Botswana

Botswana Overview

As Botswana continues its development journey through Vision 2030 and Millennium Development Goals (MDG), Jindal Africa has plans to be at the forefront as true partners...

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Jindal Group acquires CIC in Botswana

Jindal BVI Limited (JBVI), a subsidiary of steel major Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL) has acquired Canadian listed coal Company CIC Energy Corp. (CIC) for about US$116 million by way of a merger of JBVI and CIC...

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Mmamabula Coalfield

Jindal’s coal resource is located in the Mmamabula Coalfields of south-eastern Botswana, adjacent to the country’s main road and rail corridor which links the country’s capital...

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Jindal Mmamabula Energy Project (JMEP I)

The Jindal Mmamabula Energy Project (“JMEP I”) is a planned 300 megawatt power station and associated coal mine that is envisaged to be built at Jindal’s Mmamabula Coalfield...

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Jindal Mmamabula Energy Project (JMEP I&II)

Jindal’s Mmamabula Energy Project (“JMEP”), is a planned 600 megawatt (net) capacity power station and integrated coal mine project in Botswana that is intended to provide power to South Africa...

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Coal to Hydrocarbons Project

With projected fuel shortfalls in Botswana, Jindal’s planned Coal-to-Hydrocarbons (CTH) Project intends to convert coal to low sulphur diesel fuel and associated products...

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Export Coal Project

With continuing demand from power stations around the world for thermal coal, Jindal is pursuing the opportunity to export seaborne traded steam coal from the M2 (lower) coal seams of its Mmamabula Coal Field in Botswana...

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