1.10 Other surface water assets
The volumetric value for the line item at the end of the 2011–12 year was 19,952 ML.
The line item comprises of information from Rocky Valley Reservoir located in Kiewa sustainable diversion limit (SDL) area in Victoria. Information for this storage is summarised in the following table. The dead storage volume for the storage is not available.
|Segment||Water resource plan area||Sustainable diversion limit area||State||Storage name||Total capacity (ML)||Total storage volume on 30 June 2012 (ML)||Total storage volume on 30 June 2011 (ML)|
|Southern Basin||SW2 Vic. Murray||SS3||Kiewa||Vic.||Rocky Valley||28,370||19,952||18,131|
Rocky Valley Reservoir does not form part of the entitlement system within the MDB region. It is a storage owned by a hydro-electric operator and the volume released each year is subject to their water licence. No orders can be placed on the storage for delivery of water to the entitlement system. It does not reflect a volume that can be used to support the total volume in storages. It is potentially an asset, although there is some doubt about when the asset can be claimed because it is not available to settle claims for water until the hydro-operator physically makes the release.
Murray–Darling Basin Authority: water audit monitoring data received from Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) on 21 March 2013 and stored in the HYDRO database.
Bureau of Meteorology (the Bureau).
Values have been provided to the Murray–Darling Basin Authority as part of the water audit monitoring report data. The calculations used to derive the storage values were not provided.
Assumptions, limitations, caveats and approximations
The volume reported for the line item includes the volume of dead storage.
The uncertainty estimate was not quantified.