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The preliminary study on coal washing market in India suggests that investments in coal washeries will increase exponentially in the coming years and host huge opportunities for private players. ...

The preliminary study on coal washing market in India suggests that investments in coal washeries will increase exponentially in the coming years and host huge opportunities for private players. Keeping this view in the backdrop, InfralineEnergy has come up with the report titled “Indian Coal Washing Industry: Present & Future Developments – Key drivers with detailed profiles of coal washeries”. For further details http://www.infraline.com/Reports.aspx?id=242&tlt=Indian-Coal-Washing-Industry---Present--Future-Developments-Key-drivers-with-detailed-profiles-of-Coal-Washeries&sl=Business%20Report%20Series

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Indian Coal Washing Industry - Present & Future Developments Key drivers with detailed profiles of Coal Washeries Indian Coal Washing Industry - Present & Future Developments Key drivers with detailed profiles of Coal Washeries Document Transcript

  • TM Solution Driven InfralineEnergy Publications Indian Coal Washing Industry: Present & Future Developments Key drivers with detailed profiles of Coal Washeries
  • Coal is the key contributor to the Indian energy portfolio. It contributes to nearly half of commercial primary energy demand and one-third of total energy demand of the country. Although, India is one of the leading producers and consumer of coal, Indian coal has high ash content and embedded impurities, which needs washing and blending of coal for improving the quality of Run-of-Mine (ROM) coal. The steel sector needs coking coal with ash content of less than eighteen percent. Washing helps in reducing ash content by seven to eight percent. Quality and environmental concerns are causing a shift towards higher utilization of washed and blended coal. Presently nearly fifty-two commercial washeries with installed capacity of about 131 MTPA are operating in the country. In India, only about twenty percent of the coal produced is washed, as against the global average of over fifty percent. Coking coal preparation has long been in operation in India; however the trend of washing of non coking coal is also being seen. About twenty-three percent of the installed capacity is for coking coal and the rest is for non-coking coal. Further, as per the directives of MoEF, the power stations located at more than 1000 km away from coal mines and those located in sensitive areas are required to use coal containing not more than thirty-four percent of ash on annual average basis. The distance is expected to be reduced to 500 km as per draft notification released by MoEF in July 2012. Washing is carried out to reduce the ash content, and to lower the level of sulphur and unwanted minerals present in coal. Washed coal has higher calorific value than unwashed coal hence usage of washed coal helps in improving efficiency of steel, cement and power plants. Out of total of 104 coal-based thermal power plants, only thirty percent of power plants are using washed coal. Development of coal washeries is not keeping pace with the demand of coal. The preliminary study on coal washery market in India suggests that investment in coal washeries will increase exponentially in the coming years and host huge opportunities for private players. Keeping this view in the backdrop, InfralineEnergy is coming up with the report titled “Indian Coal Washing Industry: Present & Future Developments – Key drivers with detailed profiles of coal washeries”. Figure: PESTEL Analysis of Coal Washery Industry Setting of Coal Washeries Legal Social Government Initiatives and Support Impact on Ecological Factors Policies and Governing Laws Cost Benefit Analysis Impact on local population Presently used and emerging technologies Usage of washed coal and washery rejects ROM Coal The report starts with the snapshot of coal washing industry in India with updated analytical information on coal washeries, global scenario and PESTEL analysis of macro-environment governing coal washeries. The report covers detailed analysis and profiling of more than seventy-five existing and upcoming coal washery projects developed by central, state and private sector players.  A typical project profile gives information about promoter details, technological overview, description of coal supply linkage, development status, end-user plant status and other details. The report also includes profiles of major coal washery developers and equipment suppliers. The report would serve as an investment and information advantage to tap the future opportunities. The prospective business entities can formulate their plans, devise strategies and take proactive measures to position themselves suitably in the market. Indian Coal Washing Industry Key Highlights ƒƒ Overview of Global scenario in coal washing ƒƒ PESTEL framework analysis governing coal washeries in India ƒƒ Developer wise profiling of over 75 coal washeries including existing and upcoming ƒƒ Challenges and opportunities in development of coal washeries ƒƒ Sources of raw coal & coal type ƒƒ Details of washery developers & promoters ƒƒ Profiles of coal washery equipment manufacturers ƒƒ Success stories and business models of setting up of coal washeries and rejects based power plant Key Questions Answered ƒƒ What are the capacities of various Coal Washeries in India? ƒƒ Who are the major players in the Indian Coal Washing industry? ƒƒ What are the major technologies used in coal washeries across India? ƒƒ Who are the end-users of washed coal? ƒƒ How are Washery Rejects utilized? ƒƒ What are the legal provisions and policies supporting coal washeries in India? ƒƒ What are the social & environmental benefits of coal washeries in India? A Must Buy for ƒƒ Coal Washery Developers ƒƒ Equipment Manufacturers & Suppliers ƒƒ Financial Institutions & Banks ƒƒ Private Equity Investors ƒƒ Research and Consulting Agencies ƒƒ Coal Traders ƒƒ Government Bodies & Regulatory Agencies ƒƒ New Entrants in Mining Segments For Sales & Support Ravinder Nagar ravinder.nagar@infraline.com +91 11 46250027 +91 9873422453 For Research & Consulting Isha Gakhar isha.gakhar@infraline.com +91 11 43509481
  • Sample Coal Washery Profile North Karanpura Coal Washery of M/s ACB (India) Limited ACB (India) Limited has proposed a coal washery with an estimated capacity of about 5.00 MTPA in the North Karanpura area in Jharkhand. Raw coal for the project will be sourced from North Karanpura coal mines and the washed coal will be used for power generation projects. Basic Information Promoter/Developer ACB (India) Limited Registered Office C-102 Lower Ground Floor, Surya Enclave, New Multan Nagar, New Delhi-110056 Project Location Area Co-ordinates Latitude : 24°0’36.89”N Longitude : 84°54’47.28”E Address North Karanpura, District : Chatra State Jharkhand Coalfield North Karanpura Detailed Information Capacity (MTPA) 5.00 Type of Coal Non-Coking Current Status Proposed Year of Commissioning 2015 (Estimated) Environment Clearance Status Pending Land Acquisition Status Acquired (Partially) Raw Coal Source North Karanpura Coal Mines Grade E*(G11)** Ash% 38-41 % Washed Coal End Use/Off Takers Power Projects Grade D,E* (G9,G10)** Ash% 31-34% Washery Rejects Quantity About 1.00 MTPA End Use/ Off Takers CFBC based Thermal Power Plant Technology Used Jig Washery Equipment Supplier Bateman Engineering NV Additional Information Mechanism to transport washed coal By Rail Distance from ROM to washery Within 50 km Indicative Land Type Consisting of Agricultural, mild forest and wasteland Nearby Water Bodies River Mohana, Amanat *A-G: UHV based grading system for non-coking coal **G1-G17: New GCV based grading system for non-coking coal effective from Jan 2012 SAHIBGANJ GODDA PAKUR DEVGHAR DUMKAGIRIDIH JAMTARA DHANBAD CHAS HAZARIBAG RANCHI East Singbhum SARAIKELA SIMDEGA GUMLA LOHARDAGA PALAMAU CHATRA KODARMA DALTENGANJ GARHWA West Singbhum SampleProfile 24°0’36.89”N 84°54’47.28”E
  • Executive Summary 1. Introduction Introduction to coal beneficiation process and Infraline approach to the research study ƒƒ Coal beneficiation ƒƒ Overview to coal washery industry ƒƒ Key drivers for coal washing ƒƒ Objectives, scope, approach and methodology of the study 2. Global Coal Washing Scenario Coal reserves, production and coal preparation scenario around the globe 3. Coal Washery Insights in India Past, existing and future scenario of Indian coal washing industry ƒƒ History and current status –– Washed coal production trends –– Presently operating coal washeries –– Capacity of coking coal washeries –– Capacity of non-coking coal washeries ƒƒ Future outlook –– Name of proposed coal washeries –– Capacity of proposed coal washeries –– Proposed business model –– Proposed technology –– Scheduled coal production ƒƒ Opportunities assessment for various stakeholders ƒƒ Key challenges and issues 4. PESTEL Framework Analysis Analysis of Indian coal washing industry from six dimensions ƒƒ Political support for coal washeries –– Policies and initiatives by the government ƒƒ Economics of setting of coal washeries –– Direct and derived economic benefits –– Cost benefit analysis ƒƒ Social impact of coal washeries –– Impact on local population –– Corporate Social Responsibility ƒƒ Technological options for coal washing –– Washability study –– Technologies presently in use –– Emerging technologies ƒƒ Environmental concerns –– Impact on ecological factors –– Reduction in ash content and benefits –– Washery rejects usage and dumping ƒƒ Legal policies and guidelines –– Factors affecting policy on coal washing –– MoEF policy for power plants 5. Profiling of Major Coal Washery Developers Highlights of key information regarding major coal washery developers in India ƒƒ Name of developer ƒƒ Existing and proposed capacity ƒƒ Major clients ƒƒ Technology used 6. Profiling of Major Coal Equipment Suppliers Insights into major coal washery equipment suppliers with their products & services ƒƒ Name of equipment supplier or manufacturer ƒƒ Products and services ƒƒ Major clients 7. Profiling of Existing Coal Washeries in India Highlights of key information regarding raw coal characteristics, washed coal characteristics, rejects off-takers, etc ƒƒ Government - commercial and captive ƒƒ Private - commercial and captive ƒƒ Detailed analysis 8. Profiling of Upcoming Coal Washeries in India Highlights of key information regarding proposed year of commissioning, proposed characteristics of raw and washed coal, etc ƒƒ Government - commercial and captive ƒƒ Private - commercial and captive ƒƒ Detailed analysis 9. Harnessing Washery Rejects Potential Power generation from washery rejects with detailed illustrative profiles of thermal power plants using rejects as fuel ƒƒ Rejects disposal mechanism ƒƒ Technologies available for generating power from washery rejects ƒƒ Illustrative profiles of thermal power plants using washery rejects –– Project developer –– Capacity –– Fuel mix –– Source of washery rejects –– Technology used 10. Business Success Stories Successful business models of utilization of coal washery rejects and improvement in efficiency of power plant using washed coal ƒƒ Thermal power plant using washed coal ƒƒ Coal washery rejects based power plant Annexure Draft Contents & Coverage
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