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News Brief | September 2013

Essar Power Bets on Coal to Meet Gas Fall

Essar Power plans to convert two of its gas-based power plants in India into coal-based projects as the cost of keeping these plants idle amidst a crippling gas shortage rises. The gas turbines would be shifted to Nigeria after conversion where they would fuel a 330 MW power plant. India's gas output, primarily from RIL's D6 block in the Krishna-Godavari basin, has been declining since 2010, leaving over 20,000 MW of units underutilised.
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