India’s Steel Minister Mr Ram Chandra Prasad Singh has dedicated Jindal Steel and Power Ltd's 1.4 million tonne per annum rebar mill at JSPL's 6 million tonne per annum steel plant in Angul in Odisha. The rebar mill is one of the world's largest rebar making units and the only producer of 50 mm diameter rebar in India. Mr Singh said “India has become the second-largest steel producer in the world, leaving behind major economies. The maximum amount of steel has been produced from Odisha. I appreciate Naveen Jindal for building such a beautiful mega steel plant in Odisha.”He also appreciated JSPL’s plan to expand the capacity of the steel plant to 25.2 million tonne per annum. He said “By 2030, about 10 percent of India’s steel will be produced from Angul, Odisha by JSPL.”Steel Minister also visited JSPL's 2 million tonne per annum Coal Gasification Plant located within the steel unit. The Coal Gasification Plant uses high ash, locally available non-coking coal to supply synthesis gas to the world’s first syngas-based DRI plant. The coal gasification plant is equipped with carbon capture technology. It captures approximately 2,000 tonnes of CO2 per day, helping reduce carbon footprint significantly.JSP has successfully established and is operating 6 million tonne per annum Integrated Steel Plant at Angul. It is the largest steel plant in Odisha. JSPL is expanding its Angul Plant capacity from 6 million tonne per annum to 12 million tonne per annum and the company will achieve an overall 15 million tonne per annum steelmaking capacity by 2025. JSP has the vision of expanding the capacity of the Angul Steel Plant to 25.2 million tonne per annum which will be the largest steel plant in the Country.