Western Coalfields Limited (WCL), which at present operates in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, has also been allotted four blocks in Odisha. The move is expected to bring the company out of the red.
Western Coalfields Limited (WCL), which at present operates in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, has also been allotted four blocks in Odisha.
Railway Budget 2018: Odisha government today placed a demand of Rs 6,500 crore before the Centre for railway infrastructure development in the Railway Budget 2018. The demand includes detailed proposals for ongoing projects, sanctioning of new lines, station modernisation, introduction of new trains, extension of existing trains, improved passenger amenities at stations, on board services, […]
India’s first plant to convert coal to synthetic gas is to be set up in Odisha under the supervision of state-run gas transmission utility GAIL, the Petroleum Minister said on Thursday.
Indian Railways has just completed laying a much-awaited Rs 1,005 crore, 51 km track in Odisha that connects a large coal reserve in the state’s Ib valley with the rest of the country.
Odisha, India’s top iron ore mining state, is likely to produce 100 million tonnes of ore in the 2017/18 fiscal year, in line with its target, despite authorities ordering the closure of some mines, a senior government official told Reuters on Tuesday.
JSW Techno Projects Management, a promoter-owned company of the JSW Group, will acquire a 49% stake in Odisha-based iron ore pellet manufacturer Brahmani River Pellets (BRPL), a move that coincides with its efforts to expand its footprint to the eastern part of India by acquiring stressed steel-making assets.
Six wagons of a goods train derailed between Dumuriput and Damanjodi railway stations in Odishas Koraput district, disrupting movement of trains on the route today, an East Coast Railway official said.
Voicing displeasure over the lopsided provisions in the recently announced Saubhagyra scheme by the Centre, the state government has called for restructuring the programme.
Indian Oil Corp (IOC), the nation’s biggest oil company, is evaluating setting up a Rs 20,000-crore coke gasification project at its Paradip refinery in Odisha to convert the lowest-cost fossil fuel into gas that can be used to generate power or make petrochemicals.