Gare Palma I coal mine
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Gare Palma-I coal mine is a proposed mine complex, producing 21 million ton-per-annum (MTPA), with 15 tonnes from opencast operations, and 6 million tonnes from underground operations, in Chhattisgarh state, India.
The map below shows the location of the Gare Palma-IV mines, in Raigarh district, Chhattisgarh state. Gare Palma-I is located nearby.
Background on Mine
As of 2020, the company received environmental clearance for one x 800 MW coal-based supercritical thermal power plant in Gujarat, poentially reviving the project after years of being shelved.
- Sponsor: Gujarat State Electricity Corporation
- Parent company: State of Gujurat
- Location: Raigarh district, Chhattisgarh state, India
- Coordinates: 22.11866, 83.53358 (approximate)
- Status: Proposed
- Capacity: 21 MTPA (15 MTPA surface; 6 MTPA underground)
- Total Reserves: 900 MT
- Mineable Reserves: 725 MT (427 MT surface; 297 MT underground).
- In service: TBD
- Coal type: Subbituminous
- Mining method:Surface, Underground
- Source of financing:
Articles and resources
- Mega Chhattisgarh coal mine to boost Gujarat power output, DeshGujurat, 26 Mar. 2015.
- Environmental Clearance, November 2016
- Details of Blocks identified for allocation to Govt. companies / permissible end users, Ministry of Coal website, accessed May 2015.