India’s coal story is long and complex. It spans across the political, economical and environmental canvases of the country. However, new times call for new thinking. With record capacity additions and investments swelling in the renewable energy sector,
Coal India Limited (CIL) said here its supplies to the power sector grew by 7.1 per cent to 440.8 million tonnes (mt) in April-February of the current financial year.
The supply of coal by state-owned CIL to the power sector in the first five months of the ongoing fiscal increased by 12.1 per cent to 196.9 million tonnes (MT).
State-owned CIL said it has increased the coal supply to NTPC’s Kahalgaon and Farakka power plants as the units were operating at higher than the targeted level, resulting in additional consumption of fuel.
The Rs 21,000 crore mega fertiliser project of Hindustan Urvarak & Rasayan, a three-way joint venture between Coal India Ltd (CIL), NTPC and Indian Oil Corp (IOC), has finally taken off.
Coal India Ltd (CIL) expects 367 million tonne (MT) output by the end of the current financial year from its 115 ongoing projects.
State-run Coal India Ltd (CIL) expects 367 million tonne output by the end of the current financial year from its 115 ongoing projects.
State-owned Coal India (CIL) on Friday said that there was an urgent need to revisit its one billion tonnes output programme following changes in the environmental paradigm and coal demand.
State-owned Coal India Limited (CIL) has identified seven coking coal assets in Australia for acquisition and is also in discussions with a few mine owners in Canada, a parliamentary panel said today.
Coal India LimitedNSE 1.07 % (CILNSE 0.36 %) said on Thursday that its coal supplies to thermal power plants during April-July 2018 grew 15.1% over that in the year-ago period.