Coal-fired power generation is expected to grow 4.05 per cent during 2017-18, suggests Central Electricity Authority (CEA) in its latest estimates.
Coal India’s fourth largest mining subsidiary, Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL) is likely to abstain from partially extinguishing its own shares in the ongoing buyback process and thereby will not transfer any of its free reserves to its mother company.
Northern Coalfields Limited (A Mini Ratna Company) is a subsidiary company of Coal India Limited, which is a “Maharatna” Public Sector Enterprise and Flagship Coal producing company of India.
Coal India has decided to venture into cleaner coal technologies at a time when coal demand is muted and lower realisation a headache for the global miner.
Assam chief minister Sarbanada Sonowal has asked NTPCto prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for the proposed 1600 MW thermal power project at Margherita in Upper Assam
A deadly methane gas explosion tore through a coal mine in western Ukraine on Thursday, killing at least eight miners in the latest pit disaster to hit the ex-Soviet state.
Despite the Ministry of Mines insisting on the imposition of minimum import price (MIP) on aluminium products, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry is unlikely to do so.
Coal IndiaBSE 0.19 % registered a healthy 6.5 per cent growth in coal production to clock 54.30 million tonnes in February, this year compared to 50.98 million tonnes achieved in the corresponding period, last year.
The board of Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd has agreed to release Rs1,617.06 crore in cash through a share buyback, almost Rs600 crore more than it had agreed to release in June last year, Coal India Ltd (CIL) said on Wednesday.
A special court on Wednesday granted CBI two months to respond to the objections of Union ministers Prakash Javadekar and Hansraj Ahir against its move to close a coal scam case.