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Govt rejects Balco´s plea for Chhatisgarh mine
September 2015
Government has rejected the request of Vedanta Group firm Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd (Balco) to accept its bid for the Gare Palma IV/1 coal mine in Chhatisgarh stating that it has no merit in it.
JPL´s 2,400 MW Tamnar Project conferred with Indian power sector´s most coveted recognition'
July 2015
Project implementation of the recently completed 2,400 MW Jindal Power Limited (JPL), a subsidiary of Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL), has emerged the best performer in a study of India´s power sector jointly conducted by the Ministry of Power and Central Electricity Authority (CEA).
Director General of Mines Safety (DGMS) confers Six Awards to Jindal Open Cast Coal Mines
April 2015
Director General of Mines Safety (DGMS) conferred six awards to Jindal Open Cast Coal Mines (JOCCM) for its exemplary operational excellence in the ‘Annual Mines Safety Fortnight Competitions’ organized by South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL).
Coal auction: Decision on mines under lens after Inter-Ministerial Committee report
April 2015
Government will decide the fate of three coal blocks won by JSPL, Balco and BS Ispat, which came under the scanner for receiving low value bids, after an Inter-Ministerial Committee report.
JSPL, Prakash Industries deposit extra levy for cancelled blocks
February 2015
Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) and Prakash Industries Ltd have deposited the additional levy of Rs 295 a tonne, as directed by the Supreme Court
Will the black magic work again
January 2015
Sample this. Coal India, the much-reviled public sector coal behemoth, produced 462 mt of coal last year, with all the much-publicised legacy problems that it faces. The top seven global (private sector) mining giants together produced around 700 mt of coal last year (see Coal output by global players). And all of India´s private players produced a mere 50 mt of coal in 2014.
Government sets 68 MT output target for captive coal mines
August 2014
The Government has fixed a production target of about 68 million tonnes for captive coal mines allocated to various companies, including SAIL, JSPL and Sasan Power
JSPL starts coal gasification plant at Angul
July 2014
Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL) Phase-I capacity of the Angul steel making unit has touched 2.5 million tonnes and it aims to achieve its envisaged capacity of six million tonnes at its by the end of 2015. The coal gasification plant at Angul in Odisha has already started.
IMG for scrapping 30 captive coal blocks
March 2014
An inter-ministerial group (IMG) tasked with suggesting punitive measures for holders idling their captive coal blocks is learnt to have recommended cancellation of 30 mines, making it the single biggest de-allocation so far. Apart from several major firms like JSPL, Essar Power, the Tata Group and Reliance are now understood to be included in the list.
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