CLP’s Jhajjar Unit in India Seeks 600,000 Tons of Imported Coal

Jhajjar Power Ltd., a unit of CLP Power India Ltd., is seeking 600,000 metric tons of steam coal for its 1,320 megawatt unit in northern India.

The arm of Hong Kong-based CLP Holdings Ltd. (2) seeks delivery of the fuel at its plant in Haryana for the year ending March 2013, according to the company’s tender notice.

The company seeks coal with a gross calorific value of as much as 6,500 kilocalories a kilogram, total moisture of not more than 20 percent, ash content of 8 to 20 percent and sulfur content of not more than 0.9 percent.

Tender documents will be available until Sept. 29 and the last date for submitting bids is Oct. 29, according to the company. Bids will be opened on Oct. 30, the notice said.

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