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Coronavirus Outbreak: India's coal import drops over 27% to 16 MT in March due to restrictions imposed at various ports
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Coronavirus Outbreak: India's coal import drops over 27% to 16 MT in March due to restrictions imposed at various ports

India's coal import in March stood at 15.74 million tonnes (MT), down 27.5 percent over last year, due to restrictions imposed at various ports in the wake of coronavirus outbreak in the country

China, India pull back from Dec coal imports; but domestic utilities, steel makers hike overseas purchase
Business

China, India pull back from Dec coal imports; but domestic utilities, steel makers hike overseas purchase

The authorities in Beijing have told coal traders and utilities they want imports for the whole year to be similar to the 279 million tonnes in 2017.

Govt not to encourage coal import, seeks to hike domestic output: Anil Swarup
Business

Govt not to encourage coal import, seeks to hike domestic output: Anil Swarup

The total volume of imported coal rose to 168.4 million tonnes last fiscal and the government had estimated earlier this year that the domestic shortage would range between 185 and 265 million tonnes by 2016-17.

Indian buyers ditch Indonesian coal orders on rupee slump
Economy

Indian buyers ditch Indonesian coal orders on rupee slump

The fall in purchases from India is forcing Indonesian suppliers to seek other buyers or dump cargoes into the spot market, putting more pressure on international benchmark prices that are already near their lowest in four years.

Indian power firms may import 82 MT coal in 2013-14
Economy

Indian power firms may import 82 MT coal in 2013-14

Coal imports by Indian companies had touched a record of 137.56 MT last fiscal to meet the shortfall.

Now pay more for electricity: CCEA allows power firms to pass on coal costs
Economy

Now pay more for electricity: CCEA allows power firms to pass on coal costs

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved the proposal to boost power generation by using imported coal as domestic output falls short of demand, triggering power cuts in several places.