Seattle City Light 2016 ANNUAL REPORT | Audited Financial Statements 83 THE CITY OF SEATTLE—CITY LIGHT DEPARTMENT OTHER INFORMATION (UNAUDITED) - 83 - HISTORICAL ENERGY RESOURCES (in MWh) 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 Department-Owned Generation Boundary Project 3,888,316 3,469,855 4,249,957 3,465,890 3,802,251 Skagit Hydroelectric Project: Gorge 1,036,540 953,628 1,057,865 955,265 1,081,349 Diablo 870,216 775,025 857,757 828,200 937,646 Ross 791,415 684,687 796,513 726,560 939,943 Cedar Falls/Newhalem 68,429 47,571 65,687 77,397 122,615 South Fork Tolt 52,348 49,118 63,589 55,596 63,284 Subtotal 6,707,264 5,979,884 7,091,368 6,108,908 6,947,088 Energy Purchases Bonneville 5,138,417 4,971,459 5,155,271 5,079,991 5,633,906 Priest Rapids 25,249 23,698 21,961 33,205 36,381 CBH (formerly GCPHA)(a) 253,628 258,678 272,842 254,568 255,569 High Ross 308,478 310,102 307,873 312,350 308,365 Lucky Peak 340,474 278,001 308,334 215,587 401,400 Stateline Wind Project 373,389 299,551 357,325 363,099 365,192 Columbia Ridge 99,487 94,271 68,920 51,577 49,779 Seasonal and Other Exchange(b) 676,186 664,887 411,555 69,940 100,782 Wholesale Market Purchases(c) 936,289 1,379,168 900,527 2,072,066 2,592,354 Subtotal 8,151,597 8,279,815 7,804,608 8,452,383 9,743,728 Total Department Resources 14,858,861 14,259,699 14,895,976 14,561,291 16,690,816 Minus Offsetting Energy Sales Firm Energy Sales and Marketing Losses(d) 344,383 331,897 393,844 421,375 491,724 Seasonal and Other Exchange(b) 773,443 692,073 507,117 236,864 491,980 Wholesale Market Sales(e) 4,044,452 3,548,507 4,083,391 3,854,352 5,625,088 Total Energy Resources 9,696,583 9,687,222 9,911,624 10,048,700 10,082,024 (a) Columbia Basin Hydropower (formerly Grand Coulee Project Hydroelectric Authority.) (b) Includes exchange contracts with the Northern California Power Authority (NCPA), Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), Grant County and the Lucky Peak Project. (c) Purchases to compensate for low water conditions and to balance loads and resources. (d) Energy provided to Public Utility District of Pend Oreille County under the Boundary Project's FERC license and include incremental losses due to expanded activity in the wholesale market. (e) Runoff was 121% of historical average in 2012.