JSW Steel Ltd’s wholly-owned subsidiary JSW Utkal Steel Ltd has received Ministry of Environment & Forest and Climate Change’s Environmental Clearance, after successful public hearings, for setting up of a Greenfield integrated steel plant of 13.2 million tonnes per annum crude steel in in Jagatsinghpur district, near Paradeep in Odisha. JSW Utkal Steel has earmarked budgets for social interventions under public health, education, skill development, social infrastructure, waste management, environment, drinking water, women empowerment and so on. Additionally, based on the Environment Impact Assessment, JSW Utkal Steel has plans to incur expenditure for environment protection and mitigation measures. The capital expenditure for the project is expected to be INR 65,000 crore including associated facilities. The phase-wise work for the project would start once the land is handed over to the company by the State Government.According to the Executive Summary of Pre Feasibility Report on environmental clearance website, the investment plan comprises ofCrude Steel - 13.2 million tonnes per annumFlat Products - 9.74 million tonnes per annumLong Products - 2.8 million tonnes per annumPellet Plant – 32 million tonnes per annumCement (Grinding & Mixing) -10 million tonnes per annumCaptive power - 900 MW------------------------------------Planned Product Mix for Sale------------------------------------Pellets – 14.81 million tonnes per annumDRI – 0.38 million tonnes per annumRebar, Wire Rod, Medium sections - 2.80 million tonnes per annumPlates - 1.18 million tonnes per annumHot Rolled Coils - 3.63 million tonnes per annumCold Rolled Products - 3.98 million tonnes per annumTinplate - 0.45 million tonnes per annumSilicon Steel - 0.50 million tonnes per annumJSW Utkal Steel also intends to set up 30 million tonnes per annum iron ore grinding & desliming plant near Joda in Keonjhar district of Odisha and iron ore slurry pipeline of approximate length of 312 km from Joda to Paradeep to transport the iron ore slurry. This slurry would be dewatered in the steel plant for production of pellet. The pellet thus produced would be used as burden in the blast furnaces of the proposed steel plant as well as transferred to other units of JSW Steel Ltd. across India. The plant would be served by a Captive jetty of handling capacity of 52 million tonnes per annum, to be located adjacent to the steel plant near the mouth of Jatadharmohan River Creek.High Level Clearance Authority, Government of Odisha has in-principle approved JUSL's proposal in its meeting dated 02.06.2017 held under Chairmanship of Hon’ble Chief Minister for setting up the of ISP Greenfield Project with an investment of about Rs. 65,000 crore. The approval for establishment of the Captive Jetty is awaited.