Surge in coal imports has now forced Coal India Ltd (CIL) to start meeting power producers individually from today and find ways to help them reduce their dependence on imports.
“ln order to reduce imports, as advised by Ministry of Coal, one-to-one meeting shall be held with coal consumers for substitution of coal import in 2019-20,” Coal India recently communicated to all those consumers, including power plants which have been importing coal.
Discussions would also be held with those who are even contemplating imports in the current financial year, CIL officials said. Read More
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