Sydney Mining Club Present Arun Kumar Jagatramka, Chairman of Gujarat NRE Coking Coals Limited
China and India would have remained sleeping dragons and crouching tigers without the advent of coal mining and imports to meet the huge energy demand these fast developing giant economies require to feed their growth.
Come and listen to the fascinating story behind the Gujurat coal mining arm, a member of the Gujurat NRE Group which has evolved significantly in recent years from a company mainly engaged in trading coal and coke processing into coking coal mining company with a resource of 560Mt; a growing coke processing capacity targeting 3Mtpa; wind power capacity of 87MW; an oil and gas exploration arm with major acreage in the central Canning basin; and several other interests.
Arun Kumar will fill you in on why his Indian parent company likes Australia and how important our mineral; resources are to his home country's future.
About Sydney Mining Club
The first Sydney Mining Club forum was held in March 1997.
The initial impetus for the formation of the Sydney club was discontent in the mining community with many aspects of the professional institutes and most of all with their ability to bring people together. Our activism led to the first changes to the constitution of the largest Institute in more than a century.
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