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1.India Cements banks on Indonesian coal mine

India Cements plans to import coal from its mines in Indonesia by the fourth quarter of the current year to feed the company’s 50 MW captive project that is set up in Tamil Nadu.


2.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


3.NALCO to plans projects in Indonesia

NALCO recently revaluated the reserves of two coal mines that it plans to use for its proposed 1,250 MW power project and an aluminium smelter in Indonesia.


4.Tata Power to raise mining capacity

Tata Power Co Ltd plans to increase its coal mining capacity in Indonesia in the second half of fiscal 2011. The capacity is likely to be increased to 75 mtpa from the current 60 mtpa.


5.The Indonesian Government plans to offer 43 infra projects to private investors next year

History reveals that the relationship between India and Indonesia dates back to first century AD when Indian traders were the first to arrive in Indonesia. Through the years, the trade and cultural links have continued with the potential for mutually


6.Ramky forays into Indonesian coal mining

Ramky Infrastructure Ltd, a Hyderabad-based integrated infrastructure construction and development management company, is planning to acquire captive concession agreements for coal mines in Indonesia in the next six to nine months.


7.Origin, Tata to develop Indonesian power plant

Australia-based Origin Energy Ltd and Tata Power Co Ltd are likely to develop a geothermal power project in Indonesia.


8.Essar eyes Kangaroo project in Indonesia

Essar Group is vying for a stake in Kangaroo Resources’ GPK coal project in Indonesia.


9.Coal India to import 6 mn tonne of coal

Coal India is planning to import 6 mn tonne of coal in the next three months.


10.BEML takes up expansion plans

BEML, under the Ministry of Defence, proposes to expand its market in Asia to become a global brand.