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Coal plants in Odisha, India

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Opencast and underground coal mining take place in Angul District and in Jharsuguda District, both located in the western part of the state. These mines produced 47.8 million tonnes of coal during 2001-2002.[1] The largest mining company in Orissa was Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd, a subsidiary of Coal India.[2]

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  1. "Coal Mines in Orissa," accessed June 2012
  2. "India", World Coal Institute, undated, accessed June 2008.

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