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2019-2020 end of season trading close dates

NSW In accordance with the relevant Valley Water Sharing Plans, please note the following Season Close dates for water allocation trading: Murrumbidgee Regulated Water Interstate – 11:59pm 30 April 2020Murrumbidgee Regulated Intravalley – 11:59pm 31 May 2020All other Regulated Water, Groundwater and Unregulated Water (unless otherwise noted) – 11:59pm 30 June 2020 Coleambally Irrigation Friday.

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South Australia’s River Murray Water Allocation Statement

South Australia’s River Murray Entitlement The projected minimum amount of water that will be delivered to South Australia as part of its Entitlement in the 2020-21 water year is 696 gigalitres (GL). This is a conservative estimate that assumes:  the remainder of the current 2019-20 water year will be very dry1 ; and .

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Water for fodder – 15th April 2020

Review of Round 1 Public consultation on Round 1 of the Water for Fodder program has now concluded. Thank you to everyone that provided feedback. This feedback is a key part of the review of the program which is currently underway. All feedback received is being considered to maximise the potential of the program and.

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Telemetry to support NSW Non-Urban Water Metering Framework

A cornerstone of NSW’s non-urban water metering framework is the use of local data logging and telemetry devices (known as local intelligence devices) to accurately record and securely transmit data about water extraction to government.  The government has now developed a telemetry system to support this. The system includes: a list of ‘compatible’ local intelligence.

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NIC newsletter 6th April 2020

CEO CommentA couple of new documents on the NIC web site.  Joy has put together a terrific summary of our activities over the 2018-19 year for members in our 2019 annual report – reads well and looks great. The second is our submission to the ‘Sefton’ independent panel on social and economic impacts in the Murray.

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April Allocation Announcements

22nd April Upper Namoi General Security increases to 50% allocation and High Security in both Upper Namoi & Lower Namoi is now at 100% 16th April Lachlan General Security remains unchanged 15th April NSW Murray General Security remains unchanged Murrumbidgee General Security remains unchanged 9th April Macquarie allocations remain unchanged 7th April Gwydir General Security.

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