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Vedanta Plans US$300 MM In Capital Expenditures In Current Fiscal Year

Vedanta Plans US$300 MM In Capital Expenditures In Current Fiscal Year

India’s premier aluminium smelter Vedanta Ltd. plans to spend US$300 million during the current fiscal year. This is according to comments made to domestic media by Vedanta Aluminium’s Chief Executive Officer Ajay Kapur last week. “Our most significant expansion will be at...

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Vedanta Produced 1.95 Million Metric Tons Of Primary Aluminium In FY ‘19

With an aluminium output of 1.95 million metric tons in the previous fiscal year, Vedanta Ltd. moved into the pole position for aluminium production among India’s smelters, bumping previous leader Hindalco out of the prime spot. Vedanta’s overall production grew by 17 percent on the year, besting its previous total of 1.67 million metric tons. […]

State Court Opens Door For Vedanta’s Participation In Nalco’s Alumina Sales

Relief may be on the way for Vedanta’s Jharsuguda unit after the state’s high court ordered National Aluminium Company (Nalco) to permit the firm to participate in a tender for surplus alumina. The suit in question is the latest effort in a campaign by Vedanta to gain access to Nalco’s alumina stream. The private firm […]

Vedanta Files Suit Against Nalco To Tap Into Exported Alumina Stream

Staring the prospect of a winnowing feedstock supply square in the eye, India metals miner Vedanta has turned to the courts to compel state-owned National Aluminium Company (Nalco) to sell to them a portion of the alumina they currently send overseas. In a motion at the Odisha High Court earlier this week, Vedanta sought to […]

Jharsuguda Locals Appeal To Chand To Open Alumina Bidding To Vedanta

In a bid to aid Vedanta Ltd. in its search for raw materials, a contingent of local citizens sent a letter last week to National Aluminium Company Limited’s (Nalco) Chairman and Managing Director Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand appealing to him to open the bidding for 30 thousand metric tons of metallurgical-grade alumina to the firm. […]