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McKenzie River hydroelectric project.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Works.

McKenzie River hydroelectric project.

Hearings before a subcommittee, Eighty-fourth Congress, second session, on S. 2877, a bill to revoke the license granted by the Federal Power Commission to the city of Eugene, Oreg., for a hydroelectric project in the Upper McKenzie River area. March 21-22, 1956

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Works.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric utilities -- Oregon -- Eugene,
  • McKenzie River (Or.)

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 122 p.
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16099492M
    LC Control Number56061014

    McKenzie River Ranger District McKenzie Hwy Bridge Reservoir Boat Launch, and Smith Reservoir for five years (through the year ) for work on the Carmen-Smith hydroelectric facilities. In addition, Forest Service Roads , , and will be closed for the duration of the project. The McKenzie River Trail and associated. The US Forest Service is nearing completion of planning and design work for a large-scale restoration project on the lower four miles of the South Fork McKenzie River below Cougar Dam. The lower South Fork has been significantly impacted by the presence of the dam, placement of berms and levees, and the removal of instream wood.

      It is located along approximately five miles of the McKenzie River in the vicinity of Leaburg, and consists of the dam and powerhouse; the reservoir, canal and tailrace; and Leaburg Village, built to house dam workers. The Leaburg Hydroelectric Project was constructed between and and completed as originally envisioned in June Leaburg Canal Trail follows canal bringing water from dam to power plant down river a ways ().jpg 1, × 1,; KB Leaburg Dam (Lane County, Oregon scenic images) (lanDA).jpg × ; 46 KB.

    A. Existing Project The McKenzie Project is an existing unlicensed operating hydroelectric facility, located at river mile on the upper McKenzie River near McKenzie Bridge, Lane County, Oregon. The project has an installed capacity of 76 kilowatts (kW) and operates on approximately 41 cubic feet per second (cfs). EWEB owns and operates three hydroelectric projects on the McKenzie River, a hydroelectric plant on the Clackamas River, a hydro electric project in Northern Idaho, a cogeneration plant at the Weyerhaeuser paper mill in Springfield, and .


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McKenzie River hydroelectric project by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Works. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Carmen Smith Hydroelectric Project. The Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project is located 71 miles east of Eugene on the upper McKenzie River. For more than 50 years, Carmen-Smith, our largest utility-owned generating facility, has reliably served our.

The McKenzie River is a mile ( km) tributary of the Willamette River in western Oregon in the United States. It drains part of the Cascade Range east of Eugene and flows westward into the southernmost end of the Willamette is named for Donald McKenzie, a Scottish Canadian fur trader McKenzie River hydroelectric project.

book explored parts of the Pacific Northwest for the Pacific Fur Company in Mouth: Willamette River. The Mackenzie River (Slavey: Deh-Cho [tèh tʃʰò], literally big river; Inuvialuktun: Kuukpak [kuːkpɑk] literally great river; French: Fleuve (de) Mackenzie) is a river in the Canadian boreal is the longest river system in Canada, and includes the second largest drainage basin of any North American river after the Mississippi.

The Mackenzie River flows through a vast, Cities: Fort Providence, Fort Simpson, Wrigley. Download PDF Leaburg Walterville Hydroelectric Project Mckenzie River Lane County book full free. Leaburg Walterville Hydroelectric Project Mckenzie River Lane County ava.

Leaburg-Walterville Hydroelectric Project Willamette River Basin; McKenzie River, Lane County, Oregon Project Profile. The Leaburg-Walterville Hydroelectric Project was relicensed inand addressed negative effects of the project on upstream and downstream fish passage, stream flow and water quality for ESA-listed fish.

Leaburg-Walterville Hydroelectric Project. Willamette River Basin; McKenzie River, Lane County, Oregon. Project Profile & Licensee. The Leaburg-Walterville Hydroelectric Project was relicensed inand addressed negative effects of the project on upstream and downstream fish passage, stream flow and water quality for ESA-listed fish.

These downward trends are largely a result of a variety of anthropogenic impacts including dam and hydroelectric project construction, rural and urban development pressures, and land-use practices.

Conservation and restoration in the McKenzie River Sub-basin is essential to providing the foundation from which ecological uplift in the entire. The Leaburg-Walterville Hydroelectric Project is comprised of two facilities located at different points on the McKenzie River.

Both plants are run-of-the-river facilities, meaning that the natural flow and elevation drop of the river are used to generate electricity. The Leaburg facility has a capacity of megawatts. The project is located primarily on the mainstem portions and tributaries to the McKenzie River in the Upper McKenzie River watershed.

The hydroelectric project includes Carmen Diversion Dam and reservoir, Smith Dam and reservoir and Trail Bridge Dam and reservoir.

The Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB) has received a new year operating license for its MW Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project, on the McKenzie and Smith rivers in Oregon. EWEB filed an application for a new license in November The Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project, located 71 miles east of Eugene on the upper McKenzie River, is EWEB’s largest utility-owned power source.

Continue reading → Posted in FWEE Member, Hydroelectric Projects, NW Hydro and Tours, Oregon Hydroelectric Projects | Tagged Dam, McKenzie River | Comments Off on Carmen-Smith: McKenzie River, OR. at the Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project, Upper McKenzie River Basin, Oregon EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction The Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project (Project) (FERC No.

) is a megawatt facility owned and operated by the Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB). The Project’s existing. Today the Columbia River system as a whole has more than dams for hydroelectricity and irrigation. The Columbia alone possesses one-third of the United States's hydroelectric potential.

Low-cost Columbia River hydropower is a cornerstone of the Northwest economy. Late yesterday FERC issued a letter rejecting the Preliminary Permit Application for the McKenzie River Hydro Project (FERC P) by Principle Power Hydro (read letter).In the letter FERC stated that the application "patently fails to conform to the Commission's regulations" and went on to cite several deficiencies with the application.

leaburg-walterville hydroelectric project (ferc project number ), lane county, oregon.: epa number: f, pages, decem Get this from a library. Cougar Dam hydroelectric project: hearings before the Subcommittee on Flood Control of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, Eighty-third Congress, second session, on H.R.a bill authorizing the modification of the general plan for the comprehensive development of the Columbia River Basin to provide for additional hydroelectric.

diverting less water for generation so that river flow exceeds canal flow during specified periods. Background EWEB owns and operates the Walterville hydroelectric project, with a nameplate capacity of 8 MW, on the lower McKenzie River under a federal license issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Ap and Walterville Project is allocated oC of the human use allowance for the Lower McKenzie River downstream from the Walterville Project return flow and oC of the human use allowance upstream from the Walterville Project return flow.

Waste Load Allocations (NPDES Point Sources): Waste load allocations are based on allowing no. The Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project, completed 40 years ago and 71 miles east of Eugene in the Willamette National Forest, is an engineering marvel.

The upper McKenzie River project, owned and operated by the Eugene Water & Electric Board, consists of three dams and reservoirs, two large water tunnels and a pair of power plants. On Sept. 29,a crowd of 1, people gathered near the headwaters of the McKenzie River for the dedication of the Eugene Water & Electric Board’s Carmen Smith project.

A band played, box. Black River Sewall's Island Black River 4Brookfield L,S 2 Black River Black River Black River 5Brookfield L,S 6 Black River Kamargo Black River 6Brookfield L,S Black River Defereit Black River 7Brookfield L,S We've heard similar claims for other projects currently under construction in British Columbia and they sure look like dams to us.

The total size of these projects on the McKenzie would be 83 MW which would represent a fairly significant footprint. By way of comparison the hydro project on the White Salmon River is just over 10 MW.Stillwater Sciences.

a. Fluvial geomorphic processes and channel morphology at the Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project area, upper McKenzie River Basin, Oregon. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Eugene Water & Electric Board, Eugene, Oregon.

Stillwater Sciences. b.