Maharashtra energy minister says state facing 4,000 MW power shortage, blames Coal India for supply crunch
The Congress minister also accused Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd and JSW of not supplying power to Maharashtra despite having agreements to this effect
The shortages have stoked fears of potential black-outs in parts of India, where 70 percent of power is generated from coal
The latest report on coal stocks for power plants from the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) also showed that 25 such power plants had coal stocks for less than seven days as on 3 October.
The board will try declaring another round of dividend but it is expected to be less than two interim dividends of Rs 7.5 and Rs 5 on each share of Rs 10 each, sources said
The top five gainers were Tata Motors, M&M, Wipro, Adani Ports and NTPC, while the top losers were ONGC, HDFC, Dr Reddy’s Labs, Coal India and Power Grid Corp
The Assam forest department has slapped a penalty of Rs 43.25 crore on PSU major Coal India Ltd for carrying out "illegal mining" inside a reserve forest for 16 years from 2003, officials said on Wednesday
Coal ministry announces steps to boost demand for dry fuel; extends relief measures for Coal India consumers
Coal minister Pralhad Joshi announced several relief measures for consumers of Coal India, including the power sector, in the wake of situation arising from coronavirus.
Coal India Ltd has offered deferred payment facility to both power and non-power consumers to provide relief and help improve their liquidity during the lockdown imposed by the government to contain coronavirus infection
Govt wants power plants to keep buying coal despite weak demand; electricity consumption slumps 21% in first two weeks of lockdown
Power plants buying coal now is crucial for Coal India, as the state-run company’s production and supply capabilities are at their peak.
Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL), a subsidiary of Coal India, has slashed the coal auction floor price of specific mines by 10 percent, a statement said
Coal India, which accounts for over 80 percent of domestic coal output, had set an ambitious target of 660 million tonnes of production for 2019-20.
State-owned CIL has asked its subsidiaries to take proactive steps to prevent the spread of coronavirus
Sensex surges over 400 points in early trade in line with Asian peers; Bharti Infra, Coal India among top gainers
Starting off on a higher note, the Sensex further gained strength as the trade progressed and quoted at 41,302.80, a rise of 408.42 points or 1 percent
Coal India will exceed last year's production figures of 606.9 million tonne in current fiscal: Official
Despite coal production being hampered at Dipka mines due to prolonged rains, Coal India Ltd will exceed last year's production figures, a top coal ministry official said here on Tuesday
Bharat Bandh 2020: Banking services impacted in several states as nationwide trade union strike advances
Bank employees have extended support to the Bharat Bandh call given by 10 central trade unions, AIBEA general secretary CH Venkatachalam said.
Coal allocation by CIL to power sector under e-auction drops 23% to 16.95 million tonnes in April-November
State-owned Coal India allocated 16.95 million tonnes (MT) of the dry fuel under special forward e-auction to the power sector in the April-November period of this fiscal, down 22.6 percent over the year-ago period
Reliance Industries topples Indian Oil Corporation to become country's largest company in Fortune India 500 list
Boosted by its consumer-facing businesses like organised retail and telecom, Reliance Industries ended state-owned Indian Oil Corporation's (IOC) 10-year reign as India's largest company, topping the Fortune India 500 list
Miners lobbying against govt proposal to link new coal index to international prices; fear move will dent local coal’s competitiveness
Indian miners are lobbying against a government proposal to link a new coal index to international prices, which could delay creation of the index
'Complete strike' at Coal India, Singareni mines against Centre's decision to allow 100% FDI, claim trade unions
Trade unions on Tuesday claimed that production and dispatch has come to a "complete halt" at the mines of Coal India Ltd and Singareni Collieries Company Ltd, owing to the one-day strike against the Centre's decision to allow 100 percent FDI in coal mining
100% FDI in coal mining: CIL output likely to be hit as workers' unions call for one-day strike today
Coal India produces around 2 million tonne of coal a day and the state-run miner accounts for over 80% of the country's coal production.