Thursday, 6 October, 2022
TopicCarmichael project

Topic: Carmichael project

Why SBI is dragging its feet on lending $1 billion to Adani’s Australian coal mine project

SBI drafted in-principle agreement with Adani in 2014 for $1bn facility & brought in several banks for funding as part of consortium. The plan has had several iterations since then.

Adani Mining claims Australian coal mine project created 1,500 jobs & gave $1.09 bn in contracts

The $16 billion Carmichael coal mine project in Queensland has been surrounded by controversies since its inception due to regulatory and environmental issues.

‘No going back’ — Australia says Adani’s $16bn coal mine project set to be operational

Outgoing Australian High Commissioner to India Harinder Sidhu says work on Adani’s Carmichael coal mine project has started, also asks India to reconsider RCEP.

The economics of Adani’s Australian coal mine project just doesn’t add up

Adani will lose around $220 million a year if the Carmichael coal project goes through. Which raises the question, why is everyone adamant that it goes ahead?

Adani abandons 2020 target date to begin mining coal in Australia

Lenders from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to three of China’s largest banks have ruled out providing loans for the project.

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The BMW i4 eDrive40. Photo Credit: BMW

Ukraine crisis gave auto sector a crude shock. See how India is responding

The PLI scheme as well as other sops for manufacturing, show that despite some public missteps, government is trying to coax manufacturing into India.

Indian refiners scout for oil deals ahead of EU ban on Russian crude imports

European Union ban on Russian crude imports from 5 Dec will drive European refiners to buy more Middle East oil, putting them in competition with Asian buyers.


File photo of a BrahMos firing by a Su-30 MKI | Credit: IAF

IAF to increase Sukhois armed with BrahMos supersonic cruise missile with over 500km-range

The IAF currently has 40 SU-30 MKI with BrahMos, the only supersonic cruise missile in the world.

India’s hijab supporters will lose even if they win SC battle. Because the real war is political

In a highly polarised time, cornered minorities tend to lean back and protect the roots and fundamentals of what is so dear to them. Politically, it can often be a bad trap.