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Flat 14% royalty will give coal-rich states Rs 1k cr more

Apr 12, 2012

Flat 14% royalty will give coal-rich states Rs 1k cr more

India, the world's third-largest coal producer, last raised royalties in 2007. Royalty costs are passed on to consumers such as power stations and steel plants. Coal India is the country's biggest producer, accounting for 80 percent of total production. #India #coal #NewsTracker #coal india #coal producer #Major coal producing regions
Is Coal India's fuel supply pact finally set for take-off?

Mar 29, 2012

Is Coal India's fuel supply pact finally set for take-off?

A contentious clause in the model Coal India agreement is in the final stage of completion. #Business/Finance #NewsTracker #Coal India Limited #coal producer
Coal India's Q3 profit rises by 54% to 4,037 cr

Feb 13, 2012

Coal India's Q3 profit rises by 54% to 4,037 cr

The consolidated total income rose to Rs 17,205.1 crore from Rs 13,937.4 crore for the quarter ended 31 December, 2010. #Business/Finance #coal india #Q3 Results #coal producer

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Coal India's Q3 profit rises by 54% to 4,037 cr

Jul 08, 2014

Yorkshire carbon capture power plant gets EU funding

New power plant at Drax, whose carbon emissions will be trapped in the North Sea, will produce enough energy to fuel 630,000 homes Drax, the operator of Britain's biggest power station, has secured up to 300m (£238m) of European Union funding to buil... #European Union #United Kingdom
Coal India's Q3 profit rises by 54% to 4,037 cr

Jun 17, 2014

German beermakers look like winning their battle to stop fracking

ExxonMobil test drilling makes brewers fear for their livelihoods, but others see fracking as alternative to coal and nuclear energy "Germany is a beer nation: if their beer has no flavour, people will mount the barricades," says Friederike Borchert.... #India #ExxonMobil #Germany #Europe
Coal India's Q3 profit rises by 54% to 4,037 cr

Jul 06, 2014

Political Protest Or Just Blowing Smoke? Anti-Environmentalists Are Now 'Rolling Coal'

Anti-environmentalists have found a new medium for exhausting their anger: exhaust. Literally. Some truck enthusiasts are intentionally producing copious amounts of diesel exhaust, spewing black smoke into the air as a form of political protest. It's... #India #ExxonMobil #Germany #Europe
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