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Mining Leases Expiry from 2013 to 2020

March 17, 2016 Author : OGD PMU Team

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In the year 2013, the total number of leases, which expired, was 170. The total area under these expired leases was 16652.31 hectares, with an average of 97.95 hectares per lease. The year 2013 had the highest average of 97.95 hectares per lease expiry during the period 2013 to 2020. In the year 2014, the total number of leases, which expired, was 214. The total area under these expired leases was 15616.28 hectares, with an average of 72.97 hectares per lease. In the year 2015, the total number of leases, which expired, was 288. The total area under these expired leases was 16165.2 hectares, with an average of 56.13 hectares per lease.

In the year 2016, the total number of leases, which are due to expire, would be 337. The total area under these expiring leases would be 16999.53 hectares, with an average of 50.44 hectares per lease. In the year 2017, the total number of leases, which are due to expire, would be 336. The total area under these expiring leases would be 8119.53 hectares, with an average of 24.17 hectares per lease. In the year 2018, the total number of leases, which are due to expire, would be 381. The total area under these expiring leases would be 18307.08 hectares, with an average of 48.05 hectares per lease. The year 2018 would have the highest area of 18307.08 hectares under lease expiry during the period 2013 to 2020.

In the year 2019, the total number of leases, which are due to expire, would be 348. The total area under these expiring leases would be 11097.14 hectares, with an average of 31.89 hectares per lease. In the year 2020, the total number of leases, which are due to expire, would be 404. The total area under these expiring leases would be 16205.98 hectares, with an average of 40.11 hectares per lease. The year 2020 would have the highest number of 404 leases for expiry during the period 2013 to 2020.

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Source: Ministry of Mines, Indian Bureau of Mines
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