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Rio Tinto sells Mozambique coal assets to Indian JV for $50 mln

Rio Tinto To Sell Coal Assets to Indian Joint Venture

Rio Tinto has agreed to sell coal assets it bought through its $4 billion acquisition of Riversdale in 2011 for just $50 million to an Indian joint venture, ending its ill-fated venture in Mozambique's coal sector. The sale, to International Coal ... NDTV Profit, 20 hours ago

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A model's naked protest is the least of Adani's challenges in $15 billion Australian coal project

An Australian model's naked protest is the latest in a series of activist demonstrations against the coal mine India's Adani Group is planning to develop in Australia's north Galilee Basin. Concerns abound about the environmental impact of the ...
 Quartz1 day ago Adani advances in Australia! Why not in India?  Money Life18 hours ago Twenty new Coal India projects await clearance  Nerve6 days ago Coal India unit fears output loss in Odisha  Daijiworldcom1 week ago

Coal black market may weigh in @60 mt a year

Every night, about 30 tractors loaded with coal arrive at the edge of a forest in eastern India. A fleet of trucks, engines and lights switched off, is waiting to ferry the cargo to the country’s biggest black market for the fuel in Varanasi. Stolen coal ...
 The Financial Chronicle12 hours ago Stolen coal fuelling Varanasi's underground economy  Livemint.com1 day ago Stolen India Coal Valued at $1.5 Billion Sold Illegally in Modi's Backyard  BusinessWeek1 day ago Stolen India Coal Sold at Black Market in Modi's Backyard  Bloomberg1 day ago
International Mining

Coal India continues to fail with equipment woes, will a shake-up work?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new Indian Government is looking to shake up Coal India Ltd (CIL) with a major restructuring. Basic problems are behind a great deal of the inefficiency at the world's biggest coal miner. For instance, it does not have ...
 International Mining1 day ago Basic equipment flaws undermine Coal India  Reuters India5 days ago Coal India undermined by basic equipment flaws  Sharenet5 days ago IMF cuts global growth outlook; India avoids ratings downgrade  The Financial Chronicle5 days ago

Coalmin cold to CIL stake sale

Summary The government's disinvestment plan, which depends heavily on a proposed 10% sale of its equity in Coal India (CIL), could face a hurdle with the coal ministry being ambivalent to the proposal. The government's disinvestment ...
 Financial Express1 day ago Coal Ministry non committal on CIL divestment over fears of unions stir threat  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago SAIL stake sale in September  The Statesman1 week ago DoD plans SAIL stake sale in Sept; ONGC, power companies to follow  Indian Oil & Gas1 week ago
Mining Weekly

CIL plans price hike to offset burden of clean energy cess

KOLKATA ( Indian major Coal India Limited (CIL) was planning to hike its prices for domestic supplies within the next month. According to a company official, the CIL board of directors would be meeting in August to finalise the ...
 Mining Weekly1 day ago Coal India likely to hike prices next month on the back of higher cess  Business Standard2 weeks ago Clean energy cess hiked to Rs100/tn;CIL to pay upto Rs5200cr  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Bid to hasten Coal India selloff

The government is looking to deliberate next month on a possible selloff in Coal India. It has already lined up sales in a clutch of PSUs, including Steel Authority of India Limited and ONGC, through the offer for sale route. The steel giant is likely to sell ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago
Coal Investing News

Indian Coal-Fired Plants Running Out of Stock

, 10:39am PDT Reuters reported today that according to India's state run NTPC (NSE:NTPC), six of the country's coal fired power plants could not handle even a small supply disruption due to low coal stocks.NTPC Chairman Arup Roy Choudhury told ...
 Coal Investing News1 week ago Govt says 25 power plants have less than four days of coal stock  Livemint.com1 week ago 25 of 100 power plants have less than 4 days coal stock: Govt  Rediff.com1 week ago 25 power plants running with coal stocks to last less than 4 days  Siasat Daily1 week ago

Target of Coal Production

The production target of Coal India Limited for 2014-15 is 507 MT. This was stated by Sh. Piyush Goyal, (Minister of state for Power, Coal & New and Renewable Energy (Independent Charge) in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha today.
 Noodls5 days ago Environment Minister Ticks Off On One Of World's Largest Coal Mines  New Matilda2 days ago MINISTRY OF COAL OF REPUBLIC OF INDIA : Coal Ministry Constitutes a New Inter-Ministerial Task Force to Review Rationalization of Linkages  4 Traders5 days ago Task Force Set up to Rationalization of Coal Linkages  Noodls5 days ago

Sail,Coal India to lead government's divestment push

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 Business Standard1 week ago Will the govt hit its stake sale target this time?  Smart Investor2 days ago Sail, Coal India to lead govt's divestment push  Business Standard India6 days ago Govt's stake sale plans set for a Diwali boost  Smart Investor1 week ago
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