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The Colorado Water Conservation Board. Finance Section Chief : Tim Feehan, P.E. Meeting Colorado’s Future Water Needs With Limited Resources. 2010 Colorado Water Workshop. Colorado Water Conservation Board. Presentation Summary : 2050 M&I Gap Projections

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the colorado water conservation board
The Colorado Water Conservation Board

Finance Section Chief :

Tim Feehan, P.E.

  • Meeting Colorado’s Future Water Needs With Limited Resources

2010 Colorado Water Workshop

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Colorado Water Conservation Board

Presentation Summary:

  • 2050 M&I Gap Projections
  • Meeting Colorado Water Demands
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Colorado Water Conservation Board

Presentation Summary:

  • CWCB Loan Program & Other Funding Options
  • Summary
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Carl Trick

3 Projects

$1,500,000

Jeff Blakeslee

14 Projects

$23,000,000

Eric Wilkinson

206 Projects

$393,000,000

John Redifer

67 Projects

$101,000,000

Barbara Biggs

John McClow

32 Projects

$10,000,000

Reed Dils

51 Projects

$103,000,000

Travis Smith

17 Projects

$6,800,000

April Montgomery

30 Projects

$39,000,000

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2050 M&I Water Use Projections– final complete
  • Energy Study Phase 2 Revised Water Use Scenarios Memo – draft roundtable product complete; finalize in August
  • M&I Gap Analysis – draft scheduled for August
  • Reconnaissance Level cost Estimates for Ag & New Supply Strategy Concepts– final complete
  • Ag Demands/ Alternative Transfer Methods – draft complete; finalize in 2010 Statewide Water Needs Assessment (SNA)
  • Nonconsumptive:
      • Watershed Flow Evaluation Tool Pilot Study– final complete
      • NCNA Focus Mapping (Phase 1 )– final complete
      • NCNA Phase 2 – draft complete; finalize in 2010 State Needs Assessment
  • Conservation Products:
      • SWSI Conservation Levels Analysis – final complete
      • Evaluation of Passive Savings– final complete
      • Guidebook of Best Management Practices for Municipal Water Conservation in Colorado– final scheduled for August
      • M&I Conservation Strategies – draft scheduled for September; finalize in 2010 SNA
      • Feasibility Study to Assess the Permanency & Penetration Rates of M&I Water Conservation – draft scheduled for October; finalize in Dec. 2010
  • Portfolios and Strategies – draft scheduled for September
      • Density Memo – draft completed and will be appendix for portfolios memo
  • Final 2010 State Needs Assessment Report –due Nov/Jan timeframe

List of Reports

reports in m i context
Reports in M&I Context

Oil Shale Phase II Energy Report

Ag Transfer & New Supply Development Cost Estimates

ATM Methods

The Gap

Density Memo

M&I Demands to 2050

Identified Projects & Processes (IPPs)

Conservation Strategy

Passive Conservation Report

2050 changes in irrigated acres
2050 Changes in Irrigated Acres

18,000acres

66,000 acres

180,000 to

267,000 acres

51,000 acres

77,000 acres

21,000 to

28,000 acres

35,000 to

73,000 acres

83,000 to

7,000 to

84,000 acres

13,000 acres

Statewide Total:

504,000 to 718,00 acres

15 to 20 percent

reports in the m i context
Reports in the M&I Context

ATM Methods

Presumptive Consumptive Use

Ability to transfer part of CU

Ditch-wide analysis

Oil Shale Phase II Energy Report

Build-out: 0, 59, 120 KAF

2050 Range: 0, 7.2, 44 KAF

Ag Transfer & New Supply Development Cost Estimates

Life Cycle Costs:

Ag $16 B-$24 B

New $16 B-$19 B

The Gap

150 KAF to 580KAF

27-37% w/ IPPs @ 100% Success

New M&I Demands to 2050

2050 Baseline Demands:

745 KAF to 1.1 MAF

Density Memo

10% off new metro supplies (35 KAF). Generally x % denser = x/2% water savings

IPPs

439 KAF to 596KAF

  • Other Needs:
  • Nonconsumpitive:
  • 700+ Projects & Methods
  • Mapping finalized for whole state
  • Agricultural Needs:
  • 2050 Ag Demands:
  • 5.6 MAF (15 to 20 % decrease in irrigated acres)

Conservation Strategy

157 KAF - 522 KAF

Passive Conservation Report

154 KAF

financing water project loans
Financing/ Water Project Loans
  • Low Interest Loans for Water Projects (2.75% for ag)
    • Rehabilitation
    • Dam Safety Restrictions
    • New or Increased Storage
    • Purchase of Water Rights
  • 424 Project Authorized Since 1971
  • $704M in Loan Funds Approved To-date
  • 50 Projects in Design/Const. - $331M
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CWCB’s Funds

$0

Construction

Fund

&

General Fund

$

Severance Tax Trust Fund

Perpetual Base Account

CWCB is Self-Supporting

cwcb revolving funds
CWCB REVOLVING FUNDS
  • Construction Fund – Principal & Interest from Loans, Treasury Interest & Federal Mineral Lease.
  • Severance Tax Perp. Base Fund Principal & Interest from Loans, Treasury Interest, and 25% of all Severance Tax.
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Legislative Cash Transfers

$130M transferred FY09/10

program impacts cwcb
Program Impacts - CWCB
  • No New Loans 2010, 2011, - ?
  • No New Statewide or Basin Grants
  • No New Studies
  • Compact Compliance
  • Limited Resources for Satellite Monitor and Stream Gauge Monitoring and Decision Support System
program impacts seo
Program Impacts – (SEO)
  • Stream Gauge Monitoring Program at Risk
  • Reduced SEO Funding Levels:
    • 2,900 Dams/Reservoir – 1,904 Jurisdictional
    • 118,000 AF of Restricted Storage Statewide
    • 243 SWSP’s reviewed 2008
    • 5,600 Well Permit Applications Reviewed
    • 1,174 Small/Large Capacity Well Permits Issue
    • Adm. of 14M AF of Annual Surface Diversions
other funding options
Other Funding Options
  • Water and Power Development Authority
  • USDA Rural Development
  • Natural Resources Conservation Service
  • Department of Local Affairs
  • Federal Projects
summary
Summary
  • Water shortage is not just a 2030/50 Issue
  • Conservation, Re-use, Alt. Transfer Methods
  • Additional Storage
  • Rehabilitation of Existing Infrastructure
  • Funding and Impacts
  • Get Involved
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