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Highest Growth Conventional Fuel Company in Public Sector - Coal India
December 2017
Coal India is a state-controlled coal mining company. It is the largest coal producer in the world. Founded in 1975, it produces over 84 per cent of coal in India.
Coal India to give up three-fourths of Mozambique mine
August 2015
Coal India said it has decided to relinquish about three-fourths of a coal mine it was allotted in Mozambique.
Coal India assesses mines in Mozambique
October 2014
As part of the drive to ramp up production, Coal India Ltd is assessing the reserves at its twin mines in Mozambique. "A geological report is under preparation based on the outcome of the exploration programme carried out so far," CIL said in its annual report. Coal India Africana Limitada, a CIL subsidiary in Mozambique
The immediate need of the hour is to increase coal production and off-take as well
January 2013
Rising demand of coal due to power generation capacity addition in the country has alarmed the private as well as government bodies to ensure coal availability. Around 78% of our entire coal off-take is catered to power utilities in the country. India has an installed power generation capacity of 207,876 MW and plans to add around 88,573 MW during XII Five Year Plan (2011-12 to 2016-17).
The immediate need of the hour is to increase coal production and off-take as well
January 2013
Rising demand of coal due to power generation capacity addition in the country has alarmed the private as well as government bodies to ensure coal availability. Around 78% of our entire coal off-take is catered to power utilities in the country. India has an installed power generation capacity of 207,876 MW and plans to add around 88,573 MW during XII Five Year Plan (2011-12 to 2016-17).
CIL arm works on Mozambique block
November 2012
Coal India Africana Limitada, the African subsidiary of Coal India (CIL), is said to be undertaking exploration work in one of the two coal blocks in Mozambique. S Narsing Rao, Chairman and Managing Director of CIL is quoted as saying that the company would move on to the second phase of exploration depending on the results of the first exploratory phase
CIL arm works on Mozambique block
November 2012
Coal India Africana Limitada, the African subsidiary of Coal India (CIL), is said to be undertaking exploration work in one of the two coal blocks in Mozambique. S Narsing Rao, Chairman and Managing Director of CIL is quoted as saying that the company would move on to the second phase of exploration depending on the results of the first exploratory phase
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