28.12.2012   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 400/12


Polish Government notice concerning Directive 94/22/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the conditions for granting and using authorisations for the prospection, exploration and production of hydrocarbons in the Ostrów Lubelski area

2012/C 400/10

The tender procedure concerns the granting of concessions for the prospection and identification of oil and/or natural gas deposits in the Ostrów Lubelski area:

No

Name

Block No

1992 layout

X

Y

1

Ostrów Lubelski

278

422 876,59

761 234,91

423 370,18

770 611,14

410 714,38

777 425,73

410 064,68

765 287,07

Applications must cover the same area.

Concession applications must be submitted to the central office of the Ministry of the Environment no later than 12 noon CET/CEST on the last day of the 180-day period commencing on the day following the date of publication of this notice in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Applications received will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:

(a)

the technology proposed for the work (60 %);

(b)

the technical and financial capacities of the applicant (30 %);

(c)

the fee proposed for the establishment of mining usufruct rights (10 %).

The minimum fee for the establishment of mining usufruct rights for the Ostrów Lubelski area is PLN 14 817,63 per annum.

The applications will be opened in public at the central office of the Ministry of the Environment at 12 noon CET/CEST on the 14th working day following the expiry of the deadline for submitting applications. The application evaluation procedure will be completed within a period of six months after the deadline for submitting applications expires. Applicants will receive written notification of the outcome of the procedure.

Applications must be drawn up in Polish.

The licensing authority will grant concessions for the prospection and identification of oil and/or natural gas deposits to the winner of the tender evaluation procedure after taking account of the opinion of the relevant authorities, and will conclude a mining usufruct contract with it.

The business in question must hold both mining usufruct rights and a concession in order to prospect for hydrocarbon deposits in Poland.

Applications should be addressed to:

Ministry of the Environment

Geology and Geological Concessions Department

ul. Wawelska 52/54, pokój 146

00-922 Warszawa

POLSKA/POLAND

Information may be obtained from:

the website of the Ministry of the Environment:

http://www.mos.gov.pl

Barbara Gąsecka

Senior Specialist

Ministry of the Environment

ul. Wawelska 52/54

00-922 Warszawa

POLSKA/POLAND

Tel. +48 225792444

Fax +48 225792460

E-mail: barbara.gasecka@mos.gov.pl