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Welcome to Ministry of Coal Welcome to the website of Ministry of Coal, Government of India.. Our goal is to secure availability of coal to meet the demand of various sectors of the economy in an eco-friendly, sustainable and cost effective manner.

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Ministry of Coal: India gets no bids for two-fifths of

2 天前 · CHENNAI: India received no bids for 15 of the 38 mines to be auctioned as a part of its plan to open up coal mining to private companies, reflecting little investor appetite for the sector clouded by environmental concerns and low margins. "A total number of 82 bids from 46 companies have been received off-line/physically in the office of the nominated authority for 23 coal mines/blocks," the

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Acts Rules & Policies Ministry of Coal, Government

The Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015: 4. The Coal India (Regulation of Transfers and Validation) Act, 2000: 5. The Coal Mines (Conservation and Development) Act, 1974: 6. The Coal Grading Board (Repeal) Act, 1959: 7. The Coal Bearing Areas (Acquisition and Development) Act, 1957: 8. The Coal Mines Provident Fund and Miscellaneous

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Commercial Coal Mining In India: Will The Eagles Dare?

Commercial mining would also bring a sea-change to the way coal is handled and transacted in the country. In a duopoly situation, it’s a sellers’ market and the onesidedness of the transactions is seen in the Fuel Supply Agreements that Coal India and Singareni Collieries sign with its customers.

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PM Modi opens coal mining to private sector Reuters

Modi said India will spend 500 billion rupees ($6.6 billion) “for creating infrastructures around coal mining,” adding the country was targeting gasification of 100 million tonnes of coal by 2030.

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Coal Ministry revises list of coal blocks to be

2020-9-3 · The Coal Ministry on Thursday said it has revised the list of mines to be auctioned for commercial mining and now 38 blocks would go under the hammer instead of

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Real estate, pharma firms among winners of India's

Real estate, infrastructure and pharmaceutical companies were among the winners of India's first coal mine auctions open to the private sector without restrictions on end-use, the government said

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Former Union minister Dilip Ray gets 3 Times of

2020-10-26 · The CIL told the coal ministry that mining in the abandoned Brahmadiha area filled with water would pose a threat to nearby other coal mining areas of Central Coal Fields where underground mining

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India gets no bids for two-fifths of coal mines up for

India received no bids for 15 of the 38 mines to be auctioned as a part of its plan to open up coal mining to private companies, reflecting little investor appetite for the sector clouded by

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Foreign firms shun Indian coal mine auctions, 40% of

India has received no bids for 15 of 38 coal mines it is auctioning to attract private investment, reflecting little appetite for the sector clouded by environmental concerns and low margins.

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Commercial mining: Government re-invites bids for 4

2020-12-13 · The auction of blocks for commercial mining has opened India's coal sector to private players. The coal ministry has again invited bids for four coal

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India’s environment ministry approves 10 coal mining

2020-1-9 · The ministry has also cleared four coal washeries. Credit: Pixabay/PublicDomainPictures. India’s environment ministry has given approval to 10 coal mining projects that will have a total production capacity of 160 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa). The ministry has also cleared four coal washeries that will have a capacity to handle 31Mtpa.

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Commercial mining: Govt. re-invites bids for 4 coal

2020-12-13 · The Coal Ministry has again invited bids for four coal blocks for which the tender process was annulled in the first round of auction for commercial mining, as the number of technically qualified

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Commercial coal mining to modernize India’s coal

The Mineral Laws Amendment Ordinance 2020 provides for no technical and financial eligibility criteria to participate in the coal auctions. Coal ministry official New Delhi: Commercial mining of coal will be a crucial step in modernising the coal sector and achieving the target of making India a $5 trillion economy soon, V K Tiwari, Additional Secretary in the coal ministry has said.

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Indian ministry to stop thermal coal imports from FY24

Indian Coal Ministry has announced that the government will stop the import of thermal coal from the 2023-2024 financial year (FY). As part of a two-day national workshop called Chintan Shivir in Gujarat, Union Minister of Coal and Mines Pralhad Joshi said that the government wants to transition the substitutable shortfall by 2023-2024.

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India Decisively Dismantles 47 Years Of State

According to estimates by the coal ministry, the commercial mining of these 41 blocks is expected to generate approximately INR 33,000 crore of capital investment in the country over the next five

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Commercial Coal Mining In India Will The Eagles Dare?

Commercial Coal Mining In India Will The Eagles Dare? Coal Insights July 2020 Introduction of commercial mining couldn’t have been timed better and has generated enough curiosity and also serious interest from investors and analysts’ community across the globe. Sumit Maitra “There is interest also from nontraditional business companies who weren’t there in the mining sector previously.

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Countering Coal? Indian Mining Community

2012-6-1 · With the gradual establishment of a nationalised coal mining sector, most of the coal mining in India has historically concentrated on feeding the domestic demand. The coal reserves of India up to the depth of 1200 meters have been estimated by the Geological Survey of India

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Coal mining: Govt to ease revenue share, prior

The coal ministry also said that it is developing a ‘National Coal Index’ to fix the price of coal for commercial mining, which would include a weighted combination of monthly prices of coal

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Ministry of Coal Wikipedia

2020-12-8 · The Ministry of Coal is charged with exploration of coal and lignite reserves in India, production, supply, distribution and price of coal through the government-owned corporations Coal India Limited and its subsidiaries, as well as Neyveli Lignite Corporation.. The Ministry of Coal also manages the Union Government's 49 percent equity participation in Singareni Collieries Company, a public

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