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.
The government had earlier set a target of 1 billion tonnes of coal output by FY2019-20 for Coal India.
“Consequent upon the outcome of Paris Protocol on climate change and changes in the environmental paradigm and coal demand, there was an urgent need of revisiting the 1 billion tonnes programme,” CIL said in its Annual Report 2017-18. Read More
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