S Narsing Rao, Chairman and Managing Director of Coal India (CIL) informed that the state-run miner is in the process of restoring full supply of coal to NTPC.
CIL is looking into some pending repair and maintenance issues and once that is done it would restore 100 per cent supply of coal, CIL said.
It may be recalled that Eastern Coalfields (ECL), the subsidiary of CIL, earlier threatened to snap coal supplies to NTPC after the power producer refused to pay for the fuel.
NTPC denied payment for coal on grounds that the quality of the fuel supplied was not up to its satisfaction.
With the union coal ministry intervening in the matter, CIL restored 50 per cent supplies pending resolution of the issue. In order to find an amicable solution to the crisis, the heads of the two state run companies met the Coal Secretary SK Srivastava.
Both CIL and NTPC are discussing ways to resolve the issue of pending dues of over Rs 2,000 crore which the latter owes to the former.
ECL officials had earlier said NTPC had made payments of Rs 150 crore against their dues of Rs 1,000 crore. ECL had stopped coal supply to NTPC from January 1 but later agreed to joint sampling and resumed supply.
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