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Coal reserves in India rises to 121 bn t
April 2013
According to a report by the Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI), the country's coal resources rose 3 billion tonne (bn t) to 121 bn t in 2012-13 from the previous year. CMPDI, which is one of the two subsidiaries of the Coal India (CIL) operating in Jharkhand, posted a growth of 13 percent in drilling, compared to the previous fiscal year
CMPDI planned to implement 700 projects
March 2013
Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI), which is a subsidiary of Coal India (CIL), planned to implement about 700 projects for an additional production capacity of over 500 million tonne of coal per annum.
CMPDI planned to implement 700 projects
March 2013
Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI), which is a subsidiary of Coal India (CIL), planned to implement about 700 projects for an additional production capacity of over 500 million tonne of coal per annum.
Govt panel on PPP for coal sector to submit report in a month
March 2013
Government sources informed that the committee set up to formulate a policy on public-private partnership framework in the coal sector may submit its report within a month. The committee would be serviced by Central Mine Planning & Design Institute (CMPDI) and would devise a PPP policy framework in order to increase production of coal, sources said
Govt panel on PPP for coal sector to submit report in a month
March 2013
Government sources informed that the committee set up to formulate a policy on public-private partnership framework in the coal sector may submit its report within a month. The committee would be serviced by Central Mine Planning & Design Institute (CMPDI) and would devise a PPP policy framework in order to increase production of coal, sources said
Govt may allocate coal blocks without setting reserve price
January 2013
With the Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI) going slow on exploration of the coal blocks which are proposed to be allocated to companies, coal ministry plans to offer some of the blocks without setting reserve price. The calculation of the reserve price would be based on the estimate of reserves made in the geological repo
Govt may allocate coal blocks without setting reserve price
January 2013
With the Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI) going slow on exploration of the coal blocks which are proposed to be allocated to companies, coal ministry plans to offer some of the blocks without setting reserve price. The calculation of the reserve price would be based on the estimate of reserves made in the geological repo
Coal ministry plans to set up technical panel
January 2013
Union coal ministry proposes to constitute a technical committee, under the chairmanship of Adviser Ministry of Coal, for identifying new coal or lignite blocks for offer with the approval of competent authority. The panel would consist of seven members from Coal India (CIL) and Central Mine Planning & Design Institute among others. The committee would identify coal blocks from the list of ex
Govt could auction only 6 explored blocks
January 2013
Reports suggest that the government would be able to auction only six coal blocks out of the 12 coal blocks explored so far. It may be recalled that the government identified 54 coal mines for allocating through auction and government dispensation route. Of these, only 12 have been explored so far
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