Coal India’s (CIL’s) plans to export coal to SAARC countries has been put on the back-burner as the state-owned miner is facing a steep challenge to supply adequate coal to domestic power plants.
Demand-supply mismatch has been the nature of Indian power sector with seasonality playing a huge role. In current times, the situation is more precarious with demand registering a healthy, if not laudable growth, while supply options are shrinking.
For almost two decades, Einar Aas was the most successful trader on one of Europe’s largest power markets. He was also a phantom.
Coal offtake from Coal India Ltd (CIL) has risen by 9.5 per cent during April-August to 246.90 million tonnes (mt) from 225.43 mt in the same period of last year. Production of the dry fuel went up 12 per cent to 216.23 mt, marking a 12 per cent growth in the period.
A new conveyor system to transport lignite from Mine-1A to the thermal power station by NLC India Ltd was formally launched Saturday by its chairman and managing director Rakesh Kumar.
Solar power recorded the highest capacity growth at 1,371 Mw during April-July, a period when 244 Mw of thermal capacities retired. Under the guidelines laid out by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA),
Hindustan Powerprojects is looking to acquire stressed thermal power plants, besides bidding for renewable energy projects in India. The private power producer, which had earlier put in a bid for Avantha Power’s 600 Mw Jhabua power plant
Hindustan Powerprojects is looking to acquire stressed thermal power plants, besides bidding for renewable energy projects in India.
Chinese Consul General in Kolkata Ma Zhanwu said Wednesday his country was mooting a bullet train service between Kunming and Kolkata, traversing through Myanmar and Bangladesh.
The Director General of Hydrocarbons on Wednesday said the ongoing Discovered Small Filed (DSF) second round bidding, once completed, will entice about $1.2 billion worth of investments by the successful bidders.