according to § 41 paragraph. 1 of the Law on Public Procurement
1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE CONTRACTING AUTHORITY
Šumavská 38, 821 08 Bratislava-Ružinov
Contact point (s): Bratislava
Contact Person: PhDr. Róbert Danko
Phone: +421 250641768
Fax: +421 255577105
General address of the contracting authority / entity (URL): http://www.transpetrol.sk
2. Awarding the contract / Subject matter
Title attributed to the contract: property insurance
Publication of a contract notice / notice used as a call for competition
Notice number and date of issue of the Official Journal of the European Union:
Notice number in OJ. in. OJ: 2013 / S 172-298256
Notice number and the number and date of issue of the Journal of Public Procurement:
Notice number in PROs: 15084-MSS NIB No. 173/2013 of 09.05.2013
3. Information obligation
Designation relevant information obligations according to § 41 paragraph. Act 1: Opening Offers parts “Other”
Date of opening of the passage of tenders: 23.10.2013
Date of dispatch of this information: 17.10.2013
Note: The data (when placed where applicable) should be completed in accordance with the publication of a tender / notice used as a call for tender (invitation to tender)
Information regarding the fulfillment of the obligation pursuant to § 41 paragraph. 1 of the Law on Public Procurement (PDF)
Paris 13 July 2010 – Mining of crude oil dropped in comparison with the previous month by 65,000 barrels per day in OPEC in June. It is stated by the International power agency (IPA), published in Paris today.
In June, daily 28.9 million barrels of crude oil were mined in OPEC. At present it is estimated that the requirement of world´s economics in crude oil in OPEC is 28.8 million barrels a day. In 2010 – 2011 may rise to 29.2 barrels a day.
MAE experts anticipate there OPEC won´t increase mining of crude oil till the end of 2011, but will increase the reserve of mining capacities.
Crude oil supplies from non – OPEC countries will rise by 800,000 barrels a day and in the following year by further 400.000 barrels a day and they would reach 52.8 mil. a day. MAE – IPA expects, mining will increase in Brazil, Azerbaijan, Ghana, Columbia and Oman.
Bratislava, 9 June 2009 – Yesterday, on 8 June 2009 Transpetrol, a.s. , Česká rafinérska, a.s. and Paramo, a.s. signed the Contract on crude oil transport for 2009.
This contract, together with the contract with the pipeline operator Mero, a.s., on hand – on and hand – off of the crude oil forms the base of stable crude oil transport to the Czech Republic through the territory of Slovakia for 2009. Crude oil transport in the months from January to May 2009 was carried out according to the time schedule and has been included in the contract for 2009.
Transpetrol began to accept the crude oil to the pumping station in Budkovce in the late evening (10.43 pm) on 10 January 2007.
Ing. Štefan Czucz, the Chairman of the Board and the Chief Executive Officer of TRANSPETROL, a.s. provided this information.
Yesterday, on 8 January 2007 at 7.54 pm, oil supplies by the Druzhba crude oil pipeline were cut.
Transpetrol, as the Druzhba oil pipeline operator, monitors the situation and we will inform about further processes related to the crude oil supplies tomorrow in the morning.
The information was provided by Ing. Štefan Czucz, the Chairman of the Board and the Chief Executive Officer of TRANSPETROL, a.s.