India could look elsewhere for its coal requirements if Queensland government delays its decision on a royalty holiday deal with the Indian energy giant Adani Group, Australian Resource Minister Matthew Canavan has warned.
“India has a massive need for energy resources in the next couple of decades. A huge part of that will be increased coal use… We have the ability to produce the most environmentally sustainable energy resources for India,” Canavan said, referring to the controversy involving the Adani Australia’s 16.5 billion dollar Carmichael coal project in Queensland. Read More…
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