THE EVENT


The Indian mining sector plays a pivotal role in the country's infrastructure and economy. India is the 3rd largest producer of coal. Coal production stood at 676.51 million tonnes in FY18. India has the 5th largest estimated coal reserves in the world, standing at 319.02 billion tonnes in FY18.

India ranks 4th in terms of iron ore production globally. In FY18, production of iron ore stood at 210 million tonnes. India has around 8 per cent of world's deposits of iron ore.

India stood as the third largest crude steel producer with output of 101.4 million tonnes in 2017. Crude steel production in the country rose to 102.34 million tonnes in FY18.

According to Ministry of Mines, India has the 7th largest bauxite reserves- around 2,908.85 million tonnes in FY17. Aluminium production stood at 1.60 million metric tonnes during Apr-Sept 2017 and is forecasted to grow to 3.33 million tonnes in FY20.

Factors like the widening Current Account Deficit, depreciation of the Indian currency , and need for enhancing infrastructure for bringing back growth in the economy has made sure that the Government has introduced a slew of measures to facilitate / enhance mining in India. These are


Future of the mining industry in India

IMME 2020 - To Feature
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), India's Premier Business Association is organizing the 14th International Mining and Machinery Exhibition (IMME), the Largest Trade Fair dedicated to the mining industry, in India and the upcoming exhibition dates will be announced shortly.