Coal India Ltd (CIL), which witnessed a 6-per cent drop in production at around 241 million tonnes (mt) during April-September, is hopeful of regaining its production tempo in the remaining part of the year.
Torrential rainfall across locations affected the company’s coal production and off-take, particularly in September, said a press statement issued by the company.
CIL’s coal offtake was down around 5 per cent to 276 mt during April-September 2019 compared to the same period last year. Read More
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