The marina of Pylos is located on the North-eastern part of the coastal zone of the City of Pylos. According to the new Development Plan, currently being reviewed by the authorities, the marina will have 129 berths for yachts with length from 8m to 30m. The land area of the marina has a surface of 31.195m2. According to the new Development Plan, the build-surface ratio will be 20% and the
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The marina of Thessaloniki (or marina of Aretsou) is located on the southern side of the coastal zone of the municipality of Kalamaria, in an area called “Mikro Emvolo”, only 7km away from the center of Thessaloniki. The marina offers today 242 berths for yachts up to 30 meters of length. The land area of the marina is 77.825m2. The tender procedure for the selection of the preferred investor
The bidding process for the non-exclusive right to conduct horse races and for the exclusive right to conduct mutual horserace betting in Greece for 20 years has been concluded. OPAP Investments Ltd, a 100% subsidiary of OPAP SA was proclaimed the preferred successful bidder in September 2014, after submitting the highest bid of € 40,501,000 in the relevant process conducted by HRADF.
On 5/3/2014 HRADF issued an international tender process for the sale of 67% of the shares of OLP, the company which has the right to operate the Port of Piraeus until 2052. Following the successful completion of the tender process, on 8/4/2016 a Share Purchase Agreement was signed with Cosco (Hong Kong) Group Limited for the transfer of 67% of the shares in two stages. In the first stage, on 10/8/
ROSCO S.A. ("EESSTY S.A."), is a newly established (2013) company. Today, the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund owns 100% of the share capital of ROSCO. ROSCO provides rolling stock maintenance and availability services to train operating companies. Financial Advisors Investment Bank of Greece SA. Kantor Consultants Legal Advisors Μ&P Bernitsas Law Office Hogan Lovells LLP Technical Adv
The project is related to the conversion of the depleted offshore natural gas field of South Kavala to the country’s first Underground Gas Storage (UGS) facility. Preliminary planning refers to a capacity of approximately 950 mcm, ~350 mcm of which are recoverable at an injection rate of 5 mcm/d and an extraction rate of 4 mcm/d. At present, the South Kavala gas field in the Thracian Sea is in use by Energean O