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Commercial coal mining in India: A possible but not ...

01/03/2018  Commercial coal mining in India: A possible but not irrefutable game changer Anurag Sehgal and Rahul Tongia Thursday, March 1, 2018

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Commercial coal mining in India: A possible but not ...

The recent Cabinet decision to open up coal mining to commercial miners, who will now have the freedom to sell coal in the open market, is an interesting development. For decades since its national

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Commercial coal mining in India The Coal Hub

As of the financial year 2016-17, 34 of Coal India Limited’s mining projects were delayed, mainly due to problems in getting forest clearances and land acquisition. Read the rest of the article on the Brookings website (unlocked)

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Commercial mining – not boon but curse – Matters

Indian government’s decision to commercialize/privatize coal mines is an arbitrary and unjust move. On June 18, the central government released a list of 41 coal blocks from all over the country to be auctioned to private companies. This is said to be the panacea for the economic crisis the country is

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Why India’s push for private-sector coal mining

21/07/2020  Commercial coal mining was not allowed until now, and there was only limited private-sector mining for so-termed captive mining, which was

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Commercial Coal Mining in India - GKToday

As of now, there is no commercial mining of coal in the country. They will hold auctions for private firms to mine and sell coal in the near future. We note here that after the government had promulgated the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Ordinance, 2014 in October 2014, there was a strike in the Coal India Ltd (CIL) workers.

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Commercial coal mining: Good news for increased

06/08/2018  The opening of coal sector in India for commercial mining may not be the panacea for increased production. Captive coal production did not meet the targets as envisioned in the 11th and 12th five-year plans, falling short by a huge margin. Earlier this year, the Indian government permitted commercial mining in the coal sector. While the decision was announced only in February 2018, it was long expected. The provision had already been made under the Coal Mines

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OPINION: Why commercial coal mining is a much

25/05/2020  New Delhi: Seeking to lift the long shadow cast by the cancellation of 204 coal blocks by the Supreme Court in August 2014, the Government of India recently announced its intent to permit commercial coal mining in India. Coal mining has remained a government monopoly since 1973. Baby steps were taken in 2015 to open the sector with a few coal mines being auctioned to captive end

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Commercial coal mining is key to Modi's

30/06/2020  Commercial coal mining is projected to provide more than 3 lakh direct and indirect jobs. This will create much-needed employment opportunities in remote rural areas, where labourers have returned after the lockdown. In addition, it is expected that these 41 mines will provide Rs 112 crore annually for the District Mineral Foundation Fund (DMFF).

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India’s plan to revive its flailing economy by

02/08/2020  In June, while launching commercial coal mining in 41 coal mines, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India will turn the Covid-19 crisis into an

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Why India’s push for private-sector coal mining

20/07/2020  Commercial coal mining was not allowed until now, and there was only limited private-sector mining for so-termed captive mining, which was by end-users like power plants or steel factories. Now ...

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Commercial coal mining won't stop Coal India’s

Coal mining New commercial mining policy won’t end Coal India’s monopoly, but might make it more competitive Consumers will compete in a national market for a resource so far allocated ...

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Coal India: Coal India not to give a push to labour ...

Coal India will not start new coal mines which require handing out large scale employment against land acquisition besides investing Rs 1.26 lakh crore till March 2024 in technology upgradation as a strategy for efficiency improvement amid competition from private miners, its chairman Pramod Agrawal said. In an exclusive interview to ET’s Sarita C Singh, he spoke about competition, the ...

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India’s push for more coal to increase methane

In 2020, the Indian government came out with a slew of reforms including commercial coal auctions and eased rules to encourage private coal miners. However, the increase in coal mining is expected to usher a transition that is not going to be fair as it would threaten forests and forest dwellers. The problems faced by mining-affected ...

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Commercial coal mining is key to Modi's

Commercial coal mining is projected to provide more than 3 lakh direct and indirect jobs. This will create much-needed employment opportunities in remote rural areas, where labourers have returned after the lockdown. In addition, it is expected that these 41 mines will provide Rs 112 crore annually for the District Mineral Foundation Fund (DMFF).

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India Unleashing Coal: PM Modi Announces New

India Unleashing Coal: PM Modi Announces New Coal Boom, Privatisation Of Coal Mines. Date: 18/06/20; IANS News Service ; New Delhi: Launching the auction of coal mines for commercial mining, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that the coal sector has finally been pulled out of decades in lockdown and liberated. Noting that India having the fourth largest coal reserves in the

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India launches commercial coal mine auctions

Modi said self-reliance is not possible without a strong mining and mineral sector and added that while introducing coal reforms, the government has been kept in mind that India’s commitment to ...

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India: ‘More steps needed to make commercial

India concluded its first commercial coal mine auctions earlier this month. A total of 19 coal mines spread across Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, and Maharashtra were auctioned ...

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India proposes overhaul of mining sector amid

In its latest endeavour to battle the slowdown in the economy following the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns, the government of India has proposed reforms in the mining sector by amending the Mines and Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957. Experts on the mining sector believe the move is not only regressive and legally untenable but could also impact the rights of tribal ...

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Mining in India: overview Practical Law

These rules aim to ensure that mineral production is not affected by the expiry of existing mining leases. The rules require general exploration (G2) to be carried out by 1 April 2019 for all mining leases (other than coal, lignite and atomic minerals) used for non-captive purposes expiring in March 2020. The amendment also lays down timelines ...

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India: ‘More steps needed to make commercial

Government of India’s decision to open the coal sector to commercial mining is a welcome and bold step. First and foremost, it is a message to state-owned monopolies that now the government is ...

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India’s push for more coal to increase methane

In 2020, the Indian government came out with a slew of reforms including commercial coal auctions and eased rules to encourage private coal miners. However, the increase in coal mining is expected to usher a transition that is not going to be fair as it would threaten forests and forest dwellers. The problems faced by mining-affected communities including pollution, health-related issues and rehabilitation already highlight the harmful impact of unsustainable coal mining

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Commercial coal mining: ‘Govt ... - The Indian

Currently, the CBA Act is used for acquisition of land for use by state-owned coal mining companies, such as Coal India Ltd (CIL). (File) (File) The central government is considering a proposal to acquire land under the Coal Bearing Areas (CBA) Act, 1957 and then lease it to private players to expedite the development of coal blocks allocated for commercial mining, according to senior government officials.

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‘No foreign players will bid in India’s auction of

By Kundan Pandey. Published: Monday 29 June 2020. The Union government opened 41 coal blocks for commercial mining under the Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan — this is the first time private players have been allowed to mine coal for commercial mining purposes in a bid to cushion novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) impact.

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coal: Coal is here to stay despite India's ambitious

15/10/2020  A Coal India official, requesting anonymity as he is not authorised to speak to the media, says commercial mining by the private sector will make the miner more competitive. “But we have seen what has happened with mines auctioned to the private sector. Getting things moving on the ground is

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Lockdown delays commercial coal mining

State-owned Coal India (CIL) dominates commercial mining in India. Government in January issued ordinance that lifted end use restrictions and opens coal sector for commercial mining. A legislation relating to opening up of coal mining has already been passed by Parliament.

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Mining in India: overview Practical Law

Companies with no coal mining or other mining experience can participate in auctions of coal blocks. Further, the amendment removes end-use restrictions on companies producing coal under the CMSPA. The amended provisions, therefore, allow for wider participation in the auction of coal mines for a variety of purposes (such as own consumption or for any other purpose specified by the central government).

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IEEFA update: No foreign players will bid in India’s ...

India’s Union government has opened 41 coal blocks for commercial mining under the Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, a self-reliance program. This measure aims to allow private players to mine coal commercially as part of its effort to cushion the impact of COVID-19. Tim Buckley, IEEFA’s Director of Energy Finance Studies, Australia/South Asia, discussed the plan []

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coal mining: 'Commercial coal mining to stimulate

NEW DELHI: Opening of the coal sector to private players will generate jobs, reduce dependence on fuel import, stimulate the economy and catalyse the country's path towards a USD 5-trillion economy, the industry said on Thursday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the virtual auction process for 41 coal blocks for commercial mining, which is expected to garner Rs 33,000 crore of capital ...

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Coal Rush in India Could Tip Balance on Climate

18/11/2014  But coal mining grew just 6 percent, leading to expensive coal imports, idle plants and widespread blackouts. Nearly 300 million Indians do not have

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Coal India: Coal India not to give a push to labour ...

Coal India will not start new coal mines which require handing out large scale employment against land acquisition besides investing Rs 1.26 lakh crore till March 2024 in technology upgradation as a strategy for efficiency improvement amid competition from private miners, its chairman Pramod Agrawal said. In an exclusive interview to ET’s Sarita C Singh, he spoke about competition, the ...

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How Long Will Coal Remain King in India?

State-owned enterprise Coal India is the largest coal mining company in the world. The coal sector is a major source of revenue for states and the central government. Also, while renewable energy ...

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Commercial coal mining: ‘Govt ... - The Indian

Commercial coal mining: ‘Govt considering land acquisition under CBA Act, then leasing it to pvt miners’ The Centre had, in June, liberalised the bidding norms for coal blocks, announcing an auction of 41 blocks allowing for commercial mining for the first time. By: ENS Economic Bureau New Delhi Updated: August 26, 2020 9:56:22 am. Currently, the CBA Act is used for acquisition of land ...

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IEEFA update: No foreign players will bid in India’s ...

India’s Union government has opened 41 coal blocks for commercial mining under the Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, a self-reliance program. This measure aims to allow private players to mine coal commercially as part of its effort to cushion the impact of COVID-19. Tim Buckley, IEEFA’s Director of Energy Finance Studies, Australia/South Asia, discussed the plan []

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View: India’s miners will be its keepers - The

On June 18, GoI launched commercial coal mining with the first commercial auction.By removing restrictions for participation in bids, investments from across sectors have become possible. Positive sentiments of states have also helped in attracting bidders.Madhya Pradesh had the most number of blocks on offer, accounting for almost 29% and witnessed an almost 73% success rate in bids.

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Coal Mining Policy: Latest News Videos, Photos

21/05/2020  Opening up coal sector not a challenge to Coal India: Chairman Pramod Agrawal 04 Mar, 2021, 09.55 AM IST . When the government is pushing for Atma Nirbharta or self-reliance to reduce coal import dependency with increased indigenous production, we view private sector participation as complementing CIL’s role and not as competing, said CIL chairman Pramod Agrawal. Major Lloyd's

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Coal India to diversify into non-coal mining areas

State-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) is set to diversify into non-coal mining areas as well as make major investments in clean technology in 2021 after demand for the dry fuel remained muted for most ...

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Development of CBM in India: An Overview

Efforts are on to utilize all possible energy resource- renewable, non-renewable, coal based additional resource etc to meet this gigantic target. An ISO 9001Company Coal: Reliable Source for Energy Security in India Coal is the main source of energy in India. At present it meets about 55% of the primary energy requirement of the country. Studies indicate that this situation is likely to ...

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Ministry of Coal, GOI

Commercial Coal Mining will start new era of development in Chhattisgarh: Pralhad Joshi.177.43 KB (31/07/2020) Demise of Any Coal India Employee Due to Covid 19 Will Be Treated as Accidental Death: Shri Pralhad Joshi. 176.82 KB (30/07/2020)

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Safety of Workers in Indian Mines: Study, Analysis,

01/09/2017  The mining industry exists with the well-recognized fact of having the most arduous working environment, in which the safety and health of the worker are always a prime concern. Mining safety has always drawn the attention of researchers working in the field of health and safety. The metal and mining industry of India has recorded a strong ...

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