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Notice from the Ministry of Economic Development of the Italian Republic pursuant to Article 3(2) of 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

OJ C 13, 17.1.2014, p. 5–6 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

17.1.2014   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 13/5


Notice from the Ministry of Economic Development of the Italian Republic pursuant to Article 3(2) of 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

2014/C 13/06

The Ministry of Economic Development has received an application for a hydrocarbon prospecting licence, referred to as ‘BROLA’ submitted by Enel Longanesi Developments Srl in respect of an area in the Emilia-Romagna region, specifically in the province of Bologna, delimited by meridian and parallel arcs which, in turn, connect the points defined below by their geographical coordinates in grads:

Point

Geographical coordinates

Longitude west measured from the Monte Mario meridian

Latitude N

a

– 0°56′

44°30′

b

– 0°48′

44°30′

c

– 0°48′

44°27′

d

– 0°43′

44°27′

e

– 0°43′

44°24′

f

– 0°57′

44°24′

g

– 0°57′

44°28′

h

– 0°56′

44°28′

The above coordinates have been plotted using the map of Italy produced by the Military Geographical Institute (Istituto Geografico Militare, IGM) on a scale of 1:100 000 — grid square No 88.

On the basis of this description of the boundaries, the surface area is 164,20 km2.

In accordance with the abovementioned Directive, Article 4 of Legislative Decree No 625 of 25 November 1996, the Ministerial Decree of 4 March 2011 and Directorial Decree of 22 March 2011, the Ministry of Economic Development must publish a notice to enable other interested persons to submit applications for hydrocarbon prospecting licences for the same area described above.

The competent authority to grant the relevant licence is Division VI of the Directorate-General for Mineral and Energy Resources of the Department of Energy at the Ministry of Economic Development.

The rules for granting the mineralogical licence are laid down in the following provisions:

Law No 613 of 21 July 1967; Law No 9 of 9 January 1991; Legislative Decree No 625 of 25 November 1996; Ministerial Decree of 4 March 2011 and Directorial Decree of 22 March 2011.

The time-limit for submitting applications is three months after publication of this notice in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Applications received after the expiry of this period will not be considered.

The address to which applications must be submitted is:

Ministry of Economic Development

Department for Energy

Directorate-General for Mineral and Energy Resources

Division VI

Via Molise 2

00187 Roma RM

ITALIA

The application may also be submitted by certified e-mail (CEM) to the following address: ene.rme.div6@pec.sviluppoeconomico.gov.it; the requisite documents should be submitted in electronic format together with the digital signature of a legal representative of the applicant.

In accordance with Point 2 of Annex A to Prime Ministerial Decree of Ministers No 22 of 22 December 2010, the overall duration of the procedure for the granting of prospecting licences must not exceed 180 days.


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