Soon after taking charge, new CIL chairperson Anil Kumar Jha said that the Power Ministry had set a daily supply level to ensure that every thermal power plant was carrying 22 days consumption of coal – the normative stock as laid down in standard operating procedures.
The management of Coal India Ltd (CIL) has decided to provide an additional 7 per cent salary on basic and dearness allowance that would replenish employees’ pension fund that is facing a shortfall of Rs 25,000 crore.
Coal India Ltd (CIL) will develop its first-ever thermal power plant in the country in Odisha, a top company official said here on Monday.
New full-time Chairman of Coal India Ltd (CIL), the largest coal miner in the world, says his priority will be to ensure that power plants have coal supply for at least 22 days henceforth.
About 50% of Coal India’s receivables from power companies, estimated at Rs 9,000 crore, are from four stateowned companies, its executives said.
State-run Coal India (CIL) revved up fuel supplies to power plants by 14.4 per cent to 40.30 million tonnes in April compared to the same month last year ahead of the monsoon season, according to an official.
State-run miner Coal India Ltd (CIL) increased supplies to power sector by 14 per cent on the back of a 17 per cent rise in production and a 13 per cent growth in sales during April 2018.
To ensure smooth operations, CIL management put a multi-pronged plan into action at all company mines in the wake of yesterday’s protest call given by trade union CITU against commercial mining, the government today said.
Coal India (CIL) reported 7% growth in coal supply to the power sector during FY18; yet, coal stocks at operational thermal power plants have remained low at only 10 days of requirement.
The Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI) has identified 30 new coal mining projects that can add to the annual production capacity of Coal India Limited (CIL) by 100 million tonnes.