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Coal India Ltd

Coal India’s coal supplies to power sector hits record high of 493 MT before fiscal-end

Synopsis: Coal India Ltd's (CIL) supplies to the power sector peaked to a historic high of 493 million tonnes (MT) on March 3 of the ongoing fiscal, breaching the previous high of 491.5 MT that the Maharatna coal miner recorded in FY19

MCL achieves rare milestone of 150 MT coal production

Synopsis: State-run Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) has crossed 150 million tonne (MT) coal production in a record time of 11 months, said an official statement. With this, MCL has joined the coveted club of coal subsidiaries of Coal India Ltd (CIL) which have produced 150 MT coal in a financial year

Govt okays single e-auction regime for power, non-power sector to avail non-linkage coal

Synopsis: The CCEA has approved the offering of all non-linkage coal by coal PSUs to both power and non-power sectors through one e-auction window of Coal India Ltd (CIL) and Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL)

MCL breezes past its highest-ever FY21 coal production 35 days ahead of FY22-end

Synopsis: Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL), the Odisha-based coal producing subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL), has breezed past its highest-ever coal production that it recorded in FY21, 35 days ahead of FY22-end

Change: Women lead the workforce in the most challenging tasks in MCL

15 women are part of the Blasting Crew at Balram opencast project (OCP) of Hingula Area, undertaking a critical job to execute controlled blasting of 12 to 15-tonne explosives daily

Coal price hike most urgent for CIL, survival of certain subsidiaries at stake: Chairman

Synopsis: A price hike has become most urgent for state-run Coal India Ltd (CIL) and without it, the survival of certain CIL subsidiaries is at stake, said Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) Pramod Agrawal

India to be self-sufficient in coal production for thermal power generation by 2024: Secy

Synopsis: India will be self-sufficient in coal production for thermal power generation by 2024, Coal Secretary Dr Anil Kumar Jain told the media after a review meeting at Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL) in Nagpur

Coal India says will step-up coal supply to starved non-power sector further

Synopsis: With more than 37 million tonnes (MT) of coal at its pitheads, Coal India Ltd aims to further step up coal supply to the non-power sector. CIL is currently supplying around 3.4 lakh tonnes of coal per day to non-power consumers

Non-power sector facing coal shortage, industrial units might close if it continues: INTUC

Synopsis: Captive power plants in non-power sectors, including steel and aluminium, are facing an acute coal shortage and if the situation doesn't improve soon, it might lead to the closure of several industrial units, INTUC National General Secretary has said

Coal India considering setting up solar power projects in de-coaled mines

Synopsis: Coal India Ltd (CIL) is considering setting up solar power projects in suitable de-coaled mines. The state-run coal miner has plans to set up 14 rooftop and ground-mounted solar power projects of 3,000 megawatt (MW) capacity by financial year 2023-24 (FY24)

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