Nominal Volumes as at COB 16 Dec 2016
A change to the location of a water allocation is possible between zones.
If the change can be made within the maximum and minimum constraints set by the trading rules – specified in the Barron Resource Operations Plan – then the change will generally be approved.
If an application to change the location of a water allocation would cause the maximum and minimum constraints to be exceeded, then individual assessments and public advertisements may be required.
|Zone||Zone Group Minimum*||Minimum Annual Volumetric Limit*||Maximum Annual Volumetric Limit*||Projected*||Trade into zone permitted?||Trade out of zone permitted?|
|Barron Zone A||0||15,000||9,314.00||Yes||Yes|
|Barron Zone B #||8,500||0||13,500||8,760.50||Yes||Yes|
|Barron Zone C #||0||20,000||462.00||Yes||Yes|
|Barron Zone D||86,200||No Limit||167,855.00||Yes||Yes|
|Barron Zone E||9,500||29,500||18,032.80||Yes||Yes|
* Volume in Megalitres
Projected volume represents the forecasted “current volume” assuming all outstanding dealing certificates or matters under review are registered on the water allocations register.
# Zone B and Zone C constitute the Barron River Zone Group and must have a combined minimum volume of 8,500ML eg. if Zone B has a minimum of 0ML, then Zone C must have a minimum of 8,500ML.
Some zones will also have individually specified maximum or minimum volumes as well as a combined maximum or minimum volume. For example, if Zone 1 and Zone 2 specify a maximum volume of 800ML and 950ML respectively, then the current volume for each zone must not exceed the volume specified for the zone value