NLC India Limited Commences Coal Transportation From Talabira (Odisha) To NTPL, Thoothukudi

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By Sarkaritel September 13, 2021 05:20

NLC India Limited Commences Coal Transportation From Talabira (Odisha) To NTPL, Thoothukudi


NLC India Limited successfully kick started coal transportation from its allotted coal blocks in Talabira, Sambalpur, Odisha to its Joint Venture Company NLC Tamilnadu Power Limited at Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu. 

Talabira II & III OCP block was allotted to NLC India Limited (A Navratna PSU company) by GOI on 02nd May 2016 under Coal Mines Special Provision Act 2015 for optimum utilization of coal mine for the end user plant like NeyveliTalabira Thermal Power Plant (NTTPP) 4 x 800 MW capacity and NLC Tamilnadu Power Limited (NTPL) 2 x 500 MW capacity.

Thanks to the Great support of Ministry of Coal, GOI, the Mining activity of the project started on 11.12.2019 and Coal production commenced successfully on 26.04.2020 in spite of covid pandemic conditions.

On 10.09.2021 (Auspicious day of VinayakChaturthi),the Project has achieved a major event complying with the allotment conditions successfully by kick starting the coal transport from Talabira II & III OCP, Sambalpur, Odisha to their Joint venture company NTPL located at Tuticorin, Tamilnadu. To mark this occasion, the first logistic carrier was flagged off by CMD / NLCIL virtually from Chennai.

NLC India Limited is a Navratna PSU under the Ministry of Coal, incorporated in the year 1956 operating four Opencast Lignite Mines of total capacity of 30.60 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA) at Neyveli and Barsingsar, Rajasthan and six Lignite based pit-head Thermal Power Stations with an aggregate capacity of 3640 MW in Neyveli and Barsingsar, Rajasthan. It also operates a 1000 MW Coal based Thermal Power Station at Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu through its subsidiary company, NTPL, a joint venture between NLCIL and TANGEDCO.

NLCIL has also forayed into renewable energy sector, presently operating 1370.06 MW of Solar Power Plants in various districts of Tamil Nadu and Andaman Islands besides a 51 MW Wind Power Plant at Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu. NLCIL’s business Matrix is vertically integrated as well as diversified into an optimal mix of Thermal and Renewable energy generation.  It is noteworthy that the NLCIL group has earned a consolidated total income of Rs.11798.42 crore and made a net profit (after tax) of Rs.1345.44 crore for the Financial Year 2020-21. NLCIL constantly strives to attain optimum efficiency in its operations and do its bit to create an “Atmanirbhar Bharat.”

Sarkaritel
By Sarkaritel September 13, 2021 05:20

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