Vedanta, the London-headquartered metals and mining major, is looking at the possibility of expanding its alumina refinery production at Lanjigarh in Kalahandi district of Odisha beyond the present cap of four million tonnes per annum (mtpa).
The refinery’s rated capacity is six mtpa and Vedanta expects to get all clearances to operate it at that level by 2020.
“We are hopeful of receiving all approvals for expanding the capacity to six mtpa by then. But, to operate at that capacity, a lot will depend on availability of local bauxite sources. Read More…
Credit By : Business Standard
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