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1 Parker-Davis Project Post-2008 Re-marketing Application of Energy Planning and Management Program Power Marketing Initiative Public Information Forum

2 l "We market and deliver reliable, cost-based hydroelectric power and related services -- Strategic Plan What is Western?

3 Service Area 15 Western States 17,000 miles of transmission lines Over 250 substations 40 billion kilowatt-hours of energy each year About 600 customers

4 Westerns Regions

5 Desert Southwest Region About 2,500 megawatts allocated to customers 3,100 miles of transmission lines More than 70 customers

6 DSW Projects Power and transmission marketed on a project-by-project basis Boulder Canyon Project Parker-Davis Project CRSP Southern Division Pacific NW/SW Intertie Project

7 Parker-Davis Project 283 MW of marketed capacity including project use 26 Firm Electric Service Customers Firm Electric Service contracts expire September 30, 2008

8 The Program requires the preparation of integrated resource plans by Westerns customers and establishes a framework for extension of existing firm power resource commitments. l Components of EPAMP (10 CFR 905) »Integrated Resource Planning »Power Marketing Initiative Energy Planning and Management Program

9 l Extend Major Portion of Resource Entitlement l Establish Resource Pool l Used for New Customers Power Marketing Initiative

10 l Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program - Eastern Division l Loveland Area Projects l Central Valley Project l Salt Lake City Area/Integrated Projects Western Marketing Efforts

11 Applicability of PMI Varies by Project The PMI originally applied only to the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program-Eastern Division and the Loveland Area Projects (EPAMP FRN, October 1995)

12 l Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program-Eastern Division and Loveland Area Projects »Extended 20 Years »96 Percent Extended »Two additions to resource pool of up to 1% each of marketable resources Western Marketing Efforts

13 l Central Valley Project »Extended 20 Years »96 Percent Extended »One addition to resource pool of up to 2% of marketable resources Western Marketing Efforts

14 l Salt Lake City Area/Integrated Projects (Colorado River Storage Project) »Extended 20 Years »93 Percent Extended »No additions to resource pool Western Marketing Efforts

15 PMI Application to Parker- Davis l Western will evaluate application of this PMI to other Western firm power contracts that expire after January 1, principally the Parker-Davis and Boulder Canyon Projects. l This evaluation will be published after a separate public process and will take place no more than 10 years before termination of these contracts.

16 l Parker-Davis Project proposal (proposed in 67 FRN 51580, dated 8/8/02) »Extend 94 Percent of Marketable Resource »20 Years From October 1, 2008 »6% Resource Pool for New Customers »No Additional Incremental Resource Pools Parker-Davis Project FRN

17 l Proposal for 6% Resource Pool »Consistent with Total Resource Pool Percentages of other Western Projects »Consistent with PMI to Extend a Major Portion of Power Under Contract »Consistent with PMI to Reserve a Modest Percentage of Resources for Pool Parker-Davis Project FRN

18 l Contracts will be extended under the Current Marketing Plan: »General Consolidated Power Marketing Criteria ( 48 FR 20872) »Conformed General Consolidated Power Marketing Criteria (49 FR 50582) »Proposed Allocation Criteria and Allocations (52 FR 7014) »Final Allocation Criteria and Allocations (52 FR 28333) Parker-Davis Project

19 l Marketing Plan under the PMI »Power Marketing Initiative »Eligibility and Allocation Criteria »Resource Definition »Size of the Resource Pool Parker-Davis Project

20 l P-DP Marketing Plan »P-DP Marketing Area »Preference Customer Criteria »Current Bundled Product Parker-Davis Project

21 P-DP Marketing Area

22 l Preference Customer (per Reclamation Project Act of 1939) »Municipality »Cooperative »Public Power District »Public Utility District »Government Entities »Native American Tribes

23 Parker-Davis Project Firm Power l Firm Electric Service for capacity and energy l Including Transmission and Ancillary Services l Withdrawable and Non-Withdrawable Power Parker-Davis Project

24 l Withdrawable Summer Capacity = 16,030 kW Winter Capacity = 9,460 kW l Non-withdrawable Summer Capacity = 226,485 kW Winter Capacity = 176,070 kW (Figures exclude Project Use Power) Firm Electric Service (Capacity)

25 l Withdrawable Summer Energy = 55,159,230 kWh Winter Energy = 16,110,380 kWh l Non-withdrawable Summer Energy = 779,586,653 kWh Winter Energy = 299,678,271 kWh (Figures exclude Project Use Power) Firm Electric Service (Energy)

26 l Parker-Davis Project Capacity (kilowatts) 283,015 kW Available - 40,500 kW Project Use 242,515 kW Available for Allocation & Sale x.94 Extension Factor 227,964 kW Available for Extension to Existing Customers Capacity Available for Extension

27 l Parker-Davis Project Capacity (kilowatts) 283,015 kW Available - 40,500 kW Project Use 242,515 kW Available for Allocation & Sale x.06 Resource Pool Factor 14,551 kW Available for Resource Pool Capacity Available for Resource Pool

28 l Total Marketable Parker-Davis Project Energy by season (exclusive of Project Use) Summer834,745,883 kWh Winter315,788,651 kWh Parker-Davis Project Energy

29 l Seasonal Parker-Davis Project Energy (kWh) Summer834,745,883 kWh x.94 Extension Factor 784,661,130 kWh To Be Extended Winter 315,788,651 kWh x.94 Extension Factor 296,841,331 kWh To Be Extended Energy Available for Extension

30 l Seasonal Parker-Davis Project Energy (kWh) Summer834,745,883 kWh x.06 50,084,753 kWh Resource Pool Winter 315,788,651 kWh x.06 18,947,319 kWh Resource Pool Energy Available for Resource Pool

31 l Utility Status »Ready, Willing, and Able to Take Power »Distribution System »Responsible for Load Growth l Must Sign Long-Term Contract l Must Comply With IRP Provision Eligible Preference Customers

32 l Sign Long-term Firm Electric Service Contracts in Spring of 2004 Existing Customers

33 l Public Comment Forums: »Las Vegas, Nevada --- October 8, 2002 »Phoenix, Arizona --- October 9, 2002 »Ontario, California --- October 10, 2002

34 l Public Comment Forums l Submit Written Comments to Western »Applicability of the PMI to Parker-Davis »Resource Extension Percentage »Size of the Resource Pool l Comment Period Ends November 6 l Western Evaluates Comments l Western Publishes Final Decision FRN Next Steps in this Public Process

35 l Submit written comments to: Mr. J. Tyler Carlson Western Area Power Administration P.O. Box 6457 Phoenix, AZ or Fax: (602) or

36 l Marketing Plan Criteria: »Define Eligibility Criteria »Define Allocation Criteria »Define General Contract Principles l Allocations »Determine Successful Applicants »Determine Resources to be Allocated Future Public Process Decisions

37 l Visit our website at: »Power Marketing Initiative - Subpart C »Parker-Davis Project Marketing Area Map »Federal Register Notice (dated 8/8/02) »Current Marketing Plan


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