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Download as PDF 46432 Federal Register / Vol. 79, No. 153 / Friday, August 8, 2014 / Notices DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Western Area Power Administration Boulder Canyon Project—Post-2017 Resource Pool Western Area Power Administration, DOE. ACTION: Notice of Proposed Allocation. AGENCY: The Western Area Power Administration (Western), a Federal power marketing agency of the Department of Energy (DOE), announces the Boulder Canyon Project (BCP) Post2017 Resource Pool Proposed Allocation of Power (BCP Proposed Allocation) developed under the Conformed Power Marketing Criteria or Regulations for the Boulder Canyon Project (2012 Conformed Criteria) published in the Federal Register on June 14, 2012, as required by the Hoover Power Allocation Act of 2011, and Western’s final BCP post-2017 marketing criteria and call for applications published in the Federal Register on December 30, 2013. Applications received by March 31, 2014, were considered for an allocation. Western will prepare and publish the Final Allocation of Power in the Federal Register after the close of the comment period provided for in this Federal Register notice and consideration of all submitted public comments. SUMMARY: Entities interested in commenting on the BCP Proposed Allocation may submit written comments using the methods set out in the ADDRESSES section. Western will accept written comments received on or before September 19, 2014. Western will hold three public information forums on the BCP Proposed Allocation. The dates for the public information forums are: 1. August 26, 2014, 1 p.m., PDT, Las Vegas, Nevada. 2. August 27, 2014, 10 a.m., PDT, Ontario, California. 3. August 28, 2014, 10 a.m., MST, Tempe, Arizona. Following the public information forums, Western will hold three public comment forums. The dates for the public comment forums are: 1. September 16, 2014, 1 p.m., PDT, Las Vegas, Nevada. 2. September 17, 2014, 10 a.m., PDT, Ontario, California. 3. September 18, 2014, 10 a.m., MST, Tempe, Arizona. ADDRESSES: Written comments regarding the BCP Proposed Allocation should be sent to: Mr. Ronald E. Moulton, Acting Regional Manager, Desert Southwest Customer Service mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES DATES: VerDate Mar<15>2010 16:51 Aug 07, 2014 Jkt 232001 Region, Western Area Power Administration, P.O. Box 6457, Phoenix, AZ 85005–6457. Comments may also be faxed to (602) 605–2490 or emailed to Post2017BCP@wapa.gov. The public information and public comment forums will be held at: The New Las Vegas Tropicana, 3801 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada; DoubleTree Ontario Airport, 222 N. Vineyard, Ontario, California; DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Phoenix Tempe, 2100 S. Priest Drive, Tempe, Arizona. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mr. Mike Simonton, Public Utilities Specialist, Desert Southwest Customer Service Region, Western Area Power Administration, P.O. Box 6457, Phoenix, AZ 85005–6457, telephone number (602) 605–2675, email Post2017BCP@wapa.gov. Comments received in response to this Federal Register notice will be posted to Western’s Web site at http://www.wapa. gov/dsw/pwrmkt. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The BCP was authorized by the Boulder Canyon Project Act of 1928 (43 U.S.C. 617) (BCPA). Under Section 5 of the BCPA, the Secretary of the Interior marketed the capacity and energy from the BCP under electric service contracts effective through May 31, 1987. In 1977, the power marketing functions of the Secretary of the Interior were transferred to Western by Section 302 of the Department of Energy Organization Act (42 U.S.C. 7152) (DOE Act). On December 28, 1984, Western published the Conformed General Consolidated Criteria or Regulations for Boulder City Area Projects (1984 Conformed Criteria) (49 FR 50582) to implement applicable provisions of the Hoover Power Plant Act of 1984 (43 U.S.C. 619) for the marketing of BCP power through September 30, 2017. On December 20, 2011, Congress enacted the Hoover Power Allocation Act of 2011 (43 U.S.C. 619a) (HPAA), which provides direction and guidance in marketing BCP power after the existing contracts expire on September 30, 2017. On June 14, 2012, Western published the 2012 Conformed Criteria (77 FR 35671) to implement applicable provisions of the HPAA for the marketing of BCP power from October 1, 2017, through September 30, 2067. The 2012 Conformed Criteria formally established a resource pool defined as ‘‘Schedule D’’ to be allocated to new allottees. In accordance with the HPAA, Western allocated portions of Schedule D power to the Arizona Power Authority (APA) and the Colorado River Commission of Nevada (CRC), as PO 00000 Frm 00038 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 described in the June 14, 2012, Federal Register notice. Of the remaining Schedule D power, Western is to allocate 11,510 kilowatts (kW) of contingent capacity and associated firm energy to new allottees within the State of California, and 69,170 kW of contingent capacity and associated firm energy to new allottees within the Boulder City Area (BCA) marketing area as defined in the 2012 Conformed Criteria. After conducting a public process and in consideration of comments received, Western published final marketing criteria (78 FR 79436) and made a call for applications on December 30, 2013. Applications from those seeking an allocation of Schedule D power from Western were due on March 31, 2014. The BCP Proposed Allocation was determined by applying the final marketing criteria to the applications received during the call for applications. Western seeks comments on the proposed allocations during this comment period. Proposed Power Allocation Western received 107 applications for Schedule D power. The final marketing criteria provide Native American tribes first consideration for an allocation of Schedule D sufficient to provide Federal hydropower up to 25 percent of their peak load when considering the amount of their load already served by existing Federal power resource allocations. Western received 33 applications from Native American tribes and 74 applications from non-tribal entities. The BCP Proposed Allocation was established by applying the final marketing criteria. The 69,170 kW to be marketed in the BCA marketing area was distributed first. Application of the first consideration for Native American tribes resulted in 28,970 kW of contingent capacity to tribes. The remaining 40,200 kW was distributed to eligible applicants pro-rata based on peak load while normalizing the percentage of the applicants’ peak loads served by Federal hydropower. The 11,510 kW to be marketed in the State of California was distributed to eligible California applicants pro-rata based on peak load while normalizing the percentage of the applicants’ peak loads served by Federal hydropower inclusive of distributions of the 69,170 kW. Capacity from the Post-2017 Resource Pool was allocated to eligible applicants under the final marketing criteria. Associated energy was determined by a pro-rata distribution to the allocated capacity consistent with HPAA Schedule D. E:\FR\FM\08AUN1.SGM 08AUN1 46433 Federal Register / Vol. 79, No. 153 / Friday, August 8, 2014 / Notices The BCP Proposed Allocation is as follows: Boulder Canyon project Proposed post-2017 power allocations Contingent capacity (kW) mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Allottee Firm energy (kWh) Summer Winter Total Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians ......................................................... Ann Electric Cooperative, Inc. ......................................................................... Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians ................................................................ Bishop Paiute Tribe ......................................................................................... Cabazon Band of Mission Indians ................................................................... California Department of Water Resources ..................................................... Chemehuevi Indian Tribe ................................................................................ City of Cerritos, California ................................................................................ City of Chandler, AZ Municipal Utilities Department ....................................... City of Corona, California ................................................................................ City of Flagstaff, Arizona ................................................................................. City of Glendale, Arizona ................................................................................. City of Globe, Arizona ..................................................................................... City of Henderson, Nevada ............................................................................. City of Las Vegas, Nevada .............................................................................. City of North Las Vegas, Nevada .................................................................... City of Payson, Arizona ................................................................................... City of Peoria, Arizona ..................................................................................... City of Phoenix, Arizona .................................................................................. City of Rancho Cucamonga, CA Municipal Utility ........................................... City of Scottsdale, Arizona .............................................................................. City of Tempe, AZ Public Works Department ................................................. City of Tucson, Arizona Water Department ..................................................... City of Victorville, California ............................................................................. Clark County School District ............................................................................ Clark County Water Reclamation District ........................................................ College of Southern Nevada ........................................................................... Duncan Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. ........................................................ Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation ........................................................................ Gila River Indian Community ........................................................................... Graham County Electric Cooperative, Inc. ...................................................... Hualapai Indian Tribe ...................................................................................... Imperial Irrigation District ................................................................................. Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians ........................................................................ Las Vegas Paiute Tribe ................................................................................... Las Vegas Valley Water District ...................................................................... Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District ........................................ Mohave Electric Cooperative, Inc. ................................................................... Morongo Band of Mission Indians ................................................................... Navajo Tribal Utility Authority .......................................................................... Navopache Electric Cooperative, Inc. ............................................................. Northern Arizona Irrigation District Power Pool ............................................... Pascua Yaqui Tribe ......................................................................................... Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians ................................................... Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community .................................................. San Diego County Water Authority ................................................................. San Luis Rey River Indian Water Authority ..................................................... San Manuel Band of Mission Indians .............................................................. State of Nevada Department of Corrections ................................................... Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. ........................................... Timbisha Shoshone Tribe ................................................................................ Tohono O’odham Nation ................................................................................. Tonto Apache Tribe ......................................................................................... Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians ......................................................... Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc. ....................................................................... Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians .................................................. University of Nevada, Las Vegas .................................................................... Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians .................................................................. 1,449 1,836 224 380 1,001 3,000 1,386 3,000 830 3,000 214 525 151 865 1,117 253 149 435 3,000 3,000 2,755 257 1,501 2,901 3,000 741 446 135 338 838 556 381 3,000 124 592 3,000 105 2,878 1,098 3,000 610 306 217 2,000 3,000 1,757 3,000 2,554 186 3,000 119 2,709 195 1,657 3,000 1,319 202 1,388 2,212,925 2,803,827 341,787 580,896 1,529,415 4,581,625 2,116,664 4,581,918 1,267,957 4,582,103 326,211 801,670 230,255 1,321,594 1,705,672 386,274 227,025 664,186 4,581,625 4,581,920 4,207,817 391,907 2,292,297 4,431,073 4,581,625 1,132,024 680,761 206,289 516,596 1,279,092 848,804 581,402 4,581,625 189,374 904,123 4,581,625 159,687 4,395,963 1,677,459 4,581,625 931,473 467,490 330,693 3,054,583 4,581,625 2,683,309 4,581,625 3,901,025 283,682 4,581,625 181,190 4,137,589 298,187 2,531,217 4,581,625 2,014,467 308,732 2,120,147 950,554 1,201,670 146,814 249,522 656,955 1,968,021 909,206 1,965,197 544,646 1,963,423 140,123 344,355 98,905 567,686 732,665 165,923 97,518 285,299 1,968,021 1,965,183 1,807,453 168,342 984,648 1,900,234 1,968,021 486,257 292,418 88,611 221,902 549,429 364,601 249,739 1,968,021 81,345 388,363 1,968,021 68,593 1,888,270 720,547 1,968,021 400,111 200,809 142,048 1,312,085 1,968,021 1,150,718 1,968,021 1,675,672 121,855 1,968,021 77,830 1,777,287 128,085 1,087,275 1,968,021 865,307 132,615 910,702 3,163,479 4,005,497 488,601 830,418 2,186.370 6,549,646 3,025.870 6,547,115 1,812,604 6,545,526 466,334 1,146,025 329,160 1,889,280 2,438,337 552,197 324,542 949,485 6,549,646 6,547,103 6,015,270 560,249 3,276,945 6,331,307 6,549,646 1,618,281 973,179 294,900 738,497 1,828,521 1,213,405 831,142 6,549,646 270,719 1,292,485 6,549,646 228,280 6,284,233 2,398,005 6,549,646 1,331,584 668,298 472,741 4,366,668 6,549,646 3,834,026 6,549,646 5,576,697 405,536 6,549,646 259,020 5,914,876 426,273 3,618,493 6,549,646 2,879,774 441,347 3,030,849 Total .......................................................................................................... 80,680 123,217,000 52,909,000 176,126,000 After applying the criteria to eligible applications received, the following VerDate Mar<15>2010 16:51 Aug 07, 2014 Jkt 232001 applicants have not been assigned a PO 00000 Frm 00039 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 proposed allocation due to the following reasons: E:\FR\FM\08AUN1.SGM 08AUN1 46434 Federal Register / Vol. 79, No. 153 / Friday, August 8, 2014 / Notices Amount of Peak Load Already Served by Federal Hydropower Ak-Chin Indian Community; Central Arizona Irrigation & Drainage District; City of Maricopa, Arizona; City of Mesa, Arizona; City of Mesquite, Nevada; City of Needles, California; City of Page, Arizona Water Utility; City of Williams, Arizona; Colorado River Indian Tribes; Fort Mohave Indian Tribe; Hohokam Irrigation & Drainage District; Hyder Valley Irrigation & Water Delivery District; Maricopa-Standfield Irrigation & Drainage District; Moapa Band of Paiutes; Moapa Valley Water District; Mt. Wheeler Power Inc.; New Magma Irrigation & Drainage District; Nye County, Nevada; Paloma Irrigation & Drainage District; San Carlos Apache Tribe; State of Nevada Department of Veterans Sevices; Town of Fredonia, Arizona; Town of Gilbert, Arizona; Virgin Valley Water District; White Mountain Apache Tribe. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Potential Allocation Does Not Meet 100 kW Minimum Arizona Rural Irrigation District Pooling Parties; Avra Water Co-op, Inc.; Board of Regents, Nevada State College; City of Sedona, Arizona; City of Sierra Vista, Arizona; Desert Research Institute; Division of Museums & History, Lost City Museum; Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians; Grover’s Hill Irrigation District; Havasupai Tribe; Henderson District Public Libraries; Mohave Valley Irrigation & Dainage District; State of Nevada Department of Administration; State of Nevada Department of Employment; State of Nevada Department of Health & Human Services; State of Nevada Department of Transportation; State of Nevada Division of State Parks & Division of Forestry; State of Nevada, Office of the Military; Yavapai-Apache Nation. Two applicants did not provide sufficient historical load information to receive further consideration for an allocation and three applicants did not meet the general eligibility VerDate Mar<15>2010 16:51 Aug 07, 2014 Jkt 232001 requirements. The Red Rock Agricultural Improvement and Power District Irrigation Water Delivery District of Pinal County, and the Pauma Band of Mission Indians failed to submit suitable historical load information for consideration in their application. The Silverbell Irrigation and Drainage District is a direct allottee of the APA for BCP power and therefore is not considered a new allottee eligible for Schedule D. The San Carlos Irrigation Project and the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration are Federal agencies and are not considered eligible under Section 5 of the BCPA. Regulatory Procedure Requirements Determination Under Executive Order 12866 Western has an exemption from centralized regulatory review under Executive Order 12866; accordingly, no clearance of this notice by the Office of Management and Budget is required. Environmental Compliance In accordance with the DOE National Environmental Policy Act Implementing Procedures (10 CFR 1021), Western has determined that these actions fit within a class of action B4.1 Contracts, policies, and marketing and allocation plans for electric power, in Appendix B to Subpart D to Part 1021—Categorical Exclusions Applicable to Specific Agency Actions. Dated: July 30, 2014. Mark A. Gabriel, Administrator. [FR Doc. 2014–18797 Filed 8–7–14; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6450–01–P DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Western Area Power Administration Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program— Eastern Division-Rate Order No. WAPA–166 Western Area Power Administration, DOE. ACTION: Notice of proposed power rates. AGENCY: The Western Area Power Administration (Western) Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program—Eastern Division (P–SMBP—ED) Rate Schedules P–SED–F11 and P–SED–FP11 for firm power and firm peaking power service expire December 31, 2014. Western is proposing modifications to the charge components in Rate Schedules P–SED– F11 and P–SED–FP11 in order to true up the base and drought adder charges, which require a minor rate adjustment SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00040 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 process. The revenue requirement and the total rate charges in the firm power and firm peaking power service rate schedules are not changing from Rate Schedules P–SED–F11 and P–SED–FP11 and will continue to provide sufficient revenue to pay all annual costs, including interest expense, and repay investments within the allowable periods. If approved, the proposed Rate Schedules P–SED–F12 and P–SED–FP12 will become effective on January 1, 2015, and will remain in effect through December 31, 2019. Publication of this Federal Register notice begins the formal process for the proposed rate schedules. DATES: The consultation and comment period will begin today and will end September 8, 2014. Western will accept written comments any time during the consultation and comment period. ADDRESSES: Written comments and requests to be informed of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) actions concerning the rates submitted by Western to FERC for approval should be sent to: Mr. Robert J. Harris, Regional Manager, Upper Great Plains Region, Western Area Power Administration, 2900 4th Avenue North, Billings, MT 59101–1266, or email ugpfirmrate@ wapa.gov. Information about the rate process is posted on Western’s Web site at http://www.wapa.gov/ugp/rates/2015 firmrateadjust. Western will post official comments received via letter and email to its Web site after the close of the comment period. Western must receive written comments by the end of the consultation and comment period to ensure they are considered in Western’s decision process. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Linda Cady-Hoffman, Rates Manager, Upper Great Plains Region, Western Area Power Administration, 2900 4th Avenue North, Billings, MT 59101– 1266, telephone: (406) 255–2920, email: cady@wapa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On December 14, 2009, the Deputy Secretary of Energy approved, on an interim basis, Rate Order No. WAPA– 147 and Rate Schedules P–SED–F11 and P–SED–FP11 for the period beginning January 1, 2010, and ending December 31, 2014 (74 FR 67197–67204 (Dec. 18, 2009)).1 The existing P–SMBP—ED charges in the current rate schedules for firm power and firm peaking power continue to provide sufficient revenue 1 FERC confirmed and approved Rate Order WAPA–147 on a final basis on September 10, 2010, in Docket No. EF10–2–000. See United States Department of Energy, Western Area Power Administration (Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program—Eastern Division), 132 FERC ¶ 62,159. E:\FR\FM\08AUN1.SGM 08AUN1

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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Western Area Power Administration


Boulder Canyon Project--Post-2017 Resource Pool

AGENCY: Western Area Power Administration, DOE.

ACTION: Notice of Proposed Allocation.

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SUMMARY: The Western Area Power Administration (Western), a Federal 
power marketing agency of the Department of Energy (DOE), announces the 
Boulder Canyon Project (BCP) Post-2017 Resource Pool Proposed 
Allocation of Power (BCP Proposed Allocation) developed under the 
Conformed Power Marketing Criteria or Regulations for the Boulder 
Canyon Project (2012 Conformed Criteria) published in the Federal 
Register on June 14, 2012, as required by the Hoover Power Allocation 
Act of 2011, and Western's final BCP post-2017 marketing criteria and 
call for applications published in the Federal Register on December 30, 
2013. Applications received by March 31, 2014, were considered for an 
allocation. Western will prepare and publish the Final Allocation of 
Power in the Federal Register after the close of the comment period 
provided for in this Federal Register notice and consideration of all 
submitted public comments.

DATES: Entities interested in commenting on the BCP Proposed Allocation 
may submit written comments using the methods set out in the ADDRESSES 
section. Western will accept written comments received on or before 
September 19, 2014.
    Western will hold three public information forums on the BCP 
Proposed Allocation. The dates for the public information forums are:
    1. August 26, 2014, 1 p.m., PDT, Las Vegas, Nevada.
    2. August 27, 2014, 10 a.m., PDT, Ontario, California.
    3. August 28, 2014, 10 a.m., MST, Tempe, Arizona.
    Following the public information forums, Western will hold three 
public comment forums. The dates for the public comment forums are:
    1. September 16, 2014, 1 p.m., PDT, Las Vegas, Nevada.
    2. September 17, 2014, 10 a.m., PDT, Ontario, California.
    3. September 18, 2014, 10 a.m., MST, Tempe, Arizona.

ADDRESSES: Written comments regarding the BCP Proposed Allocation 
should be sent to: Mr. Ronald E. Moulton, Acting Regional Manager, 
Desert Southwest Customer Service Region, Western Area Power 
Administration, P.O. Box 6457, Phoenix, AZ 85005-6457. Comments may 
also be faxed to (602) 605-2490 or emailed to Post2017BCP@wapa.gov.
    The public information and public comment forums will be held at: 
The New Las Vegas Tropicana, 3801 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, 
Nevada; DoubleTree Ontario Airport, 222 N. Vineyard, Ontario, 
California; DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Phoenix Tempe, 2100 S. Priest 
Drive, Tempe, Arizona.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mr. Mike Simonton, Public Utilities 
Specialist, Desert Southwest Customer Service Region, Western Area 
Power Administration, P.O. Box 6457, Phoenix, AZ 85005-6457, telephone 
number (602) 605-2675, email Post2017BCP@wapa.gov. Comments received in 
response to this Federal Register notice will be posted to Western's 
Web site at http://www.wapa.gov/dsw/pwrmkt.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The BCP was authorized by the Boulder Canyon 
Project Act of 1928 (43 U.S.C. 617) (BCPA). Under Section 5 of the 
BCPA, the Secretary of the Interior marketed the capacity and energy 
from the BCP under electric service contracts effective through May 31, 
1987. In 1977, the power marketing functions of the Secretary of the 
Interior were transferred to Western by Section 302 of the Department 
of Energy Organization Act (42 U.S.C. 7152) (DOE Act). On December 28, 
1984, Western published the Conformed General Consolidated Criteria or 
Regulations for Boulder City Area Projects (1984 Conformed Criteria) 
(49 FR 50582) to implement applicable provisions of the Hoover Power 
Plant Act of 1984 (43 U.S.C. 619) for the marketing of BCP power 
through September 30, 2017.
    On December 20, 2011, Congress enacted the Hoover Power Allocation 
Act of 2011 (43 U.S.C. 619a) (HPAA), which provides direction and 
guidance in marketing BCP power after the existing contracts expire on 
September 30, 2017. On June 14, 2012, Western published the 2012 
Conformed Criteria (77 FR 35671) to implement applicable provisions of 
the HPAA for the marketing of BCP power from October 1, 2017, through 
September 30, 2067. The 2012 Conformed Criteria formally established a 
resource pool defined as ``Schedule D'' to be allocated to new 
allottees. In accordance with the HPAA, Western allocated portions of 
Schedule D power to the Arizona Power Authority (APA) and the Colorado 
River Commission of Nevada (CRC), as described in the June 14, 2012, 
Federal Register notice. Of the remaining Schedule D power, Western is 
to allocate 11,510 kilowatts (kW) of contingent capacity and associated 
firm energy to new allottees within the State of California, and 69,170 
kW of contingent capacity and associated firm energy to new allottees 
within the Boulder City Area (BCA) marketing area as defined in the 
2012 Conformed Criteria.
    After conducting a public process and in consideration of comments 
received, Western published final marketing criteria (78 FR 79436) and 
made a call for applications on December 30, 2013. Applications from 
those seeking an allocation of Schedule D power from Western were due 
on March 31, 2014. The BCP Proposed Allocation was determined by 
applying the final marketing criteria to the applications received 
during the call for applications. Western seeks comments on the 
proposed allocations during this comment period.

Proposed Power Allocation

    Western received 107 applications for Schedule D power. The final 
marketing criteria provide Native American tribes first consideration 
for an allocation of Schedule D sufficient to provide Federal 
hydropower up to 25 percent of their peak load when considering the 
amount of their load already served by existing Federal power resource 
allocations. Western received 33 applications from Native American 
tribes and 74 applications from non-tribal entities.
    The BCP Proposed Allocation was established by applying the final 
marketing criteria. The 69,170 kW to be marketed in the BCA marketing 
area was distributed first. Application of the first consideration for 
Native American tribes resulted in 28,970 kW of contingent capacity to 
tribes. The remaining 40,200 kW was distributed to eligible applicants 
pro-rata based on peak load while normalizing the percentage of the 
applicants' peak loads served by Federal hydropower. The 11,510 kW to 
be marketed in the State of California was distributed to eligible 
California applicants pro-rata based on peak load while normalizing the 
percentage of the applicants' peak loads served by Federal hydropower 
inclusive of distributions of the 69,170 kW.
    Capacity from the Post-2017 Resource Pool was allocated to eligible 
applicants under the final marketing criteria. Associated energy was 
determined by a pro-rata distribution to the allocated capacity 
consistent with HPAA Schedule D.

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    The BCP Proposed Allocation is as follows:

 
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             Boulder Canyon project                            Proposed post-2017 power allocations
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                                                                                 Firm energy (kWh)
                    Allottee                        Contingent   -----------------------------------------------
                                                   capacity (kW)      Summer          Winter           Total
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Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians..........           1,449       2,212,925         950,554       3,163,479
Ann Electric Cooperative, Inc...................           1,836       2,803,827       1,201,670       4,005,497
Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians..............             224         341,787         146,814         488,601
Bishop Paiute Tribe.............................             380         580,896         249,522         830,418
Cabazon Band of Mission Indians.................           1,001       1,529,415         656,955       2,186.370
California Department of Water Resources........           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
Chemehuevi Indian Tribe.........................           1,386       2,116,664         909,206       3,025.870
City of Cerritos, California....................           3,000       4,581,918       1,965,197       6,547,115
City of Chandler, AZ Municipal Utilities                     830       1,267,957         544,646       1,812,604
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City of Corona, California......................           3,000       4,582,103       1,963,423       6,545,526
City of Flagstaff, Arizona......................             214         326,211         140,123         466,334
City of Glendale, Arizona.......................             525         801,670         344,355       1,146,025
City of Globe, Arizona..........................             151         230,255          98,905         329,160
City of Henderson, Nevada.......................             865       1,321,594         567,686       1,889,280
City of Las Vegas, Nevada.......................           1,117       1,705,672         732,665       2,438,337
City of North Las Vegas, Nevada.................             253         386,274         165,923         552,197
City of Payson, Arizona.........................             149         227,025          97,518         324,542
City of Peoria, Arizona.........................             435         664,186         285,299         949,485
City of Phoenix, Arizona........................           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
City of Rancho Cucamonga, CA Municipal Utility..           3,000       4,581,920       1,965,183       6,547,103
City of Scottsdale, Arizona.....................           2,755       4,207,817       1,807,453       6,015,270
City of Tempe, AZ Public Works Department.......             257         391,907         168,342         560,249
City of Tucson, Arizona Water Department........           1,501       2,292,297         984,648       3,276,945
City of Victorville, California.................           2,901       4,431,073       1,900,234       6,331,307
Clark County School District....................           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
Clark County Water Reclamation District.........             741       1,132,024         486,257       1,618,281
College of Southern Nevada......................             446         680,761         292,418         973,179
Duncan Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc.........             135         206,289          88,611         294,900
Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation....................             338         516,596         221,902         738,497
Gila River Indian Community.....................             838       1,279,092         549,429       1,828,521
Graham County Electric Cooperative, Inc.........             556         848,804         364,601       1,213,405
Hualapai Indian Tribe...........................             381         581,402         249,739         831,142
Imperial Irrigation District....................           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians...................             124         189,374          81,345         270,719
Las Vegas Paiute Tribe..........................             592         904,123         388,363       1,292,485
Las Vegas Valley Water District.................           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District             105         159,687          68,593         228,280
Mohave Electric Cooperative, Inc................           2,878       4,395,963       1,888,270       6,284,233
Morongo Band of Mission Indians.................           1,098       1,677,459         720,547       2,398,005
Navajo Tribal Utility Authority.................           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
Navopache Electric Cooperative, Inc.............             610         931,473         400,111       1,331,584
Northern Arizona Irrigation District Power Pool.             306         467,490         200,809         668,298
Pascua Yaqui Tribe..............................             217         330,693         142,048         472,741
Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians........           2,000       3,054,583       1,312,085       4,366,668
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.......           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
San Diego County Water Authority................           1,757       2,683,309       1,150,718       3,834,026
San Luis Rey River Indian Water Authority.......           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians..............           2,554       3,901,025       1,675,672       5,576,697
State of Nevada Department of Corrections.......             186         283,682         121,855         405,536
Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative,               3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
 Inc............................................
Timbisha Shoshone Tribe.........................             119         181,190          77,830         259,020
Tohono O'odham Nation...........................           2,709       4,137,589       1,777,287       5,914,876
Tonto Apache Tribe..............................             195         298,187         128,085         426,273
Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians.........           1,657       2,531,217       1,087,275       3,618,493
Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc.................           3,000       4,581,625       1,968,021       6,549,646
Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians.......           1,319       2,014,467         865,307       2,879,774
University of Nevada, Las Vegas.................             202         308,732         132,615         441,347
Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians.................           1,388       2,120,147         910,702       3,030,849
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    Total.......................................          80,680     123,217,000      52,909,000     176,126,000
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    After applying the criteria to eligible applications received, the 
following applicants have not been assigned a proposed allocation due 
to the following reasons:

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Amount of Peak Load Already Served by Federal Hydropower
Ak-Chin Indian Community;
Central Arizona Irrigation & Drainage District;
City of Maricopa, Arizona;
City of Mesa, Arizona;
City of Mesquite, Nevada;
City of Needles, California;
City of Page, Arizona Water Utility;
City of Williams, Arizona;
Colorado River Indian Tribes;
Fort Mohave Indian Tribe;
Hohokam Irrigation & Drainage District;
Hyder Valley Irrigation & Water Delivery District;
Maricopa-Standfield Irrigation & Drainage District;
Moapa Band of Paiutes;
Moapa Valley Water District;
Mt. Wheeler Power Inc.;
New Magma Irrigation & Drainage District;
Nye County, Nevada;
Paloma Irrigation & Drainage District;
San Carlos Apache Tribe;
State of Nevada Department of Veterans Sevices;
Town of Fredonia, Arizona;
Town of Gilbert, Arizona;
Virgin Valley Water District;
White Mountain Apache Tribe.
Potential Allocation Does Not Meet 100 kW Minimum
Arizona Rural Irrigation District Pooling Parties;
Avra Water Co-op, Inc.;
Board of Regents, Nevada State College;
City of Sedona, Arizona;
City of Sierra Vista, Arizona;
Desert Research Institute;
Division of Museums & History, Lost City Museum;
Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians;
Grover's Hill Irrigation District;
Havasupai Tribe;
Henderson District Public Libraries;
Mohave Valley Irrigation & Dainage District;
State of Nevada Department of Administration;
State of Nevada Department of Employment;
State of Nevada Department of Health & Human Services;
State of Nevada Department of Transportation;
State of Nevada Division of State Parks & Division of Forestry;
State of Nevada, Office of the Military;
Yavapai-Apache Nation.
    Two applicants did not provide sufficient historical load 
information to receive further consideration for an allocation and 
three applicants did not meet the general eligibility requirements. The 
Red Rock Agricultural Improvement and Power District Irrigation Water 
Delivery District of Pinal County, and the Pauma Band of Mission 
Indians failed to submit suitable historical load information for 
consideration in their application. The Silverbell Irrigation and 
Drainage District is a direct allottee of the APA for BCP power and 
therefore is not considered a new allottee eligible for Schedule D. The 
San Carlos Irrigation Project and the Department of Energy National 
Nuclear Security Administration are Federal agencies and are not 
considered eligible under Section 5 of the BCPA.

Regulatory Procedure Requirements

Determination Under Executive Order 12866

    Western has an exemption from centralized regulatory review under 
Executive Order 12866; accordingly, no clearance of this notice by the 
Office of Management and Budget is required.

Environmental Compliance

    In accordance with the DOE National Environmental Policy Act 
Implementing Procedures (10 CFR 1021), Western has determined that 
these actions fit within a class of action B4.1 Contracts, policies, 
and marketing and allocation plans for electric power, in Appendix B to 
Subpart D to Part 1021--Categorical Exclusions Applicable to Specific 
Agency Actions.

    Dated: July 30, 2014.
Mark A. Gabriel,
Administrator.
[FR Doc. 2014-18797 Filed 8-7-14; 8:45 am]
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