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The Netherlands

Information about both free mineral and public tenders:

  • TNO Bouw en Ondergrond/Geological Survey of The Netherlands/ DINO Department

Princetonlaan 6

3584 CB Utrecht

The Netherlands

Contact person: Robert Jan Van Leeuwen

Phone: +31 6 20701851

Fax: +31 30 2564484

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Tasks of the institution:

Responsible for the collection, storage and dissemination of data regarding exploration and production of geo-energy, subsurface storage and mineral resources.

 

Websites:

http://

http://www.nlog.nl/en/home/NLOGPortal.html (English version)

 

 

Slovenia

Information about public tenders.

Slovenia does not have any public tenders on mineral resources.

 

 

Portugal

Information about public tenders.

  • Direcção Geral de energia e Geologia

Av. 5 de Outubro, nº 87
1069-039 Lisboa
Phone: (351) 217 922 700/217 922 800
Fax: (351) 217 939 540
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Website:

http://www.dgeg.pt

 

 

Romania

Agentia Nationala pentru Resurse Minerale (National Agency for Mineral Resources – NAMR).

36 - 38, Mendeleev Street,
010366, Bucharest, Romania
Phone: (+40)-21-3132204
Fax: (+40)-21-3170780

 

The Agency is generating reports of Active Licenses for exploration and/or exploitation.

 

Public tenders for mineral resources and energy resources are listed on NAMR main menu.

All public tenders are published in Monitorul National: http://www.monitoruloficial.ro

 

 

Estonia

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Poland

In Poland does not exist this form of licensing.

 

Belgium

  • Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences-Geological Survey of Belgium

Jennerstraat 13,

1000, Brussels, Belgium

Contact person (1): Michiel Dusar

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Contact person (2): Xavier Devleeschouwer

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Tasks of the institution:

Data collecting, storing and providing.

 

Website:

http://www.naturalsciences.be/geology

 

Mineral resources Flanders

  • Afdeling Land en Bodembescherming, Ondergrond en Natuurlijke Rijkdommen

Koning Albert II-laan 20 bus 20
1000 Brussel
Tel.: 32 2 553 46 41
Fax: 32 2 553 27 60
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Mineral resources Wallonia

  • Direction Générale Opérationnelle d’Agriculture, Ressources naturelles et Environnement (DGO 3)

 

Avenue Prince de Liège 15

5100 Namur

Tel: 32 81 33 51 16

Fax: 32 81 33 51 22

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Mineral resources Offshore sand

  • FOD Economie, K.M.O., Middenstand en Energie (Dienst Continentaal Plat)

 

Koning Albert II-laan 16 
1000 Brussel

Secretariaat

Hilde Verbeerst

Tel.: 32 2 277 72 77 
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Fax: 32 2 277 54 42

 

Bulgary

  • Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism (MEET)

8 Slavjanska Str.

1000, Sofia, Bulgaria

Contact person: Miloslav Katsarov

Phone: +359 2 9263158

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Tasks of the institution:

Submit to the National Geological Fund the collected geological information and documentation from the holders of permits and from the concessionaires.

 

Website:

http://www.mi.government.bg

 

  • Ministry of Environment and Water (MOEW)

22 Maria Louisa Blvd.

1000, Sofia, Bulgaria

Contact person: Elka Mladenova

Phone: +359 2 9406510

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Tasks of the institution:

Manage the National Geofund - structure responsible for collecting,storing and providing all geological information in Bulgaria; Establish and develop specialized information system for the exploration of mineral resources; Organise creation and the maintenance of specialised maps, registers and information system about:

a) the permits for prospecting and/or exploring;

b) the discoveries and the deposits of underground resources;

c) the permits for management of mining waste facilities.

d) national balance of the reserves and resources of all types of underground natural resources;

 

Website:

http://www.moew.government.bg

 

  • Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works

“Kiril and Metodiy” str., № 17 – 19

1202, Sofia, Bulgaria

Contact person: Elizabeta Nakova

Phone: +359 2 9405348

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Tasks of the institution:

Submit to the National Geological Fund the collected geological information and documentation from the holders of permits and from the concessionaires.

 

Website:

http://

 

Hungary

  • Magyar Földtani és Geofizikai Intézet (MFGI) Geological and Geophysical Institute of Hungary

Stefania str. 14

H-1143, Budapest, Hungary

 

Contact person 1: Gábor Turczi

 Phone: +36 1 220 6194

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Contact person 2: László Orosz

 Phone: +36 1 220 6194

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Tasks of the institution:

Geological and Geophysical Institute of Hungary (MFGI) provides impartial, authentic geological advice for legislation, state administration and municipal authorities. Its main tasks are as follows: geological mapping of the country furnishing basic data for practical research, planning and decision making, execution of hydrogeological, environmental geological, agrogeological, geochemical, hydrogeochemical, engineering geological and other applied research and developments, compilation of derived maps and geological models, evaluation of mineral resources and revelation of their new potential occurrences, execution of environmental impact studies, maintenance and development of geological databases and providing information to the state economy and the public.

 

Website:

http://www.mfgi.hu

 

  • Hungarian Office for Mining and Geology

Columbus u 17-23

H-1145, Budapest, Hungary

 

Contact person: Gabor Kovacs

Phone: +36-1-3731849

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Tasks of the institution:

Regulation, inventory, supervision, royalty administration.

 

Website:

http://www.mbfh.hu

 

Denmark

Public tenders are announced on www.udbud.dk (only available in Danish).