JSW Infra seeks nod to handle other cargoes at its upcoming coal export terminal in Paradip port

Request for change in cargo will require approval from the Shipping Ministry, say sources

JSW Infrastructure Ltd, the port unit of Sajjan Jindal-led JSW Group, has sought permission from the Centre-owned Paradip Port Authority to handle “other cargoes” at its soon-to-be-commissioned coal export terminal at the port located in Odisha, government sources said.

The development is a sign that coal terminal operators are skeptical about the future and viability of their facilities that are typically awarded for a concession period of 30 years as the world pivot towards renewables to deal with climate change goals, drastically cutting the usage of fossil fuels such as coal.

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