Following the entrapment of 15 mine workers in a ‘rat hole’ coal mine in Meghalaya (India), the Supreme Court has found that such illegal operations are continuing in the region.
Environmental Clean Technologies Limited looks forward to providing further updates on progress by NMDC to finalise approval and subsequent signing of the RCA, and requests the current trading halt be lifted.
Yesterday the Indian Navy sent five more unmanned remotely operated vehicles down nearby mines in Maghalaya to the one where 15 miners have been trapped for almost a month to ascertain visibility at the bottom of the shaft.
Immediate steps have been sought to ensure the rescue of fifteen miners who have remained trapped down the Meghalaya coal mine since 13 December.
MERC has allowed BEST to extend its existing PPA with Tata Power for 676.69 MW for a period of five years, from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2024.
Out of the 24 000 metric t of steel required for the construction of the ‘The Statue of Unity’ in India, the Steel Authority of India supplied approximately 12 000 metric t.
With these new contracts, GE’s technology for SO2 emission control will help NTPC remove over 0.5 million tpy of SO2 and meet India’s latest thermal power plant emission norms for SO2.