Pakistan Coal Mines and Resources

Pakistan Coal Mines And Resources

Pakistan's largest coal reserves are found in Sindh with approximately 184.623 billion tonnes.

Region Coal (billion tonnes)
Sindh: Lakhra, SondaThatta, Jherruck, Thar, others

184.623

Punjab: Eastern Salt Range, Central Salt Range, Makerwal 0.235
Baluchistan: Khost-Sharig-Harnai,Sor Range/Degari, Duki, Mach- Kingri, Musakhel Abegum, Pir Ismail Ziarat,Chamalong 0.217
KPK: 0.091
AJK: 0.009
Grand total 185.175 billion tonnes

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