Search Results


1 - 10 Results of 110

1.Tata Power to scout for opportunities abroad

Tata Power is tendering quite actively on power projects outside India, where it senses great business opportunities and growth potentials. The company is developing a 114 MW hydro power project

2.India Coal 2011

India Coal Conference 2011 discussed the viable options present before the coal industry. It also focused on domestic production of coal, its price and the need for a boost to correct the situation.

3.Rio Tinto to foray into Indian coal market

Anglo Australian mining firm Rio Tinto plans to make a footprint in the Indian thermal coal market by selling coal to companies in the cement and power sectors. The company is currently in talks with players in the sectors for coal supply.

4.JSPL inks pact with US firm

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL) has tied up with US-based Massey Energy to develop and operate underground coal mines.

5.Bankura DRI signs deal with Australian co

Bankura DRI Mining Manufacturers Company Ltd, a special purpose vehicle formed by six West Bengal-based sponge iron makers, recently signed a 30-year contract with the Australia-based India Resources Ltd for building, developing and operating an underground captive coal mine at the Biharinath Block in Ranigunj coalfield.

6.Bakhshi is the new CMD of Goa Shipyard

Rear Admiral Vineet Bakhshi (Retd) has been appointed as the Chairman and Managing Director of Goa Shipyard Ltd.

7.GVK receives permit for Australian coal mine

GVK and Australian billionaire Gina Rinehart have secured an environmental permit to build their Alpha Coal project in Australia

8.Riversdale, Tata Steel to invest in Mozambique coal project

Tata Steel and Australian company Riversdale Mining are planning an investment of Rs 1,279 crore to undertake the initial phase-one development of the Benga Coal project in Tete province of Mozambique.

9.Rio Tinto sets up unit in Madhya Pradesh

Australian diamond company Rio Tinto has set up a diamond sample processing plant at Bunder in Chhattarpur district at an investment of Rs 33 crore.

10.NMDC consortium to buy Aussie mine

NMDC Ltd, along with Saudi Arabia's ABS Consulting and Australia-based Boulder Steel, plans to buy 70 per cent stake in an Australian mine owned by Atlas Iron, for $ 230 mn.