Natural Resources
 
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The Indian Resource Industry has been witnessed a noteworthy development in recent past. In view of that, Lanco has gained significant momentum by building its natural resources portfolio of operating and under-development assets in India & Globally. Developing of natural resource portfolio is Lanco’s strategic move towards ‘Project Integration’ to secure fuel supply to its power plant as well as ‘Market Strategy’ to cater to the Global Market.

Coal Business has remained the key focus area for Lanco in the recent past. With this, Lanco has joined the exclusive league of mine developer & operators in India having more than 2 billion tonnes of coal resources into its business portfolio. This portfolio is currently producing more than 4 MTPA of coal and equipped to augment the production from 4 MTPA to ~40 MTPA by 2020.

The Lanco Resources division comprises the following verticals:

Coal Mining
   
  Operating:
   
 
  • Griffin Coal Mine, Australia (Largest coal mine in Australia)
 
    In the face of bourgeoning global coal market, Lanco has made a strategic move into the global resources industry. The company, though it’s Australian Subsidiary, acquired "Griffin Coal" in the year 2011; the largest individual supplier of thermal coal to Western Australia's Industrial coal market with over 1.2 billion tons of coal resources. Griffin currently mines around 4 million tons per annum (MTPA), which essentially caters to domestic customers with an export quantity of around 0.75 MTPA through Kwinana port.

    From the present level of production of 4 MTPA, Lanco plans to ramp up the mining production capacity four-fold to around 18 MTPA by the year 2018.
   
  Under development:
   
 
  • Tasra
 
    Lanco Infratech Limited is also developing the Tasra Open Cast Project (Tasra OCP) of Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL).The Tasra coal block, having geological reserves of approximately 127 million tons, is located in Jharia Coalfield of Dhanbad District in the state of Jharkhand.

    Lanco had been selected as the Mine developer and operator (MDO) by SAIL for the development and operations of Tasra OCP through competitive bidding process. As per the agreement, Lanco shall develop the Tasra OCP coal block and coking coal washery for SAIL. Tasra OCP has been planned for a peak production capacity of 4 MTPA of ROM coal and washery capacity of 3.5 MTPA has been proposed. Lanco will also develop and operate a captive power plant of 200 to 300 MW for SAIL through a joint venture company (JVC), based on the secondary products arising out of the Washery.
 
New Initiatives
 
  • Coal Benefication/Coal Washeries
  • Limestone Mines
  • Coal Trading from Griffin Coal Mine, Western Australia
   
   
Lanco Resources in Global Outlets
 
  • Lanco Infratech Ltd., Corporate Office, Gurgaon (India)
  • Lanco Resources International Pte. Ltd., Singapore
  • Lanco Resources Australia Pty. Ltd., Perth, (West Australia)
  • Griffin Coal Mining Company Pty Ltd., Perth ( West Australia)
  • Carpenter Mine Management Pty. Ltd., Perth (West Australia)
   
     


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