contained PSH. The lower bulkhead monitoring wells that have historically contained PSH (MW-67, MW-69, CMW-57, and CMW-58) are within the area of the former seep. CMW-54 is the only upper bulkhead monitoring well with a measureable thickness of PSH. The thickness ranged from non-detect to 0.05 feet. The five other monitoring wells on the upper bulkhead did not contain PSH in the 4 th quarter of This is consistent with historical observations Manual PSH Removal at the Bulkhead On July 7, 2011, SAIC began the weekly removal of PSH from lower bulkhead wells CMW-57, CMW-58, MW-67, and MW-69 and upper bulkhead well CMW-54 using a peristaltic pump. PSH removal from the monitoring wells along the bulkhead continued through October, until the system was shut down due to Hurricane Sandy. Removal activities were suspended after Hurricane Sandy due to the priority of repairing the TFR and containment boom systems. PSH removal resumed on December 28, PSH thicknesses measured prior to purging are included in Table 4 and Figures 6a and 6b. Since manual removal of the PSH began in July 2011, the gauged thicknesses in these five wells have been generally declining. In well CMW-58, the measurable PSH thickness was minimal (typically measured at a minimum of non-detect and a maximum of 0.06 feet on October 24). CMW-54 on the upper bulkhead and CMW-57 and MW-67 on the lower bulkhead continue to demonstrate a decrease in PSH thicknesses. For example, the average in-well thicknesses of PSH in CMW-54 and CMW-67 in 2011 were 0.26 feet and 0.72 feet, respectively. The average in-well thicknesses at the same wells in 2012 were 0.14 feet and 0.18 feet, decreases of 46% and 75%, respectively. The data demonstrate that the mass of PSH in the bulkhead area has declined 5

12 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 due to the operation of the TFR system and removal from the monitoring and observation wells. Only MW-69 has had a significant increase in PSH thickness while the system was off-line. Manual PSH removal will continue on a weekly basis along the bulkhead through the 1 st quarter of Treated Water Discharge Monitoring In accordance with a July 31, 2012, approval letter from the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP) (Appendix C), Texaco is conditionally authorized to discharge a maximum of 43,200 gpd of treated effluent to the combined sewer. Compliance with the discharge permit requires one sample to be collected quarterly from the final treated discharge and analyzed for the list of constituents presented in Table 6. The required quarterly compliance sample was scheduled to be collected on October 31, 2012; however, due to Hurricane Sandy, the system has been off-line since October 28, 2012, and this sample could not be collected. The makeup 4 th quarter compliance sample will be collected during the TFR system restart early in the 1 st quarter of In order to collect the compliance sample without discharging, the effluent from the TFR system treatment will be routed back to the untreated water storage tank and looped continuously until the sample is collected. After collection, the TFR system will be shut down until the results are received. Once compliance is confirmed, discharge to the sanitary sewer line will resume. The 1 st quarter compliance sample will be collected near January 31, 2013, to ensure that permit compliance and the sampling schedule are maintained Indoor Well Inspection and Slab Maintenance Monthly inspection of all monitoring wells inside the warehouse was completed. The purpose of each inspection was to ensure the structural integrity of the steel lids and the compression caps to prevent the possibility of vapor migration into the buildings. Components examined included the steel well flush-mount lids, gaskets, and compression plugs. No individual components were replaced to maintain the integrity of the surface seals during this quarter. After the inspections were completed, the flush-mount lids were re-caulked to create an airtight seal with the floor further reducing the potential for vapor migration from the subsurface Sub-Slab Depressurization System The voluntary SSD system operates while SAIC personnel are onsite (10 hours per day, 4 days per week). The SSD system is composed of three lateral and seven vertical extraction points that can be individually controlled. Recovered vapors are discharged through two 2,000-pound vapor-phase granular-activated carbon (GAC) units for treatment. Currently, two of the laterals (H-1 and H-3) are actively extracting sub-slab air while the remaining points are used for monitoring. Monitoring occurred once per week in October, with the measurement of induced subsurface vacuum values at vertical points E-1 through E-7 and lateral H-2. Methane (via a RKI Eagle II methane meter) and photoionization detector (PID) concentrations were measured at the header manifold and at the vapor-phase carbon units. Air velocity readings were determined at the manifold and each active lateral. Figure 7 shows the locations of each of the extraction points and laterals. Figure 8 shows a process flow schematic for the SSD system. 6

13 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 SSD system operations were suspended in November and December of 2012 due to the electrical transformer being damaged by the storm. SSD operations will be resumed after the TFR system repairs are complete. The system was designed to develop a minimum of 0.01 inches of water column (in. WC) in the subsurface to capture potential hydrocarbon vapors. During the system uptime, the system operated at an average induced vacuum of 0.06 in. WC. The average extraction flow rate is approximately 5.3 cubic feet per minute (cfm). The concentration of methane in the final discharge to the atmosphere remains below the discharge limit of 1% (20% of the lower explosive limit [LEL]). Table 7 summarizes the field monitoring parameters collected during the 4 th quarter of Induced vacuum was greater than the design of 0.01 in. WC at each monitoring point during operation in the month of October. 3.2 NEWTOWN CREEK CONTAINMENT SYSTEM The Newtown Creek containment system is installed along 360 linear feet of Newtown Creek fronting the Paragon site and 67 feet of the Apollo Street site. This system is maintained by Texaco. The 427 linear feet of high density polyethylene (HDPE)-lined globe boom (primary containment) is divided into 5 separate compartments. Compartments C1 through C4 are located along the steel sheet pile bulkhead of the Paragon site, and compartment C5 is located on the Apollo Street site. An HDPE-lined fence boom extends the entire 427 feet along both properties (secondary containment). An additional three-compartment containment globe boom system (SE1, SE2, and SE3), installed by ExxonMobil and maintained by Texaco, extends from compartment C5 to the west end of Apollo Street property. Compartment SE1 is adjacent to C5, and compartment SE3 is adjacent to Apollo Street. Figure 9 presents a plan view of the two boom systems. During the 4 th quarter of 2012, four sheens independent of the boom system were observed in the channel of Newtown Creek outside of the secondary containment fence boom (October 2, October 9, November 28, and December 13). The source of these sheens is unknown and was not associated with the containment boom system Former Paragon Oil Terminal Compartments C1 to C4 were inspected and photographed once daily at least four days per week from October 1 through October 28. Following Hurricane Sandy, inspections resumed once per week. A summary of these inspections revealed that: Observed sheens were absent in C1, C2, C3, and C4 this quarter. A sheen has not been observed in C1 since November 2008 (four years) or in C2 since January 2009 (nearly four years). A sheen has not been observed in C3 since August 2010 (over two years). There have been no sheens observed in C4 since March 2011 (nearly two years). Table 8 provides a summary of details of the boom containment system fronting the Paragon site. Completed boom inspection forms for this quarter are included as Appendix D. As discussed in Section 2.0, the Newtown Creek containment system along the Former Paragon Oil Terminal sustained damage during Hurricane Sandy in October of Temporary repairs have been completed, and permanent repairs are scheduled for January

14 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, Apollo Street Property Compartment C5 was inspected and photographed once per day at least four days per week from October 1 through October 28. Following Hurricane Sandy, inspections resumed once per week. Interconnected compartments SE1, SE2, and SE3 are inspected when visible from land. The location of the three-compartment boom system often prevents taking daily photographs from land due to the sloped earthen embankment and vegetation above the Apollo Street site concrete gravity wall. A summary of the inspections reveals that: Observed sheens were absent in C5 this quarter. Observed sheens were absent in SE1, SE2, and SE3 this quarter. Table 9 provides a summary of details of the boom containment system fronting the Apollo Street site. Completed boom inspection forms for the quarter are included in Appendix D Creekside Bulkhead Inspection and Resealing Typically, a creekside inspection of the containment boom system along the Paragon and Apollo Street sites is completed once every four to six weeks by boat. The inspection would include observation of the floating boom systems in Newtown Creek along the sites, the steel bulkhead and epoxy-sealed seams on the Paragon site, and the concrete gravity wall and barrier membrane fronting C5 on the Apollo Street site. The purpose is to confirm the integrity of the containment systems, ensure they are performing as designed, and maintain or repair them as needed. A thorough seam-by-seam visual inspection of the Paragon site steel bulkhead and the Apollo Street site membrane barrier was not conducted in the 4 th quarter of Due to the severity of damage to New York City and coastal New Jersey caused by Hurricane Sandy, Atlantic Response provided a brief visual evaluation of bulkhead integrity on November 20, 2012, and no damage was observed aside from the displacement of a section of the bulkhead cap. The details of that damage are summarized in Section 2.0, as well as the temporary repairs that were completed at that time. Permanent repairs are scheduled for completion before January 31, Containment Boom Enhancements Soft absorbent boom was installed at the eastern end of C1 on November 13 where the globe and fence boom had become unattached and where the globe boom in C2 was submerged by the steel bulkhead cap. Forty feet of soft absorbent boom was installed in C4 on December 19, 2012, as a precautionary action against potential sheens while the TFR system is off-line. 3.3 SITE CHARACTERIZATION ACTIVITIES Site characterization activities in the 4 th quarter of 2012 consisted of onsite and regional well gauging Regional Groundwater and PSH Gauging A regional monitoring well gauging event coordinated between BP, ExxonMobil, and Texaco was conducted on November 15, Regional monitoring well gauging events are scheduled to coincide with a high or low tide. The 4 th quarter event coincided with a high tide. Wells that 8

15 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 have been identified as being influenced by the tide from Newtown Creek were gauged between one hour before and one hour after the designated National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicted high tide. The wells not influenced by the tide were gauged the same day, as close to the NOAA-predicted high tide as possible. The gauging data from the November 15, 2012, event were used to construct a regional groundwater contour map (Plate 1). Offsite groundwater elevations observed are consistent with those observed in the past while onsite groundwater elevations reflect the off-line status of the TFR system. The hydraulic gradients and interpreted groundwater flow direction remain away from Newtown Creek and toward the TFR system during high tide. The lateral extent of the PSH is consistent with previous observations. A PSH thickness and extent map is presented as Plate ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT This chapter summarizes the activities completed from January 1, 2012, to December 31, The activities summarized are related to the landside recovery system and the Newtown Creek containment system. 4.1 LANDSIDE RECOVERY SYSTEM This section presents operational details concerning the annual performance, maintenance, enhancements, and monitoring of the TFR system Total Fluids Recovery System Performance and Maintenance Eight hundred eighty-nine (890) gallons of PSH and 6,828,415 gallons of water, treated at an average rate of 18,695 gpd, were recovered by the TFR system in Table 10 presents the recovered fluids for 2012 by month. The TFR system has recovered 32,450 gallons of PSH since start-up in September 2007, and prior to operation of the TFR system, 11,697 gallons of PSH were recovered from bulkhead monitoring wells. As shown in Figure 5, the cumulative PSH recovery rate is approaching asymptotic conditions. The decreased PSH recovery rate has been evaluated, and the phase-change recovery technology of vapor-phase recovery (VPR) is planned to increase the mass removal of residual-phase PSH from the dewatered zone along the bulkhead. The TFR system will continue to operate in conjunction with the new VPR component. Implementation of this technology is a component of the proposed alternatives analysis remedy. A vacuum truck was utilized periodically during 2012 for TFR system maintenance. All vacuum truck services were contracted through Atlantic Response of East Brunswick, New Jersey. A summary of the offsite removal activities in 2012 is presented in Table 11. A total of 25,489 gallons of recovered liquids were transported to FCC Environmental in Wilmington, Delaware, for recycling in Waste recycling documentation was presented in previous 2012 quarterly reports and in Appendix B of this report. The organoclay and carbon filtration media were replaced once during the year on May 10, Three thousand pounds of spent GAC were shipped offsite on June 26, 2012, for reactivation at the Siemens Industry, Inc. (Siemens) facility located in Darlington, Pennsylvania. One thousand pounds of spent organoclay were shipped offsite as nonhazardous waste on July 9, 2012, for 9

16 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 disposal at the Waste Management, Inc., facility located in Model City, New York. Waste recycling and disposal documentation was presented in the 2 nd and 3 rd Quarter Status Reports for the Former Paragon Oil Terminal and the Apollo Street Property, dated July 31, 2012, and October 31, 2012, respectively. In addition to the standard operational maintenance activities performed during 2012, many operational enhancements were completed. These operational enhancements were implemented with the purpose of increasing operational efficiency, reducing maintenance time and costs, and repairing or upgrading existing equipment. Activities completed in November and December of 2012 were in response to damage sustained during Hurricane Sandy. The following operational enhancements, maintenance, and repair activities were implemented in 2012: January 24 The total fluids line of PW-2R was tightened at the TFR pump. January 30 The cycle counter on PW-2R was adjusted. February 27 The cycle counter and regulator on PW-2R were replaced. March 13 A new air receiving tank was installed on the SM10 compressor that operates the TFR pumps. March 15 The untreated water transfer tank pump motor was replaced. March 19 CMW-63R was taken off-line to redevelop the well and remove accumulated sediment from the well screen. CMW-63R was returned to operation on March 21. April 3 The air pressure regulator was adjusted, and the pump in CMW-63R was pulled and cleaned. April 4 The TFR pumps in CMW-17R and CMW-43R were pulled and cleaned. April 5 The intakes on the TFR pumps in both MW-74R and CMW-59R were cleaned; the hose clamps on the effluent airline on PW-2R were replaced. April 10 The route of the Verox-8 biocide feed line into the TFR system manifold was adjusted. April 12 The float stack in the pre-ows fractionation tank was replaced. April 13 The Verox-8 biocide LMI Chemical Metering pump was replaced. April 24 The new injection check valve for Verox-8 biocide at the TFR system manifold was installed. April 30 The new check valve on the backwash waterline on the TFR system manifold was installed; the TFR pump in PW-2R was pulled and cleaned. May 9 Filtration media tanks were drained in preparation for the spent media changeout on May 10. The TFR system was returned to operation on May 14. This spent media change-out contributed to the lower than typical operational uptime in May. May 14 The TFR pump in MW-75R was pulled and cleaned. June 6 The pressure gauge on the bag filter on the backwash line was replaced. 10

17 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 June 11 The TFR pump in PW-2R was pulled and cleaned. June 13 Basic maintenance was performed on the backwash transfer pump. June 19 The effluent line connection on the TFR pump in MW-75R was repaired. July 2 The pressure gauge on the single-unit bag filter in the TFR filtration building was replaced. July 5 The TFR pump in MW-68R was cleaned and serviced. July 11 A new QED Short AP-4/TL TFR pump was installed in MW-70R. July 11 A new sliding shoe transfer pump and motor were installed. July 16 The TFR pump in PW-1R was cleaned and serviced. July 19 A valve in the TFR filtration building manifold was replaced. July 23 New pulleys were installed on the Megator Corporation sliding shoe transfer pump and motor. July 25 TFR pumps in MW-74R and MW-75R were returned to service after the completion of TFR system cleaning activities (see note below). July 31 The regulator and cycle counter in the wellhead of CMW-53R were replaced. July 31 The TFR pump in MW-73R was cleaned and serviced. August 1 The TFR pump in MW-68R was cleaned and serviced. August 7 The cycle counter in the wellhead of PW-1R was replaced. August 7 A check valve in the TFR filtration building manifold was replaced. August 8 The thermal valve and oil separator tank on the SM-10 air compressor that runs the TFR system were replaced. August 14 The regulator in the wellhead of CMW-17R was cleaned and serviced. August 20 The TFR pump in MW-73R was cleaned and serviced. August 20 The pressure switch in the TFR system filtration building was replaced. August 20 A vent fan was installed in the air compressor building. September 17 The TFR pump in MW-70R was serviced. September 25 The TFR pump in MW-70R was cleaned. September 25 The TFR pump in MW-68R was cleaned and serviced. September 26 The TFR pump in PW-1R was cleaned and serviced. October 8 The float in the TFR pump in MW-70R was replaced. October 16 The float stem in the OWS pre-tank was replaced. October 17 The hose clamps on two-inch hoses in OWS shed were replaced. 11

18 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 October 24 The TFR pump in MW-70R was cleaned and inspected. October 28 The TFR system was taken off-line, and onsite equipment was secured in preparation for Hurricane Sandy. November 1 A site visit was conducted to evaluate the extent of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. Evaluation included the integrity of electrical equipment, buildings, and piping, as well as general damage to equipment, parts, and consumables at the site. November 5 Site cleanup began with the transfer of water from secondary containment pans in treatment buildings and from well vaults to the pre-ows tank for storage and later treatment. November 6 A bleach/water solution was used to disinfect surfaces in contact with waters from the storm surge. November 14 The TFR pumps in wells CMW-17R, CMW-43R, CMW-53R, CMW-59R, CMW-63R, MW-68R, MW-70R, MW-73R, PW-1R, and PW-2R were cleaned and serviced. December 3 A generator was connected to the TFR system control panel to evaluate the operation of individual system components, such as the SM10 air compressor, the transfer pumps, the float switches, and other electrical components. December 5 - New TFR shutoff float switches were installed in the sumps of the six-chamber bag filter shed and the transfer pump secondary containment pan. December 6 Disconnect switches and transformer, which restored power to TFR system, were replaced. A second disconnect was added to the transformer, allowing it to be isolated from the main power supply at the unit. Additionally, the new transformer was elevated by approximately 23 inches in order to prevent flood damage in the future. December 13 The TFR pumps in wells MW-74R and MW-75R were inspected, cleaned, and serviced. New fittings and fluid lines were installed on the backwash water transfer pump. This pump is used to transfer backwash water from temporary storage and settling tanks to the pre-ows tank for treatment PSH Thickness and Groundwater Elevation Monitoring Monitoring and recovery wells along the upper and lower bulkheads were gauged using an oil/water interface probe for depth to water and PSH thickness periodically during The tidal cycles of Newtown Creek regularly influence the depths to water and PSH thickness in the wells along the bulkhead. PSH thickness measurements for all upper and lower bulkhead wells for 2012 are provided in Table 12 and Figures 10a, 10b, and 10c. A summary of the annual gauging data is provided in Table 13. During 2012, the measured PSH thicknesses in the wells on both the upper and lower bulkhead have decreased. The overall PSH thickness in CMW-57 has decreased in PSH was often not measurable this year in CMW-58 a decrease from previous years. Figure 10a presents the annual PSH thickness trends for lower bulkhead monitoring wells CMW-57 and CMW-58. Currently and historically, MW-66 has not contained measurable PSH. The PSH thickness in 12

19 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 MW-67 has decreased in The PSH thickness in MW-69 was not measureable for much of 2012 a decrease from previous years. Figure 10b presents the annual PSH thickness trends for lower bulkhead monitoring wells MW-66, MW-67, and MW-69. The only well on the upper bulkhead to contain PSH in 2012 was CMW-54. The overall PSH thickness in CMW-54 has decreased in Figure 10c presents the annual PSH thickness trends for upper bulkhead monitoring wells CMW-23S, CMW-54, CMW-55, CMW-56, and MW-72. On July 7, 2011, weekly PSH bailing using a peristaltic pump commenced in the five monitoring wells that contained PSH in PSH removal activities continued through the end of the 4 th quarter of Treated Water Discharge Monitoring The analytical results from quarterly and additional internal quality assurance (QA) sampling events for 2012 are presented in Tables 14 and 15, respectively. All analytical results for TS-4 from permit compliance samples have satisfied the NYCDEP permit criteria. The required quarterly compliance sample for the 4 th quarter of 2012 was scheduled to be collected on October 31, 2012; however, due to the system being off-line since October 28, 2012, this sample could not be collected. The quarterly compliance sample will be collected upon start-up of the TFR system in the 1 st quarter of Indoor Well Inspections and Slab Maintenance Inspections of all indoor wells were completed monthly. Components that were examined include well vault lids, gaskets, and compression plugs. Individual components are replaced as necessary to maintain the integrity of the wells. After each well has been inspected, the flushmount vault lid is caulked to create an airtight seal with the floor, thus reducing the potential for vapor migration from the subsurface. On February 16, 2012, new flush-mount gaskets were installed on CMW-5, CMW-9, CMW-18, and CMW-33, and on June 5, 2012, new flush-mount gaskets were installed on CMW-4, CMW-6, CMW-32, and CMW-33. No repairs or replacements to well vault components were necessary in the 3 rd or 4 th quarter of The primary purpose for sealing cracks in the warehouse floors and walls is a precautionary measure to further reduce the potential for any hazards associated with possible vapor migration. The results of the ongoing indoor air monitoring program conducted by the property owner from 2005 through 2009 and by Texaco from 2010 to 2012 indicate that no indoor air hazards associated with subsurface impacts are present. The sealing of the floor seams and cracks serves to further reduce the potential for any hazards. From July 16-27, 2012, during the annual two-week warehouse shutdown, a comprehensive PID survey of the building was conducted concurrently with the slab maintenance. PID measurements were collected within an inch of the surface along an estimated 6,115 linear feet of both sides of interior walls and the inside of exterior walls, along the majority of the cracks and seams throughout the warehouse, and along the slab-wall intersections prior to sealing. Only 35 measurements along the warehouse slab and slab-wall intersection recorded were above background levels. The maximum PID measurement was obtained at an access point in the 16 Bridgewater Street warehouse floor, which is used for subsurface inspection of the warehouse structure. 13

20 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 Following the PID survey, slab maintenance activities were completed in the 16, 42, and 50 Bridgewater Street warehouses and the Apollo Street warehouse. Over 80 cracks, seams, and joints in the warehouse slab, totaling an estimated 412 linear feet, were sealed using PC-Concrete TM injectable repair and anchoring concrete epoxy or Sikaflex self-leveling sealant. Several weeks after sealing the cracks, seams, and joints in the warehouses, a second PID survey was performed to evaluate the seals effectiveness. All 35 measured PID responses along the warehouse slab and walls during the initial survey were mitigated by the slab maintenance activities Sub-Slab Depressurization System Performance The voluntary SSD system continued to perform above design specifications in The average induced vacuum in 2012 was in. WC, which was above the design specification 0.01 in. WC. The system operated with an average applied vacuum of 0.93 in. WC and an average system flow rate of 6.6 cfm. The methane concentration in the effluent was, on average, 0.035%, which remains below the discharge limit of 1%. The carbon in the two 1,000-pound vapor-phase GAC units was replaced on September 20, 2012, and transported that day by Siemens Industry, Inc., to their Darlington, Pennsylvania, facility for recycling and reactivation. Waste recycling documentation was presented in the 3 rd Quarter 2012 Status Report for the Former Paragon Oil Terminal and the Apollo Street Property, dated October 31, NEWTOWN CREEK CONTAINMENT SYSTEM This section presents operational details concerning the annual performance, maintenance, enhancements, and monitoring of the Newtown Creek containment booms. During 2012, a total of eight sheens were observed on Newtown Creek that were not associated with the Paragon or Apollo Street sites. The sources of these sheens were unknown as they were not associated with the Paragon or Apollo Street sites Former Paragon Oil Terminal Summary of Containment and Absorption System Monitoring During 2012, observations of boom compartments C1 to C4 revealed that: No sheens were observed in C1 in 2012 across 176 observation days. Sheens were absent 100% of the observed time. No sheens were observed in C2 in 2012 across 176 observation days. Sheens were absent 100% of the observed time. No sheens were observed in C3 in 2012 across 176 observation days. Sheens were absent 100% of the observed time. No sheens were observed in C4 in 2012 across 176 observation days. Sheens were absent 100% of the observed time. 14

21 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, Apollo Street Property Summary of Containment and Absorption System Monitoring During 2012, observations of boom compartments C5, SE1, SE2, and SE3 revealed that: One sheen was observed in C5 on April 3, 2012, across 176 observation days. Sheens were absent 99% of the observed time. No sheens were observed in SE1, SE2, or SE3 in Sheens were absent 100% of the observed time Summary of Bulkhead Inspections and Resealing During the monthly inspections, areas where supplemental epoxy was needed were noted on the inspection forms. These areas were reinforced during the bulkhead inspections or soon thereafter. A summary of the 2012 bulkhead and/or barrier application activities follows: 1 st quarter No additional epoxy required for the seams in the steel bulkhead or the seals in the Apollo Street membrane. 2 nd quarter No additional epoxy required for the seams in the steel bulkhead or the seals in the Apollo Street membrane. 3 rd quarter Five seams in the steel bulkhead and none of the seals in the Apollo Street membrane required additional epoxy. 4 th quarter A seam-by-seam inspection was not performed due to scheduling conflicts created by emergency response to Hurricane Sandy. A brief evaluation of bulkhead damage was completed on November 20, 2012, and no epoxy was applied. These preventive maintenance measures contribute greatly to the continued decline and absence of sheens. 4.3 SUMMARY OF ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES The following is a summary of additional activities performed in Summary of Regional Groundwater and PSH Gauging Four regional monitoring well gauging events were coordinated between BP, ExxonMobil, and Texaco during These events were completed on February 16, June 5, August 27, and November 15, The gauging data were used to construct regional groundwater contour maps and PSH thickness and extent maps. The maps created from the most recent quarterly gauging data are presented as Plates 1 and 2. The data depicted on these plates are consistent with historical data and provide an indication of the potential groundwater movement in the area. The interpreted groundwater flow and lateral PSH extent are consistent with previously reported data. Plate 3 shows the quarterly PSH extent for 2012, which demonstrates the general stability of the PSH plume. 15

22 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, Annual Groundwater Monitoring Event Groundwater was sampled from a total of 33 monitoring wells on the Paragon and Apollo Street sites between July 16 and July 23, Samples were collected from monitoring wells that did not contain PSH using low-flow collection protocols (United States Environmental Protection Agency [EPA], Region II, Ground Water Sampling Procedure Low Stress [Low Flow] Purging and Sampling, March 16, 1998). All samples were analyzed for the NYSDEC Spill Technology and Remediation Series (STARS) gasoline and fuel oil contaminants. In addition, five of the samples were analyzed for the Target Contaminant List (TCL), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) dissolved metals, and total dissolved solids (TDS). The samples were analyzed by TestAmerica Laboratories using Methods 8260B, 8270C, 8082, 6010B, 7470A, and 2540C. The results of the monitoring event are presented in detail in the SAIC document entitled 3 rd Quarter 2012 Status Report (July 1, 2012, to September 30, 2012) for the Former Paragon Oil Terminal and the Apollo Street Property, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY, dated October 31, Tables 16, 17, and 18 summarize the 2010, 2011, and 2012 groundwater monitoring events. The following summary has been presented in the October 2012 report: Analytical results from the 2012 annual groundwater monitoring event are similar to the 2011 results in both magnitude and spatial distribution throughout the site. The groundwater that contains exceedances of New York State Ambient Water Quality (NYSAWQ) Standards is proximal to the PSH extent (see Plate 4). Samples from 14 of the 33 monitoring wells had no exceedances of the NYSAWQ Standards. These wells were predominantly located in the areas where PSH is absent on the properties. VOC exceedances of NYSAWQ Standards in the groundwater below the silt layer in the vicinity of the PSH plume is limited to benzene, ethylbenzene, MTBE, and naphthalene and the results are generally lower in magnitude than those found in the groundwater above the silt layer. Groundwater below the silt layer that is not in the vicinity of the PSH plume is generally free of NYSAWQ Standard exceedances. cis-1,2-dichloroethene and vinyl chloride have been detected above the standards at one location, CMW-62D, in No RCRA dissolved metals were detected above the standards in No PCBs were detected in Ambient Air Monitoring Program Ambient air quality monitoring events occurred at the Empire Merchants warehouses and office spaces at 16, 42, and 50 Bridgewater Street and at the Apollo Street warehouse on January 28-29, 2012, and August 25-26, These events monitor the heating and cooling seasons on the year. A total of 18 summa canisters were deployed across the site during the January and August sampling events. Fifteen summa canisters were located inside the warehouses and office buildings and three summa canisters were located outside the buildings at 16

23 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 ground level during each event. The locations of collected air samples are presented in Figure 11. The laboratory results for both ambient air quality monitoring events in 2012 are summarized in Table 19. Breathing zone air quality was also monitored using a PID during summa canister deployment. There were no detections above background levels with the PID. The laboratory data indicate that the subsurface hydrocarbons are not adversely affecting air quality, and the results are typical of similar warehouse ambient air data. In addition to ambient air monitoring with summa canisters, comprehensive PID surveys of the warehouse buildings were conducted concurrently with the slab maintenance events in PID measurements were collected along all interior and exterior walls, along the majority of the cracks and seams throughout the warehouse (prior to sealing), and in the breathing zone throughout the warehouse. No breathing zone PID measurements were observed above background levels. These measurements support the results collected during the ambient air sampling events Nuisance Odor Control Measures SAIC continued to monitor and maintain the nuisance odor control measures that were implemented in Maintenance activities included the replacement of fittings and gaskets, as well as the continued use of the existing 55-gallon carbon drums to remove nuisance odors that may emanate from the OWS building at the TFR system. 5.0 ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR 2012 This section summarizes the site characterization and remedial measures planned for CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE LANDSIDE RECOVERY SYSTEM The existing landside recovery system at the Paragon and Apollo Street sites will be repaired and return to full operation in the 1 st quarter of The following sections summarize specific repairs, enhancements, and planned operations for the upcoming year: Trenching of lower bulkhead and TFR line repair scheduled for January 14-21, TFR system restart discharge permit compliance monitoring scheduled for January 10, TFR system restart and discharge to sanitary sewer under existing dewatering permit scheduled for January 31, Repairs to boom system, pending further evaluation of total extent of damage. Replacement recovery well installation tentatively scheduled for the 1 st half of Submittal of DRAFT Final Alternatives Analysis Report (AAR) Continued Operation of the TFR System Operation of the TFR system will continue, after repairs, through 2013 at the Paragon and Apollo Street sites with the primary objective of maintaining the reversed gradients for continued 17

24 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 mitigation of the seep. Treated effluent will continue to be discharged to the combined sewer system under an NYCDEP discharge permit Installation of TFR System Recovery Wells Installation of three replacement recovery wells for the TFR system will occur in Figure 12 presents the locations of these replacement recovery wells. Wells MW-74R and MW-75R supply the majority of the total suspended solids (TSS) entering the TFR system. These are former monitoring wells that were converted into recovery wells in It is anticipated that by replacing these with properly designed and constructed recovery wells, the TSS loading into the TFR system will be significantly reduced while still maintaining the reversed gradient at both high and low tide. Another replacement well, CMW-67R, will be installed near the water treatment building. This well is planned to replace the angled well, CMW-64R, which ceased operating in September This well will be installed using vertical, not angled, methods and will be installed south and east of the grout wall PSH Thickness and Groundwater Elevation Monitoring Throughout 2013, monitoring of the PSH thickness and groundwater elevation in the upper and lower bulkhead wells will continue on a monthly basis. These data will be used to evaluate the performance of the TFR system. Regional groundwater monitoring events will continue throughout 2013 on a quarterly basis. Regional gauging data will be used to evaluate the lateral extent of PSH in the area of the Paragon and Apollo Street sites Treated Water Discharge Monitoring Monitoring of the TFR system effluent will continue throughout 2013 to ensure compliance with the existing NYCDEP discharge permit. The discharge permit will be renewed in the 2 nd quarter of Monthly Indoor Well Inspections and Slab Maintenance Monthly inspections of all indoor wells will continue in In addition, inspections of indoor warehouse slabs on the Paragon and Apollo Street sites will continue. Cracks and seams will be visually inspected and monitored using a PID. Cracks and seams will be sealed using concrete sealant during scheduled warehouse shutdowns with the assistance of a mason Sub-Slab Depressurization System Operation of the SSD system will continue through 2013 at the Paragon site. The system will continue to operate utilizing the two laterals (H-1 and H-3) as the extraction points, with the vertical points and remaining lateral (H-2) used to monitor the performance of the system Final Alternatives Analysis Report Submittal The DRAFT Final AAR will be submitted in

25 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, Removal of Secondary Containment Fence Boom from Newtown Creek Permission was granted in a May 13, 2011, letter from NYSDEC to remove the secondary containment fence boom from compartments C1 through C5 in Newtown Creek. The removal is scheduled to occur in January The boom will be disassembled into 50-foot sections and removed from Newtown Creek using a crane. The sections will be loaded into a roll-off and transported to the Atlantic Response headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey, for storage. 5.2 CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE NEWTOWN CREEK CONTAINMENT SYSTEM Operation of the existing Newtown Creek containment booms will continue through 2013 at the Paragon and Apollo Street sites. The primary goal of the boom system remains to be prevention of intermittent sheens from entering Newtown Creek. There are currently no enhancements planned in 2013 to the boom observation schedules or the creekside inspections. 5.3 PLANNED SITE CHARACTERIZATION ACTIVITIES The following are site characterization activities planned for Annual Groundwater Monitoring A groundwater sampling program for wells not containing PSH was implemented in These wells will be sampled one time in 2013 for NYSDEC STARS gasoline and fuel oil parameters, and 15% of these wells will be sampled for RCRA metals, TDS, PCBs, and TCL volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) Semiannual Ambient Air Monitoring Ambient air monitoring will occur on a semiannual basis in February and August of Summa canisters will be deployed at previous sampling locations during each monitoring event. Breathing zone air quality will be monitored using a PID during summa canister deployment. EPA Methods TO-15 and 3C will be used to analyze the air samples. Results from the ambient air sampling events will be reported in the quarterly progress reports. 19

26 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 For each institutional or engineering control identified for the site, I certify thatt all of the following statements are true: (a) the institutional control and/or engineering control employed at this site is unchanged from the date the control was put in place, or last approved by DER; (b) nothing has occurred that would impair the ability of such control to protect public health and the environment; (c) nothing has occurred that would constitute a violation or failure to comply with any Site Management Plan for this control; (d) access to the site will continue to be provided too DER to evaluate the remedy, including access to evaluate the continued maintenance of this control. Signed: SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC Heather L. Steffe, QEP 20

27 4th Quarter 2012 Status and Annual Report Former Paragon Oil Terminal # & Apollo St. Property February 15, 2013 Report Limitations This technical document was prepared on behalf of Texaco and is intended for its sole use and for use by the local, state or federal regulatory agency that the technical document was sent to by SAIC. Any other person or entity obtaining, using, or relying on this technical document hereby acknowledges that they do so at their own risk, and that SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC (SAIC) shall have no responsibility or liability for the consequences thereof. Site history and background information provided in this technical document are based on sources that may include interviews with environmental regulatory agencies and property management personnel and a review of acquired environmental regulatory agency documents and property information obtained from Texaco and others. SAIC has not made, nor has it been asked to make, any independent investigation concerning the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of such information beyond that described in this technical document. Opinions and recommendations presented in this technical document apply only to site conditions and features as they existed at the time of SAIC s site visits or site work and cannot be applied to conditions and features of which SAIC is unaware and has not had the opportunity to evaluate. All sources of information on which SAIC has relied in making its conclusions (including direct field observations) are identified by reference in this technical document or in appendices attached to this technical document. Any information not listed by reference or in appendices has not been evaluated or relied upon by SAIC in the context of this technical document. The conclusions, therefore, represent our professional opinion based on the identified sources of information. SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC 21

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29 East River Apollo Street Site Former Paragon Oil Terminal Site Newtown Creek Greenpoint Brooklyn Queens Expressway NOTE: Aerial photography was collected in April 2004 by the USGS at 0.5-meter resolution and is natural color. 0 1,000 2,000 4,000 ³ drawn LAB checked date 11/17/11 date 1/4/13 job no A045A initials date revision Feet FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN, NY Site Location Map JAK approved HLS figure no. date 1/22/13 file no. 1 Site_Location_ \\Us.saic.com\benham\Organization\CAD\HBG\ENV\GIS_Data\CVX\Greenpoint, NY\2012\Projects\Site Location\Site_Location_ mxd

30 Treatment System Layout APOLLO STREET MW-5 7 APOLLO STREET MW-3 2 CMW-40 CMW-21 CMW-41 S/D MW-1 MW-8 8D MW-8 8S MW-5 6 CMW-22 CMW-44 CMW-19 S/D MW-2 6 CMW-20 VAN DAM STREET CMW-18 RIMW-02 CMW-16 CMW-45 RW-2 5 MW-37 CMW-42 RIMW-01 CMW-17R WATER TREATMENT BUILDING COMPRESSOR SHED CMW-39 CMW-42 CMW-17R CMW-43R RIMW-01 PW-1R CMW-55 PW-2R CMW-64R MW-7 3R CMW-63R CMW-56 CMW-23 S/D MW-7 4R MW-7 2 CMW-59R MW-7 0R CMW-39 CMW-54 CMW-57 CMW-53R MW-7 5R CMW-58 MW-6 9 MW-6 7 CMW-38 MW-6 8R CMW-38 MW-6 6 CMW-25 S/D MW-7 6 CMW-12 CMW-8 CMW-34 S/D CMW-33 MW-2 CMW-21 CMW-37 CMW-35 CMW-36 S/D CMW-62 S/D MW-5 8 BRIDGEWATER STREET MW-7 7 CMW-24 S/D CMW-46 MW-7 8 CMW-60 S/D CMW-10 CMW-61 MW-5 9 VARICK STREET CMW-9 CMW-47 S/D CMW-31 CMW-6 CMW-30 CMW-12 CMW-32 CMW-43R CMW-5 CMW-26 CMW-4 CMW-28 Newtown Creek CMW-27 CMW-13 CMW-29 S/D MW-6 4 MW-6 1 CMW-64R CMW-14 CMW-2 STE MW-6 0 CMW-1 MW-6 3 MEEKER AVENUE MW-74R MW-6 2 PW-1R MW-73R Regional View Feet Newtown Creek CMW-15 CMW-56 CMW-54 \\Us.saic.com\benham\Organization\CAD\HBG\ENV\GIS_Data\CVX\Greenpoint, NY\2011\Projects\Treatment System\TS_ mxd CMW-55 CMW-23 S/D CHEMICAL FEED SHED OIL WATER SEPARATOR BUILDING PW-2R MW-75R UNTREATED WATER TANK PRE-OIL WATER SEPARATOR TANK MW-72 CMW-63R PSH TANK BACKWASH TANK TRANSFER PUMP CONTAINMENT BOX CMW-59R MW-76 BULKHEAD CMW-53R MW-70R RECOVERY PIPES CMW Feet MW-69 ³ MW-68R CMW-57 Legend Recovery Well Monitoring Well Treatment System Layout Treatment System Building Fence Tank Piping Notes 1. PSH- Phase Separated Hydrocarbons 2. CMW and PW wells installed by Texaco, Inc 3. MW wells installed by ExxonMobil 4. RIMW wells installed by Ecology & Environment Engineering, P.C. MW-67 MW-66 drawn LAB checked JAK approved HLS date 7/25/11 date 8/7/2012 date 10/29/2012 job no A045A file no. TS_ initials date revision LAB 7/25/11 Update data frame positions LAB 9/9/11 Correct fluid line location LAB 11/17/11 Update logo/job # CSL 8/7/12 Scale and Title edit. AM 10/15/12 Label and North Arrow Edits FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN, NY Location of the Total Fluids Recovery System Figure No. 2

31 FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # TOTAL FLUIDS RECOVERY SYSTEM PROCESS FLOW SCHEMATIC 3

32 10/8 - New float installed on MW-70R 10/16 - New float stem installed in OWS pre-tank 10/17 - New hose clamps installed on 2" hoses in OWS shed 10/24 - MW-70R cleaned & serviced No PSH recovery 10/29/12-12/31/12. TFR system offline due to Hurricane Sandy 11/4 - CMW-17R, CMW-43R, CMW-53R, CMW-59R, CMW-63R, MW-68R, MW- 70R, MW-73R, PW-1R, PW-2R cleaned and serviced 12/5 - New TFR shutoff float switches installed in sumps of 6 chamber shed & transfer pump secondary containment box. 12/6 - Disconnect switches replaced, transformer replaced, power restored to system 12/13 - MW-74R & MW-75R cleaned and serviced, new fittings/fluid lines installed on Moyno pump 10/23/ Weekly PSH Recovered (gallons) Figure 4 Recovered PSH & Maintenance Timeline October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York 48,000 Cumulative Recovered PSH (gal) 47,000 Weekly Recovered PSH (gal) Equipment Cleaning Event Upgrade Event 46,000 Carbon/Clay Change Out 45,000 44,000 43,000 42,000 41,000 40,000 39,000 38,000 10/1/ /13/ /25/ /6/ /18/ /30/ /12/ /24/2012 Date Cumulative PSH Recovered (gallons)

33 Figure 5 Cumulative & Weekly PSH Recovered October 1, 2007 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York 45,000 Cumulative Recovered PSH (gal) Weekly Recovered PSH (gal) 1,500 Cumulative PSH Recovered (gallons) 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 44,147 gallons of PSH recovered to date 45 gallons of PSH recovered in the fourth quarter of gallons of PSH recovered in 2012 No PSH recovery 10/29/12 12/31/12. TFR system offline due to Hurricane sandy 1, Weekly PSH Recovered (gallons) /5/07 3/23/08 9/9/08 2/26/09 8/15/09 2/1/10 7/21/10 1/7/11 6/26/11 12/13/11 5/31/12 11/17/12 Note: Cumulative PSH Recovery includes 11,697 gallons recovered during interim recovery activities that occurred between July 2005 and September Weekly PSH values were calculated on a Sunday to Saturday week. Date

34 4 Figure 6a Lower Bulkhead Monitoring Wells PSH Thickness vs. Time October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY PSH Thickness (ft.) TFR system offline due to Hurricane Sandy /1/ /16/ /31/ /15/ /30/ /15/ /30/2012 Note: Gauging data collected on 10/3, 10/10, 10/16, and 10/24 were collected during PSH bailing activities. Gauging data collected in November and December were part of a special gauging effort in response to the TFR damage from Hurricane Sandy on 10/29/12. The wells were gauged prior to bailing PSH from the wells. Date CMW 57 CMW 58 MW 67 MW 69 MW 66

35 4 Figure 6b Upper Bulkhead Monitoring Wells PSH Thickness vs. Time October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY PSH Thickness (ft.) TFR system offline due to Hurricane Sandy /1/ /16/ /31/ /15/ /30/ /15/ /30/2012 Note: Gauging data collected on 10/3, 10/10, 10/16, and 10/24 were collected during PSH bailing activities. Gauging data collected in November and December were part of a special gauging effort in response to the TFR damage from Hurricane Sandy on 10/29/12. The wells were gauged prior to bailing PSH from the wells. Date CMW 23S CMW 54 CMW 55 CMW 56 MW 72

36 NEWTOWN CREEK FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # SUB-SLAB DEPRESSURIZATION SYSTEM 7

37 FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # SUB-SLAB DEPRESSURIZATION SYSTEM PROCESS FLOW SCHEMATIC

38 FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # PLAN VIEW OF BOOM CONTAINMENT AND ABSORPTION SYSTEM KEY PLAN 9

39 4 Figure 10a Annual Lower Bulkhead Monitoring Wells PSH Thickness vs. Time January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 3.5 PSH Thickness (ft.) TFR system offline due to Hurricane Sandy /1/2012 2/20/2012 4/10/2012 5/30/2012 7/19/2012 9/7/ /27/ /16/2012 Note: PSH bailing activiteis began on July 7, 2011 in wells CMW 57 and CMW 58. The wells were gauged prior to bailing PSH from the wells. Date CMW 57 CMW 58

40 4 Figure 10b Annual Lower Bulkhead Monitoring Wells PSH Thickness vs. Time January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 3.5 PSH Thickness (ft.) TFR system offline due to Hurricane Sandy /1/2012 2/20/2012 4/10/2012 5/30/2012 7/19/2012 9/7/ /27/ /16/2012 Note: PSH bailing activiteis began on July 7, 2011 in wells MW 67 and MW 69. The wells were gauged prior to bailing PSH from the wells. Date MW 67 MW 69 MW 66

41 4 Figure 10c Annual Upper Bulkhead Monitoring Wells PSH Thickness vs. Time January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY PSH Thickness (ft.) TFR system offline due to Hurricane Sandy /1/2012 2/20/2012 4/10/2012 5/30/2012 7/19/2012 9/7/ /27/ /16/2012 Note: PSH bailing activiteis began on July 7, 2011 in well CMW 54. The wells were gauged prior to bailing PSH from the wells. Date CMW 23S CMW 54 CMW 55 CMW 56 MW 72

42 FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # AMBIENT AIR SAMPLING LOCATIONS AUGUST 25-26,

43 Legend Proposed Replacement Recovery Wells Recovery Well CMW-42 Monitoring Well Treatment System Layout CMW-17R Treatment System Building Fence RIMW-01 CMW-43R CMW-67R PW-1R CMW-55 Tank Piping CMW-64R MW-73R CMW-39 MW-74R CMW-68R CMW-56 CMW-54 CMW-23 S/D PW-2R MW-72 CMW-63R CMW-59R CMW-69R MW-75R CMW-53R MW-70R CMW-58 Regional View MW-69 APOLLO STREET CMW-41 S/D MW-1 CMW-16 MW-88 D MW-88 S CMW-42 RIMW-02 CMW-17R CMW-43R CMW-40 MW-56 CMW-22 RIMW-01 PW-1R CMW-55 PW-2R CMW-64R MW-73 R CMW-63R CMW-56 CMW-23 S/D CMW-21 MW-74 R MW-72 CMW-59R MW-70 R CMW-39 CMW-54 CMW-57 CMW-20 CMW-53R MW-75 R CMW-58 MW-69 MW-67 MW-68 R CMW-38 MW-66 CMW-19 S/D CMW-45 CMW-25 S/D MW-76 MW-32 CMW-13 CMW-12 CMW-8 CMW-34 S/D CMW-37 CMW-33 CMW-14 CMW-38 MW-2 MW-64 CMW-18 MW-77 MW-57 CMW-4 CMW-44 CMW-9 CMW-35 MW-26 CMW-47 S/D CMW-32 CMW-62 S/D CMW-24 S/D CMW-46 MW-78 RW-25 CMW-36 S/D CMW-60 S/D MW-58 CMW-10 CMW-5 CMW-61 CMW-29 S/D MW-59 CMW-31 CMW-6 CMW-28 CMW-30 CMW-27 MW-61 CMW-26 APOLLO STREET U AVENUE VAN DAM STREET MW-37 BRIDGEWATER STREET VARICK STREET CMW-2 STEW MW-60 CMW-1 MW-63 CMW-15 MEEKER AVENUE MW-62 Feet \\Us.saic.com\benham\Organization\CAD\HBG\ENV\GIS_Data\CVX\Greenpoint, NY\2012\Projects\2013 Proposed RWs.mxd MW Feet JAK MW-68R GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN, NY CMW-57 MW-67 FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # Location of Replacement Recovery Well Installations Proposed for 2013 drawn LAB checked approved HLS Figure No. date 7/25/11 date 01/04/2013 date 01/22/ job no. file no A045A 2013 Proposed RWs.mxd initials date revision LAB 7/25/11 Update data frame positions LAB 9/9/11 Correct fluid line location LAB 11/17/11 Update logo/job # LAB 1/6/12 Add prop. wells. LAB 1/2/13 update prop. wells

44 Tables

45 Table 1 Summary of Total Fluids Recovered on a Weekly Basis October 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Date Interim Vac Truck Recovery (June 2005 to July 2007) Weekly Groundwater Treated (gal) Weekly PSH Recovered (gal) Not Recorded 11,697 TFR System (9/14/2007 to 9/30/2012) 40,722,625 32,405 10/6/ , /13/ , /20/ , /27/ , /3/ /10/ /17/ /24/ /1/ /8/ /15/ /22/ /29/ TFR System Recovery in 4th Quarter of , Cumulative Recovery (10/1/2012 to 12/31/2012) 41,286,025 32,450 Total PSH Recovery From June 2005 to December 31, ,147 Notes: The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January Page 1 of 1

46 Table 2 Summary of Estimated Individual Well Flow Rates October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY CMW 17R CMW 43R CMW 53R CMW 59R CMW 63R CMW 64R MW 68R MW 70R MW 73R MW 74R MW 75R PW 1R PW 2R Date of Estimation (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) 10/1/ /8/ /15/ /23/ /30/ /6/ /13/ /20/ /27/ /4/ /11/ /18/ /25/ Note: 1. Flow rates are estimated based on total system uptime and individual well cycle counter readings. 2. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January Page 1 of 1

47 Table 3 Total Fluids Recovery System Operation October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Well ID October 2012 November 2012 December 2012 % Uptime Maintenance Notes % Uptime Maintenance Notes % Uptime Maintenance Notes CMW 17R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. CMW 43R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. CMW 53R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. CMW 59R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. CMW 63R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. CMW 64R 88.2% Pump stopped working on September 13, Pump is stuck in well due to sediments; could not remove with water jetting & tripod hoist. 0.0% Pump stopped working on September 13, Pump is stuck in well due to sediments; could not remove with flood jetting & tripod hoist. 0.0% Pump stopped working on September 13, Pump is stuck in well due to sediments; could not remove with flood jetting & tripod hoist. MW 68R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. MW 70R 88.2% New float from QED installed on October 8; Pump cleaned and maintained on October % System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. MW 73R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. MW 74R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. MW 75R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. PW 1R 88.2% Wellhead components operating correctly; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. PW 2R 88.2% Cycle counter adjusted on October 8; No downhole pump inspection performed due to components operating properly. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. 0.0% System was shut down on October 28, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy; Sytem operations have not yet been restored due to flood damage. System uptime 88.2% 0.0% 0.0% Notes: 1. "Percent Uptime" is a measurement of the amount of time a recovery pump operated in the given period. On occasion, individual pumps may be shut down for maintenance or repairs. 100% uptime is determined as continuous operation for 24 hours per day for the entire month. 2. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January Page 1 of 1

48 Monitoring Wells Total Fluids Recovery Wells Table 4 Measured PSH Thicknesses in Bulkhead Monitoring and Recovery Wells October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Location Units Date 10/3/12 10/8/12 10/10/12 10/16/12 10/24/12 11/6/12 11/15/12 11/28/12 12/5/12 12/10/12 12/19/12 12/28/12 CMW 23D ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 23S ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 54 ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 55 ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 56 ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 57 ft NM NM CMW 58 ft ND ND ND ND ND 0.01 NM MW 66 ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND NM MW 67 ft ND NM MW 69 ft ND ND ND ND Trace ND ND NM MW 72 ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND NM CMW 17R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 43R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 53R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND NM CMW 59R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND NM CMW 63R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND NM CMW 64R ft NM ND NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM MW 68R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND NM 0.02 ND ND NM MW 70R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND NM MW 73R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND MW 74R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND MW 75R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND NM ND ND ND Trace PW 1R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND PW 2R ft NM ND NM NM NM ND ND ND ND ND ND ND Notes: 1. Recovery wells were operating at the time of measurement. 2. ND Indicates PSH was not detected. 3. NM Indicates a well was not measured. 4. Gauging data from 10/3, 10/10, 10/16, and 10/24 were collected during PSH bailing activities from the 5 monitoring wells that regularly contain PSH along the upper and lower bulkheads. 5. Gauging data collected in November and December were part of a special gauging effort in response to the TFR damage from Hurricane Sandy on 10/29/ CMW 64R has been offline since September 2011 when the well screen apparently collapsed. 7. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January 2013.

49 Table 5 Summary of 4th Quarter Gauging Data Former Paragon Oil Terminal Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Date 10/8/ /15/ /10/2012 Well ID Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) CMW 1 NM NM NM 10:43 AM ND 7.46 NM NM NM CMW 10 NM NM NM 11:22 AM NM NM NM CMW 12 NM NM NM 8:55 AM NM NM NM CMW 13 NM NM NM 10:24 AM ND 3.18 NM NM NM CMW 14 NM NM NM 10:26 AM ND 2.96 NM NM NM CMW 15 NM NM NM 10:30 AM ND 7.31 NM NM NM CMW 16 NM NM NM 9:54 AM ND 7.46 NM NM NM CMW 17R 10:04 AM ND :59 AM ND :51 AM ND CMW 18 NM NM NM 8:42 AM NM NM NM CMW 19D NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM CMW 19S NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM CMW 2 NM NM NM 10:46 AM NM NM NM CMW 20 NM NM NM 8:35 AM NM NM NM CMW 21 NM NM NM 8:32 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 22 NM NM NM 8:14 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 23D 10:18 AM ND :04 AM ND :43 AM ND 9.16 CMW 23S 10:18 AM ND :04 AM ND :39 AM ND 7.55 CMW 24D NM NM NM 6:15 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 24S NM NM NM 6:15 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 25D NM NM NM 10:22 AM ND 6.53 NM NM NM CMW 25S NM NM NM 10:21 AM ND 3.71 NM NM NM CMW 26 NM NM NM 7:44 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 27 NM NM NM 7:49 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 28 NM NM NM 10:58 AM ND 9.87 NM NM NM CMW 29D NM NM NM 10:54 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 29S NM NM NM 10:55 AM ND 9.40 NM NM NM CMW 30 NM NM NM 7:39 AM NM NM NM CMW 31 NM NM NM 7:37 AM NM NM NM CMW 32 NM NM NM 11:11 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 33 NM NM NM 11:41 AM NM NM NM CMW 34D NM NM NM 9:02 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 34S NM NM NM 9:03 AM NM NM NM CMW 35 NM NM NM 7:58 AM NM NM NM CMW 36D NM NM NM 6:22 AM NM NM NM CMW 36S NM NM NM 6:22 AM NM NM NM CMW 37 NM NM NM 8:49 AM NM NM NM CMW 38 NM NM NM 8:46 AM NM NM NM CMW 39 NM NM NM 8:25 AM NM NM NM CMW 4 NM NM NM 11:44 AM ND 8.30 NM NM NM CMW 40 NM NM NM 6:28 AM ND 9.89 NM NM NM CMW 41D NM NM NM 9:55 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 41S NM NM NM 9:56 AM ND 6.49 NM NM NM CMW 42 NM NM NM 9:57 AM ND 8.36 NM NM NM CMW 43R 10:07 AM ND :00 AM ND :50 AM ND CMW 44 NM NM NM 7:33 AM NM NM NM CMW 45 NM NM NM 8:39 AM NM NM NM CMW 46 NM NM NM 7:30 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 47D NM NM NM 11:16 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 47S NM NM NM 11:17 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 49 NM NM NM 6:31 AM NM NM NM CMW 5 NM NM NM 11:00 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 50 NM NM NM 6:36 AM NM NM NM CMW 53R 10:43 AM ND :12 AM ND :33 AM ND 7.85 CMW 54 10:29 AM :06 AM ND :57 AM ND 8.03 CMW 55 10:11 AM ND :01 AM ND :44 AM ND 7.90 CMW 56 10:28 AM ND :05 AM ND :54 AM ND 8.39 CMW 57 10:55 AM NM NM NM 9:23 AM CMW 58 11:02 AM :15 AM ND :28 AM ND 4.21 CMW 59R 10:40 AM ND :11 AM ND :36 AM ND 7.54 CMW 6 NM NM NM 11:05 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 60D NM NM NM 11:31 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 60S NM NM NM 11:32 AM ND ND NM NM NM CMW 61 NM NM NM 11:25 AM NM NM NM CMW 62D NM NM NM 9:20 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 62S NM NM NM 9:21 AM NM NM NM CMW 63R 10:38 AM ND :10 AM ND :37 AM ND 6.89 CMW 64R NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM CMW 8 NM NM NM 11:37 AM NM NM NM CMW 9 NM NM NM 11:35 AM ND NM NM NM MW 2 NM NM NM 10:23 AM ND 7.28 NM NM NM MW 61 NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM Note: NM Not Measured ND Not Detected ft btoc Feet Below Top of Casing The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on Page 1 of 2

50 Table 5 Summary of 4th Quarter Gauging Data Former Paragon Oil Terminal Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Date 10/8/ /15/ /10/2012 Well ID Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) November 6, 2012 and continued through January MW 62 NM NM NM 10:32 AM ND NM NM NM MW 63 NM NM NM 10:27 AM ND 8.20 NM NM NM MW 64 NM NM NM 10:25 AM ND 6.92 NM NM NM MW 66 10:51 AM ND :20 AM ND :20 AM ND 3.76 MW 67 10:53 AM :18 AM ND :21 AM MW 68R 10:56 AM ND :17 AM ND :25 AM ND 3.68 MW 69 11:00 AM ND :16 AM ND :27 AM MW 70R 11:03 AM ND :13 AM ND :30 AM ND 3.91 MW 72 10:36 AM ND :09 AM ND :39 AM ND 7.55 MW 73R 10:15 AM ND :03 AM ND :46 AM ND 6.78 MW 74R 10:30 AM ND :07 AM ND :00 AM ND 6.85 MW 75R 10:33 AM ND :08 AM ND :03 AM ND 7.05 MW 76 10:46 AM ND :17 AM ND :06 AM ND 7.63 MW 77 10:47 AM :27 AM :07 AM MW 78 NM NM NM 7:25 AM ND NM NM NM PW 1R 10:13 AM ND :02 AM ND :48 AM ND 6.93 PW 2R 10:20 AM ND :05 AM ND :41 AM ND 7.55 RIMW 01 NM NM NM 8:21 AM ND NM NM NM RIMW 02 NM NM NM 8:19 AM ND NM NM NM Note: NM Not Measured ND Not Detected ft btoc Feet Below Top of Casing The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January Page 2 of 2

51 Table 6 NYCDEP Discharge Permit Compliance Results October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Analyte 1,1,1 Trichloroethane (ug/l) 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene (ug/l) 1,4 Dichlorobenzene (ug/l) Aroclor 1016 (ug/l) Aroclor 1221 (ug/l) Aroclor 1232 (ug/l) Aroclor 1242 (ug/l) Aroclor 1248 (ug/l) Aroclor 1254 (ug/l) Aroclor 1260 (ug/l) Daily Monthly Total PCBs (7 Aroclors) 1.00 NS Benzene (ug/l) NS Cadmium Total (mg/l) 2 NS Carbon Tetrachloride (ug/l) Carbonaceous Biochemical Oxygen Demand (mg/l) Chloride (mg/l) Chloroform (ug/l) Copper Total (mg/l) 5 NS Cyanide, Amenable 0.20 NS Ethylbenzene (ug/l) NS Flashpoint ( F) >140 NS Hexavalent Chromium Total (mg/l) NS NS NS NS NS NS NS NS NS NS NS NS NS NS 5 NS Lead Total (mg/l) 2 NS Mercury Total (mg/l) 0.05 NS Methyl t Butyl Ether (ug/l) 50 NS Naphthalene (ug/l) NS Nickel Total (mg/l) 3 NS Nitrate Nitrite (mg/l N) ph, Field (S.U.) 5 12 NS Phenol (ug/l) SGT Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (mg/l) NS NS 50 NS Temperature, Field ( C) <150 NS Tetrachloroethene (ug/l) 20 NS Toluene (ug/l) NS Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen (mg/l N) Total Residue, at 103 C (mg/l) NYCDEP Concentration Limit TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 4th Quarter 2012 Total Suspended Solids (mg/l) 350 NS Total Xylenes (ug/l) NS Zinc Total (mg/l) 5 NS Notes: 1. Permit limits are presented in the May 10, 2011 permit extension approval letter (Appendix D). 2. SGT Silica Gel Treated 3. No sample was collected in the 4th quarter of 2012 due to damage sustained during Hurricane Sandy. The discharge permit compliance sample was scheduled for 10/31/2012. Discharge Permit Compliance sampling will resume in the 1st quarter of 2012 when the system is back online. Page 1 of 1 NS NS

52 Table 7 Summary of Sub Slab Depressurization System Monitoring Results October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Location Type of Reading Units 10/2/12 10/9/12 10/16/12 10/22/12 10/30/12 11/6/12 11/13/12 11/20/12 11/27/12 12/4/12 12/11/12 12/18/12 12/25/12 Date H 1 "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM Active Vacuum H 3 "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM Manifold Flow Rate CFM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM E 1 "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM E 2 "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM E 3 "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM E 4 Induced "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM Subsurface E 5 Vacuum "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM E 6 "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM E 7 "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM H 2 "WC NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM Post GAC 2 Methane % NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM Post GAC 2 PID Reading ppm NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM NM Notes: 1. NM Not Measured 2. Post GAC 2 location is the final treated discharge to the atmosphere 3. Methane discharge limit is 1% 4. The most recent spent vapor phase carbon changeout occurred on April 12, "WC Inches of water column 6. CFM cubic feet per minute 7. ppm parts per million 8. The SSD system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs. Page 1 of 1

53 Table 8 Newtown Creek Containment Boom System Activities (Paragon Site) October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Component Name Type Location Date Installed October 2012 November 2012 December 2012 Activity & Frequency Condition Activity & Frequency Condition Activity & Frequency Condition Compartment 1 Solidifier Boom Inside Globe Boom 3/2/2010 Changeout None Inspection Daily Sheen not observed (16 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Sheen not observed (7 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Sheen not observed (5 total observations) Compartment 2 Solidifier Boom Inside Globe Boom 3/2/2010 Changeout None Inspection Daily Sheen not observed (16 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Submerged but no sheen observed (7 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Submerged but no sheen observed (5 total observations) Compartment 3 Solidifier Boom Inside Globe Boom 3/2/2010 Changeout None Inspection Daily Sheen not observed (16 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Sheen not observed (7 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Sheen not observed (5 total observations) Compartment 4 Solidifier Boom Inside Globe Boom 3/2/2010 Changeout None Inspection Daily Sheen not observed (16 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Sheen not observed (7 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Sheen not observed (5 total observations) Globe Boom (C1 C4) Hard Boom (Primary Containment) Parallel to Bulkhead July 2005 Inspection Daily Functional Inspection Weekly Refer to Note #3 & #5 Inspection Weekly Refer to Note #3 & #5 Fence Boom Hard Boom (Secondary Containment) Outermost Component May 2006 Inspection Daily Functional Inspection Weekly Refer to Note #4 & #5 Inspection Weekly Refer to Note #4 & #5 Notes: 1. 4 sheens not associated with the Paragon and Apollo Street sites were observed in Newtown Creek on 10/2/12, 10/9/12, 11/28/12, and 12/13/12 beyond the fence boom and of unknown origin. 2. SAIC personnel were onsite and checked the boom system in November and December once per week following the TRF system shutdown and damage due to Hurricane Sandy. Observations were made on: 11/1, 11/5, 11/13, 11/14, 11/15, 11/20, 11/28, 12/5, 12/10, 12/13, 12/19, & 12/ A portion of the globe boom in C2 is submerged due to a section of the bulkhead cap laying on top of the boom. On 11/13, soft absorbent boom was placed in C2 where the globe boom was submerged. The globe boom is also unattached from the bulkhead at C1. The dividers between C1/C2, C2/C3, & C3/C4 were damaged by the storm surge and are not functioning properly. 4. The fence boom is unattached to the bulkhead at C1. 5. Atlantic Response was onsite on 11/20 and secured the unattached globe and fence booms. The booms were not secured at their normal attachment point due to damage to the tracks from flooding. In addition, they installed soft absorbent boom at the east end of C1 to minimize gaps in the boom system. Page 1 of 1

54 Table 9 Newtown Creek Containment Boom System Activities (Apollo Street Site) October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Component Name Type Location Date Installed October, 2012 November 2012 December, 2012 Activity & Frequency Condition Activity & Frequency Condition Activity & Frequency Condition Compartment 5 Solidifier Boom Inside Globe Boom 3/2/2010 Changeout None Inspection Daily Sheen not observed (16 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Displaced by storm surge, repositioning planned. Changeout None Inspection Weekly Displaced by storm surge, repositioning planned. Globe Boom (For C5) Hard Boom (Primary Containment) Parallel to Bulkhead July 2005 Inspection Daily Functional Inspection Weekly See note #4 Inspection Weekly See note #4 Fence Boom Hard Boom (Secondary Containment) Outermost Component May 2006 Inspection Daily Functional Inspection Weekly Functional Inspection Weekly Functional Compartment SE1 Solidifier Boom Inside Globe Boom 3/2/2010 Changeout None Inspection Daily Sheen not observed (7 total observations) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Not visible from shore. Changeout None Inspection Weekly Not visible from shore. Compartment SE2 Solidifier Boom Inside Globe Boom 3/2/2010 Changeout None Inspection Daily Sheen not observed (5 total observation) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Not visible from shore. Changeout None Inspection Weekly Not visible from shore. Compartment SE3 Solidifier Boom Inside Globe Boom 3/2/2010 Changeout None Inspection Daily Sheen not observed (5 total observation) Changeout None Inspection Weekly Not visible from shore. Changeout None Inspection Weekly Not visible from shore. Globe Boom (For SE1 SE3) Hard Boom (Primary Containment) Parallel to bulkhead 6/28/1905 Inspection Daily Functional Inspection Weekly Functional Inspection Weekly Functional Notes: 1. Texaco never owned or operated on the Apollo Street Property sheens not associated with the Paragon and Apollo Street sites were observed in Newtown Creek on 10/2/12, 10/9/12, 11/28/12, and 12/13/12 beyond the fence boom and of unknown origin. 3. SAIC personnel were onsite and checked the boom system in November and December once per week following the TRF system shutdown and damage due to Hurricane Sandy. Observations were made on: 11/1, 11/5, 11/13, 11/14, 11/15, 11/20, 11/28, 12/5, 12/10, 12/13, 12/19, & 12/ No damage from Hurricane Sandy was identified to the Globe or Fence Boom surrounding C5 or the Globe Boom surrounding SE1, SE2, & SE3. The divider between C4 and C5 was damaged by the storm surge and is not functioning correctly. Page 1 of 1

55 Table 10 Annual Summary of Total Fluids Recovered January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Month Groundwater Treated (gal) During Period PSH Recovered (gal) During Period January 780, February 832, March 724, April 726, May 532, June 622, July 542, August 912, September 793, October 537, November 0 0 December 0 0 Total Recovery in ,006, Total Recovery with Current System 9/14/2007 to 12/31/2012 Total Interim Recovery From June 2005 to July ,260,475 32,450 NA 11,697 Total PSH Recovery From June 2005 to 12/31/ ,147 Notes: 1. NA = Not Applicable 2. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January The PSH recovery is estimated based on weekly gauging of the pre oil water seperator tank and the PSH holding tank Page 1 of 1

56 Table 11 Annual Summary of Fluids Removed from System during Equipment Cleaning Activities January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Date of Cleaning Event Total Fluids Recovered Calculated Volume of Water Calculated Volume of PSH (gallons) (gallons) (gallons) 1/24/2012 2,874 2, /12/2012 2,889 2, /13/2012 2,951 2, /9/2012 2,701 2, /30/2012 3,000 2, /24/2012 2,700 2, /25/2012 2,701 2, /20/2012 3,000 2, /23/2012 2,673 2, /25/ /28/ Total Recovery in ,489 23, Notes: 1. Calculated volumes of recovered water and PSH are based on estimated percentages provided by the recycling facility. 2. Fluids are transported by Atlantic Response for treatment by FCC Environmental. 3. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January The PSH recovery is estimated based on measurements taken after the truck has reached the recycling facility. This estimate includes fluids removed from the system, and not all parts of the system are cleaned during each event. Page 1 of 1

57 Monitoring Wells Total Fluids Recovery Wells Table 12 Annual Measured PSH Thicknesses in Bulkhead Monitoring and Recovery Wells January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Location Units Date 1/30/12 2/16/12 3/19/12 4/24/12 5/24/12 6/5/12 7/31/12 8/27/12 9/11/12 10/8/12 11/15/12 12/10/12 CMW 23D ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 23S ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 54 ft 0.21 ND ND ND ND CMW 55 ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 56 ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 57 ft ND NM 0.13 CMW 58 ft ND ND ND ND ND MW 66 ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND MW 67 ft ND 0.18 ND 0.02 MW 69 ft ND 0.01 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.34 MW 72 ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 17R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 43R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 53R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 59R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 63R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND CMW 64R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND NM NM NM ND NM NM MW 68R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.04 ND ND ND ND ND MW 70R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND MW 73R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND MW 74R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND MW 75R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND PW 1R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND PW 2R ft ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND ND Notes: 1. Recovery wells were operating at the time of measurement. 2. ND Indicates PSH was not detected. 3. NM Indicates a well was not measured. 4. Gauging data from PSH bailing activities is not included in this table. 5. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January Page 1 of 1

58 Table 13 Summary of 2012 Quarterly Combined Gauging Data Former Paragon Oil Termina & Apollo Street Properties Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Date 2/16/2012 6/5/2012 8/27/ /15/2012 Well ID Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) CMW 1 5:04 AM ND :17:00 AM ND :36 AM ND :43 AM ND 7.46 CMW 10 5:54 AM :05:00 AM :26 AM :22 AM CMW 12 6:38 AM :56:00 AM :20 AM :55 AM CMW 13 10:36 AM ND :34:00 AM ND :46 PM ND :24 AM ND 3.18 CMW 14 10:49 AM ND :37:00 AM ND :48 PM ND :26 AM ND 2.96 CMW 15 10:40 AM ND :38:00 AM ND :49 PM ND :30 AM ND 7.31 CMW 16 10:00 AM ND :42:00 AM ND :39 AM ND :54 AM ND 7.46 CMW 17R 10:04 AM ND :45:00 AM ND :44 AM ND :59 AM ND 8.05 CMW 18 6:48 AM :03:00 AM :39 AM :42 AM CMW 19D 7:50 AM ND :44:00 AM ND :46 AM ND NM NM NM CMW 19S 7:50 AM :44:00 AM :45 AM NM NM NM CMW 2 8:03 AM :06:00 AM :42 AM :46 AM CMW 20 6:57 AM :12:00 AM :48 AM ND :35 AM CMW 21 7:18 AM ND :38:00 AM ND :13 AM ND :32 AM ND CMW 22 7:01 AM ND :17:00 AM ND :53 AM ND :14 AM ND CMW 23D 10:10 AM ND :55:00 AM ND :04 PM ND :04 AM ND 7.17 CMW 23S 10:10 AM ND :55:00 AM ND :04 PM ND :04 AM ND 5.63 CMW 24D 4:51 AM ND :54:00 AM ND :43 AM ND :15 AM ND CMW 24S 4:51 AM ND :54:00 AM ND :42 AM ND :15 AM ND CMW 25D 10:34 AM ND :31:00 AM ND :20 PM ND :22 AM ND 6.53 CMW 25S 10:34 AM ND :31:00 AM ND :20 PM ND :21 AM ND 3.71 CMW 26 9:13 AM ND :09:00 AM ND :57 AM ND :44 AM ND CMW 27 4:56 AM NM NM 9:06:00 AM ND :54 AM ND :49 AM ND CMW 28 5:19 AM ND :27:00 AM ND :53 AM ND :58 AM ND 9.87 CMW 29D 5:15 AM ND :21:00 AM ND :49 AM ND :54 AM ND CMW 29S 5:15 AM ND :21:00 AM ND :50 AM ND :55 AM ND 9.40 CMW 30 9:08 AM :13:00 AM :00 AM :39 AM CMW 31 9:03 AM :21:00 AM :03 AM :37 AM CMW 32 5:42 AM ND :51:00 AM :14 AM :11 AM ND CMW 33 5:34 AM :47:00 AM :08 AM :41 AM CMW 34D 6:17 AM ND :33:00 AM ND :01 AM ND :02 AM ND CMW 34S 6:17 AM :33:00 AM :03 AM :03 AM CMW 35 6:35 AM :52:00 AM :15 AM :58 AM CMW 36D 9:20 AM :30:00 AM :54 AM :22 AM Note: 1. NM - Not Measured 2. ND - Not Detected 3. ft btoc - Feet Below Top of Casing 4. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January Page 1 of 3

59 Table 13 Summary of 2012 Quarterly Combined Gauging Data Former Paragon Oil Termina & Apollo Street Properties Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Date 2/16/2012 6/5/2012 8/27/ /15/2012 Well ID Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) CMW 36S 9:20 AM :30:00 AM :55 AM :22 AM CMW 37 6:42 AM :56:00 AM :33 AM :49 AM CMW 38 7:21 AM :52:00 AM :20 AM :46 AM CMW 39 7:15 AM :29:00 AM :08 AM :25 AM CMW 4 5:10 AM ND :41:00 AM ND :04 AM ND :44 AM ND 8.30 CMW 40 4:41 AM ND :08:00 AM ND :22 AM ND :28 AM ND 9.89 CMW 41D 9:57 AM ND :38:00 AM ND :36 AM ND :55 AM ND CMW 41S 9:57 AM ND :38:00 AM ND :36 AM ND :56 AM ND 6.49 CMW 42 10:03 AM ND :44:00 AM ND :41 AM ND :57 AM ND 8.36 CMW 43R 10:06 AM ND :46:00 AM ND :47 AM ND :00 AM ND 7.91 CMW 44 9:28 AM :02:00 AM :24 AM :33 AM CMW 45 6:52 AM :06:00 AM :42 AM :39 AM CMW 46 8:58 AM ND :12:00 AM ND :49 AM ND :30 AM ND CMW 47D 5:50 AM ND :57:00 AM ND :20 AM ND :16 AM ND CMW 47S 5:50 AM ND :57:00 AM ND :21 AM ND :17 AM ND CMW 49 9:42 AM :51:00 AM :13 AM :31 AM CMW 5 5:22 AM ND :30:00 AM ND :56 AM ND :00 AM ND CMW 50 9:35 AM :43:00 AM :01 AM :36 AM CMW 53R 10:22 AM ND :18:00 AM ND :10 PM ND :12 AM ND 6.07 CMW 54 10:14 AM ND :02:00 AM :29 PM :06 AM ND 8.05 CMW 55 10:08 AM ND :51:00 AM ND :57 AM ND :01 AM ND 5.12 CMW 56 10:13 AM ND :01:00 AM ND :30 PM ND :05 AM ND 7.07 CMW 57 10:29 AM :26:00 AM :16 PM NM NM NM CMW 58 10:24 AM :22:00 AM ND :12 PM :15 AM ND 3.20 CMW 59R 10:20 AM ND :16:00 AM ND :09 PM ND :11 AM ND 5.20 CMW 6 5:27 AM :34:00 AM :00 AM :05 AM ND CMW 60D 6:04 AM :18:00 AM :44 AM :31 AM ND CMW 60S 6:04 AM NM NM 6:18:00 AM NM NM 6:45 AM NM NM 11:32 AM NM NM CMW 61 5:57 AM :10:00 AM :51 AM :25 AM CMW 62D 6:28 AM ND :44:00 AM ND :10 AM ND :20 AM ND CMW 62S 6:28 AM :44:00 AM :09 AM :21 AM CMW 63R 10:18 AM ND :15:00 AM ND :07 PM ND :10 AM ND 4.65 CMW 64R 10:12 AM ND :50:00 AM ND 9.12 NM NM NM NM NM NM CMW 8 6:11 AM :28:00 AM :38 AM :37 AM Note: 1. NM - Not Measured 2. ND - Not Detected 3. ft btoc - Feet Below Top of Casing 4. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January Page 2 of 3

60 Table 13 Summary of 2012 Quarterly Combined Gauging Data Former Paragon Oil Termina & Apollo Street Properties Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Date 2/16/2012 6/5/2012 8/27/ /15/2012 Well ID Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) Time Depth to PSH (ft btoc) Depth to Water (ft btoc) CMW 9 6:08 AM ND :24:00 AM ND :35 AM ND :35 AM ND MW 2 10:35 AM ND :33:00 AM ND :43 PM ND :23 AM ND 7.28 MW 61 NM NM NM NM NM NM 8:56 AM NM NM NM NM NM MW 62 10:42 AM ND :42:00 AM ND :52 PM NM NM 10:32 AM ND MW 63 10:41 AM ND :39:00 AM ND :29 PM ND :27 AM ND 8.20 MW 64 10:38 AM ND :35:00 AM ND :57 PM ND :25 AM ND 6.92 MW 66 10:31 AM ND :30:00 AM ND :19 PM ND :20 AM ND 3.85 MW 67 10:30 AM :29:00 AM :17 PM :18 AM ND 3.40 MW 68R 10:27 AM ND :25:00 AM ND :15 PM ND :17 AM ND 3.50 MW 69 10:25 AM :23:00 AM ND :13 PM ND :16 AM ND 3.71 MW 70R 10:23 AM ND :21:00 AM ND :11 PM ND :13 AM ND 2.54 MW 72 10:47 AM ND :14:00 AM ND :06 PM ND :09 AM ND 6.03 MW 73R NM NM NM 10:54:00 AM ND :00 PM ND :03 AM ND 5.43 MW 74R 10:15 AM ND :03:00 AM ND :28 PM ND :07 AM ND 6.77 MW 75R 10:17 AM ND :06:00 AM ND :25 PM ND :08 AM ND 7.50 MW 76 8:50 AM ND :38:00 AM ND :35 AM ND :17 AM ND 7.14 MW 77 4:48 AM :43:00 AM :37 AM :27 AM MW 78 4:52 AM ND :59:00 AM ND :50 AM :25 AM ND PW 1R 10:07 AM ND :50:00 AM ND :53 AM ND :02 AM ND 4.77 PW 2R 10:11 AM ND :56:00 AM ND :02 PM ND :05 AM ND 5.20 RIMW 01 7:10 AM ND :25:00 AM ND :05 AM ND :21 AM ND RIMW 02 7:07 AM ND :21:00 AM ND :59 AM ND :19 AM ND Note: 1. NM - Not Measured 2. ND - Not Detected 3. ft btoc - Feet Below Top of Casing 4. The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January Page 3 of 3

61 Table 14 Annual Summary of NYCDEP Discharge Permit Compliance Results Janaury 1, 2012 Through December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Analyte Daily Monthly 1,1,1 Trichloroethane (ug/l) <5.0 <0.39 <5.0 NS 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene (ug/l) <9.8 <0.46 <200 NS 1,4 Dichlorobenzene (ug/l) <5.0 <0.51 <5.0 NS Aroclor 1016 (ug/l) <0.057 <0.037 <0.057 NS Aroclor 1221 (ug/l) <0.057 <0.037 <0.057 NS Aroclor 1232 (ug/l) <0.057 <0.037 <0.057 NS Aroclor 1242 (ug/l) <0.057 <0.037 <0.057 NS Aroclor 1248 (ug/l) <0.057 <0.037 <0.057 NS Aroclor 1254 (ug/l) <0.057 <0.03 <0.057 NS Aroclor 1260 (ug/l) <0.057 <0.03 <0.057 NS Total PCBs (7 Aroclors) 1.00 <0.057 NS Benzene (ug/l) <0.6 <5.0 NS Cadmium Total (mg/l) J NS Carbon Tetrachloride (ug/l) <5.0 <0.51 <5.0 NS Carbonaceous Biochemical Oxygen Demand (mg/l) b 11.0b NS Chloride (mg/l) NS Chloroform (ug/l) <5.0 <0.54 <5.0 NS Copper Total (mg/l) J J NS Cyanide, Amenable 0.20 <0.010 NS Ethylbenzene (ug/l) J <0.46 <5.0 NS Flashpoint ( F) >140 >176.0 >176 >176.0 NS Hexavalent Chromium Total (mg/l) 5 <0.010 <0.005 <0.010 NS Lead Total (mg/l) J J NS Mercury Total (mg/l) 0.05 < < NS Methyl t Butyl Ether (ug/l) 50 <5.0 <0.35 <5.0 NS Naphthalene (ug/l) J <0.076 <98 NS Nickel Total (mg/l) J J NS Nitrate Nitrite (mg/l N) <0.050 <0.02 <0.050 NS ph, Field (S.U.) NS Phenol (ug/l) <4.9 <0.11 <98 NS SGT Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (mg/l) NYCDEP Concentration Limit TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent (2/28/2012) TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent (5/23/2012) TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent (8/29/2012) TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 4th Quarter <4.9 <1.9 <4.9 NS Temperature, Field ( C) < NS Tetrachloroethene (ug/l) 20 <5.0 <0.34 <5.0 NS Toluene (ug/l) <5.0 <0.45 <5.0 NS Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen (mg/l N) 1.1 < NS Total Residue, at 103 C (mg/l) 19,700B NS Total Suspended Solids (mg/l) 350 < <4.0 NS Total Xylenes (ug/l) J <1.1 <10 NS Zinc Total (mg/l) NS Notes: 1. Permit limits are presented in the May 10, 2011 permit extension approval letter (Appendix D). 2. SGT Silica Gel Treated 3. No sample was collected in the 4th quarter of 2012 due to damage sustained during Hurricane Sandy. Discharge Permit Compliance sampling will resume in the 1st quarter of 2012 when the system is back online. Page 1 of 1

62 Table 15 Annual Summary of Internal Quality Assurance Discharge Results January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Location Date Sampled Time Sampled Benzene (ug/l) Ethylbenzene (ug/l) Methyl t Butyl Ether (ug/l) Toluene (ug/l) Total Xylenes (ug/l) TS 1 Untreated Influent 1/19/ : < TS 2 Post OC 1/19/ : < TS 3 Post GAC 1 1/19/ : <5.0 < TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 1/19/ : J <1.0 < J TS 1 Untreated Influent 2/9/2012 6: < TS 2 Post OC 2/9/2012 6: < TS 3 Post GAC 1 2/9/2012 6: < J 27 TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 2/9/2012 7: < J 3.6 TS 1 Untreated Influent 3/29/2012 8: < TS 2 Post OC 3/29/2012 8: < TS 3 Post GAC 1 3/29/2012 8: < TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 3/29/2012 8: < TS 1 Untreated Influent 4/27/2012 7: < TS 2 Post OC 4/27/2012 7: < TS 3 Post GAC 1 4/27/2012 7: < TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 4/27/2012 7: < TS 1 Untreated Influent 5/23/ : < J 30 TS 2 Post OC 5/23/2012 NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 3 Post GAC 1 5/23/2012 NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 5/23/ :20 <0.6 <0.46 <0.35 <0.45 <1.1 TS 1 Untreated Influent 6/28/2012 9: <1.0 < TS 2 Post OC 6/28/2012 9: <1.0 < TS 3 Post GAC 1 6/28/2012 9:20 1.0J <2.0 <2.0 <2.0 <4.0 TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 6/28/2012 9:25 <2.0 <2.0 <2.0 <2.0 <4.0 TS 1 Untreated Influent 7/26/2012 9: < J 6.7 TS 2 Post OC 7/26/2012 9: <2.0 < TS 3 Post GAC 1 7/26/2012 9:20 1.9J <2.0 <2.0 <2.0 <4.0 TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 7/26/2012 9:25 <2.0 <2.0 <2.0 <2.0 <4.0 TS 1 Untreated Influent 8/29/ : < J 51 TS 2 Post OC 8/29/2012 NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 3 Post GAC 1 8/29/2012 NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 8/29/ :25 <5.0 <5.0 <5.0 <5.0 <10 TS 1 Untreated Influent 9/26/ : J TS 2 Post OC 9/26/ : <5.0 < TS 3 Post GAC 1 9/26/ : <5.0 <5.0 <5.0 <10 TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent 9/26/ :40 <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 <2.0 TS 1 Untreated Influent October NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 2 Post OC October NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 3 Post GAC 1 October NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent October NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 1 Untreated Influent November NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 2 Post OC November NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 3 Post GAC 1 November NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent November NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 1 Untreated Influent December NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 2 Post OC December NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 3 Post GAC 1 December NS NS NS NS NS NS TS 4 Post GAC 2: Treated Effluent December NS NS NS NS NS NS New York City Effluent Standards, applicable to TS 4 only Note: 1. NS Not Sampled. 2. Compliance with NYCDEP discharge criteria is specific to the treated effluent only (TS 4). 3. TS 1 Treatment System sampling port 1, untreated influent. 4. TS 2 Treatment System sampling port 2, partially treated midfluent after organoclay filtration. 5. TS 3 Treatment System sampling port 3, partially treated midfluent after organoclay and primary carbon filtration. 6. TS 4 Treatment System sampling port 4, final treated effluent that is discharged to the New York City combined sewer. 7. No sample was collected in the 4th quarter of 2012 due to damage sustained during Hurricane Sandy. The discharge permit compliance sample was scheduled for 10/31/2012. Discharge Permit Compliance sampling will resume in the 1st quarter of 2012 when the system is back online. Page 1 of 1

63 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY CMW 1 CMW 4 CMW 5 CMW 9 CMW 1 0/0 01 CMW 1 0/0 01 CMW 01 0/0 01 DUP 01 0/0 01 CMW 4 0/0 01 CMW 4 0/0 01 CMW 4 0/0 01 CMW 5 0/0 01 CMW 5 0/0 01 CMW 5 0/0 01 CMW 9 0/0 01 CMW 9 0/0 01 CMW 9 0/0 01 Volatile Organic Compounds 7/22/10 12:50 6/4/11 16:05 7/17/12 11:50 7/17/12 0:00 7/22/10 8:05 6/4/11 13:30 7/18/12 7:50 7/26/10 2:25 6/4/11 12:35 7/17/12 9:15 7/21/10 1:05 6/4/11 11:05 7/17/12 15:00 Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <10 <1 2 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <10 <1 1.5J Benzene g/l <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 < Ethylbenzene g/l <5 < <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 10 <1 12 Isopropylbenzene g/l <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 < m,p Xylene g/l 4.8J 3.5J <2 <2 <10 <2 <10 <10 <2 <10 12J Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <10 <1 <2 Naphthalene g/l <5 <5 0.91J 0.9J <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 7.2J 0.71J 7.7 n Butylbenzene g/l <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 8.8J <1 14 n Propylbenzene g/l <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 < o Xylene g/l <5 <5 0.95J 1.1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <10 <1 4.3 p Cymene g/l <5 <5 0.49J 0.53J <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 5.1J sec Butylbenzene g/l <5 4.4J <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 < tert Butylbenzene g/l <5 <5 0.98J 0.98J <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <10 <1 <2 Toluene g/l <5 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 9.9J Total Xylenes g/l 4.8J 3.5J 0.95J 1.1J <10 <2 <10 <10 <2 <10 12J Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l 0.85J 1.3J 1.6J 1.5J <9.6J < J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 < J 24J Acenaphthylene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <9.6 <4.8 <99 Anthracene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 < J 68J Benzo(a)anthracene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J < J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <9.6 <4.8 15J Benzo(a)pyrene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2J <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <9.6 <4.8J <99 Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2J 0.51J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <9.6 <4.8J 12J Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2J 0.35J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <9.6 <4.8J <99 Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2J <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <9.6 <4.8J <99 Chrysene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2J 0.81J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 < J 18J Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2J 0.4J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <9.6 <4.8J <99 Fluoranthene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J < J <4.9 <4.7 < J 0.63J 27J Fluorene g/l 0.39J < J 0.87J <9.6J <5.2 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 < J 31J Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2J <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <9.6 <4.8J <99 Naphthalene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J <5.2 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 < J <4.8 <99 Phenanthrene g/l <4.8 <5.1 < J <9.6J <5.2 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 < J 1.6J 69J Pyrene g/l <4.8 <5.1 <4.9 <4.8 <9.6J < J <4.9 <4.7 < J 0.7J 26J Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. Shallow Wells Page 1 of 9

64 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Shallow Wells Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l Benzene g/l Ethylbenzene g/l Isopropylbenzene g/l m,p Xylene g/l Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l Naphthalene g/l n Butylbenzene g/l n Propylbenzene g/l o Xylene g/l p Cymene g/l sec Butylbenzene g/l tert Butylbenzene g/l Toluene g/l Total Xylenes g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l Acenaphthylene g/l Anthracene g/l Benzo(a)anthracene g/l Benzo(a)pyrene g/l Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l Chrysene g/l Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l Fluoranthene g/l Fluorene g/l Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l Naphthalene g/l Phenanthrene g/l Pyrene g/l Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. CMW 13 CMW 14 CMW 15 CMW 16 CMW 19S CMW 13 0/0 01 CMW 13 0/0 01 CMW 13 0/0 01 CMW 14 0/0 01 CMW 14 0/0 01 CMW 14 0/0 01 CMW 15 0/0 01 CMW 15 0/0 01 CMW 15 0/0 01 CMW 16 0/0 01 CMW 16 0/0 01 CMW 16 0/0 01 CMW 19S 0/0 01 CMW 19S 0/0 01 CMW 19S 0/0 01 7/23/10 9:35 6/5/11 12:15 7/21/12 15:45 7/23/10 8:35 6/14/11 18: Not Sampled 7/26/10 10:00 6/5/11 10:15 7/22/12 9:20 7/26/10 9:10 6/14/11 12:00 7/21/12 9:50 7/20/10 2: Not Sampled 2012 Not Sampled <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <20 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <20 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS < <1 <1 <1 460 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 0.87J <1 <1 <1 <1 32 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS < <1 <1 <1 130 NS NS <10 <2 <2 <10 <2 NS < J 0.72J <2 <2 <2 39J NS NS <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <20 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 1 <1 <20 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 15J NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS < <1 <1 <1 140 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <20 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <20 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <20 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <20 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 NS < J <1 <1 <1 28 NS NS <10 <2 <2 <10 <2 NS < J 0.72J <2 <2 <2 39J NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 < J NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 1J NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 0.34J NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 < J NS NS <5 <4.8J <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 NS NS <5 <4.8J <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J 0.41J <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 NS NS <5 <4.8J <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 NS NS <5 <4.8J <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 NS NS <5 <4.8J <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 < J NS NS <5 <4.8J <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 < J <4.7 <4.8 < J NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 < J NS NS <5 <4.8J <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.7 <4.8 < J NS NS <5 <4.8 <4.9 <5 <4.7 NS <4.8 < J <4.7 <4.8 < J NS NS Page 2 of 9

65 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Shallow Wells Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l Benzene g/l Ethylbenzene g/l Isopropylbenzene g/l m,p Xylene g/l Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l Naphthalene g/l n Butylbenzene g/l n Propylbenzene g/l o Xylene g/l p Cymene g/l sec Butylbenzene g/l tert Butylbenzene g/l Toluene g/l Total Xylenes g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l Acenaphthylene g/l Anthracene g/l Benzo(a)anthracene g/l Benzo(a)pyrene g/l Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l Chrysene g/l Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l Fluoranthene g/l Fluorene g/l Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l Naphthalene g/l Phenanthrene g/l Pyrene g/l Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. CMW 21 CMW 23S CMW 24S CMW 25S CMW 27 CMW 21 0/0 01 CMW 21 0/0 01 CMW 21 0/0 01 CMW 23S 0/0 01 CMW 23S 0/0 01 CMW 23S 0/0 01 CMW 24S 0/0 01 CMW 24S 0/0 01 CMW 24S 0/0 01 CMW 25S 0/0 01 CMW 25S 0/0 01 CMW 25S 0/0 01 CMW 27 0/0 01 CMW 27 0/0 01 CMW 27 0/0 01 7/20/10 12:10 6/4/11 17: Not Sampled 7/27/10 10:10 6/16/11 11:25 7/22/12 15:15 7/28/10 8:30 6/15/11 10:10 7/21/12 14:50 7/23/10 8:50 6/5/11 9:15 7/21/12 12:10 7/28/10 7: Not Sampled 2012 Not Sampled <20 <10 NS <5 <1 <5 8.2J 5.2 <10 <5 <1 <1 68 NS NS <20 <10 NS <5 <1 <5 <10 <5 <10 <5 <1 <1 <10 NS NS NS <5 <1 <5 1300J <5 <1 < NS NS NS <5 <1 < <10 <5 <1 <1 20 NS NS NS <5 <1 < <10 <5 <1 <1 <10 NS NS 23J 22 NS <10 <2 < <20 <10 <2 <2 57 NS NS <20 <10 NS <5 <1 < J <10 NS NS NS <5 <1 < <10 <5 <1 <1 9.9J NS NS NS <5 <1 <5 <10 4.7J <10 <5 <1 <1 <10 NS NS NS <5 <1 < J <5 <1 <1 <10 NS NS <20 <10 NS <5 <1 <5 9.9J <5 <10 <5 <1 <1 36 NS NS NS <5 <1 <5 <10 <5 <10 <5 <1 <1 <10 NS NS NS <5 <1 <5 <10 <5 <10 <5 <1 <1 <10 NS NS <20 <10 NS <5 <1 <5 <10 <5 <10 <5 <1 <1 <10 NS NS NS <5 <1 < <10 <5 <1 <1 93 NS NS 23J 22 NS <10 <2 < <20 <10 <2 <2 93 NS NS NS 0.57J <4.7 <4.7J <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <5.2 NS NS < J NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <5.2 NS NS 2.4J 1.2J NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J 1.6J 0.32J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <5.2 NS NS 1.3J 0.7J NS <4.8J 0.38J <4.7J 0.39J 0.36J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 < J NS NS 0.66J <4.7J NS <4.8J < J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J < J NS NS 0.54J <4.7J NS <4.8J < J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.8 <5.2J NS NS <4.7 <4.7J NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J < J NS NS <4.7 <4.7J NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.8 <5.2J NS NS 1.4J 0.79J NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J < J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.8 <5.2 NS NS <4.7 <4.7J NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J < J NS NS 3.1J 1.5J NS <4.8J 0.48J 0.72J 0.45J 0.41J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <5.2 NS NS NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J J <4.8 <4.7 < J NS NS <4.7 <4.7J NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J < J NS NS NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J 3.4J J <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <5.2 NS NS NS <4.8J <4.7 <4.7J J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <5.2 NS NS 3.7J 1.7J NS 0.45J 0.78J 1.1J 0.5J 0.33J <4.7 <4.8 < J 1J NS NS Page 3 of 9

66 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Shallow Wells Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l Benzene g/l Ethylbenzene g/l Isopropylbenzene g/l m,p Xylene g/l Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l Naphthalene g/l n Butylbenzene g/l n Propylbenzene g/l o Xylene g/l p Cymene g/l sec Butylbenzene g/l tert Butylbenzene g/l Toluene g/l Total Xylenes g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l Acenaphthylene g/l Anthracene g/l Benzo(a)anthracene g/l Benzo(a)pyrene g/l Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l Chrysene g/l Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l Fluoranthene g/l Fluorene g/l Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l Naphthalene g/l Phenanthrene g/l Pyrene g/l Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. CMW 28 CMW 32 CMW 41S CMW 42 CMW 55 CMW 28 0/0 01 CMW 28 0/0 01 CMW 28 0/0 01 CMW 32 0/0 01 CMW 32 0/0 01 CMW 32 0/0 01 CMW 41S 0/0 01 CMW 41S 0/0 01 CMW 41S 0/0 01 CMW 42 0/0 01 CMW 42 0/0 01 CMW 42 0/0 01 CMW 55 0/0 01 CMW 55 0/0 01 DUP 01 0/0 01 CMW 55 0/ Not Sampled 6/4/11 14: Not Sampled 7/22/10 9: Not Sampled 2012 Not Sampled 7/26/10 10:35 6/14/11 14:35 7/21/12 12:15 7/26/10 8:00 6/13/11 16:20 7/21/12 8:40 7/27/10 9:00 6/16/11 14:00 6/16/11 0:00 7/22/12 10:35 NS <1 NS 190 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS 130 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS 4800 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS 900 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS 41 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <2 NS 970 NS NS <10 <2 <2 <10 <10 <2 <10 <2 <2 <10 NS <1 NS <5 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS 230 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS <5 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS 61 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS 36 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS 5.2 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS <5 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <1 NS <5 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS 2.7 NS 100 NS NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 NS <2 NS 1000 NS NS <10 <2 <2 <10 <10 <2 <10 <2 <2 <10 NS <4.7 NS 2.1J NS NS <4.7 <4.8 < J <4.8 < J 0.39J 0.46J 0.72J NS <4.7 NS <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7 NS 0.31J NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7 NS <5 NS NS < J <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7J NS <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7J NS <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7J NS <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7J NS <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7J NS <5 NS NS < J <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7J NS <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7 NS <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7 NS 1.5J NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7J NS <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7 NS 77 NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7 NS 1.8J NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.7 NS 0.51J NS NS <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7J <4.8 <4.7 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 Page 4 of 9

67 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Shallow Wells Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l Benzene g/l Ethylbenzene g/l Isopropylbenzene g/l m,p Xylene g/l Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l Naphthalene g/l n Butylbenzene g/l n Propylbenzene g/l o Xylene g/l p Cymene g/l sec Butylbenzene g/l tert Butylbenzene g/l Toluene g/l Total Xylenes g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l Acenaphthylene g/l Anthracene g/l Benzo(a)anthracene g/l Benzo(a)pyrene g/l Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l Chrysene g/l Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l Fluoranthene g/l Fluorene g/l Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l Naphthalene g/l Phenanthrene g/l Pyrene g/l Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. CMW 56 MW 63 MW 64 MW 72 RIMW 01 CMW 56 0/0 01 CMW 56 0/0 01 CMW 56 0/0 01 MW 63 0/0 01 MW 63 0/0 01 MW 63 0/0 01 MW 64 0/0 01 MW 64 0/0 01 MW 64 0/0 01 MW 72 0/0 01 MW 72 0/0 01 MW 72 0/0 01 RIMW 01 0/0 01 RIMW 01 0/0 01 RIMW 01 0/ Not Sampled 2011 Not Sampled 7/22/12 9:35 7/23/10 10:55 6/5/11 11:05 7/22/12 11:45 7/22/10 2:05 6/5/11 11:45 7/21/12 17:50 7/27/10 1:20 6/16/11 9:25 7/22/12 12:05 7/20/10 9:45 6/4/11 11:05 7/16/12 14:35 NS NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <1J <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 NS NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 NS NS J J 1.1 <1 4.9 <5 <1 < NS NS 1.5 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 8.4 < NS NS 8.4 <5 1.6 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 < NS NS 1.7J <10 <2 <10 <2 <2 <2 <10 <2 <2 <10 <20 8.5J NS NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 8.4 <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 NS NS 0.52J <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 < NS NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 6.9 <10 4.7J NS NS 0.75J <5 1.2 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 37 <10 11 NS NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 NS NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 NS NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 < J 9.1 NS NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 NS NS 0.95J <5 0.63J <5 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 8.3 <10 19 NS NS 1.7J <10 <2 <10 <2 <2 <2 <10 <2 <2 <10 <20 8.5J NS NS 6.4 <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J < J 2.1J 0.39J 2.5J 1.7J 4.5J NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.9 <5 NS NS 0.55J <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J < J <4.7 < J 0.66J 1J NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7J < J NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.9 <5 NS NS 0.35J <4.7 <4.8J <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7J < J NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7J <4.9 <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 < J <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 < J 0.81J NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7J <4.9 <5 NS NS 1.3J <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J < J < J 0.39J < J NS NS 0.43J <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 < J < J NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7J <4.9 <5 NS NS <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J <4.8 <9.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 < NS NS 0.78J <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J < J <4.7 < J 3.1J 7.5 NS NS 1.2J <4.7 <4.8 <4.9 <10 <4.8J < J 0.34J 0.86J 0.41J 0.73J 1.5J Page 5 of 9

68 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Shallow Wells Deep Wells Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l Benzene g/l Ethylbenzene g/l Isopropylbenzene g/l m,p Xylene g/l Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l Naphthalene g/l n Butylbenzene g/l n Propylbenzene g/l o Xylene g/l p Cymene g/l sec Butylbenzene g/l tert Butylbenzene g/l Toluene g/l Total Xylenes g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l Acenaphthylene g/l Anthracene g/l Benzo(a)anthracene g/l Benzo(a)pyrene g/l Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l Chrysene g/l Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l Fluoranthene g/l Fluorene g/l Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l Naphthalene g/l Phenanthrene g/l Pyrene g/l Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. RIMW 02 CMW 19D CMW 23D CMW 24D CMW 25D RIMW 02 0/0 01 RIMW 02 0/0 01 RIMW 02 0/0 01 CMW 19D 0/0 01 CMW 19D 0/0 01 CMW 19D 0/0 01 CMW 23D 0/0 01 CMW 23D 0/0 01 CMW 23D 0/0 01 CMW 24D 0/0 01 CMW 24D 0/0 01 CMW 24D 0/0 01 CMW 25D 0/0 01 CMW 25D 0/0 01 CMW 25D 0/0 01 7/20/10 11:15 6/4/11 10:04 7/16/12 13:05 7/21/10 8:50 6/4/11 14:20 7/17/12 10:15 7/27/10 11:20 6/16/11 10:30 7/22/12 13:45 7/28/10 9:50 6/15/11 11:40 7/21/12 16:45 7/23/10 10:00 6/5/11 10:25 7/21/12 14:20 <1 <1 <1 <4 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 1.2 <1 <5 <1 <5 15J 12 <1 2.5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 1.7 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <2 <2 <2 <8 <2 <2 <10 <2 <10 1.6J <10 <2 <2 <2 <2 <1 <1 <1 <4 1.2 <1 <5 <1 < <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 1.6 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 2.6 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 <1 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <4 1.2 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <2 <2 <2 <8 <2 <2 <10 <2 <10 1.6J <10 <2 <2 <2 <2 1.5J 0.93J 0.6J 0.79J 0.42J < J 2.3J 1.5J 0.68J <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 <4.7 <4.9 <4.9 <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 < J <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 <4.7J <4.9 <4.9J <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.8 <9.4 <4.7J <4.9 <4.9J <5J 0.46J <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.8 <9.4 <4.7J <4.9 <4.9J <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.8 <9.4 <4.7J <4.9 <4.9 <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.8 <9.4 <4.7J <4.9 <4.9J <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 < J <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.8 <9.4 <4.7J <4.9 <4.9J <5J 0.5J <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.8 <9.4 <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J <5J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 <4.7J <4.9 <4.9J <5J 0.54J <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8J <4.8 <9.4 <4.7 <4.9 < J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J 0.58J <4.7 <5 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 <9.4 <4.7 <4.9 <4.9 <5J < J <4.7 1J <4.8 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.8 Page 6 of 9

69 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Deep Wells Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l Benzene g/l Ethylbenzene g/l Isopropylbenzene g/l m,p Xylene g/l Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l Naphthalene g/l n Butylbenzene g/l n Propylbenzene g/l o Xylene g/l p Cymene g/l sec Butylbenzene g/l tert Butylbenzene g/l Toluene g/l Total Xylenes g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l Acenaphthylene g/l Anthracene g/l Benzo(a)anthracene g/l Benzo(a)pyrene g/l Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l Chrysene g/l Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l Fluoranthene g/l Fluorene g/l Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l Naphthalene g/l Phenanthrene g/l Pyrene g/l Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. CMW 29D CMW 34D CMW 41D CMW 47D CMW 62D CMW 29D 0/0 01 CMW 29D 0/0 01 CMW 29D 0/0 01 CMW 34D 0/0 01 CMW 34D 0/0 01 CMW 34D 0/0 01 CMW 41D 0/0 01 CMW 41D 0/0 01 CMW 41D 0/0 01 DUP 02 0/0 01 CMW 47D 0/0 01 CMW 47D 0/0 01 CMW 47D 0/0 01 CMW 62D 0/0 01 CMW 62D 0/0 01 CMW 62D 0/0 01 7/22/10 11: Not Sampled 7/17/12 14:45 7/21/10 9:40 6/4/11 15:40 7/18/12 9:45 7/26/10 11:35 6/14/11 13:35 7/21/12 10:55 7/21/12 0:00 7/21/10 1:55 6/4/11 10:15 7/16/12 13:25 7/21/10 10:20 6/4/11 16:35 7/17/12 15:00 <1 NS <1 <5 1 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 1.5 NS <5 <5 <1 < <1 0.74J 0.55J <1 NS < <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <1 <5 3 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <2 NS <2 <10 1.6J <10 <10 <10 <2 <2 <10 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 0.71J NS 0.52J <5 3.3J <1 <1 0.53J <1 NS < <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 0.67J <1 <1 NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <1 <5 1.5 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <1 <5 1.6 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <1 <5 <1 <5 <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <1 < <5 <5 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 0.68J <1 <2 NS <2 < <10 <10 <10 <2 <2 <10 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 2.5J NS J 130 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 < J 1.3J 0.69J 2.1J 0.46J <4.7 NS < J 1.9J 2.3J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 NS < J 0.81J <24 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.8 <5 <4.8J 1.7J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.8 <5 <4.8J <24 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.8 <5 <4.8J 3.4J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J 0.52J <4.7 NS <4.8 <5 <4.8J <24 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.8 <5 <4.8J 3.8J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.8 <5 <4.8J 1.6J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J 0.33J <4.7 NS <4.8 <5 <4.8J 3.9J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J 0.57J <4.7 NS 0.92J 3.1J 3J 6J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 < J <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 NS < J 34 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 1J 0.54J <4.7 < J <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.8 <5 <4.8J 3.2J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9J 0.54J <4.7 NS < J 250 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 NS < J 13J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 < J <4.7J <4.7 < J <4.7 <4.7 NS 0.93J 1.4J 1.6J 3.3J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 < J 0.49J 0.42J <4.9 <4.9 <4.7 Page 7 of 9

70 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Deep Wells Screened Through Shallow and Deep Zones Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l Benzene g/l Ethylbenzene g/l Isopropylbenzene g/l m,p Xylene g/l Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l Naphthalene g/l n Butylbenzene g/l n Propylbenzene g/l o Xylene g/l p Cymene g/l sec Butylbenzene g/l tert Butylbenzene g/l Toluene g/l Total Xylenes g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l Acenaphthylene g/l Anthracene g/l Benzo(a)anthracene g/l Benzo(a)pyrene g/l Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l Chrysene g/l Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l Fluoranthene g/l Fluorene g/l Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l Naphthalene g/l Phenanthrene g/l Pyrene g/l Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. MW 26 CMW 22 CMW 26 CMW 46 MW 26 0/0 01 MW 26 0/0 01 MW 26 0/0 01 CMW 22 0/0 01 CMW 22 0/0 01 CMW 22 0/0 01 CMW 26 0/0 01 DUP 2 0/0 01 CMW 26 0/0 01 DUP 02 0/0 01 CMW 26 0/0 01 CMW 46 0/0 01 CMW 46 0/0 01 CMW 46 0/0 01 7/27/10 2:35 7/19/11 9: Not Sampled 7/20/10 2:40 6/4/11 9: Not Sampled 7/28/10 9:10 7/28/10 12:00 6/16/11 20:00 6/16/11 20: Not Sampled 7/28/10 7:15 6/15/11 12:25 7/22/12 8:15 <5 NA NS NS <1 <1 NS <5 NA NS <1 0.82J NS <1 <1 <1 <1 NS < J 970 NS NS 23J 21J NS 620J NS NS <1 <1 NS NS NS <1 <1 <1 <1 NS < NA NS NS 1.6J 1.5J <2 <2 NS <5 <5 NS <1 <1 NS <1 < NS 130 < J NA NS NS <1 <1 NS < <5 NA NS 2.6 <1 NS <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <10 3.3J <1 40 NA NS NS <1 <1 <1 <1 NS < NA NS NS <1 <1 <1 <1 NS < <5 NA NS 0.54J <1 NS <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <10 3J J NA NS NS <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <10 <5 <1 <5 NA NS <1 <1 NS <1 <1 <1 <1 NS <10 <5 < NS NS <1 <1 NS NS NS 1.6J 1.5J <2 <2 NS J 2.6J NS NS 2.4J 2.6J <4.7 <4.8 NS <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.9 <5.6 NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 <4.7 < J 0.74J NS <4.9 <5.6 NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 0.26J < J 0.46J NS <4.9 <5.6 NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.9 <5.6J NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 <4.7 <4.8 < J NS <4.9 <5.6J NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.9 <5.6J NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.9 <5.6J NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 <4.7 < J 0.64J NS <4.9 <5.6J NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.9 <5.6J NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 <4.7 < J 1.6J NS <4.9 <5.6 NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 < J 1.9J 2.5J NS 1.9J 0.85J NS 0.52J 0.48J <4.7 <4.8 NS 3.1J 1.4J 1.2J <4.7 <4.7 NS <4.9 <5.6J NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS 0.89J <4.7 <4.8 < NS J NS 3J 3.2J <4.7 <4.8 NS J 4.8 NS 0.69J <5.6 NS 0.47J <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS 0.49J <4.7 < J 1.8J NS < J NS <9.4 <9.4 <4.7 <4.8 NS <5 0.33J 0.33J Page 8 of 9

71 Table 16 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Spills Technology and Remediation Series Compounds 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene g/l 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene g/l Benzene g/l Ethylbenzene g/l Isopropylbenzene g/l m,p Xylene g/l Methyl tert Butyl Ether g/l Naphthalene g/l n Butylbenzene g/l n Propylbenzene g/l o Xylene g/l p Cymene g/l sec Butylbenzene g/l tert Butylbenzene g/l Toluene g/l Total Xylenes g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Acenaphthene g/l Acenaphthylene g/l Anthracene g/l Benzo(a)anthracene g/l Benzo(a)pyrene g/l Benzo(b)fluoranthene g/l Benzo(g,h,i)perylene g/l Benzo(k)fluoranthene g/l Chrysene g/l Dibenz(a,h)anthracene g/l Fluoranthene g/l Fluorene g/l Indeno(1,2,3 cd)pyrene g/l Naphthalene g/l Phenanthrene g/l Pyrene g/l Notes: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. mg/l miligram per litre 8. Orange indicates an exceedance. Screened Through Shallow and Deep Zones Well Construction Unknown Offsite Well Installed by ExxonMobil MW 2 MW 62 MW 66 MW 88D MW 2 0/0 01 MW 2 0/0 01 MW 2 0/0 01 MW 62 0/0 01 MW 62 0/0 01 MW 62 0/0 01 MW 66 0/0 01 DUP 1 0/0 01 MW 66 0/0 01 MW 66 0/0 01 MW 88D 0/0 01 MW 88D 0/0 01 MW 88D 0/0 01 7/22/10 3:30 6/5/11 11:25 7/21/12 9:55 7/26/10 1:00 6/5/11 9:05 7/22/12 10:40 7/23/10 10:35 7/23/10 10:40 6/14/11 15:40 7/22/12 13:50 7/27/10 11:30 6/17/11 10: Not Sampled <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 <5 <5 <5 68 <10 <2 NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 <5 <5 <5 <10 <10 <2 NS <5 <1 < NS <5 <1 <1 4J 9.5J J 5 15 <10 <2 NS <5 <1 < <5 <5 <5 <5 9.5J NS <10 <2 < J 4.4J 5.3J 4.2J 17 13J <20 11 NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 < <5 <10 <10 <2 NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 <5 <5 <5 16 <10 <2 NS <5 <1 <1 8 <10 <5 <5 <5 <5 <10 <10 <2 NS <5 <1 < <5 <5 <5 <5 8.9J 7.4J 12 NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 <5 <5 7.8 <10 < NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 <5 <5 <5 <10 <10 <2 NS <5 <1 <1 3.9J <10 <5 <5 <5 <5 <10 <10 1.7J NS <5 <1 <1 <5 <10 <5 <5 <5 <5 <10 <10 <2 NS <5 <1 < J <5 4J 3J J 7.5J 8.6 NS <10 <2 < J 4.4J 5.3J 4.2J 25 13J <20 15 NS <4.8 <4.8 < J 1.3J 0.77J 4.9J 5.1 1J 1.9J 0.84J 0.92J NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J <4.8 <5 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J < J 0.67J 0.38J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J < J 0.94J <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J < J 0.65J <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J < J 0.65J <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J < J 0.5J <4.7 <4.7 < J NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J <4.8 <5 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J < J 0.99J < J <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J <4.8 <5 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 < J < J 1.8J <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 < J 1.6J 0.46J 0.56J 0.57J < J <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8J <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J <4.8 <5 <4.9 <4.7 <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 <4.9 <4.8 <4.8J <4.8 <5 <4.9 < <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 < J 1.1J <4.8 <5 0.58J < J <4.8 <4.7 NS <4.8 <4.8 < J 0.46J 0.32J 1.8J 1.8J < J <4.8 <4.7 NS Page 9 of 9

72 Table 17 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Target Contaminant List Compounds, 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY CMW 1 CMW 4 CMW 5 CMW 9 CMW 14 CMW 1 0/0 01 CMW 4 0/0 01 CMW 5 0/0 01 CMW 9 0/0 01 CMW 14 0/0 01 Volatile Organic Compounds 6/4/11 16:05 7/22/10 8:05 6/4/11 12:35 7/21/10 1:05 6/14/11 18:30 Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,1,2 Trichloro 1,2,2 trifluoroethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,1,2 Trichloroethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,1 Dichloroethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,1 Dichloroethene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,2 Dibromo 3 Chloropropane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,2 Dibromoethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,2 Dichloroethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total g/l <10 <10 <2 <20 <2 1,2 Dichloropropane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 1,4 Dichlorobenzene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 2 Butanone g/l 17J <50 <10 <100 <10 2 Hexanone g/l <25 <25 <5 <50 <5 4 Methyl 2 pentanone g/l <25 <25 <5 <50 <5 Acetone g/l 43J <50 <10 < J Bromodichloromethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Bromoform g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Bromomethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Carbon Disulfide g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Carbon Tetrachloride g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Chlorobenzene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Chloroethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Chloroform g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Chloromethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 cis 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 cis 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Cyclohexane g/l <1 Dibromochloromethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Dichlorodifluoromethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 m Dichlorobenzene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Methyl Acetate g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Methylcyclohexane g/l <1 Methylene Chloride g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 o Dichlorobenzene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Styrene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Tetrachloroethene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 trans 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 trans 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Trichloroethene g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Trichlorofluoromethane g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Vinyl Chloride g/l <5 <5 <1 <10 <1 Semi Volatile Organic Compounds 2,4,5 Trichlorophenol g/l <5.1 <24J <4.7 <24 <4.7 2,4,6 Trichlorophenol g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 2,4 Dichlorophenol g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 2,4 Dimethylphenol g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 2,4 Dinitrophenol g/l <10 <9.6J <9.4 <9.6 <9.4 2,4 Dinitrotoluene g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 2,6 Dinitrotoluene g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 2 Chloronaphthalene g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 2 Chlorophenol g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 2 Methyl naphthalene g/l <5.1 <9.6J < J <4.7 2 Methylphenol g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 2 Nitroaniline g/l <10 <48J <9.4 <48 <9.4 2 Nitrophenol g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 3,3' Dichlorobenzidine g/l <5.1 <19J <4.7 <19 <4.7 3 Nitroaniline g/l <10 <48J <9.4 <48 <9.4 4,6 Dinitro 2 methylphenol g/l <10 <48J <9.4 <48 <9.4 4 Bromophenyl phenyl ether g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 4 Chloro 3 methylphenol g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 4 Chloroaniline g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 4 Chlorophenyl phenyl ether g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 4 Methylphenol g/l <10 <9.6J <9.4 <9.6 <9.4 4 Nitroaniline g/l <10 <48J <9.4 <48 <9.4 4 Nitrophenol g/l <10 <48J <9.4 <48 <9.4 Acetophenone g/l 4.4J <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Atrazine g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Benzaldehyde g/l <5.1 <48J <4.7 <48 <4.7 Biphenyl g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Bis(2 chloroethoxy)methane g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Bis(2 chloroethyl)ether g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Bis(2 chloroisopropyl) ether g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Bis(2 ethylhexyl) phthalate g/l <5.1J <9.6J <4.7J 1.8J <4.7 Butyl benzyl phthalate g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Caprolactam g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 < J Carbazole g/l <5.1 <4.8J <4.7 <4.8 <4.7 Dibenzofuran g/l <10 <9.6J <9.4 <9.6 <9.4 Diethyl phthalate g/l < J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Dimethyl phthalate g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Di n butyl phthalate g/l 0.34J <0.65 <4.7 < Di n octyl phthalate g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Hexachlorobenzene g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Hexachlorobutadiene g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Hexachloroethane g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Isophorone g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Nitrobenzene g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 N Nitrosodi n propylamine g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 N Nitrosodiphenylamine g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Pentachlorophenol g/l <10 <48J <9.4 <48 <9.4 Phenol g/l <5.1 <9.6J <4.7 <9.6 <4.7 Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. Page 1 of 5

73 Table 17 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Target Contaminant List Compounds, 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane g/l 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane g/l 1,1,2 Trichloro 1,2,2 trifluoroethane g/l 1,1,2 Trichloroethane g/l 1,1 Dichloroethane g/l 1,1 Dichloroethene g/l 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene g/l 1,2 Dibromo 3 Chloropropane g/l 1,2 Dibromoethane g/l 1,2 Dichloroethane g/l 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total g/l 1,2 Dichloropropane g/l 1,4 Dichlorobenzene g/l 2 Butanone g/l 2 Hexanone g/l 4 Methyl 2 pentanone g/l Acetone g/l Bromodichloromethane g/l Bromoform g/l Bromomethane g/l Carbon Disulfide g/l Carbon Tetrachloride g/l Chlorobenzene g/l Chloroethane g/l Chloroform g/l Chloromethane g/l cis 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l cis 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l Cyclohexane g/l Dibromochloromethane g/l Dichlorodifluoromethane g/l m Dichlorobenzene g/l Methyl Acetate g/l Methylcyclohexane g/l Methylene Chloride g/l o Dichlorobenzene g/l Styrene g/l Tetrachloroethene g/l trans 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l trans 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l Trichloroethene g/l Trichlorofluoromethane g/l Vinyl Chloride g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds 2,4,5 Trichlorophenol g/l 2,4,6 Trichlorophenol g/l 2,4 Dichlorophenol g/l 2,4 Dimethylphenol g/l 2,4 Dinitrophenol g/l 2,4 Dinitrotoluene g/l 2,6 Dinitrotoluene g/l 2 Chloronaphthalene g/l 2 Chlorophenol g/l 2 Methyl naphthalene g/l 2 Methylphenol g/l 2 Nitroaniline g/l 2 Nitrophenol g/l 3,3' Dichlorobenzidine g/l 3 Nitroaniline g/l 4,6 Dinitro 2 methylphenol g/l 4 Bromophenyl phenyl ether g/l 4 Chloro 3 methylphenol g/l 4 Chloroaniline g/l 4 Chlorophenyl phenyl ether g/l 4 Methylphenol g/l 4 Nitroaniline g/l 4 Nitrophenol g/l Acetophenone g/l Atrazine g/l Benzaldehyde g/l Biphenyl g/l Bis(2 chloroethoxy)methane g/l Bis(2 chloroethyl)ether g/l Bis(2 chloroisopropyl) ether g/l Bis(2 ethylhexyl) phthalate g/l Butyl benzyl phthalate g/l Caprolactam g/l Carbazole g/l Dibenzofuran g/l Diethyl phthalate g/l Dimethyl phthalate g/l Di n butyl phthalate g/l Di n octyl phthalate g/l Hexachlorobenzene g/l Hexachlorobutadiene g/l Hexachlorocyclopentadiene g/l Hexachloroethane g/l Isophorone g/l Nitrobenzene g/l N Nitrosodi n propylamine g/l N Nitrosodiphenylamine g/l Pentachlorophenol g/l Phenol g/l Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human h 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. CMW 15 CMW 19S CMW 23S CMW 24S CMW 15 0/0 01 CMW 19S 0/0 01 CMW 23S 0/0 01 CMW 24S 0/0 01 7/22/12 9:20 7/20/10 2:45 7/22/12 15:15 6/15/11 10:10 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <2 <40 <10 24 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <10 <200 <50 <50 <5 <100 <25 <25 <5 <100 <25 <25 <10 <200 <50 27J <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 3.6J <1 <20 <5 6 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 24 <1 <20 <5 < <5 130 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 < <5 160 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 <5 <1 <20 <5 14 <4.9 <24 <4.7 <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 < J <4.7J <4.7 <9.8 <9.4 <9.5J <9.4 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 2J <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <9.8 <47 <9.5J <9.4 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <19 <4.7J <4.7 <9.8 <47 <9.5J <9.4 <9.8 <47 <9.5J <9.4 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 < J <9.5J <9.4 <9.8 <47 <9.5J <9.4 <9.8 <47 <9.5J <9.4 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J 7.3 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <47 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 < J <4.7J 4.2J < J <9.5J 7.3J <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <0.8 <4.7J 0.4 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J <4.7 <9.8 <47 <9.5J <9.4 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7J 2.6J Page 2 of 5

74 Table 17 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Target Contaminant List Compounds, 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane g/l 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane g/l 1,1,2 Trichloro 1,2,2 trifluoroethane g/l 1,1,2 Trichloroethane g/l 1,1 Dichloroethane g/l 1,1 Dichloroethene g/l 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene g/l 1,2 Dibromo 3 Chloropropane g/l 1,2 Dibromoethane g/l 1,2 Dichloroethane g/l 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total g/l 1,2 Dichloropropane g/l 1,4 Dichlorobenzene g/l 2 Butanone g/l 2 Hexanone g/l 4 Methyl 2 pentanone g/l Acetone g/l Bromodichloromethane g/l Bromoform g/l Bromomethane g/l Carbon Disulfide g/l Carbon Tetrachloride g/l Chlorobenzene g/l Chloroethane g/l Chloroform g/l Chloromethane g/l cis 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l cis 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l Cyclohexane g/l Dibromochloromethane g/l Dichlorodifluoromethane g/l m Dichlorobenzene g/l Methyl Acetate g/l Methylcyclohexane g/l Methylene Chloride g/l o Dichlorobenzene g/l Styrene g/l Tetrachloroethene g/l trans 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l trans 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l Trichloroethene g/l Trichlorofluoromethane g/l Vinyl Chloride g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds 2,4,5 Trichlorophenol g/l 2,4,6 Trichlorophenol g/l 2,4 Dichlorophenol g/l 2,4 Dimethylphenol g/l 2,4 Dinitrophenol g/l 2,4 Dinitrotoluene g/l 2,6 Dinitrotoluene g/l 2 Chloronaphthalene g/l 2 Chlorophenol g/l 2 Methyl naphthalene g/l 2 Methylphenol g/l 2 Nitroaniline g/l 2 Nitrophenol g/l 3,3' Dichlorobenzidine g/l 3 Nitroaniline g/l 4,6 Dinitro 2 methylphenol g/l 4 Bromophenyl phenyl ether g/l 4 Chloro 3 methylphenol g/l 4 Chloroaniline g/l 4 Chlorophenyl phenyl ether g/l 4 Methylphenol g/l 4 Nitroaniline g/l 4 Nitrophenol g/l Acetophenone g/l Atrazine g/l Benzaldehyde g/l Biphenyl g/l Bis(2 chloroethoxy)methane g/l Bis(2 chloroethyl)ether g/l Bis(2 chloroisopropyl) ether g/l Bis(2 ethylhexyl) phthalate g/l Butyl benzyl phthalate g/l Caprolactam g/l Carbazole g/l Dibenzofuran g/l Diethyl phthalate g/l Dimethyl phthalate g/l Di n butyl phthalate g/l Di n octyl phthalate g/l Hexachlorobenzene g/l Hexachlorobutadiene g/l Hexachlorocyclopentadiene g/l Hexachloroethane g/l Isophorone g/l Nitrobenzene g/l N Nitrosodi n propylamine g/l N Nitrosodiphenylamine g/l Pentachlorophenol g/l Phenol g/l Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human h 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. CMW 26 CMW 29D CMW 41D CMW 26 0/0 01 DUP 2 0/0 01 CMW 29D 0/0 01 CMW 41D 0/0 01 DUP 02 0/0 01 7/28/10 9:10 7/28/10 12:00 7/17/12 14:45 7/21/12 10:55 7/21/12 0:00 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 0.84J 0.81J <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 < <2 <2 <2 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <10 <10 <10 <10 <10 <5 <5 <5 <5 <5 <5 <5 <5 <5 <5 <10 3.2J <10 <10 <10 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 < <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 < <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 < <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1J <1 < J 0.44J 0.42J <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 < <1 <1 <1 <24 <24 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 < J 3.1J <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <47 <47 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <19 <19 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <47 <47 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 <47 <47 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 <47 <47 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 <47 <47 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <47 <47 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 < J <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 1J 0.89J <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 < <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 <9.4 < <4.7 <4.7 <47 <47 <9.5 <9.5 <9.5 <9.4 <9.4 <4.8 <4.7 <4.7 Page 3 of 5

75 Table 17 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Target Contaminant List Compounds, 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane g/l 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane g/l 1,1,2 Trichloro 1,2,2 trifluoroethane g/l 1,1,2 Trichloroethane g/l 1,1 Dichloroethane g/l 1,1 Dichloroethene g/l 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene g/l 1,2 Dibromo 3 Chloropropane g/l 1,2 Dibromoethane g/l 1,2 Dichloroethane g/l 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total g/l 1,2 Dichloropropane g/l 1,4 Dichlorobenzene g/l 2 Butanone g/l 2 Hexanone g/l 4 Methyl 2 pentanone g/l Acetone g/l Bromodichloromethane g/l Bromoform g/l Bromomethane g/l Carbon Disulfide g/l Carbon Tetrachloride g/l Chlorobenzene g/l Chloroethane g/l Chloroform g/l Chloromethane g/l cis 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l cis 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l Cyclohexane g/l Dibromochloromethane g/l Dichlorodifluoromethane g/l m Dichlorobenzene g/l Methyl Acetate g/l Methylcyclohexane g/l Methylene Chloride g/l o Dichlorobenzene g/l Styrene g/l Tetrachloroethene g/l trans 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l trans 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l Trichloroethene g/l Trichlorofluoromethane g/l Vinyl Chloride g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds 2,4,5 Trichlorophenol g/l 2,4,6 Trichlorophenol g/l 2,4 Dichlorophenol g/l 2,4 Dimethylphenol g/l 2,4 Dinitrophenol g/l 2,4 Dinitrotoluene g/l 2,6 Dinitrotoluene g/l 2 Chloronaphthalene g/l 2 Chlorophenol g/l 2 Methyl naphthalene g/l 2 Methylphenol g/l 2 Nitroaniline g/l 2 Nitrophenol g/l 3,3' Dichlorobenzidine g/l 3 Nitroaniline g/l 4,6 Dinitro 2 methylphenol g/l 4 Bromophenyl phenyl ether g/l 4 Chloro 3 methylphenol g/l 4 Chloroaniline g/l 4 Chlorophenyl phenyl ether g/l 4 Methylphenol g/l 4 Nitroaniline g/l 4 Nitrophenol g/l Acetophenone g/l Atrazine g/l Benzaldehyde g/l Biphenyl g/l Bis(2 chloroethoxy)methane g/l Bis(2 chloroethyl)ether g/l Bis(2 chloroisopropyl) ether g/l Bis(2 ethylhexyl) phthalate g/l Butyl benzyl phthalate g/l Caprolactam g/l Carbazole g/l Dibenzofuran g/l Diethyl phthalate g/l Dimethyl phthalate g/l Di n butyl phthalate g/l Di n octyl phthalate g/l Hexachlorobenzene g/l Hexachlorobutadiene g/l Hexachlorocyclopentadiene g/l Hexachloroethane g/l Isophorone g/l Nitrobenzene g/l N Nitrosodi n propylamine g/l N Nitrosodiphenylamine g/l Pentachlorophenol g/l Phenol g/l Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human h 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. CMW 55 CMW 62D MW 26 MW 64 CMW 55 0/0 01 DUP 01 0/0 01 CMW 62D 0/0 01 MW 26 0/0 01 MW 64 0/0 01 6/16/11 14:00 6/16/11 0:00 7/17/12 15:00 7/19/11 9:05 7/22/10 2:05 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <2 <2 33 <2 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <10 <10 <10 <50 <10 <5 <5 <5 <25 <5 <5 <5 <5 <25 <5 <10 <10 <10 28J <10 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 0.32J 0.36J <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 30 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 33 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 0.51J 0.51J 0.99J 410 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 240 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 <1 <5 <1 <1 <1 3.6 <5 <1 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <26 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10J <4.7 <4.7 < <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <52 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <21 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <52 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <52 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <10 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <52 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <52 <4.7 <4.7 < <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7J <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <52 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 < J <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 < J <5.2 <9.4 <9.4 < J <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 2J 0.63J <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 < <0.49 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <4.7 <10 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <9.4 <52 <4.7 <4.7 < <10 Page 4 of 5

76 Table 17 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for Target Contaminant List Compounds, 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Volatile Organic Compounds Analyte CAS Standard Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane g/l 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane g/l 1,1,2 Trichloro 1,2,2 trifluoroethane g/l 1,1,2 Trichloroethane g/l 1,1 Dichloroethane g/l 1,1 Dichloroethene g/l 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene g/l 1,2 Dibromo 3 Chloropropane g/l 1,2 Dibromoethane g/l 1,2 Dichloroethane g/l 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total g/l 1,2 Dichloropropane g/l 1,4 Dichlorobenzene g/l 2 Butanone g/l 2 Hexanone g/l 4 Methyl 2 pentanone g/l Acetone g/l Bromodichloromethane g/l Bromoform g/l Bromomethane g/l Carbon Disulfide g/l Carbon Tetrachloride g/l Chlorobenzene g/l Chloroethane g/l Chloroform g/l Chloromethane g/l cis 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l cis 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l Cyclohexane g/l Dibromochloromethane g/l Dichlorodifluoromethane g/l m Dichlorobenzene g/l Methyl Acetate g/l Methylcyclohexane g/l Methylene Chloride g/l o Dichlorobenzene g/l Styrene g/l Tetrachloroethene g/l trans 1,2 Dichloroethene g/l trans 1,3 Dichloropropene g/l Trichloroethene g/l Trichlorofluoromethane g/l Vinyl Chloride g/l Semi Volatile Organic Compounds 2,4,5 Trichlorophenol g/l 2,4,6 Trichlorophenol g/l 2,4 Dichlorophenol g/l 2,4 Dimethylphenol g/l 2,4 Dinitrophenol g/l 2,4 Dinitrotoluene g/l 2,6 Dinitrotoluene g/l 2 Chloronaphthalene g/l 2 Chlorophenol g/l 2 Methyl naphthalene g/l 2 Methylphenol g/l 2 Nitroaniline g/l 2 Nitrophenol g/l 3,3' Dichlorobenzidine g/l 3 Nitroaniline g/l 4,6 Dinitro 2 methylphenol g/l 4 Bromophenyl phenyl ether g/l 4 Chloro 3 methylphenol g/l 4 Chloroaniline g/l 4 Chlorophenyl phenyl ether g/l 4 Methylphenol g/l 4 Nitroaniline g/l 4 Nitrophenol g/l Acetophenone g/l Atrazine g/l Benzaldehyde g/l Biphenyl g/l Bis(2 chloroethoxy)methane g/l Bis(2 chloroethyl)ether g/l Bis(2 chloroisopropyl) ether g/l Bis(2 ethylhexyl) phthalate g/l Butyl benzyl phthalate g/l Caprolactam g/l Carbazole g/l Dibenzofuran g/l Diethyl phthalate g/l Dimethyl phthalate g/l Di n butyl phthalate g/l Di n octyl phthalate g/l Hexachlorobenzene g/l Hexachlorobutadiene g/l Hexachlorocyclopentadiene g/l Hexachloroethane g/l Isophorone g/l Nitrobenzene g/l N Nitrosodi n propylamine g/l N Nitrosodiphenylamine g/l Pentachlorophenol g/l Phenol g/l Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human h 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. MW 66 MW 72 RIMW 01 RIMW 02 MW 66 0/0 01 MW 72 0/0 01 RIMW 01 0/0 01 RIMW 02 0/0 01 6/14/11 15:40 7/27/10 1:20 6/4/11 11:05 7/20/10 11:15 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <10 <10 <20 <2 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <50 <50 <100 <10 <25 <25 <50 <5 <25 <25 <50 <5 18J <50 <100 <10 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 200 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 110 <5 39 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <5 <5 <10 <1 <4.7 <25 <4.9 <24 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <9.5 <9.9 <9.8 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <9.5 <50 <9.8 <47 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <20 <4.9 <19 <9.5 <50 <9.8 <47 <9.5 <50 <9.8 <47 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 < <9.9 <9.8 <9.4 <9.5 <50 <9.8 <47 <9.5 <50 <9.8 <47 1.1J < J <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <50 <4.9 <47 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9J <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <5 0.52J <4.7 <9.5 < J <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 < < J <0.83 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 <9.5 <50 <9.8 <47 <4.7 <9.9 <4.9 <9.4 Page 5 of 5

77 Table 18 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for PCBs, Metals, and TDS 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY CMW 1 CMW 4 CMW 5 CMW 9 CMW 14 CMW 15 CMW 1 0/0 01 CMW 4 0/0 01 CMW 5 0/0 01 CMW 9 0/0 01 CMW 14 0/0 01 CMW 15 0/0 01 Aroclors 6/4/11 16:05 7/22/10 8:05 6/4/11 12:35 7/21/10 1:05 6/14/11 18:30 7/22/12 9:20 Analyte CAS Standard Units Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Aroclor g/l NA <0.47 NA <0.48 <0.47 <0.5 Total PCBs (Sum) 0.09 g/l NA ND NA ND ND ND Metals Arsenic g/l J <10 <10 <10 7J Barium g/l Cadmium g/l 0.47J <1 0.59J <1 0.74J <1 Chromium g/l <4 <4 1.3J <4 <4 1.4J Lead g/l 3.2J <5 <5 <5 <5 <5 Selenium g/l <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 Silver g/l <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 Mercury g/l <0.2 <0.2 < J <0.2 <0.2 Total Dissolved Solids Total Dissolved Solids TDS mg/l Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. Page 1 of 4

78 Aroclors Analyte CAS Standard Units Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Total PCBs (Sum) 0.09 g/l Metals Arsenic g/l Barium g/l Cadmium g/l Chromium g/l Lead g/l Selenium g/l Silver g/l Mercury g/l Total Dissolved Solids Total Dissolved Solids TDS mg/l Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. Table 18 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for PCBs, Metals, and TDS 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY CMW 19S CMW 23S CMW 24S CMW 26 CMW 29D CMW 19S 0/0 01 CMW 23S 0/0 01 CMW 24S 0/0 01 CMW 26 0/0 01 DUP 2 0/0 01 CMW 29D 0/0 01 7/20/10 2:45 7/22/12 15:15 6/15/11 10:10 7/28/10 9:10 7/28/10 12:00 7/17/12 14:45 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.48 ND ND ND ND ND ND 11.6 < J 6.5J < J <1 <1 <1 <4 2.1J <4 <4 <4 2.2J <5 <5 4.4J <5 <5 6.1 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 < Page 2 of 4

79 Aroclors Analyte CAS Standard Units Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Total PCBs (Sum) 0.09 g/l Metals Arsenic g/l Barium g/l Cadmium g/l Chromium g/l Lead g/l Selenium g/l Silver g/l Mercury g/l Total Dissolved Solids Total Dissolved Solids TDS mg/l Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. Table 18 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for PCBs, Metals, and TDS 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY CMW 41D CMW 55 CMW 62D MW 26 CMW 41D 0/0 01 DUP 02 0/0 01 CMW 55 0/0 01 DUP 01 0/0 01 CMW 62D 0/0 01 MW 26 0/0 01 7/21/12 10:55 7/21/12 0:00 6/16/11 14:00 6/16/11 14:00 7/17/12 15:00 7/19/11 9:05 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 < J <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.49 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.47 <0.49 ND ND ND ND ND 0.18J <10 <10 <10 <10 < <1 <1 0.99J 0.98J <1 0.82J 1.9J 2.3J <4 <4 <4 <4 <5 4.8J <5 <5 3.7J <5 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 < Page 3 of 4

80 Aroclors Analyte CAS Standard Units Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Aroclor g/l Total PCBs (Sum) 0.09 g/l Metals Arsenic g/l Barium g/l Cadmium g/l Chromium g/l Lead g/l Selenium g/l Silver g/l Mercury g/l Total Dissolved Solids Total Dissolved Solids TDS mg/l Note: 1. When human health risk and aesthetic standards both exist for groundwater, human health risk standards were used. 2. Grey indicates a result of non detect with a reporting limit greater than the standard. 3. J indicates an estimated result. 4. NS indicates that no sample was collected. 5. NA not analyzed. 6. g/l microgram per litre 7. Orange indicates an exceedance. Table 18 Summary of Groundwater Sampling Results for PCBs, Metals, and TDS 2010 through 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal and Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY MW 64 MW 66 MW 72 RIMW 01 RIMW 02 MW 64 0/0 01 MW 66 0/0 01 MW 72 0/0 01 RIMW 01 0/0 01 RIMW 02 0/0 01 7/22/10 2:05 6/14/11 15:40 7/27/10 1:20 6/4/11 11:05 7/20/10 11:15 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 <0.48 <0.47 <0.5J <0.48 <0.49 ND ND ND ND ND <10 <10 <10 9.7J <1 0.75J <1 0.94J <1 <4 <4 1.1J 3.4J 1.2J <5 <5 <5 <5 <5 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 <0.2 < Page 4 of 4

81 Table 19 Annual Summary of Ambient Air Monitoring Results January and August 26 27, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 16 Bridgewater Street Warehouse 16 BW Dispatch Analyte CAS Units IA 1 IA 5 IA 15 IA 16 Jan Aug Jan Aug Jan Aug Jan Aug ,1,1 Trichloroethane ug/m3 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.6 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane ug/m3 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <2.1 1,1,2 Trichloroethane ug/m3 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.6 1,1 Dichloroethane ug/m3 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <1.2 1,1 Dichloroethene ug/m3 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <1.2 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene ug/m3 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <5.6 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene ug/m < < ,2 Dibromoethane ug/m3 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <2.3 1,2 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.8 1,2 Dichloroethane ug/m3 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <1.2 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total ug/m3 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <1.2 1,2 Dichloropropane ug/m3 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <1.4 1,2 Dichlorotetrafluoroethane ug/m3 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <2.1 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 <0.98 <0.98 < <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <1.5 1,3 Butadiene ug/m3 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.66 1,3 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.8 1,4 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.8 1,4 Dioxane ug/m3 <18 <18 <18 <18 <18 <18 <18 <27 2,2,4 Trimethylpentane ug/m < <0.93 <1.4 2 Chlorotoluene ug/m3 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1.6 3 Chloropropene ug/m3 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <2.3 4 Ethyltoluene ug/m3 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <1.5 4 Isopropyltoluene ug/m < <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.6 Acetone ug/m < Benzene ug/m <0.96 Benzyl chloride ug/m3 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1.6 Bromodichloromethane ug/m3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <2 Bromoethene(Vinyl Bromide) ug/m3 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <1.3 Bromoform ug/m3 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <3.1 Bromomethane ug/m3 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <1.2 Carbon disulfide ug/m3 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <2.3 Carbon tetrachloride ug/m3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.9 Chlorobenzene ug/m3 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <1.4 Chloroethane ug/m3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <2 Chloroform ug/m3 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <1.5 Chloromethane ug/m <1.5 cis 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <1.2 cis 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <1.4 Cumene ug/m3 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 < <0.98 <1.5 Cyclohexane ug/m Dibromochloromethane ug/m3 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <2.6 Dichlorodifluoromethane ug/m <3.7 Ethanol ug/m3 5300E 2700E 4100E 6400E 3600E 5500E 2900E 1700E Ethylbenzene ug/m < <0.87 <1.3 Freon ug/m3 < Freon TF ug/m3 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <2.3 Hexachlorobutadiene ug/m3 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <3.2 Isopropyl alcohol ug/m <12 16 < <18 m,p Xylene ug/m < < Methane % v/v <0.07 <0.067 <0.063 <0.068 <0.072 <0.076 <0.069 <0.066 Methyl Butyl Ketone (2 Hexanone) ug/m3 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <3.1 Methyl Ethyl Ketone ug/m methyl isobutyl ketone ug/m3 <2 <2 <2 3.3 <2 3.9 <2 <3.1 Methyl methacrylate ug/m3 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <3.1 Methyl tert butyl ether ug/m3 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <1.1 Methylene Chloride ug/m3 2.4 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <2.6 Naphthalene ug/m3 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <3.9 n Butane ug/m n Butylbenzene ug/m3 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.6 n Heptane ug/m n Hexane ug/m n Propylbenzene ug/m3 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <1.5 sec Butylbenzene ug/m3 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.6 Styrene ug/m <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <1.3 tert Butyl alcohol ug/m3 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <23 tert Butylbenzene ug/m3 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.6 Tetrachloroethene ug/m3 <1.4 < <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <2 Tetrahydrofuran ug/m3 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <22 Toluene ug/m trans 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <1.2 trans 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <1.4 Trichloroethene ug/m3 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.6 Trichlorofluoromethane ug/m Vinyl chloride ug/m3 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.77 Xylene (total) ug/m < Xylene, o ug/m < <0.87 <1.3 Notes: 1. ug/m3 micrograms per cubic meter 2. %v/v percent of atmospheric volume 3. E analyte exceeded calibration standard during analysis Page 1 of 5

82 Table 19 Annual Summary of Ambient Air Monitoring Results January and August 26 27, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Analyte CAS Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane ug/m3 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane ug/m3 1,1,2 Trichloroethane ug/m3 1,1 Dichloroethane ug/m3 1,1 Dichloroethene ug/m3 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 1,2 Dibromoethane ug/m3 1,2 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,2 Dichloroethane ug/m3 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total ug/m3 1,2 Dichloropropane ug/m3 1,2 Dichlorotetrafluoroethane ug/m3 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 1,3 Butadiene ug/m3 1,3 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,4 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,4 Dioxane ug/m3 2,2,4 Trimethylpentane ug/m3 2 Chlorotoluene ug/m3 3 Chloropropene ug/m3 4 Ethyltoluene ug/m3 4 Isopropyltoluene ug/m3 Acetone ug/m3 Benzene ug/m3 Benzyl chloride ug/m3 Bromodichloromethane ug/m3 Bromoethene(Vinyl Bromide) ug/m3 Bromoform ug/m3 Bromomethane ug/m3 Carbon disulfide ug/m3 Carbon tetrachloride ug/m3 Chlorobenzene ug/m3 Chloroethane ug/m3 Chloroform ug/m3 Chloromethane ug/m3 cis 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 cis 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 Cumene ug/m3 Cyclohexane ug/m3 Dibromochloromethane ug/m3 Dichlorodifluoromethane ug/m3 Ethanol ug/m3 Ethylbenzene ug/m3 Freon ug/m3 Freon TF ug/m3 Hexachlorobutadiene ug/m3 Isopropyl alcohol ug/m3 m,p Xylene ug/m3 Methane % v/v Methyl Butyl Ketone (2 Hexanone) ug/m3 Methyl Ethyl Ketone ug/m3 methyl isobutyl ketone ug/m3 Methyl methacrylate ug/m3 Methyl tert butyl ether ug/m3 Methylene Chloride ug/m3 Naphthalene ug/m3 n Butane ug/m3 n Butylbenzene ug/m3 n Heptane ug/m3 n Hexane ug/m3 n Propylbenzene ug/m3 sec Butylbenzene ug/m3 Styrene ug/m3 tert Butyl alcohol ug/m3 tert Butylbenzene ug/m3 Tetrachloroethene ug/m3 Tetrahydrofuran ug/m3 Toluene ug/m3 trans 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 trans 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 Trichloroethene ug/m3 Trichlorofluoromethane ug/m3 Vinyl chloride ug/m3 Xylene (total) ug/m3 Xylene, o ug/m3 Notes: 1. ug/m3 micrograms per cubic meter 2. %v/v percent of atmospheric volume 3. E analyte exceeded calibration standard during analysis 16 Bridgewater Front Office 16 BW St Outdoor IA 2 IA 3 IA 4 OA 3 Jan Aug Jan Aug Jan Aug Jan Aug <2.7 <7.5 <1.1 <5.5 <1.1 <3.3 <1.1 <1.1 <3.4 <9.5 <1.4 <6.9 <1.4 <4.1 <1.4 <1.4 <2.7 <7.5 <1.1 <5.5 <1.1 <3.3 <1.1 <1.1 <2 <5.6 <0.81 <4 <0.81 <2.4 <0.81 <0.81 <2 <5.5 <0.79 <4 <0.79 <2.4 <0.79 <0.79 <9.3 <26 <3.7 <19 <3.7 <11 <3.7 <3.7 <2.5 < <4.9 3 <2.9 <0.98 <0.98 <3.8 <11 <1.5 <7.7 <1.5 <4.6 <1.5 <1.5 <3 <8.3 <1.2 <6 <1.2 <3.6 <1.2 <1.2 <2 <5.6 <0.81 <4 <0.81 <2.4 <0.81 <0.81 <2 <5.5 <0.79 <4 <0.79 <2.4 <0.79 <0.79 <2.3 <6.4 <0.92 <4.6 <0.92 <2.8 <0.92 <0.92 <3.5 <9.6 <1.4 <7 <1.4 <4.2 <1.4 <1.4 <2.5 <6.8 <0.98 < <2.9 <0.98 <0.98 <1.1 <3.1 <0.44 <2.2 <0.44 <1.3 <0.44 <0.44 <3 <8.3 <1.2 <6 <1.2 <3.6 <1.2 <1.2 <3 <8.3 <1.2 <6 <1.2 <3.6 <1.2 <1.2 <45 <120 <18 <90 <18 <54 <18 <18 <2.3 <6.4 <0.93 <4.7 <0.93 <2.8 <0.93 <0.93 <2.6 <7.1 <1 <5.2 <1 <3.1 <1 <1 <3.9 <11 <1.6 <7.8 <1.6 <4.7 <1.6 <1.6 <2.5 <6.8 <0.98 < <2.9 <0.98 <0.98 <2.7 <7.6 <1.1 <5.5 <1.1 <3.3 <1.1 <1.1 <30 <82 25 < <12 26 <1.6 < < < <0.64 <2.6 <7.1 <1 <5.2 <1 <3.1 <1 <1 <3.4 <9.2 <1.3 <6.7 <1.3 <4 <1.3 <1.3 <2.2 <6 <0.87 <4.4 <0.87 <2.6 <0.87 <0.87 <5.2 <14 <2.1 <10 <2.1 <6.2 <2.1 <2.1 <1.9 <5.4 <0.78 <3.9 <0.78 <2.3 <0.78 <0.78 <3.9 <11 <1.6 <7.8 <1.6 <4.7 <1.6 <1.6 <3.1 <8.7 <1.3 <6.3 <1.3 <3.8 <1.3 <1.3 <2.3 <6.3 <0.92 <4.6 <0.92 <2.7 <0.92 <0.92 <3.3 <9.1 <1.3 <6.6 <1.3 <3.9 <1.3 <1.3 <2.4 <6.7 <0.98 <4.9 <0.98 <2.9 <0.98 <0.98 <2.6 < < < <2 <5.5 <0.79 <4 <0.79 <2.4 <0.79 <0.79 <2.3 <6.3 <0.91 <4.5 <0.91 <2.7 <0.91 <0.91 <2.5 <6.8 <0.98 <4.9 <0.98 <2.9 <0.98 < <0.69 <4.3 <12 <1.7 <8.5 <1.7 <5.1 <1.7 < < E 2800E 3400E 2000E 4000E 1900E <2.2 <6 1.1 < <2.6 <0.87 < <1.8 <3.8 <11 <1.5 <7.7 <1.5 <4.6 <1.5 <1.5 <5.3 <15 <2.1 <11 <2.1 <6.4 <2.1 < <12 <12 <5.4 < < < <2.2 <0.077 <0.071 <0.07 <0.057 <0.069 <0.068 <0.055 <0.066 <5.1 <14 <2 <10 <2 <6.1 <2 <2 <3.7 < < <4.4 < <5.1 <14 <2 <10 <2 <6.1 <2 <2 <5.1 <14 <2 <10 <2 <6.1 <2 <2 <1.8 <5 <0.72 <3.6 <0.72 <2.2 <0.72 <0.72 <4.3 <12 <1.7 < <5.2 <1.7 <1.7 <6.6 <18 <2.6 <13 <2.6 <7.8 <2.6 < <1.2 <2.7 <7.6 <1.1 <5.5 <1.1 <3.3 <1.1 < < < <0.82 < <2.5 <6.8 <0.98 <4.9 <0.98 <2.9 <0.98 <0.98 <2.7 <7.6 <1.1 <5.5 <1.1 <3.3 <1.1 <1.1 <2.1 <5.9 <0.85 <4.3 <0.85 <2.5 <0.85 <0.85 <38 <100 <15 <76 <15 <45 <15 <15 <2.7 <7.6 <1.1 <5.5 <1.1 <3.3 <1.1 <1.1 <3.4 <9.4 <1.4 < <4.1 <1.4 <1.4 <37 <100 <15 <74 <15 <44 <15 < <0.75 <2 <5.5 <0.79 <4 <0.79 <2.4 <0.79 <0.79 <2.3 <6.3 <0.91 <4.5 <0.91 <2.7 <0.91 <0.91 <2.7 <7.4 <1.1 <5.4 <1.1 <3.2 <1.1 <1.1 <2.8 < < < <1.3 <3.5 <0.51 <2.6 <0.51 <1.5 <0.51 < <6 4.5 < <0.87 <2.2 <6 1.1 < <2.6 <0.87 <0.87 Page 2 of 5

83 Table 19 Annual Summary of Ambient Air Monitoring Results January and August 26 27, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Analyte CAS Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane ug/m3 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane ug/m3 1,1,2 Trichloroethane ug/m3 1,1 Dichloroethane ug/m3 1,1 Dichloroethene ug/m3 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 1,2 Dibromoethane ug/m3 1,2 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,2 Dichloroethane ug/m3 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total ug/m3 1,2 Dichloropropane ug/m3 1,2 Dichlorotetrafluoroethane ug/m3 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 1,3 Butadiene ug/m3 1,3 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,4 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,4 Dioxane ug/m3 2,2,4 Trimethylpentane ug/m3 2 Chlorotoluene ug/m3 3 Chloropropene ug/m3 4 Ethyltoluene ug/m3 4 Isopropyltoluene ug/m3 Acetone ug/m3 Benzene ug/m3 Benzyl chloride ug/m3 Bromodichloromethane ug/m3 Bromoethene(Vinyl Bromide) ug/m3 Bromoform ug/m3 Bromomethane ug/m3 Carbon disulfide ug/m3 Carbon tetrachloride ug/m3 Chlorobenzene ug/m3 Chloroethane ug/m3 Chloroform ug/m3 Chloromethane ug/m3 cis 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 cis 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 Cumene ug/m3 Cyclohexane ug/m3 Dibromochloromethane ug/m3 Dichlorodifluoromethane ug/m3 Ethanol ug/m3 Ethylbenzene ug/m3 Freon ug/m3 Freon TF ug/m3 Hexachlorobutadiene ug/m3 Isopropyl alcohol ug/m3 m,p Xylene ug/m3 Methane % v/v Methyl Butyl Ketone (2 Hexanone) ug/m3 Methyl Ethyl Ketone ug/m3 methyl isobutyl ketone ug/m3 Methyl methacrylate ug/m3 Methyl tert butyl ether ug/m3 Methylene Chloride ug/m3 Naphthalene ug/m3 n Butane ug/m3 n Butylbenzene ug/m3 n Heptane ug/m3 n Hexane ug/m3 n Propylbenzene ug/m3 sec Butylbenzene ug/m3 Styrene ug/m3 tert Butyl alcohol ug/m3 tert Butylbenzene ug/m3 Tetrachloroethene ug/m3 Tetrahydrofuran ug/m3 Toluene ug/m3 trans 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 trans 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 Trichloroethene ug/m3 Trichlorofluoromethane ug/m3 Vinyl chloride ug/m3 Xylene (total) ug/m3 Xylene, o ug/m3 Notes: 1. ug/m3 micrograms per cubic meter 2. %v/v percent of atmospheric volume 3. E analyte exceeded calibration standard during analysis 42 BW St Warehouse 50 BW St Front Office 50 BW St Warehouse IA 6 IA 7 IA 8 Jan Aug Jan Aug Jan Aug <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 < <0.98 < <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <18 <18 <18 <18 <18 < <0.93 < <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 < <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 < < <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 < <1 1.1 <1 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 < <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 < E 7200E 920E E 3700E < <0.87 < < <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <12 <12 13 <12 <12 <12 < < <0.072 <0.078 <0.055 <0.06 <0.06 <0.054 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 < < <2 3.5 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 4 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 < <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 < < <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 < <1.4 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 < <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 < <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 < < < <0.87 Page 3 of 5

84 Table 19 Annual Summary of Ambient Air Monitoring Results January and August 26 27, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Analyte CAS Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane ug/m3 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane ug/m3 1,1,2 Trichloroethane ug/m3 1,1 Dichloroethane ug/m3 1,1 Dichloroethene ug/m3 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 1,2 Dibromoethane ug/m3 1,2 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,2 Dichloroethane ug/m3 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total ug/m3 1,2 Dichloropropane ug/m3 1,2 Dichlorotetrafluoroethane ug/m3 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 1,3 Butadiene ug/m3 1,3 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,4 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,4 Dioxane ug/m3 2,2,4 Trimethylpentane ug/m3 2 Chlorotoluene ug/m3 3 Chloropropene ug/m3 4 Ethyltoluene ug/m3 4 Isopropyltoluene ug/m3 Acetone ug/m3 Benzene ug/m3 Benzyl chloride ug/m3 Bromodichloromethane ug/m3 Bromoethene(Vinyl Bromide) ug/m3 Bromoform ug/m3 Bromomethane ug/m3 Carbon disulfide ug/m3 Carbon tetrachloride ug/m3 Chlorobenzene ug/m3 Chloroethane ug/m3 Chloroform ug/m3 Chloromethane ug/m3 cis 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 cis 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 Cumene ug/m3 Cyclohexane ug/m3 Dibromochloromethane ug/m3 Dichlorodifluoromethane ug/m3 Ethanol ug/m3 Ethylbenzene ug/m3 Freon ug/m3 Freon TF ug/m3 Hexachlorobutadiene ug/m3 Isopropyl alcohol ug/m3 m,p Xylene ug/m3 Methane % v/v Methyl Butyl Ketone (2 Hexanone) ug/m3 Methyl Ethyl Ketone ug/m3 methyl isobutyl ketone ug/m3 Methyl methacrylate ug/m3 Methyl tert butyl ether ug/m3 Methylene Chloride ug/m3 Naphthalene ug/m3 n Butane ug/m3 n Butylbenzene ug/m3 n Heptane ug/m3 n Hexane ug/m3 n Propylbenzene ug/m3 sec Butylbenzene ug/m3 Styrene ug/m3 tert Butyl alcohol ug/m3 tert Butylbenzene ug/m3 Tetrachloroethene ug/m3 Tetrahydrofuran ug/m3 Toluene ug/m3 trans 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 trans 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 Trichloroethene ug/m3 Trichlorofluoromethane ug/m3 Vinyl chloride ug/m3 Xylene (total) ug/m3 Xylene, o ug/m3 Notes: 1. ug/m3 micrograms per cubic meter 2. %v/v percent of atmospheric volume 3. E analyte exceeded calibration standard during analysis 50 Bridgewater Street Rear Office 50 BW St Outdoor IA 9 IA 10 OA 5 Jan Aug Jan Aug Jan Aug <3.8 <1.1 <4.4 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <4.8 <1.4 <5.5 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <3.8 <1.1 <4.4 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <2.8 <0.81 <3.2 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <2.8 <0.79 <3.2 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <13 <3.7 <15 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.5 <0.98 <3.9 <0.98 < <5.4 <1.5 <6.1 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <4.2 <1.2 <4.8 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <2.8 <0.81 <3.2 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <2.8 <0.79 <3.2 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <3.2 <0.92 <3.7 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <4.9 <1.4 <5.6 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <3.5 <0.98 <3.9 <0.98 < <1.6 <0.44 <1.8 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <4.2 <1.2 <4.8 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <4.2 <1.2 <4.8 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <63 <18 <72 <18 <18 <18 <3.3 <0.93 <3.7 <0.93 < <3.6 <1 <4.1 <1 <1 <1 <5.5 <1.6 <6.3 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <3.5 <0.98 <3.9 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <3.9 <1.1 <4.4 <1.1 < <42 20 <48 13 <12 73 <2.2 <0.64 <2.6 < <3.6 <1 <4.1 <1 <1 <1 <4.7 <1.3 <5.4 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <3.1 <0.87 <3.5 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <7.3 <2.1 <8.3 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.7 <0.78 <3.1 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 < < < <4.4 <1.3 <5 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <3.2 <0.92 <3.7 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <4.6 <1.3 <5.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <3.4 <0.98 <3.9 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <3.6 <1 <4.1 < <2.8 <0.79 <3.2 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <3.2 <0.91 <3.6 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <3.5 <0.98 <3.9 <0.98 <0.98 < <6 <1.7 <6.8 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 < < E E <3 <0.87 <3.5 < < <1.8 <1.8 <5.4 <1.5 <6.1 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <7.5 <2.1 <8.5 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <43 <12 <49 <12 <12 <12 <7.6 <2.2 <8.7 < <0.057 <0.066 <0.077 <0.07 <0.068 <0.067 <7.2 <2 <8.2 <2 <2 3.8 < < < <7.2 <2 <8.2 <2 <2 <2 <7.2 <2 <8.2 <2 <2 <2 <2.5 <0.72 <2.9 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <6.1 <1.7 <6.9 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <9.2 <2.6 <10 <2.6 <2.6 < < <1.2 <3.9 <1.1 <4.4 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <2.9 <0.82 <3.3 < < < <3.5 <0.98 <3.9 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <3.9 <1.1 <4.4 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <3 <0.85 <3.4 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <53 <15 <61 <15 <15 <15 <3.9 <1.1 <4.4 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <4.8 <1.4 <5.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <52 <15 <59 <15 <15 < < <2.8 <0.79 <3.2 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <3.2 <0.91 <3.6 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <3.8 <1.1 <4.3 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 < < <1.8 <0.51 <2 <0.51 <0.51 < < <3 <0.87 <3.5 < Page 4 of 5

85 Table 19 Annual Summary of Ambient Air Monitoring Results January and August 26 27, 2012 Former Paragon Oil Terminal Apollo Street Property Texaco Facility # Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY Analyte CAS Units 1,1,1 Trichloroethane ug/m3 1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane ug/m3 1,1,2 Trichloroethane ug/m3 1,1 Dichloroethane ug/m3 1,1 Dichloroethene ug/m3 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,2,4 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 1,2 Dibromoethane ug/m3 1,2 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,2 Dichloroethane ug/m3 1,2 Dichloroethene, Total ug/m3 1,2 Dichloropropane ug/m3 1,2 Dichlorotetrafluoroethane ug/m3 1,3,5 Trimethylbenzene ug/m3 1,3 Butadiene ug/m3 1,3 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,4 Dichlorobenzene ug/m3 1,4 Dioxane ug/m3 2,2,4 Trimethylpentane ug/m3 2 Chlorotoluene ug/m3 3 Chloropropene ug/m3 4 Ethyltoluene ug/m3 4 Isopropyltoluene ug/m3 Acetone ug/m3 Benzene ug/m3 Benzyl chloride ug/m3 Bromodichloromethane ug/m3 Bromoethene(Vinyl Bromide) ug/m3 Bromoform ug/m3 Bromomethane ug/m3 Carbon disulfide ug/m3 Carbon tetrachloride ug/m3 Chlorobenzene ug/m3 Chloroethane ug/m3 Chloroform ug/m3 Chloromethane ug/m3 cis 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 cis 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 Cumene ug/m3 Cyclohexane ug/m3 Dibromochloromethane ug/m3 Dichlorodifluoromethane ug/m3 Ethanol ug/m3 Ethylbenzene ug/m3 Freon ug/m3 Freon TF ug/m3 Hexachlorobutadiene ug/m3 Isopropyl alcohol ug/m3 m,p Xylene ug/m3 Methane % v/v Methyl Butyl Ketone (2 Hexanone) ug/m3 Methyl Ethyl Ketone ug/m3 methyl isobutyl ketone ug/m3 Methyl methacrylate ug/m3 Methyl tert butyl ether ug/m3 Methylene Chloride ug/m3 Naphthalene ug/m3 n Butane ug/m3 n Butylbenzene ug/m3 n Heptane ug/m3 n Hexane ug/m3 n Propylbenzene ug/m3 sec Butylbenzene ug/m3 Styrene ug/m3 tert Butyl alcohol ug/m3 tert Butylbenzene ug/m3 Tetrachloroethene ug/m3 Tetrahydrofuran ug/m3 Toluene ug/m3 trans 1,2 Dichloroethene ug/m3 trans 1,3 Dichloropropene ug/m3 Trichloroethene ug/m3 Trichlorofluoromethane ug/m3 Vinyl chloride ug/m3 Xylene (total) ug/m3 Xylene, o ug/m3 Notes: 1. ug/m3 micrograms per cubic meter 2. %v/v percent of atmospheric volume 3. E analyte exceeded calibration standard during analysis Apollo Street Warehouse 120 AP St Outdoor IA AP1 IA AP2 IA AP3 OA 8 Jan Aug Jan Aug Jan Aug Jan Aug <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 <3.7 < < <0.98 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.81 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <0.44 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <1.2 <18 <18 <18 <18 <18 <18 <18 < <0.93 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 < <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 < <12 26 < <0.64 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <0.87 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <0.78 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.6 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <0.92 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <1.3 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 < <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 < <0.69 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 < E 5600E 3100E 4100E 2500E 1800E < < <1.8 <1.8 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <1.5 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <2.1 <12 16 <12 <12 <12 <12 <12 < < <2.2 <0.07 <0.055 <0.068 <0.071 <0.074 <0.056 <0.066 < <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 < < <2 <2 <2 2.3 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <0.72 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <1.7 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 <2.6 < <1.2 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 < < <0.7 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <0.98 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <0.85 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <1.4 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 <15 < <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.79 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <0.91 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 <1.1 < <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 <0.51 < < < <0.87 Page 5 of 5

86 Appendix A: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy Damage

87 1/22/ /30/2012 Newtown Creek Stilling Well C2 MW 70R Piping for MW 68R/MW 70R along bulkhead 10/31/2012 C3 Upper Bulkhead Appendix A 1

88 1/22/ /1/2012 C3 Upper Bulkhead 11/1/2012 Undamaged MW 68R/MW 70R Piping Location MW 68R/MW 70R piping damaged by container Appendix A 2

89 1/22/ /1/2012 Undamaged MW 68R/MW 70R Piping Location MW 68R/ MW 70R piping damaged by container 11/1/2012 MW 68R MW 68R/ MW 70R piping damaged by container Appendix A 3

90 1/22/ /1/2012 C1 Globe Boom MW 68R 11/1/2012 Location of bulkhead cap prior to damage MW 70R Location of MW 68R/MW 70R piping prior to damage Appendix A 4

91 1/22/ /1/2012 Normally Dry 11/1/2012 Vapor Phase Carbon Units Are normally upright Appendix A 5

92 1/22/ /1/2012 Secondary containment pan normally clean and dry High water mark 11/1/2012 Secondary containment pan normally clean and dry Appendix A 6

93 1/22/ /1/2012 Heater was partially submerged High Water Mark Secondary containment pan normally clean and dry 11/1/2012 High Water Mark Protective cover to MW 74R/MW 75R piping damaged Appendix A 7

94 1/22/ /1/2012 No apparent damage or loss of secondary containment pallets Redux 910 Chemical did not move 11/1/2012 Storage area is normally organized and clean Water picked up materials and jumbled them around It is currently unknown how many materials are water damaged Appendix A 8

95 1/22/ /1/2012 High Water mark, 25.5 inches higher than upper bulkhead level 11/1/2012 High water mark Appendix A 9

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134 Plate 1: Groundwater Contour Map, November 15, 2012

135 S MW D D-70 D A S MW A A MW A D D D S A A A A RW-20C 5.35 A D-71 S-73 S-66 D S-72 D-72 S D S-40 D NCM-13/I D-10 D RW-20A D MW-104 RW-20B MW-48 RW-19 DEC D DEC RW-19D W MW-103 DEC MW D A MW MW DEC DEC S DEC W KINGSLAND AVENUE D-54I S S-56R 9.33 A D-56R D D S D MW-52 S D D D S S MW-50S 4.27 MW-50D S D MW MW S D S S MW D RW D D AMW D AMW JE AMW S MW JE MW D MORGAN AVENUE A W S D S AMW ARW ARW AOW-1A 7.49 APOLLO STREET APOLLO STREET NEWTOWN CREEK AMW-7 BA AOW-3-4 ARW MW-43 ARW CMW-41S MW-73R AOW-11 CMW-55 AOW-9 AGP-2 AOW-3A 3.5 AMW AMW Dry CMW-41D PW-1R CMW-56-2 MW-47 MW-1 CMW AGP-3 BP Terminal 3.93 MW-88D 5.05 CMW-23D Dry AMW CMW-42 CMW CMW-17R MW-88S 2.5 RW-17 CMW-40 RIMW-02 CMW-23S AOW CMW-43R -0.8 CMW AGP-4 ARW-1 MW RIMW-01 PW-2R CMW-59R Dry AMW-4 CMW-64R A CMW-63R CMW-58 AMW-6 AOW CMW-39 MW AMW-22 CMW-21 MW-70R MW-74R MW-72 MW-46 AMW CMW CMW-57 AMW-23 A AGP MW-69 MW AOW-8 MW-75R CMW-53R Dry MW-82 AGP MW-79 MW-41 ARW-9 A Dry AMW-2 CMW-38 MW-68R 3.35 AMW CMW-19D 2 AGP MW CMW-19S CMW-45 A 2.68 MW MW MW MW ARW-5 AMW A Apollo Street CMW-25D AMW MW-42 CMW-12 CMW-34S CMW-25S 2.55 CMW AGP-C AGP-8 AMW-21 Site CMW-37 MW-45 AGP-B MW-57 MW-89 MW MW-105 CMW-18 AGP-D CMW-24S MW AGP-A 2.89 CMW AMW-1 CMW-24D CMW-9 CMW-4 MW CMW MW-83 MW MW CMW CMW-46 CMW-47S CMW-62S -1.8 DEC CMW-36S CMW-47D CMW-62D CMW-32 CMW-36D MW-78 CMW-60D RW-25 CMW-60S DEC RW-26 P A Dry 3.33 MW-58 MW CMW-5-2 CMW MW-5-2 RW-26 W RW CMW MW-9 MW DEC D ARW ARW S S RW ARW-7 D ARW AMW-12 A AMW AMW-9 ARW AGP-1 4 AMW ARW AOW AOW VAN DAM STREET CMW-34D 3.12 CMW MW-2 BRIDGEWATER STREET MW VARICK STREET CMW RW-H MW-94 A MW-27 A CMW CMW CMW Former Paragon Oil Terminal Site CMW CMW CMW-29S 2.39 CMW-29D CMW MW-61 MW-64 A CMW CMW MW CMW MW CMW MW MW MEEKER AVENUE RW-E MW RW-F RW-G 2.74 MW MW MW NC-2 A MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW BROOKLYN - QUEENS EXPRESSWAY Legend (CMW) Texaco Monitoring Well ExxonMobil, BP, and Ecology & Environment Monitoring Wells (CMW-R,MW-R, PW-R) Texaco Recovery Well (RW) ExxonMobil and BP Recovery Wells A XÏ CMW Not Gauged (NC) Newtown Creek Gauging Location Groundwater Contour (Feet AMSL) Groundwater Contour (Feet AMSL) Interpreted Groundwater Flow Direction Well Identifier and Groundwater Elevation (Feet AMSL) Apollo Street Site Former Paragon Oil Current BP Terminal (former ExxonMobil property) Former ExxonMobil Properties RW RW CMW MW RW-J MW-90 RW-I A MW-93 A MW RW-D MW MW MW DEC NASSAU AVENUE SUTTON STREET SUTTON STREET 12 MW MW-38 A RW-24 W RW-24 P APOLLO STREET MW NASSAU AVENUE MW-RWB A VAN DAM STREET VARICK STREET ExxonMobil Consent Decree Site (ExxonMobil Off-Site Plume) MW RW-C STEWART AVENUE A MW-97 MW KINGSLAND AVENUE MW HAUSMAN STREET HAUSMAN STREET -2 MW RW-A RW-L MW RW-K MEEKER AVENUE VARICK STREET BROOKLYN QUEENS EXPRESSWAY -2 MW CHERRY STREET A MW-36 THOMAS STREET MW NOTE: 1.) The location of CMW and PW wells obtained from surveys conducted by Borbas Surveying for Texaco. All non-cmw well locations provided by ExxonMobil or BP. 2.) This regional gauging event was coordinated among ExxonMobil, BP and Texaco personnel to gauge tidally influenced wells within an hour of the projected high tide at approximately 09:59 AM 3.) The TFR system was taken offline on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January ³ VARICK STREET STEWART AVENUE 4 DEC A MW-4 MORGAN AVENUE SCALE IN FEET Contour Interval = 2 feet FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN, NY DRIGGS AVENUE BROOKLYN QUEENS EXPRESSWAY MORGAN AVENUE MW MW MW DEC MW MW VANDERVOORT AVENUE 4 ANTHONY STREET DEC PORTER AVENUE LOMBARDY STREET GROUNDWATER CONTOUR MAP High Tide, November 15, 2012 drawn CSL checked JAK approved HLS date 12/18/12 date 01/4/13 date 01/22/13 job no. file no A045A Nov_2012_GW.mxd initials date revision plate no. 1 \\Us.saic.com\benham\Organization\CAD\HBG\ENV\GIS_Data\CVX\Greenpoint, NY\2012\Projects\Gauging\Nov_2012_GW.mxd

136 Plate 2: PSH Thickness and Extent, November 15, 2012

137 MW-23 W AOW-4 AMW ARW AOW AOW MW «BP Terminal Site AMW AOW MW-33 MW-106 AOW RW ARW «MW AOW-3A AMW MW-32 1 AMW-4 ARW-8 ² CMW-40 CMW AMW MW CMW-41S ² MW-1 ² MW-88S + MW-88D RIMW-02 CMW-19D CMW-19S CMW MW-26 CMW-22 MW CMW CMW CMW-16 Apollo Street Site RW ² CMW-42 CMW-17R CMW-43R PW-1R RIMW-01 + ² CMW-55 CMW-64R MW-73R PW-2R ² + CMW-63R + CMW-56 CMW-23D CMW-59R CMW-21 CMW-39 MW-74R MW CMW-54 CMW-53R MW-75R CMW CMW-36D CMW-36S CMW CMW CMW-38 CMW-62D CMW-62S ² 0.78 ² CMW-47D CMW-24S ² CMW-47S CMW-24D MW-78 CMW-60S ² CMW-60D MW-34 CMW MW CMW «RW-26 W MW MW RW-H 1.77 CMW-9 CMW-31 MW-76 MW-70R ² CMW-58 ² MW-69 ² MW-68R CMW-32 CMW-6 CMW-57 ² MW-67 ² MW-66 CMW CMW-25D CMW-25S²² CMW-12 CMW CMW-34D ² 0.42 CMW-33 CMW-34S 0.75 MW-2 CMW ² MW-58 CMW MW-94 CMW-6 MW-27 Former Paragon Oil Terminal Site CMW-5 CMW-4 CMW-28 CMW-26 CMW-29D CMW-29S² CMW-27 CMW-14 ² MW-64 ² CMW MW-61 MW CMW-1 MW NOTE: 1.) PSH- Phase Separated Hydrocarbon 2.) PSH Thickness values are in Feet and represent in-well thicknesses and not formation thicknesses. 3.) The TFR system was taken offline on October 28, 2012 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, and remains offline pending repairs to damage caused by the storm. Repairs began on November 6, 2012 and continued through January ) The location of CMW and PW wells obtained from surveys conducted by Borbas Surveying for Texaco. All non-cmw or PW well locations provided by ExxonMobil or BP. 5.) Recovery wells (PW-1R, PW-2R, CMW-43R, CMW-53R, MW-68R, MW-70R, MW-73R, MW-74R, and MW-75R) are typically recovering PSH and groundwater with total fluids recovery pumps, where the fluid level in each well under pumping conditions is generally maintained at the pump intake. This condition allows for the immediate removal of PSH as it enters the well and does not allow PSH to accumulate in the well. Since PSH was present in these wells when they started pumping, PSH is assumed to remain in them today. 6.) Recovery wells (CMW-17R, CMW-59R, and CMW-63R) are typically recovering groundwater with total fluids recovery pumps. However, prior to their conversion to recovery wells, PSH was generally not present in the wells. Therefore, PSH is assumed to not be present in those wells. MW-63 CMW-15 MW-29 RW-E MW-62 ExxonMobil Off-Site Plume RW-F 1.04 MW MW RW-G ² MW-118 MW-107 MW-119 NC-2 MW-24 MW Legend Monitoring, Observation, Recovery, and Sump Wells MW-112 MW No PSH Measured and No Well Construction Information Available No PSH Measured, Water Level Within Screened Interval ² No PSH Measured and Water Level is Above Screened Interval «PSH Measured and No Well Construction Information Available Only PSH Measured, Water Not Detected ² PSH and Water Level Measured Above the Screened Interval PSH Measured and Water Level is Within Screened Interval Not Gauged MW-111 PSH Extent Apollo Street Site Former Paragon Oil Currently BP Terminal Former ExxonMobil Properties MW-115 MW-116 RW RW ExxonMobil Consent Decree Site (ExxonMobil Off-Site Plume) MW-90 RW-I 2.44 MW-93 MW RW-D 0.28 MW-7 MW MW-22 CMW MW RW-J ³ MW-38 RW-24 W ² RW-24 P 1.01 MW-15 RW-A 3 MW-RWB RW-K 2.76 MW RW-C 1.39 MW-97 drawn CSL MW-23 checked SCALE IN FEET FORMER PARAGON OIL TERMINAL AND APOLLO STREET PROPERTY TEXACO FACILITY # GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN, NY PSH Thickness and Extent November 15, 2012 JAK approved HLS date 12/18/12 date 01/4/13 date 01/22/13 job no. file no A045A initials date revision Nov_2012_PSH_Thick.mxd MW-4 plate no. 2 MW \\Us.saic.com\benham\Organization\CAD\HBG\ENV\GIS_Data\CVX\Greenpoint, NY\2012\Projects\Gauging\Nov_2012_PSH_Thick.mxd

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