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Coal India Limited-An Overview


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An Overview of Coal India Limited

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Coal India Limited-An Overview

  1. 1. Presentation By Bhavya Nandana Pranav Shailaja Venkatesh
  2. 2. HISTORY  Indian government nationalised coal industry in the 1970’s.  By 1972, it acquired most of the coking coal mines in India.  To consolidate the business of the coking & non coking in coal under one entity, a formal holding company in the form of Coal India Limited(CIL) was formed.  The Coal India formed in the November 1975.  The government of India held 100% of its shares form 1975 to 2010.  Company has its registered office in Kolkata
  3. 3. MISSION AND VISION MISSION To produce and market the planned quantity of coal and coal products efficiently and economically in an eco friendly manner with due regard to safety, conversation and quality. VISION To emerge as a global player in the primary energy sector committed to provide energy security to the country by attaining environmentally and socially sustainable growth through best practices from mine to market.
  5. 5. CHIEF MANAGING DIRECTOR A.K.Dubey  On 26th June 2014 Dr.A.K.Dubey succeeded S.Narsing Rao Dubey is a member of IAS and holds a bachelor degree in law , PG degree. He also served as M.D of Punjab Alkalies and Chemicals ltd.
  7. 7. Shareholders (as on 31-March-2013) Shareholding Government of India 90.00% Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) 05.44% Banks and Financial Institutions 01.28% Indian Public 01.23% Private Corporate Bodies 01.22% Mutual Funds 00.71% NRI/OCB/Others 00.12% Total 100.0% Listing: CIL's equity shares are listed on Bombay Stock Exchange where it is a constituent of the BSE SENSEX . Shareholding: On 30 September 2013, 90% of the equity shares of the company were owned by the Government of India and the remaining 10% were owned by others. LISTING AND SHARING
  8. 8. OPERATIONS Coal India operates through 81 mining areas in eight states in India. It has 470 coal mines out of which 164 are open cast, 275 are underground and 31 are mixed mines. Production from open cast mines during 2012-13 was 91.65% of total production of 452.21 MT. Underground mines contributed to 8.35% of production. CIL further operates 17 coal washeries, out of which 12 are for coking coal and 5 are for non-coking coal. It also manages 200 other establishments like workshops, hospitals etc. Safety precautions for employees also taken as per the relevant acts.
  9. 9. SUBSIDIARIES Coal India produces coal through seven of its wholly owned subsidiaries. They are;  Bharat Coking Coal Limited  Central Coalfields Limited  Eastern Coalfields Limited  Mahanadi Coalfields Limited  Northern Coalfields Limited  South Eastern Coalfields Limited  Western Coalfields Limited  Its another wholly owned subsidiary CMPDIL carries out the exploration activities for other subsidiaries.  CIL also has a wholly owned subsidiary in Mozambique.  Coal India Africana Limitada (CIAL) for pursuing coal mining opportunities in that country.
  10. 10. Products:  Coking Coal  Semi Coking Coal  NLW Coking Coal  Non Coking Coal  Washed & Beneficiated Coal  Middlings  Rejects  CIL Coke/LTC Coke  Coal Fines/Coke Fines  Tar/Heavy Oil/Light Oil/Soft Pitch
  11. 11. REVENUE CIL as a group has achieved post tax profit of 15111.67 crores in 2013-14 ; as compared to 17356.36 crores in 2012-2013
  12. 12. JOINT VENTURES/MOU  Agreement between CIL and Indian Oil Corporation Limited, IBP Division ("IOCL-IBP") for the supply of bulk loading explosives to our Subsidiaries.  Agreement between CIL and Mitsui & Co. Limited ("Mitsui") for the supply of OTR Tires to NC  Memorandum of Understanding between our Company and Rail India Technical & Economic Services Limited ("RITES") for provision of management consultancy services.  CIL-NTPC Urja Pvt. Limited is a 50:50 JV between CIL and NTPC, formed in April 2010 for acquisition of coal blocks in India and abroad.  Joint Venture Agreement dated January 14, 2009 with Steel Authority of India Limited, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited, NMDC Limited and NTPC Limited.  International Coal Ventures Private Limited (ICVPL) was formed in 2009 for acquisition of coking coal properties outside India. CIL holds 2/7th share in paid up capital of ICVPL.
  13. 13. ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS CIL bags 1st Prize for Official Language Implementation Policy for 2014 Issued by Union by Town Official Language Implementation Committee (TOLIC) (PSU), Kolkata on 08.09.2014. The Prize was given by Mahamahim Shri Kesarinath Tripathi, Governor of West Bengal to Mr. R. Mohan Das, Director (P&IR) and Shri Bhagwan Pandey, General Manager (MP&IR/Rajbhasha) of Coal India Limited.
  14. 14.  2014 CIL bags Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Sheild 2013 CIL bags 1st Prize in the filed of Official Language Implementation Policy CIL conferred with two CSR Awards Coal India receives Geospatial Award 2012 Coal India bags CSR Award Coal India features in Plants Global Energy Company rankings Mr. R Mohan Das, CIL Director (P&IR), conferred HR Award CMPDI bags International Award  2011 Coal India bagged first prize of Official language implementation award Coal India wins India Pride Award 2011 Company of the Year Award to Coal India
  15. 15. ACTIVITIES TOWARDS SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT Education Water Supply including drinking water Health Care Social Empowerment Sports and Culture Infrastructure Support Generation of Employment Relief of victims against natural calamities Adoption of village Financial Assistance to NGO’s Financial support to under privileged in association with local community.
  16. 16. Bibliography