NMDC, which is setting up a three million tonne per annum steel plant at Nagarnar in Chhattisgarh, plans to run the plan through imported coal.
In order to ensure raw material security for the proposed plant, the company is in the process of acquiring coking coal assets in Russia and Mozambique, it said in a recent presentation. The company would depend on partially on imported coal to fuel the blast furnace.
The company is in active discussions to acquire the assets. Coking and iron ore are two basic raw materials for steel making.
In another development, the company has taken "all necessary steps" to start production from the Shahpur West coal block in Madhya Pradesh in 2014.
In 2007, the company received the two blocks -- Shahpur East and Shahpur West in Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh -- with reserves of 52.7 million tonne and 63.6 million tonne respectively from the union government.
The detailed project feasibility report for mining in Shahpur West is under preparation and the mine plan has already been approved. NMDC has also applied for nine coal blocks for captive use, reports indicate.
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