Veles Weekly Report Archive
Frontal system from NW Pacific bringing precipitation to the region.
NQH2O is down a further $22.95 or 2.82%.
Near month futures at a discount to the index.
Futures volatility at a premium to the index volatility.
Facebooks water positive goal.
Flooding could affect municipal debt.
Iraq to reduce winter crop area by 50% due to water shortage.
NQH2O down $122 or 13% from its high of $936.22 six weeks ago.
Futures volatility at premium to index.
Precipitation has reached Southern California.
New protection for Californian aquifers.
No short term answers for water and drought shortages.
Portugal has low exposure to ecological shock, Mozambique and Angola have high exposure.
Climate refugee crisis beckons in India.
NQH2O futures still trading at a discount to the index.
CA to get $238m from Congress, including $205m for storage projects and $12m for 4 desalination plants.
Groundwater markets may facilitate solution to Western US water problems.
NOAA says drought will persist. Hence probabilities are for a 0% allocation for this coming water year.
Four temporary power units supporting CA grid due to lack of hydropower.
140% of average rainfall needed to have a drought recovery.
Underground water storage growing in importance.
Walton Family pushing for a market based solution to the Colorado River crisis.
This was a record Monsoon year is SW US.
What US and Iran can learn from each other in water.
Climate catastrophe is a huge investment opportunity.
Europe power crisis moves Northward as water shortage persists.
Delivering Investable Water Solutions in Developing countries.
NQH20 price still easing back.
New CA rainy season theory being put forward.
CA authorises $5.2bn for water quality and drought relief.
LA to increase recycling of water.
CA may get more cuts from Colorado River.
Samsung seeking water for plant in Taylor.
Arizona exploring the importing of water.
Queensland’s decision to lower Paradise Dam wall under fire.
Pepsi to replenish groundwater in Pakistan.
Belize Blue Bond tender approaches first deadline.
NQH2O price down $0.97 or 0.11% to $871.96.
Short term futures volatility higher than index volatility as market seeks new price trend.
Satellite imagery showing retraction of Monsoonal effect plus potential build up of frontal activity from NW Pacific.
Models showing potential for more precipitation this oncoming winter than previous winter.
California water agencies resolve Colorado River water dispute.
Marin County competing with Saudi Prince for 3 desalination plants.
Water markets and water trading can help bring CA groundwater into balance.
Water transfers helped farmers survive this year, now all eyes on next year.
Antelope Valley studies water recharge project options.
Does Big Oil have the solution to the West’s water problem?
Farmers restore native grasslands as groundwater disappears.
Turkey’s Mumcular Dam recedes to worrying levels.
Climate change ETFs become controversial.
Fresh VC thinking needed for water.
NQH2O was down $41.04 or 4.49% to $873.
Technicals are showing a price reversal in Californian water.
Near month futures offered at a discount to the index.
The futures volatility is lower than the index volatility.
Satellite picture shows frontal conditions moving towards N California from the NW Pacific.
Topsoil still very dry in North Western US.
Here is what is in the one Trillion dollar Infrastructure for Western Water.
Google sets new water goals.
Zero mass water. Why all the hate?
Water crisis could lead to conflict in Middle East.
Johannesburg can no longer rely on its water supply.
Chile seeks to guarantee water rights.
NQH2O price down $4.48 or 0.49% to $913.97. Up 82% YTD.
Desalination may increase household water bills. El Paso County to use ‘Endless Water Loop’ to fight future water shortages. Reno using ‘smart’ irrigation scheduling. Flagstaff AZ had 3rd wettest Monsoon rainfall on record. Blue Bonds need new standards. Belize moves to restructure its bonds, including marine assets. Dispute over Krishna water. Investment is enhancing water security in Western Australia.
Desalination may increase household water bills.
El Paso County to use ‘Endless Water Loop’ to fight future water shortages.
Reno using ‘smart’ irrigation scheduling.
Flagstaff AZ had 3rd wettest Monsoon rainfall on record.
Blue Bonds need new standards.
Belize moves to restructure its bonds, including marine assets.
Dispute over Krishna water.
Investment is enhancing water security in Western Australia.
NQH2O taking a breather, down $17.77 or 1.90% to $918.45. Up 83.75% Year To Date.
Time to talk about managing Water Risk.
Establishing a desalination plant jointly operated by US and Mexico could help bolster resilience in Colorado River Basin.
Scientists to use radar, balloons and cameras to collect water data in SW by monitoring Colorado snow areas.
Arizona stored water to help shortages. What happens when we start using it?
Digital Tech to help African Island States cope with climate change.
NQH2O up $8.07 or 09.% to $900.40 up 80.14% YTD.
Futures have been trading at a $10-$24 premium to the index.
One week Futures volatility has reversed and is now higher than the index volatility, indicating potentially more volatility to come.
December Futures offer negative $96 to August Futures bid implying significant seasonality in the price.
Monsoon activity has being bringing relief to the SW, with Tucson AZ receiving more rain in 5 days in July than in whole of 2020.
Westland Water District and Environmental Groups align in looming fight over water rights.
Food prices increase due to drought.
Can CA handle another year of drought?
World Bank signs $250m project to add resilience to India’s existing dams.
Blue Bonds a new form of finance.
NQH2O up 78.53% year to date.
One week futures volatility reverses to a discount to the index indicating possible price consolidation.
NQH2O index at new all-time high.
Exceptional drought conditions increased by 13.07%, mostly in the Central Valley.
Washington topsoil moisture 99% short.
Loans and grants being used for drinking water and wastewater projects.
NQH2O price unchanged at $842.38 Near month futures at a premium of $28-$31 to index. August futures bid price $57 higher than the December futures offer price. Near term futures and index volatilities converge further indicating price stability. Water released from Flaming Gorge reservoir in Wyoming and Utah to boost Lake Powell for purpose of guarding hydropower. Thousands of Central Valley farmers may lose access to surface water. 154 primary intrastate reservoirs gain 1.7m Acre Feet of seasonal melt, 20% of average. More companies citing water scarcity as a financial risk in regulatory filings. Most companies underestimate their water consumption cost by 3-5 times the true cost. Companies facing most water risk are food, beverage, tobacco and consumer goods. Tucson AZ water management is a model for other cities. Saudi Arabia suspends privatisation of Desalination and Power plant. Global water crisis unleashing Tsunami of Watertech.
NQH2O up $21.52 or 2.62% to $842.38. Various signals of price stabilisation. Near term volatilities converging between index and futures providing more indications of
price levelling. WaterBanks are
a tool for climate resilience. La Nina could dash hopes of rain this winter. Monsoon promises much needed rain in short term in parched West. Farmers and ranchers in Utah have cut water use by 70-75%. Historical data no longer a reliable guide to future conditions.
NQH2O futures premium reduced from $20 to $6. CA Diamond Valley lake which is an emergency storage reservoir is 80% full. Drought caused a 13% reduction in Almond production. Massive water recycling proposal could help relieve drought conditions.
NQH20 up $2.21 or 0.26%. Water Risk likely to be 3 times Carbon Risk.
NQH2O price eases by $18.61 to $839/AF. Biden Infrastructure Bill to help water storage and drought..
85,44% of CA in Extreme Drought. NQH2O down $0.94 to $857.61. July futures at $60 premium.
Western US driest in 1200 years. December future offer $128 below July Future bid.
Light rain possible in N CA. Lake Mead water conservation ICS project working. NQH2O Sep Futures offer $35 below the July bid price.
The First Water Price Curve is Developing. NQH2O down $10.29 to$856.71. Water Allocations cut from 5% to zero.
Central Sierra Mountain snow has all melted. SW US soil driest since 1895. Wildfire Alert. NQH2O at $867.
NQH2O takes an $8.00 downward breather this week to $869.36 but still on course to $1070. Both Tulare and North Sierra Precip Indexes 2nd driest on record
Extreme drought conditions now encompass 73.31% of CA. NQH2O hits new all time high at $877.36
NQH2O up a further $8.53 to a new high of $877.05. Futures premium to index decreased by $40. Central Valley April Rainfall at 17% of average
NQH2O at New All Time High of $868.7 up73.8% Year to Date . Technical analysis indicating next level could be $1070
CA Governor declares drought emergency in 2counties, NQH2O up $40 to $831.97, light rain in week ahead
Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) at 37.33%of 20 year average
H2O Futures trade at a high $820 for the week. Sierra Snowpack well below average. Reservoir storage also worryingly low.
NQH2O up 12.57% to $772.10. DWR snow survey is disappointing.
DWR Issues Allocation Reduction for the State Water Project. NQH2O up 29.52%
The March Futures Contract has settled at $529.58. With Aprils contract now the front month, will we see if the influence of summer irrigation deals effect NQH2O and the Futures.
California see’s some much needed precipitation. How will this effect drought conditions in the state.
Lake Oroville at only 38% capacity. 2021 looks to be the 3rd warmest on record.