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Coal supplies to power sector predicted to be comfortable
June 2013
In this fiscal, slower growth in coal demand by the power sector and higher level of supplies may keep domestic coal availability comfortable, say industry sources.
Power Today, FSA, CIL, PPA
CIL could meet fuel needs without importing
May 2013
Coal India (CIL) could meet the fuel requirements of power companies without resorting to imports in 2012-14 because of subdued demand and higher off-take from its mines, reports indicate. Compared to initial estimates, demand for coal from power producers grew slower and also there was a 7.4 per cent rise in supplies (off-take). These factors helped CIL to fulfil its supply commitments (80 per cent for new stati
CIL could meet fuel needs without importing
May 2013
Coal India (CIL) could meet the fuel requirements of power companies without resorting to imports in 2012-14 because of subdued demand and higher off-take from its mines, reports indicate. Compared to initial estimates, demand for coal from power producers grew slower and also there was a 7.4 per cent rise in supplies (off-take). These factors helped CIL to fulfil its supply commitments (80 per cent for new stati
CIL disinvestment in the offing
May 2013
Investment analysts expect the government to launch dilute its stake holding in Coal India (CIL) to 80 percent from the current 90 percent by August or September 2013. They expect the government to mop up around Rs 19,000 crore through equity dilution. The success of the share sale would depend on investors' perception of the comp
CIL disinvestment in the offing
May 2013
Investment analysts expect the government to launch dilute its stake holding in Coal India (CIL) to 80 percent from the current 90 percent by August or September 2013. They expect the government to mop up around Rs 19,000 crore through equity dilution. The success of the share sale would depend on investors' perception of the comp
Power plants may avoid import coal due to high cost
May 2013
Owing to high cost of imported coal, not all the new power projects for which the government mandated Coal India (CIL) to supply imported coal would buy the same, agency reports indicate. Sources from the union power ministry informed a news agency that less than 10 percent of the 36,000 mw capacity projects for which the government has man
Power plants may avoid import coal due to high cost
May 2013
Owing to high cost of imported coal, not all the new power projects for which the government mandated Coal India (CIL) to supply imported coal would buy the same, agency reports indicate. Sources from the union power ministry informed a news agency that less than 10 percent of the 36,000 mw capacity projects for which the government has man
Ministerial group monitors coal supply to power plants
May 2013
An inter-ministerial sub-group is monitoring coal supplies to power producers regularly, Minister of State for Coal Pratik PrakashBapu Patil informed the Lok Sabha. The sub-group, comprising representatives of Ministry of Power, Ministry of Coal and Ministry of Railways, takes various operational decisions for smooth coal
Ministerial group monitors coal supply to power plants
May 2013
An inter-ministerial sub-group is monitoring coal supplies to power producers regularly, Minister of State for Coal Pratik PrakashBapu Patil informed the Lok Sabha. The sub-group, comprising representatives of Ministry of Power, Ministry of Coal and Ministry of Railways, takes various operational decisions for smooth coal
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