State-run Coal India has decided to soon appoint an agency to import coal for its consumers although about 50 companies had agreed; none of them has intimated its commitment, which includes payment
Coal India Ltd, the world's biggest coal miner, has floated a tender for importing 5 million tonnes of coal with an estimated value of work at Rs. 3,000 crore to meet growing domestic demand from power
The coal ministry announced that the six explored blocks, with an estimated reserve of 2 billion tonnes, is likely to be auctioned by March. On Monday coal secretary Sanjay Kumar Srivastava
NTPC Ltd, to start mining from its captive Pakri Barwadih coal block in Jharkhand to produce power. Captive mining is a first for the country’s biggest power generator, which depends on
As per directive from the Ministry, Coal India Limited (CIL) to invite private mining companies to get the defunct coal mines operational and to complete the process by March 2014.
State-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) has signed around 156 fuel supply pacts and the remaining are likely to be signed in due course with power units. According to the new Fuel Supply Agreements (FSAs), Coal
Sadbhav Engineering has been declared the successful bidder (L1) in respect of the bid invited by Bharat Coking Coal Ltd, a subsidiary of Coal India, Dhanbad for the project/work for contract value of Rs. 263.64
State-owned Coal India (CIL), which accounts for 81% of the country's coal production, missed it production target of 464 MT in the last fiscal. It had produced 452.2 MT last fiscal.
Coal India Ltd (CIL) the world’s largest coal miner has earmarked 126 projects to be taken up during the 12th Five Year Plan with an estimated capacity of 438.04 million tonnes, a top official said Wednesday.
State-owned Coal India (CIL) in consultation with the Coal Ministry has recently modified the mine developers and operators (MDOs) model, by which contracts are awarded to private contractors for
Finance Minister P Chidambaram headed ministerial panel on 29 May approved the setting up of a coal regulator with an aim to bring in more transparency and efficiency in coal mining operations. However,
The government said that power companies may secure coal from alternative sources in the absence of sufficient supply of the fuel from state-run Coal India Ltd (CIL).
With the government asking PSUs to invest surplus funds, Coal India Ltd (CIL) has lined up Rs 50,000 crore investment plans for the next five years.
NTPC has posted a strong earnings growth of 29% in the second quarter, however its net sales grew only by 5%.
The public sector undertaking Coal India Ltd (CIL), which holds a near monopoly on coal in India, has witnessed consistently falling output in the last three years due to various factors such as projects struggling to come up for want of assured coal among others.