According to the Infrastructure Ministry, the PPP Model Shortlist is scheduled to be ready in September. The final PPP model would be selected by the end of the year. Once a PPP model is selected, the government will launch a tender process to select a private partner. Construction work is expected to start by 2016.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Slovenia
The government will pay €160,000 for the services, in exchange the OECD will draw a list of possible PPP models that will include financial, technical, social and economic aspects of each model and possible risks associates.
The government of Slovenia has announced plans to potentially develop the Koper - Diva?a rail link through a public private partnership (PPP) project.
Fraport AG and a consortium headed by the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SDH) have reached agreement for the purchase of Ljubljana Airport (LJU) in the capital city of Slovenia, southeastern Europe. Winning against strong international competition in a closed bidding process on July 4, Fraport was selected by the seller side to participate in exclusive negotiations on the sale of Aerodrom Lubljana d.d., the company that operates the airport.
Slovenia's state investment firm SDH said last week it would start exclusive negotiations over Ljubljana airport with Germany's Fraport.
VINCI has offered €96.7 million for a 75.5% stake in Ljubljana Jože Pu?nik Airport, the international airport of the capital of Slovenia.
The Slovenian Government has decided to halt any privatisation process until the appointment of the new government. This will affect the privatization of Slovenia's largest airport Ljubljana Jože Pu?nik.
More than twenty companies have expressed interest to purchase a 75.5% stake in Slovenia's largest airport Ljubljana Jože Pu?nik.
The financial advisor for the sale of Aerodrom Ljubljana, Slovenia's main airport,
Ljubljana Jože Pu?nik Airport is officially on sale with more than 75% of its shares being offered by the government and other minority shareholders.