Lake Powell Pipeline

Draft Technical Reports for Lake Powell Pipeline


Quick Facts from Technical Reports

22 Alternatives to Lake Powell Pipeline

Utah's Perspective: The Colorado River

A Report by Larry Anderson, past Executive Director of Utah Water Resources

Lake Powell Pipeline Studies

Feasibility Study
Feasibility Study Volume 2
Economic Study

Environmental review and licensing submitted for energy component of Lake Powell Pipeline

The Lake Powell Pipeline Project will also provide a source of energy. This energy will be captured by a hydroelectric generating facilities and sold to offset other project costs. The power will be produced as the water drops almost 3,000 feet as it travels from the high point on the alignment to Sand Hollow Reservoir. Therefore, a Pre-Application Document (PAD) and Notice of Intent to file an Application for Original License was sent to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on March 4, 2008, for their review. The below links will take you to the documents.

Preliminary Application Document

PAD Volume I
Appendix A
Appendix A (Cont.)
Appendix B
Appendix C

Editorial Rebuttal

Rebuttal to Salt Lake Tribune Editorial: FERC Unqualified


Winter/Spring 2009
Spring/Summer 2008
Special Edition 4/2008

Other Links

Information from Utah Division of Water Resources
Is Lake Powell a reliable source?

USBR Colorado River Storage Project

Lake Powell Pipeline Fact Sheet

Video: Lake Powell Pipeline Interviews, Commentary, and Information

Video: Lake Powell Presentation to County Commission by Ron Thompson