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116 Coal Blocks Assigned to CIL

Comments Off | 12-19-2012

In addition to the existing mines/coal bearing areas with Coal India Limited (CIL), Ministry of Coal in May 2012 has tentatively assigned 116 coal blocks to CIL. Further, three coal blocks viz. Brahmini, Chichro Pastimal and East of Damogoria from the de-allocated coal blocks have been assigned to CIL for undertaking mining. Coal India Limited

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Allocation of Coal Blocks

Comments Off | 11-27-2012

The Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2010 has been notified in Gazette of India (Extraordinary) on 9th September, 2010 to provide for grant of reconnaissance permit, prospecting license or mining lease in respect of an area containing coal and lignite through auction by competitive bidding, on such terms and conditions as may

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New System of Coal Grading from January 2012

Comments Off | 12-31-2011

The Ministry of Coal is migrating to Gross Calorific Value (GCV) based grading system fro non-coking coals from the existing Useful Heat Value (UHV) based system with effect from 1st January 2012 which is an international practice. The new system is being introduced based on the recommendations of the Integrated Energy Policy Committee and the

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Demand for Imported Coal in India

Comments Off | 11-29-2011

Under the present import policy of the Government, Coal is placed under Open General Licence (OGL) and can be freely imported by anyone in the country on payment of applicable import duty.  During the process of formulation of Annual Plan, Ministry of Coal/Planning Commission assesses the overall demand of the country and finalises the supply

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India- Australia Discuss Bilateral Cooperation in Coal Sector

Comments Off | 11-10-2011

India and Australia would further explore the possibilities to increase bilateral cooperation and collaboration in coal sector which will include transfer of technology for underground mining and facilitating invest in Indian coal sector. This was decided in a meeting held between Shri Sriprakash Jaiswal, Minister of Coal and Australian Minister for Resources and Energy and

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