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Production, Supply and Import of Coal 

As per International Energy Agency (IEA), India was the third largest coal producer in the world during 2016-17.  There is no shortage of coal in the Country. As on 1.04.2018 the vendible stock of coal was 55.6 MT and as on 15.12.2018 coal stock was 22.93 MT with CIL.  All India raw coal production has increased from 565.77 MT in ...

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Coal Production

In 2018-19 (up to 30.11.2018), Coal India Limited (CIL) supplied 315.94 Million Tonnes (MT) of coal achieving a growth of more than 8% in coal supply to the power sector over the supply of 291.78 MT in the corresponding period of last year. Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) has supplied 35.04 MT of coal to power plants (up to 30.11.2018). ...

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Coal Linkage Rationalization

In 2017, CIL has done source rationalization of 12 state owned power plants based on the requests from these plants. The quantity rationalized was about 13 MT. The approximate potential annual savings in transportation cost by these power plants would be to the tune of Rs 774 crore, details of which are as under: Sr. No State/ Developer Power Plant ...

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CIL Coal Production has Increased by 105 MT (Approx) During the Last Four Years

 The CIL coal production has increased by 105 MT (approx) during the last four years as compared to an increase of 31 MT (approx) during the period of 2010-11 to 2013-14 (4 years). Similarly offtake of coal from CIL has increased by about 109.12 MT during the last four years as compared to an increase of about 55.04 MT during ...

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Net Profit of Coal India Limited 

The Profit after Tax of Coal India Limited (Consolidated) for 4thquarter of FY 2017-18 was Rs 1295.34 crores as against Rs2718.80 crores in the corresponding 4th quarter of FY 2016-17 registering a decline of Rs 1423.46 crores which is around 52%. The major reason for dip in net profit was on account of impact of past service cost of Rs 7384.37 ...

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Coal production in private sector 

Coal production by private sector has increased from 32.55 MT in 2015-16 to 34.75 MT in 2017-18. The details of coal produced by private sector (company-wise/mine-wise) during the last three years and current year is given below:   COMPANY WISE RAW COAL PRODUCTION DURING 2015-16 to 2017-18 [Quantity in Million Tonnes] Company Name of Captive Block 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 (Provisional) ...

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NTPC Ltd.- profit after tax up by 10.21% 

The Country’s largest power generator – NTPC Ltd. who along with its group companies, has installed capacity of 53651 MW, declared the audited annual financial results for the year 2017-18 along with the unaudited financial results for fourth quarter of the year 2017-18. For FY 2017-18, NTPC Ltd. generated 265.80 Billion Units against 250.31 Billion Units generated in the previous year, registering ...

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Flexible Mode of Transportation of Coal 

Coal is supplied to the Power Sector under Fuel Supply Agreement (FSA) as per the mode convenient to the Power Plant. For non-power consumers, a dispensation for change of mode from Rail to Road has been extended by CIL. In the second tranche of Linkage Auction for Non-regulated sector, 14.8 Million Tonnes of coal linkage was booked. Out of this ...

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Location of coal mines and coal repositories 

State-wise number of working coal mines across the country, State/UT-wise is given below: Sl. No. State Number of working coal mines 1 West Bengal 75 2 Jharkhand 140 3 MP 70 4 UP 4 5 Chhattisgarh 57 6 Maharashtra 60 7 Odisha 29 8 Assam 4 9 Telangana 47 10 Jammu & Kashmir 4 11 Meghalaya 3 Total 493   ...

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Quality of coal produced by CIL 

The methodology for auction for coal mines/blocks for sale of coal under the provisions of the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015 and the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 has been approved by the Government and Order in this regard has been issued on 27.02.2018. Auction of coal mines for sale of coal is expected to bring ...

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