Water Market Information
  • 02/09/2016
    16:29
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    NSW Murrumbidgee general security allocation has increased 4 per cent to 54 per cent of entitlement, along with commensurate increase in conveyance allocations. Intermittent rainfall combined with already wet catchments has led to significant runoff and inflows into the Murrumbidgee storages. Storage levels continue to rise with downstream tributaries below Wagga Wagga contributing significant inflows to the main river. Further rainfall is forecast. Supplementary access continues to be available along the full length of the regulated river, including Lowbidgee.
  • 01/09/2016
    17:18
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    NSW Murray general security allocation has increased by 5 per cent to 30 per cent of entitlement with a commensurate increase in allocation to conveyance entitlements. Rainfall since June has improved soil moisture and provided steady system inflows and storage improvements.
  • 17:16
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    NSW Murray general security allocation has increased by 13 per cent to 25 per cent of entitlement with a commensurate increase in allocation to conveyance entitlements. This improvement is largely from tributary inflows including the use of unregulated flow to meet operational requirements. An average general security carryover of 27 per cent is available in NSW Murray water user accounts, meaning that overall general security water availability is now 52 per cent.
  • 17:15
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    NSW Murrumbidgee general security allocation has increased 6 per cent to 50 per cent of entitlement along with commensurate increase in conveyance allocations. Above average wet conditions in July eased in the early part of August. Last week there was about 10 mm of rainfall across the upper catchment. Storage levels are rising slowly and downstream tributaries above Wagga Wagga are providing significant inflows to the main river. Supplementary access is currently available along the full length of the regulated river including Lowbidgee. Also, general security licence holders can use their uncontrolled flow provisions.
  • 19/08/2016
    14:01
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    Recent rainfall in the Peel catchment has boosted storage levels in Chaffey Dam resulting in additional water now available for distribution to licence holders.
    Peel regulated river general security allocation has increased by 0.32ML/unit share (or 32 per cent) to 0.44ML/unit share (or 44 per cent) of entitlement
    A commensurate allocation increase of 0.16ML/unit share (or 16 per cent) to 0.73ML/unit share (or 73 per cent) of entitlement has also been made for Aquifer (general security) entitlement holders in the Peel Alluvium water source.
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