Public information catalog

1. General information about the catalogue

Name:

Agency the Republic of Slovenia for Commodity Reserves

Director:

Anton ZAKRAJŠEK

Business address :

Dunajska cesta 106, 1000 Ljubljana

Telephone number:

+386 1 589 73 00

Registration number:

5022959

ID for VAT Slovenija:

SI34375848

ID for VAT Germany:

DE815141849

ID for VAT Italy:

IT0011659996

ID for VAT Hungary:

HU26901183, (26901183-2-51)

Bank account number:

10100-0039157343
29000-0055148819

Person responsible authorised to approve the catalogue:

The person responsible for the dissemination of public information is the director of the Agency of the Republic of Slovenia for Commodity Reserves.

The catalogue is available on the website:

http://www.zrsbr.si

The date of publishing or the date of the latest modification of the catalogue:

28.11.2011


 

2. Key information about the organisation

Scope of certification:

The performance of the activities required for the establishment and maintenance of commodity stocks and compulsory stocks of crude oil and petroleum products.

The list of organisational units

Legal and general affairs:

Ivan GALE

 

Financial and accounting:

Viljem JAMNIK

 

State commodity stocks:

Lojzka SEVER, M.Sc.

 

Compulsory stocks of petroleum products:

Marko NARALOČNIK, M.Sc.

 

Administrative Board:

Žarko BOGUNOVIĆ, Chairman, Ministry of Economy Development and Technology

dr. Peter VRTAČNIK, Ph.D., member Ministry of Economy Development and Technology

Rok JERAM, member, Ministry of Infrastructure

Mihaela BASTAR, member, Ministry of Infrastructure,

mag. Doroteja NOVAK GOSARIČ, member, Ministry of Helth,

Bronislava ZLATKOVIČ, member, Ministry of Finance,

Srečko ZAJC, member, Ministry of Defence, 

Marjeta BIZJAK, member, Ministry of Agriculture,Forestry and Food,

Alojzij ČERNE, member, Agency the Republic of Slovenia for Commodity Reserves

Contact details of the official person authorised for the dissemination of information

Authorised person:

Anton ZAKRAJŠEK
Dunajska cesta 106
1000 Ljubljana

+386 1 589 73 11

The list of laws, secondary legislation and regulations of the European Communities governing the entity’s working area

 

Legislation
Register of regulations in the Republic of Slovenia

Annual reports:

ZRSBR-2007
ZRSBR-2008
ZRSBR-2009
ZRSBR-2010

ZORD Slovenija-2007
ZORD Slovenija-2008
ZORD Slovenija-2009
ZORD Slovenija-2010

Opening balance sheet as at 1 January 2010

Procedure for access to information of public nature

The procedure is specified in detail in the Act on the Access to Information of Public Character, which is a part of this catalogue. A request for information of public character can be made orally or in writing; when filing such a request via an electronic mail address, the provisions laid down in the act governing operations carried out through electronic devices and electronic (digital) signature shall apply. In the event that the request is rejected, the applicant may appeal and his/her appeal is decided by the commissioner for access to public information, the proceedings are conducted in accordance with the General Administrative Procedure Act and the Act on the Access to Information of Public Character. The ruling handed down by the commissioner for access to public information can be challenged in an administrative dispute.

Legal basis for access to information of public character:

The Act on the Access to Information of Public Character
Decree on communication and re-use of information of public character
The Decree on cost recovery for the delivery of information of public character

Costs of the dissemination of information of public nature

 

The Decree on cost recovery for the delivery of information of public character provides the tariffs and serves to calculate charges for making a transcript, a photocopy or text in electronic format of the requested information. Insight into the requested information is free-of-charge.

The list of information of public nature most often requested (FAQs)

 

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Information for the public about the security measures in place at the storage facility for petroleum products Ortnek

The operator of the storage facility for petroleum products – Ortnek tank farm:
The Agency the Republic of Slovenia for Commodity Reserves, Dunajska cesta 106, 1000 LJUBLJANA

The location of the storage facility/tank farm:
Ortnek 9, 1316 Ortnek

Persons responsible for information on security measures are:
• Alojzij ILC - Storage Facility Manager, GSM: 031 507 953,
• Marjan LAMPRET – Environment Protection Officer, GSM: 031 353 909

The procedure for the issuance of the environmental authorisation for the storage facility petroleum products is in progress.

Ortnek, the storage facility for petroleum products, serves to take petroleum products into storage, to store petroleum products and to release petroleum products (stockdraw). Handling of petroleum products is not performed constantly, but only when proper arrangements are made.

The storage facility contains unleaded motor gasoline and diesel fuel. Unleaded motor gasoline is a highly volatile and poisonous substance dangerous for the environment; diesel fuel is classified as harmful to health and dangerous for the environment.

Based on experience and the analyses performed, it is assessed that there could be the following major accidents in the storage facility: combustion and fire at the railway and railcar transloading docks, explosion of gasoline fumes during maintenance works in the tank and discharging fuel into the stream. The scenario also envisages possible bodily injuries and victims among the employees and damage to the plant and equipment, but it does not pencil in any broader impact on the people living in the vicinity. The biggest impact on the environment would occur in the event that fuel would be discharged into the stream since it could lead to pollution of ground waters and a cut off of a source of drinking water in Suha krajina.

All the scenarios of disasters that could take place in the storage facility have been addressed as plausible in the Security Report for the Ortnek storage facility and in other documents. These documents elaborate on the technical and organisational measures in place serving to eliminate the identified hazards, that is, to mitigate risks and contain them at an acceptable level. Furthermore, different scenarios have been prepared with the action plans triggered in the event that despite being properly prepared for a case of an emergency, there is a major oil supply disruption.

All employees in the storage facility have been properly instructed and trained to act adequately in case of an emergency (catastrophe events), as well as to make good any and all consequences of such events. The operator of the storage facility has also concluded contracts with the fire brigades located in the vicinity should their intervention be needed in case of fire and disasters involving hazardous substances. To this end, common fire and rescue drills are carried out, as well as training and education serving to raise the level of knowledge about hazards and hazard-mitigating measures.

The protection and rescue plan for the Ortnek storage facility for petroleum products (May 2007) has been approved by the Municipality of Ribnica. The plan elaborates on raising alarm, duty to notify/inform, putting out fire, rescue operations and other activities incidental to cases of emergency.

Information is disseminate