Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd (MCL) on Sunday said it will more than double production to 300 million tonne by 2026 with long-term planning and inclusion of new technology.
Adani Enterprises’ Carmichael coal mine in Australia is assuming mythical status way out of proportion to its actual significance, even before meaningful construction starts on the controversial project.
Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd (MCL) on Sunday said it will more than double production to 300 million tonne by 2026 with long-term planning and inclusion of new technology. “We are into a long-term planning to ensure that mining operations remain smooth to register cosistent growth
Coal imports rose by 9.5 per cent to 18.33 million tonnes (MT) in September, after having registered year-on-year decline for five months in a row, as some power plants faced fuel shortages.
State-run Coal India has decided to offer 21.5% additional coal this fiscal to power generators through forward e-auctions, while it will reduce offerings in the spot auction market from 2018-19 level by almost 4%.
The Narendra Modi government took charge last month for a second term – but it is confronted with the same crisis in the power sector that it did five years ago. Perhaps, the only positive sign is that coal, which is a major component in driving power generation,
Billionaire Gautam Adani-led Adani Group can finally start work on its Carmichael coal mine project in Australia, as it has received the last of the approvals needed to commence work.
Seven fund management firms have shown interest in managing the Coal Mines Provident Fund Organisation’s Rs 1.06 lakh crore investible corpus, the commission for which is expected to be at least Rs 100 crore annually.
Adani Enterprises on Thursday received the go-ahead to start construction of a controversial coal mine in outback Australia, after its state government approved a final permit on ground water management.
Trade unions at Poland’s state-run JSW plan to protest in front of the energy ministry building in Warsaw on Tuesday against the expected dismissal of Daniel Ozon, the chief executive at the coking coal miner.