Data released by Interocean shows that the port of Mundra, operated by Adani Group, received the highest volume of imported coal at 3.48 million tonne during May.
Interocean Group is a New Delhi- based shipping firm.
The eastern ports of Krishnapatnam, Paradip and Gangavaram handled 1.71 million, 1.31 million and 1.12 million tonne of imported coal respectively during the month.
During the month, India, the world’s third-largest coal consumer, imported 43 percent more of the fuel than a year ago on increased demand from power stations and steelmakers, reports indicate.
Adani Enterprises, Tata Group, JSW Group and Steel Authority of India were among buyers who received 16.77 million tonne of coal, from 11.75 million in the same month last year, data from the group shows.
This included 13.39 million tonne of steam coal and 3.38 million of coking coal at 23 ports.
With 11.76 million tonne, Indonesia was the biggest source of coal imports, data shows. Australia supplied 2.85 million tonne and South Africa exported 1.73 million.
India imported 289,183 tonne of the fuel from US. New Zealand, Russia and Mozambique shipped 74,076 tonne, 35,000 tonne and 30,416 tonne, respectively.
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