Croatia invites bids for operation of four geothermal water deposits

Geothermal power plant. Author: gamene. License: Creative Commons, Attribution 2.0 Generic

ZAGREB (Croatia), July 12 (SeeNews) - Croatia's Hydrocarbon Agency (CHA) has said it called a tender for the operation of four geothermal water deposits for energy purposes, the country's environment ministry said.

The agency aims to select the best bidder for the exploration of geothermal waters in the "Slatina 1", "Slatina 2", "Slatina 3" and "Slatina 4" areas, the ministry said in a statement last week.

The object of the tender includes the entire procedure for issuing a licence for the exploration of geothermal waters and the permit for obtaining geothermal waters, the ministry said.

The four deposits are located in the municipalities of Sopje, Cadjavica, Crnac and Nova Bukovica in Virovitica-Podravina County, north Croatia, the ministry added.

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