Aluminium

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Aluminium

Vedanta is an integrated producer of Aluminium in India with mines, smelters and associated captive and independent power plants. Its aluminium business operates in the states of Odisha and Chhattisgarh, where there are abundant bauxite and coal deposits.

Vedanta has two operational smelters at Korba, Chhattisgarh (BALCO) and Jharsuguda, Odisha, with a combined capacity of 0.745 mtpa and a 1 mtpa alumina refinery at Lanjigarh, Odisha.

BALCO’s operations include two bauxite mines, two power plants (of which one is used to produce power for captive consumption), and refining, smelting and fabrication facilities in Central India. A 1200 MW power plant is under construction. In FY 2014-15, production was stable at 245 kt Korba-I smelter. At the new 325 kt Korba-II smelter, 84 pots were commissioned during the year and produced 71,000 tonnes, which include 19,000 under trial run.

In the recent coal block auctions conducted by the Government, BALCO was successful in securing two coal mines, which are ready for production; Chotia block with reserves of 15.5 mt and annual production capacity of 1 mtpa; and Gare Palma IV/1 Block with reserves of 44 mt and capacity of 6 mtpa.

Company's aluminium operations also include a refinery and a 90 MW captive power plant at Lanjigarh and a smelter and a 1,215 MW captive power plant at Jharsuguda, both at Odisha in Eastern India.

At the Lanjigarh alumina refinery, FY 2014-15 production was robust and at record levels, allowing us to achieve 98% of the capacity of 1 mt. At 500 kt Jharsuguda smelter the production was stable. We have also commenced the start-up of the first pot line of 312.5 kt and 1,25 mtpa Jharsuguda II smelter, using surplus power from the 1215 MW power plant. 

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Vedanta Limited - Aluminium

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