Water Market Information
  • 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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  • 10/08/2016
    16:02
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    Sufficient resources are available to announce a new allocation of 56 per cent of entitlement to general security licence holders in the Macquarie and Cudgegong valleys.

    This is in addition to the previous allocations announced in July, bringing the total for the 2016/17 water year to 77 per cent of entitlement.

    Persistent and widespread rainfall in the Central West has produced approximately 450,000 megalitres (ML) of inflow to Burrendong Dam in July and a further 140,000 ML is anticipated in August, based on flows already in the system.
  • 16:02
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    Lower Namoi general security allocation has increased from zero to 8 per cent of entitlement.

    This is due mainly to good inflows into Keepit Dam in recent weeks.
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  • 15:57
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    Due to good inflows in July, there has been an increase in general security allocations from zero to 2.19 per cent of entitlement for the 2016/17 water year. Copeton Dam volume has risen by about 37 GL in the past month, bringing its total volume to about 273 GL.
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  • 15:57
    Agency:
    NSWIC
    Description:
    The onset of airspace operations by WaterNSW at Wyangala Dam this week has triggered an account reset for general security and conveyance licence holders in the Lachlan Valley.
    In accordance with the rules in the water sharing plan, DPI Water announces that:
    • All water allocations remaining in the water allocation accounts of general security licences and the spillable sub-accounts of high security licences are withdrawn.
    • Current and assured future water resources are sufficient to make an available water determination of 115 percent of entitlement to general security licence holders.
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