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Mineral output in Feb valued at Rs 4,499 crore

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NEW DELHI: The total value of mineral production, excluding atomic and minor minerals, in the country during February 2002 was Rs 4,499 crore. Coal accounted for 44 per cent of the value estimated at Rs 1,958 crore followed by petroleum crude valued at Rs 1,351 crore, natural gas (utilised) Rs 571 crore, iron ore Rs 191 crore, limestone Rs 110 crore and lignite Rs 90 crore. These six minerals together contributed around 95 per cent of the total value of mineral produced in February 2002.

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