New Delhi: The government today said it has decided to allot 11 mines to Coal India Ltd (CIL) which will add about 225 million tonnes (MT) to the state-owned firm’s annual production capacity by 2022.
VIJAYAWADA: Coal India’s decision to impose a charge of Rs 50 per tonne of coal on all customers except those who are availing its “rapid loading” facility, has put both Genco and Tranco in a spot. With this imposition, Genco has to spend more on the coal. Transco anyway has been paying more than Rs…
Sydney: India’s Adani Enterprises Ltd faces a likely block on a A$900 million ($684 million) government loan to help build a giant coal mine in Australia, with the left-leaning Labor Party on track for re-election in a state poll.
Oslo: The world’s 250 biggest listed companies account for a third of all man-made greenhouse gas emissions yet few have strong goals to limit rising temperatures, a study showed on Tuesday.
Hyderabad: The state government has exempted from its Social Impact Assessment (SIA) study for land acquisition required for coal mining projects to meet the coal requirement of Kakatiya thermal power plant.
New Delhi: Coal Minister Piyush Goyal on Tuesday said his ministry is taking urgent steps to ensure coal supplies to power stations stabilise by month end or early October.
New Delhi: India’s coal import in the first quarter of this fiscal declined by 8 per cent to 52.74 million tonnes (MT) over 57.38 MT in the year-ago period.
Malappuram: The Gas Authority of India Limited has almost completed the preliminary survey to lay the pipeline in the district amid protests from local residents. GAIL officials have said that no building or house would be razed for the project. The land acquisition was completed in 2014 under the Right of User (RoU) basis through…
New Delhi: A careful assessment of coal demand for power sector is needed so that the over USD 1 billion annual investment plan by CIL for raising its production capacity to 1 billion tonne is not stranded, the government think tank Niti Aayog has said.
New Delhi: The government today said that despite being rich in coal reserves, the country has to import the fossil fuel for power plants with an installed capacity of 83,100 MW which are designed to feed on imported coal.