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SAIL plans to begin production from its own coking coal mine in the next two to three years

According to corporate sources, within the next two to three years, the state-owned Indian steelmaker Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) hopes to start producing from its captive Tasra coking coal block. They claimed that SAIL was close to selecting a mine development operator (MDO) for the Tasra coking coal blocks in the eastern state of Jharkhand, which have a 1.7 million mt annual production potential. 

The majority of SAIL’s coking coal needs have been met by imports from mines in Mozambique, Australia, and the US, with the remaining portion coming from Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL), the government-run subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL).

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