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India’s Electricity-Sector Transformation

India’s Electricity-Sector Transformation

New IEEFA report- India’s energy transformation gathers momentum

10 August, 2015: India’s ‘seven horses of energy’ electricity sector transformation is gathering pace, with far-reaching ramifications for renewable energy development and the structural decline of seaborne thermal coal, according to a new report released today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) and Indian energy analysis firm, Equitorials. The report – […]

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Publications Concerning Lanco Infratech

Publications Concerning Lanco Infratech

This publication is being reviewed by the company.  Please do not rely on the previous report, pending that review.  The report will be republished, incorporating any any necessary feedback or corrections, in 2015.

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Briefing note: The Outlook for Financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin Coal Proposals

Briefing note: The Outlook for Financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin Coal Proposals

Briefing note: The outlook for financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin coal proposals By: Tom Sanzillo, IEEFA Director of Finance

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West Australian Mine Owner Reports More Losses, Shows No Ability to Cover Clean-Up Costs


Government Regulators Are Doing Nothing to Protect the Public Interests in Lanco Infratech’s Handling of Griffin Coal Mine

In reporting a net loss of US$40 million for the year to March, Lanco Infratech of India, owner of the loss-making Griffin Coal Mine in Western Australia, has notched up its fifth consecutive year of losses. The performance only compounds the clear and ongoing state of financial distress for this Indian conglomerate. Net debt rose […]

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India’s Electricity-Sector Transformation

India’s Electricity-Sector Transformation

New IEEFA report- India’s energy transformation gathers momentum

10 August, 2015: India’s ‘seven horses of energy’ electricity sector transformation is gathering pace, with far-reaching ramifications for renewable energy development and the structural decline of seaborne thermal coal, according to a new report released today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) and Indian energy analysis firm, Equitorials. The report – […]

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Publications Concerning Lanco Infratech

Publications Concerning Lanco Infratech

This publication is being reviewed by the company.  Please do not rely on the previous report, pending that review.  The report will be republished, incorporating any any necessary feedback or corrections, in 2015.

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Briefing note: The Outlook for Financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin Coal Proposals

Briefing note: The Outlook for Financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin Coal Proposals

Briefing note: The outlook for financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin coal proposals By: Tom Sanzillo, IEEFA Director of Finance

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Griffin loss provokes Collie mine doubts

Griffin loss provokes Collie mine doubts

By Daniel Mercer, The Weekend West Australian –  “Fears are mounting about the plight of a Collie mine that supplies coal to one of the State’s biggest electricity generators after it posted one of its biggest losses. Griffin Coal, the Indian -owned mine bought from the wreckage of former tycoon Ric Stowe’s failed business empire […]

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India Inc tangled in Australia red tape

India Inc tangled in Australia red tape

MUMBAI- “India Inc, which cited policy paralysis at home among several reasons to invest in Australia’s mining sector, is finding it even more difficult to acquire land, get environmental clearances, overcome regulatory hurdles and achieve financial closures for projects worth billions of dollars down under. Adani, GVK & Lanco invested a total of $4 billion […]

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