The Supreme Court on Monday rejected pleas to allow transportation of coal by trucks in transit prior to an order which halted it. The Assembly was informed that more than 1,000 cases of illegal coal mining were registered since 2014 across Meghalaya. Last year, the apex court had allowed transportation of extracted and assessed coal […]
The chief executive of the Adani group’s mining arm in Australia has suggested his company could seek a sizeable compensation in case the government there cancels its lease on a $16.5-billion coal mining project in Queensland’s Carmichael. Adani Australia Mining chief executive Lucas Dow made the suggestion before a parliamentary committee reviewing a bill demanding […]
Coal India has posted a 50 per cent rise in net profit in the October-December quarter of 2018-19. Better realisations from the sale of coal both through auction and fuel supply agreements have propelled the earnings of the public sector miner. The consolidated net profit of the public sector miner for the quarter was Rs […]
The irregular supply of coal from Meghalaya to south Assam’s Barak Valley has hampered production in tea gardens.
The board of directors of Coal India is set to meet on Monday to consider and approve a share buyback.
The Indian Navy has tweeted that the body of one Meghalaya miner has been found 160-foot-deep in the rat hole mine where 15 miners were stuck since December 13.
The mining accident in Meghalaya, where 15 coal diggers are missing since December 13, has brought to the fore how inextricably important coal is to the people and lawmakers of the state.
The Meghalaya government has decided to rein in illegal coal mines across the mining districts by forming joint teams of the police, mining and geology and transport departments.
The Indian government is in talks with India-born Australian scientist Veena Sahajwalla of the University of New South Wales to bring in green technology to make steel, which could reduce coal use.
Indian energy giant Adani announced on Thursday that it will self-finance its controversial coal mine in Australia.
A reduction in the import of coking coal is a challenge before the country’s steel players in meeting the target production of 300 million tonnes by 2030-31.
Higher sales and a better realisation have powered the earnings of Coal India for the quarter ended September 30, 2018. The consolidated net profit of the public sector miner for the quarter was Rs 3,084.70 crore against Rs 370.43 crore in the corresponding quarter previous year.