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Durlaga

Jharsuguda

M/s Jindal Stainless Ltd.

Duburi

Jajpur

M/s Rungta Mines  Ltd.

Kamando, near Koira, Sundargarh and Jharaband

Dhenkanal (1 MTPA each)

M/s Stats Steel India (P) Ltd.

Tangi

Cuttack

M/s Brand Alloys Ltd.

Palaspanga

Keonjhar

M/s Eastern Steels & Power Ltd.

Lahandabud

Jharsuguda

M/s Jai Balaji Jyoti Steels Ltd.  Sundargarh

Tanisar, near Lathikata

Sundargarh

 

 

 

Mega Projects

 

 

 

Arcellor-Mittal

 Patna

 Keonjhar

M/s TATA Iron & Steel Co. Ltd

Kalinganagar Industrial Complex, Duburi

Jajpur

M/s Sterlite Iron and Steel Company  Ltd.

Palasponga

Keonjhar

M/s Hy-Grade Pellets Ltd. (ESSAR Group)

Paradeep

 

M/s POSCO India Project (P) Ltd.

Paradeep

 

M/s Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. 

Benefication Plant at Deojhar,

Keonjhar

M/s Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.

Steel Plant at Angul

Dhenkanal

M/s Bhushan Steel & Strips Ltd.

 Meramundali

Dhenkanal

Aluminium mines in Orissa

Orissa is the largest producer of aluminium in India. In 2005-06, it produced over 415,000 tonnes of aluminium, representing around half of India's total aluminium production, Orissa's key advantage for aluminium industry is the fact that the state accounts for half of India's bauxite reserves. Its location makes it close to the Chinese and South East Asian markets and the presence of large ports makes it easier to access large export markets.

Prominent players in the aluminum industry in Orissa are NALCO and HINDALCO. NALCO is expanding its aluminium capacity from 218,000 TPA to 345,000 TPA. HINDALCO at Hirakud has already expanded their Aluminium smelting capacity from 65,000 TPA to 100,000 TPA. The installed capacity is being further increased to 146,000 TPA.Utkal Alumina, a joint venture between AV Birla Group and Alcan, Canada, is setting up a 1.5 MT aluminum project with an investment of over Rs.10,725 crores. Vedanta Alumina that set up a 1MT alumina project at Lanjigarh in Kalahandi district of the state at a cost of nearly Rs.4000.00 crores is fully operational now.

NALCO was set up at Bhubaneswar in 1981 in collaboration with Aluminum Pechiney of France. It is an integrated alumina /aluminum complex. This plant is one of the most modern in the world and the biggest in Asia and is located in Angul. After it started production, India has not only become self-sufficient in aluminum production but has started exporting. Port facilities for export of bauxite, alumina and aluminum are available at Visakhapatnam and Paradeep. The second aluminum plant of NALCO in the state runs in Damanjodi smelting/refining bauxite ore, with a plant capacity of 0.8 million tonnes per annum. It is located at the foothills of the Panchpatmali. NALCO's captive power plant is located at Angul to which 2.4 million tonnes of coal is being supplied from Talcher.

Ferro Manganese plants of Orissa

There are two big Ferro Manganese plants in operation in the State. First Ferro-Manganese plant located at Joda in Keonjhar District is run by The Tata Iron & Steel Co. Ltd. The second plant at Rayagada in Koraput District is managed by Jeypore Sugar Co. Ltd. Both the plants get power from Hirakud Machhakund Hydro-electric projects.


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