West Bengal Mineral Trading and Development Corporation (WBMTDC), the state public sector undertaking for mining, is likelyto be the nodal body for the mining of coal blocks allocated to state power utilities Durgapur Projects (DPL) and West Bengal Power Development Corp (WBPDCL).
WBMTDC chairman Amlan Basu said the mining will be done under the supervision of this state PSU and the mining operator will be selected through a transparent process in consultation with the power utilities. Initially tender will be floated for Trans Damodar followed by others.DPL bagged the Trans-Damodar coal block earmarked for the power sector by beating five other companies in the fray, in the auction last month. The blocks allotted to WBPDCL are Borjora, Borjora (north), Gangaramchak, Gangaramchak Bhadulia, Tara (east and west), Panchwara (north) and Kasta (east). Out of these blocks, Kasta and Borjora (north) were not with the state power utility earlier.Combined reserve of the eight coal blocks allocated to WBPDCL will be over 500 million tonne, with the biggest block being Panchwara (north) with 380 million tonne reserve.
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