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Mining giant Vedanta Ltd on Wednesday reported a rise in production of aluminum, zinc, iron ore and steel in the June quarter.

However, the production of mined metal at overseas and oil and gas dropped during the quarter.

In a filing to the BSE, the company said the aluminum output grew 3 per cent to 5,96,000 tones in the first quarter over the year-ago period, Vedanta said in a filing to BSE.

At Zinc India, the saleable metal output grew to 2,62,000 tones over 2,60,000 tones.

While at Zinc International the mined metal output dropped to 38,000 tones, over 68,000 tones in the first quarter of FY24.

Meanwhile, oil and gas output dropped 17 per cent to 112,400 average daily gross operated production (boepd) during the quarter from 134,900 boepd a year earlier.

The production of saleable iron ore rose to 1.3 million tones over 1.2 million tones in the year-ago period.

The total saleable steel production rose 10 per cent to 3,56,000 tones and power sales rose 13 per cent to 4,791 million units from 4,256 million units in the April-June period of the last financial year.

Vedanta Ltd, a subsidiary of Vedanta Resources Ltd, is one of the world's leading natural resources companies spanning across India, South Africa, Namibia, Liberia, the UAE, Korea, Taiwan, and Japan with significant operations in oil and gas, zinc, lead, silver, copper, iron ore, steel, nickel, aluminum and power.