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Coal India will continue to be dominant player in coal sector, despite competition: Chairman

Coal India Ltd (CIL) will continue to be a dominant player in the coal sector even as it faces competition from private players, said Chairman Pramod Agrawal

Coal India ups output 20% in H1 FY23, surpasses offtake target

Maintaining the double digit growth streak, state-run Coal India Ltd (CIL) closed the first half of the current fiscal producing 299 MT

CIL awards contract to PT Bara Daya Energy to import 7.91 LT coal for gencos: Sources

CIL has awarded the contract for importing 7.91 LTs of coal for supplying to gencos during August-September to PT Bara Daya Energy, said sources

Coal India braced up to meet committed coal supplies to power sector: Chairman

Coal India Chairman Pramod Agrawal has said that the PSU is braced up to meet its part of committed coal supplies to the power sector in the coming months

There would be no power cuts due to coal shortage: Joshi

Coal minister Pralhad Joshi has assured that there would be no power cuts in the country from now onwards due to coal shortage

Lack of coordination among ministries responsible for coal shortage, says AIPEF

Synopsis: The power outages across the country due to coal shortage are due to the lack of coordination amongst the coal ministry, railway ministry and power ministry, said Shailendra Dubey, the Chairman of All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF)

States resorting to load shedding due to huge unpaid bills for coal supplies: RK Singh

Synopsis: Minister for Power RK Singh has said that power outages in some states, mostly Opposition-ruled, are of their own making and there is enough capacity in the system to meet the increased power demand

Power sector dues payable to Coal India down by 18% to Rs 12,272.41 crore

Synopsis: The total outstanding dues payable by the power sector to Coal India Ltd (CIL), which had been hovering around Rs 15,000 crore for the past several months, has come down by 18.4 percent to settle at Rs 12,272.41 crore at the end of FY22 (March 2022), government data showed

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

Coal India’s FY22 despatch so far exceeds total supplies logged in FY21

Synopsis: With almost a month-and-a-half remaining before FY22 draws to an end, Coal India Limited (CIL), as of February 16, has already raced ahead of the total coal despatch of FY21, the coal miner said

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