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Friday 05 Nov 2021

The latest seasonal allocations for November 2021 have been announced by the Storage Manager.

 

Total inflow to reservoirs during October was 11,930 megalitres, or around 38% of average. This has resulted in allocations for Wimmera-Mallee Pipeline Product entitlements increasing from 53% to 57% this month. Additionally, 6,200 megalitres has been allocated to the System Reserve. Bulk entitlement rules require a total of 15,000 megalitres to be allocated to the System Reserve once Wimmera-Mallee Pipeline Product entitlements reach 57% allocation.  

 

The Glenelg River Compensation Flow entitlement remains at 1% allocation. No allocation has been possible to Recreation, Wetlands or Commonwealth Environmental entitlements.

 

Friday 08 Oct 2021

The latest seasonal allocations for October 2021 have been announced by the Storage Manager.

Inflow to reservoirs during September was 14% of average, with reservoirs increasing by around 7,300 ML since the September water resource assessment. This has resulted in allocations for Wimmera-Mallee Pipeline Product entitlements increasing from 43% to 53% this month. The Glenelg River Compensation Flow entitlement remains at 1% allocation.

No allocation has been possible to Recreation, Wetlands or Commonwealth Environmental entitlements.

Friday 10 Sep 2021

The Storage Manager's latest allocation outlook for Octotober 2021 to January 2022 is now available.

Click here to see the outlook.

Friday 03 Sep 2021

The latest seasonal allocations for September 2021 have been announced by the Storage Manager.

 

Inflow to reservoirs during August was 64% of average, with reservoirs increasing by around 26,000 ML since the August water resource assessment. This has resulted in allocations for Wimmera-Mallee Pipeline Product entitlements increasing from 22% to 43% this month, and a 1% allocation to Glenelg River Compensation Flow entitlement.

 

No allocation has been possible to Recreation, Wetlands or Commonwealth Environmental entitlements.