NTPC commissions Jharkhand captive coal mine
NTPC started utilization of 15 million tonne Pakri Barwadih coal mine in Jharkhand seeking to ensure fuel security to its power plants
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New Delhi: State-owned power generation company NTPC Ltd. on Thursday started utilization of its 15 million tonne Pakri Barwadih captive coal mine in Jharkhand seeking to ensure fuel security to its power plants.
The first rake of coal from the mine was flagged off by finance minister Arun Jaitley, the company stated.
NTPC’s mining licences account for a total reserve of 7.15 billion tonne and annual production potential of 107 million tones, catering to a requirement of 20 gigawatts (GW), the company stated.
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