India’s largest power generator NTPC Ltd has invited bids from consultancy services preparing a feasibility report north-west quarry of Pakri Barwadih coal mine in Jharkhand.
The coal mine, located in the north Karanpura coalfields, was allotted to NTPC in 2004. The last date of submission of bids for the tender is April 4, NTPC said in its tender notice.
In 2015, a revised mining plan was approved by the ministry with a targeted production of 18 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) from the opencast operation by 12th year. This includes 15 MTPA from west and east quarry and 3 MTPA from north-west quarry. Read More…
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