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Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India
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Performance Indicators - Coal Industry in India

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  • 1. Submitted by- Nakul PatelNaresh Solanki
  • 2.  India is 3rd largest coal producing country after China and USA. India has 5th largest coal reserves in the world. Exploration, development, and sale of coal and lignite resources in India are completely under the oversight of the Indian Government, through the Ministry of Coal. The Ministry is in administrative control of major coal-producing companies including Coal India Limited (CIL), Singareni Colliery Company Limited (SCCL) and Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC). More than 90% of coal and lignite produced in India is from the CIL, SCCL, and NLC mines, as only a small amount of captive coal mining is allowed for private steel, power and cement companies. The size of Indian coal industry was estimated to be INR 800 billion by the end of fiscal year 2012.
  • 3. The proven coal resources in India were recorded at around 114billion tons as on April 1, 2011. Sales Jharkhand: 37% Orissa: 19% Chattisgarh: 10% West Bengal: 11% Others: 23%
  • 4. Sales Coal: 52% Oil: 32% Natural Gas: 10% Hydro: 5% Nuclear: 1%
  • 5. Sales Power: 71% Steel: 7% Cement: 3% Sponge Iron: 4% Others: 15%
  • 6. India’s total coal production grew at a CAGR of 5.5% between FY00and FY09. The deployment of advanced mining technologies hasfacilitated this accelerated growth, which is in response to rapidincrease in domestic demand.
  • 7. India is the third-largest consumer of coal, and accounted foraround 9% of global coal consumption in 2009. The country’scoal consumption increased at a CAGR of 5% between 1999 and2009 and registered a high growth of 10.5% y-o-y in 2004.
  • 8.  Inferior quality, characterized by high ash content. Land acquisition, forest and environmental clearances and issues of law and order related to Naxals. Infrastructure - lack of proper road connectivity , railway wagons, 24/7 availability of power, port facilities, have put brakes on the growth of this industry. Labour problem. As per data available, labour constitutes 40% of the total cost of production and thus production costs in India are 35% higher as compared to countries like Australia, Indonesia and South Africa. Our output per man-shift stands at a meagre 3.8 tonnes vis-a-vis 65 tonnes in Australia.
  • 9.  CIL (Coal India Ltd)  SCCL (Singareni collieries Company Ltd) NLC (Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd)
  • 10.  CIL (2012) –
  • 11.  CIL (2012) – 500 450 400 350 300 250 Coking Coal 200 Non Coking Coal 150 100 50 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  • 12.  CIL (2012) –  Original Target – 452 Mt  Revised Target – 440 Mt  Actual Output – 431 Mt
  • 13.  SCCL
  • 14.  SCCL 600 500 400 300 Actual Production 200 100 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  • 15.  SCCL  Target Production– 522 Lakh Kg  Actual Production – 522.11 Lakh Kg

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