A 100-Year-Old Australian Coal Mine Returns as Prices Double

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.:

Jindal Steel and Power Limited is an Indian steel and energy company which is based in New Delhi, India. It has a turnover of approx. US$ 3.3 billion. Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. is a part of about US$18 billion diversified Jindal Group conglomerate.
Headquater: New Delhi
CEO: Ravi Uppal (Oct 1, 2012–)
Customer service: 1800 0245 8676
Parent organization: Jindal Group

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. has increased their output at the 100-year-old Wongawilli coking coal mine in Australia. They are set to re-start their operations at another in Mozambique as prices more than doubled this year.


The Jindal Steel & Power Ltd based in New Delhi-based produces about 100,000 metric tons within a month. The mine is in Australia’s New South Wales, which it started in July. coalIt also looking forward to an approval to restart regulatory output at the Russell Vale mine in the same area, Chief Executive Officer Ravi Uppal said. The company is one of the largest steel producers in India. It has made its mindset resume operations this month at its Chirodzi coal mine in Mozambique. Looking forward tp produce 300,000 tons a month, Mr. Uppal said.

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In an Interview with Mr. Uppal:

The company’s mines have enlarged into action, informed by Mr. Uppal in an interview in New Delhi Monday. However, Coking coal prices will remain high for the next six months, this is the information given by Mr. Uppal.

Jindal Joining commodity producers:

Jindal is joining commodity producers which have Chinese steel mills and U.S. oil explorers. This will help in boosting activity as prices rally, a response that can aid company balance sheets. It will also sustain the gluts that have dampened the raw materials company.coal rise

Jindal Steel was managed by former lawmaker Naveen Jindal. He witnessed seven consecutive quarterly losses and is counting on its steel and mining operations to help generate profits.

Company’s Shares:

On Wednesday, the shares of the company hiked from 0.7 percent to 81.60 rupees in Mumbai. This year the stock lost 15 percent so far, compared with an 8.6 percent gain for the last line S&P BSE Sensex.

Needs of coking coal by Jindal Steel:

Jindal Steel needs coking coal for its 1.7 million-tons-a-year blast furnace in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. After December the company’s demand is set to rise. Half a ton of coking coal is used to produce a ton of steel.