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Coal supply from CIL to power sector grows by 11%

Coal supply by CIL to the power sector rose 11 percent to 432.7 million tonne from 390.2 MT in April-December period of current financial year

High coal price to adversely impact profitability of non-ferrous metal companies: ICRA

The high price of coal will adversely impact the profitability of domestic non-ferrous metal companies operating in the aluminium and zinc space, ICRA said

Coal supply situation in Odisha’s non-power sector alarming: Industry body

The Utkal Chamber of Commerce has said that there has been a prolonged coal supply crunch by Coal India and MCL has been ignoring the NPS sector

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

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 crisis still prevails, continues to affect non-power sector: Industry body

The Federation of Indian Mineral Industries (FIMI) has written a letter to the PMO requesting resumption of normal coal supplies by state-run Coal India Ltd (CIL)

CIL e-auction sale up 77% in Apr-Nov; non-power sector continues to show more appetite

Coal India Limited (CIL) has logged a strong 77 percent growth in e-auction sales in April-November of the ongoing fiscal under five windows

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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