State-owned Neyveli Lignite Corporation has invited global and domestic firms to develop and operate its two coalmines with a production capacity of 20 MTPA in Odisha.
The development assumes significance as some of the power plants in the country are facing fuel shortages.
NLC “invites online e-bids…for mine development and operation (MDO) for Talabira-II & III coal block (for the life of mine with a normative production of 20 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) and total reserve of the mine is 553.98 million tonnes) in Jharsuguda & Sambalpur Districts of Odisha,” Neyveli Lignite said on its website. Read More…
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