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1.Essar to buy Trinity Coal

Essar Group is planning to acquire US-based Trinity Coal, in a deal worth Rs 2,500-2,735 crore.


2.Essar´s investment boost for Vadinar refinery

Essar Group will invest Rs 6,000 crore over a period of three years towards brownfield expansion of its oil refinery


3.Essar eyes Zambian refinery

Essar Group plans to acquire a majority stake in Indeni Refinery in Lusaka, which has a capacity to refine around 1 mtpa of crude.


4.Essar to buy Trinity Coal

Essar Group will acquire US-based Trinity Coal, in a deal worth Rs 2,500-2,735 crore.


5.Gujarat's non-major ports capacity doubled in 10 yrs

According to a Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB), the non-major ports in Gujarat handle 25 per cent of the country’s total cargo and account for 80 per cent of the total traffic handled by other non-major ports in the country.


6.Essar Group to invest $750 mn in ZISCO

Essar Africa Holdings, an arm of India’s Essar Group, is planning to invest $750 mn to resume production at the Zimbabwe steel firm, ZISCO.


7.Equinox Realty to invest Rs 4,000 cr in residential projects

Equinox Realty, the property development arm of Essar Group, plans to invest around Rs 4,000 crore to develop residential units across the country.


8.Most Admired Companies: Essar Projects

Essar Projects (EPL) is the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) arm of the Essar Group, with over four decades of project management expertise in the execution of projects across multiple business sectors.


9.Essar mulls Rs 6 bn investment in Canada port facility

The Essar Group is likely to invest almost Rs 600 crore in a port facility in Canada to facilitate trade from its subsidiary Essar Steel Algoma.


10.Private ports hit high growth lane

India’s new ports are leveraged to structurally rising and import-dependent energy or fuel demand, and related industrial and infrastructure development, observes a recent research report by Citigroup.Freight handling volume in private sector ports may grow rapidly because of booming global trade