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CIL ends FY22 with record high coal production, offtake, targets 700 MT in FY23

Synopsis: State-run Coal India Limited (CIL) has ended FY22, scripting a historic high in coal production, offtake and coal despatch to power plants and is targeting to meet coal output and offtake of 700 MT in FY23, said CIL in a statement

CIL records 64.3 MT coal production in Feb, expects to close FY22 with highest-ever output

Synopsis: Stepping up its output tempo, Coal India Limited (CIL) has produced 64.3 million tonnes (MT) of coal in February, which is higher by 2.4 MT in comparison to 61.9 MT recorded in the corresponding month a year ago

CIL supplies 83 MT more coal to power sector in April-January period of FY22

Coal India Ltd's (CIL) supplies to coal-fired power plants of the country has raced ahead to 441.4 million tonnes (MT) during April-January period of FY22

Coal India records highest ever coal-offtake in July, ups output and OBR

In July, Coal India Limited (CIL) has achieved its highest-ever coal off-take, production and over burden removal (OBR) since the company’s inception 46 years ago

Coal demand from power sector pushes CIL’s coal offtake to its highest-ever in May

CIL has scripted the highest-ever coal off-take of 55 Million Tonnes (MTs) for the month of May on account of revival in coal demand from power sector

Despite 5,400 COVID positive employees, CIL posts y-o-y growth in April coal offtake

CIL’s coal offtake climbed to 54.1 MTs in April even as the COVID-19 spread afflicted over 5,400 company employees and their families

CIL curbs coal imports by 90 MT in FY21; registers all time high auction bookings

At the end of Covid-clouded FY21 and amid output and off-take challenges, CIL’s silver lining came in the form of a decline in coal imports to the tune of 90 MT

Coal India’s coal production jumps 13% in December, coal offtake up 2.41%

Coal India Ltd’s (CIL) coal production has registered a jump of 13 percent in December 2020 in comparison to November 2020

Power sector dues to CIL rise by 3.33% in Nov to Rs 23,335.23 cr

The outstanding dues owed by power sector to Coal India Ltd (CIL) has increased by 3.33 percent to Rs 23,335.23 crore in November

CIL posts 8% off-take growth in Nov on back of demand from non-power sector

Spurred by increased appetite for coal from non-power sector, Coal India’s (CIL) overall off-take went up by 8 percent during November

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