EPBIH Concern

EPBIH Concern, as a form of co-operation of companies, was established in November 2009, through signing of an agreement on conduct of business between Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo and its subsidiaries - 7 coal mines, along with the former non-electric utility companies of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo.

 

The legal basis for the signing of these contracts were contracts on the transfer of shares between the Federation of BiH Government and JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, signed in July 2009, which were based on the Decision on the transfer of FBiH shares in the coal mines to Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo and the Decision on takeover of FBiH share in companies – coalmines in FBiH.

With the signing of contracts on the transfer of shares, JP Elektroprivreda BiH acquired proprietary rights over the shares in coal mines:

In the EPBIH Concern the mines kept their previous form (Ltd.), as did other independent legal entities. JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. – Sarajevo exercises its property and other management rights in the mines based on its ownership. JP Elektrorpivreda BH d.d. -Sarajevo has acquired the status of a Parent Company in EPBiH Concern.

Management bodies in mines:

  • Company Assembly,
  • Supervisory Board 
  • Management

JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, as the sole shareholder in mines, exercises management rights in the mines through a proxy at the assemblies of the mines. Relationship between JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, as the parent company and the mines – as subsidiaries, is regulated by the statute of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, the statutes of the mines and the Contract on Unified Conduct of Business.

Since the establishment of the Concern, JP Elektroprivreda BiH has been implementing a continuous process of recapitalization of the mines, providing concrete financial assistance for modernization and improvement of working conditions and standard of miners. JP Elektroprivreda BiH planned to allocate 214,000,000.00 KM of own funds to recapitalize the mines.

Non-electric utility companies related to JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo as subsidiaries are:

  • ELDIS tehnika d.o.o. (100% owned by JP EPBIH) with which Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo signed the Business Conduct Contract
  • Hotel ELBIH d.d. Makarska (owned by JP EPBIH with 85.80% share)
  • Transportation Equipment Factory energetic d.o.o  Tuzla ( owned by JP EPBiH  with a share of 80% )
  • Iskraemeco Sarajevo d.o.o. (owned by JP EPBIH with 57.51% share)
  • ETI Sarajevo d.o.o. (owned by JP EPBIH with 49% share)

25th of September is celebrated as the day of the EPBiH Concern.


Mines “Kreka” in Tuzla

Subsidiary company Mines “Kreka” d.o.o. – Tuzla

First ton of coal was excavated on September 22nd 1884 for the purposes of salt factory in Simin Han. The subsidiary company - mines “Kreka” in Tuzla includes three mines, "Mramor" - underground mining, "Šikulje" – surface exploitation and "Dubrave" - surface exploitation.

Realised production  in 2017 - 2.215.748 tons of coal

Total number of employees  - 2.462. 

Supervisory Board of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company – mines “Kreka” d.o.o. Tuzla:

  1. Bajro Baćić, Graduate Lawyer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board
  2. Edin Halilović, Graduate Mining Engineer, Member of the Supervisory Board
  3. Muhamed Ćasurović,Graduate Mining Engineer, Member of the Supervisory Board

Management of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company – mines “Kreka” d.o.o. Tuzla:

  1. Dr.Sc. Osman Bleković, Graduate Mining Engineer, Director of the Company
  2. Enver Suljendić, Graduate Mining Engineer, Executive Director for Production and Maintenance
  3. Sead Hodžić, Graduate Mining Engineer, Executive Director for technical Affairs, Investment and Development
  4. Dževad Ćisićkić, Graduate Economist, Executive Director of Economic Affairs
  5. Eldar Husejinović, Graduate Lawyer, Executive Director for Legal Affairs, General Affairs and Personnel

More information at - www.kreka.ba

Back to Top

Brown coal mine “Kakanj” d.o.o.- Kakanj

 

Subsidiary company - coal mine “Kakanj” d.o.o.  - Kakanj

Mine has officially existed since 1902.

Production facilities of the mine are: facility “Haljinići” - underground mining and facility “Vrtlište” - surface exploitation.

Realised production  in  2017 - 1.301.193 tons of coal.

Total number of employees  - 1.694.

Supervisory Board of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company – mine “Kakanj” d.o.o. Kakanj:

  1. Mahir Škorić, Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board
  2. Emir Zaimović,Graduate Lawyer, Member of the Supervisory Board:
  3. Boris Kocev, Graduate Economist, Member of the Supervisory Board

Management of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company – mine “Kakanj” d.o.o. Kakanj:

  1. Mr.Sc. Sead Imamović,  Graduate Geology, Acting Director of the Company
  2. Mr.Sc. Muhamed Plasto, Graduate Mining Engineer,  Executive Director for Generation and Maintenance
  3. Elvedin Čobo, Graduate Mining Engineer,  Executive Director for Development and Investment
  4. Ibrahim Fazlić, Graduate Economist,  Executive Director for Economic Affairs 
  5. Muhamed Lopo, Graduate Law, Executive  Director for Legal and Personnel Affairs 

More information at - www.rmukakanj.ba

Back to Top

Brown coal mine “Zenica” d.o.o. Zenica

 

Subsidiary company brown coal mine “Zenica” d.o.o. – Zenica

Facilities within the RMU Zenica are: “Stara jama”, “Raspotočje”, “Stranjani” and Separacija – facility for coal processing

Mine “Zenica” has the greatest potential and amount of reserves of coal in the area of the Sarajevo-Zenica coal basin. Established amount of coal reserves amounts to about 177 million tons.

Realised production in 2017 – 415.989,19  tons
Planned production in 2018  – 570.000 tons ; 

in  2019 – 723,000 tons 

Total number of employees  - 1474.

Supervisory Board of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company mines "Zenica" d.o.o. - Zenica:

  1. Remzija Gušić,Graduate Electrical Engineer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board
  2. Fikret Talić, Graduate Economist, Member of the Supervisory Board
  3. Edin Lapandić, Ph.D. degree of technical sciences in mining, acting Member of the Supervisory Board

 

Management of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company – mines “Zenica” d.o.o. - Zenica:

  1. Nisvet Vrškić, Graduated Ecomist, Acting  director of the Company
  2. Munir Halilović, Graduated mining Engineer, Acting Executive director for technical affairs
  3. Dragan Peranović,Graduated Economists, Acting Executive  director for economic–legal affairs 

Contact: 032 242 861/032 401 000

Back to Top

Brown coal mine “Breza” d.o.o. Breza

 

Subsidiary company – brown coal mine “Breza” d.o.o. Breza

Coal mine “Breza” was founded in 1907.
Coal mining in the mine is done in pits in facilities: pit “Sretno” and pit “Kamenice”

Realised production in 2017 - 676.545 tons of coal.
Total number employees - 1.220.

Supervisory Board of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company brown coal mine “Breza” d.o.o. - Breza:

  1. Muamer Salkić, Graduate Electrical Engineer, President of  Supervisory Board 
  2. Amer Hodović, Graduate Architecture Engineer, Member of Supervisory Board   
  3. Edžnan Avdukić, Graduate Engineer for transport & communication, Member of Supervisory Board 

Management of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company brown coal mine “Breza” d.o.o. Breza

  1. Ćamil Zaimović, Graduate Mining Engineer, acting Director of Company
  2. Amir Kulaglić, Graduate Mining Engineer, acting Executive Director for technical affairs
  3. Aiša Salkić, Graduate Economist, acting Executive Director for economic and legal affairs

More information at - www.rmubreza.ba

Back to Top

Brown coal mine “Đurđevik” in Đurđevik, d.o.o.

 

Subsidiary company – brown Coal mine “Đurđevik” d.o.o. – Đurđevik

RMU “Đurđevik” began with operation in 1936 when the first pit “Suhodanj” was opened. 

Organizational parts of RMU “Đurđevik” are: open pit facility “Višća”, pit facility “Đurđevik”, “Separacija” and facility “Socijalni standard i rekultivacija”. Coal is produced at sites “Đurđevik” and “Višća”.

Realised production in 2017 -  495.938 tons of coal.

Total number  employees  - 834.

Supervisory Board of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company brown coal mine “Đurđevik” d.o.o.  - Đurđevik:

  1. Halid Čičkušić, Graduate Mining Engineer, President of  Supervisory Board
  2. Enes Sahačić, Graduate Architecture Engineer, Member of Supervisory Board
  3. Enes Zenunović, Graduate Economist, Member of Supervisory Board

Management of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company brown coal mine “Đurđevik” d.o.o. - Đurđevik:

  1. Samir Hadžić, Graduate Geodesy Engineer, Director of Company
  2. Hidajet Jusufović, Graduate Mining Engineer, Executive Director for technical affairs
  3. Salkan Butković, Manager of Public Administration, Executive Director for economic and legal affairs
  4. Mirsad Taletović, Graduate Mining Engineer, Executive Director for Development and Investment

More information at - www.rudnikdjurdjevik.ba

Back to Top

Brown coal mine “Abid Lolić” d.o.o. Travnik - Bila

 

Subsidiary company – brown Coal mine “Abid Lolić” d.o.o. Travnik - Bila

RMU “Abid Lolić” d.o.o. Travnik - began with operation in 1948 on the site of Central Bosnia, in the municipality of Travnik in Han-Bila. After its creation and until 1997 it operated as part of the Central Bosnia mines, RMU “Zenica”, where it operated as an independent company between 1997 and 2009. Since 2009 it has operated as a subsidiary within the EPBiH Concern.

The mine operates exclusively as pit excavation of brown coal.

Realised production in 2017 - 138.923 tons  of coal.
Total number of employees - 412.

Supervisory Board of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company brown coal mine “Abid Lolić” d.o.o. Travnik – Bila:

  1. Selvedin Subašić, Graduate Electrical  Engineer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board
  2. Sead Čolo,Graduate  Economist, Member of the Supervisory Board
  3. Mr.Sc.Bakir Mujić, Graduate  Economist, Member of the Supervisory Board

Management of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company brown coal mine “Abid Lolić” d.o.o. Travnik - Bila:

  1. Abdulah Garača, Graduate Mechanical Engineer,  Director of the Company
  2. Damir Nuhanović, Graduate Mining Engineer, Executive Director for Technical Affairs
  3. Mr.Sc. Nail Čaušević,Graduate  Economist,  Executive Director for Economic Affairs

Contact: 030 562 400/030 562 403

Back to Top

Coal Mine “Gračanica” d.o.o. Gornji Vakuf - Uskoplje

 

Subsidiary company coal mine “Gračanica” d.o.o. Gornji Vakuf – Uskoplje

Coal exploitation in mine “Gračanica” dates from 1938.
The most intensive development of the mine was in the period between 1981 and 1991.

Realised production in 2017 - 331.923 tons  of coal.

Total number of employees  - 189.

Supervisory Board of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company coal mine “Gračanica” d.o.o. – Gornji Vakuf - Uskoplje:

  1. Husein Čepalo, Professor of History and Latin, Chairman of the Supervisory Board
  2. Safer Mušanović , Dr. Technical Sciences, Member of the Supervisory Board
  3. Suad Muminivić, Graduate Lawyer , Member of the Supervisory Board

Management of JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. - Sarajevo, subsidiary company coal mine “Gračanica” d.o.o. Gračanica:

  1. Salih Muftić, Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Director of the Company 
  2. Redžo Kadunić, Graduate Mining Engineer, Executive Director for Engineering
  3. Salih Karalić, Graduate Economist, Executive Director for Economic - Legal Affairs

Contact: 030 252 495

Back to Top