Coal Industry in PresentScenario in India and Coal ScamPRESENTED BY: ANOOP MISHRA (KIIT School of Rural Management)
Introduction of Coal Industry in India Coal contributes over half of India’s primary commercial energy. Coal is likely t...
COAL RESERVES IN INDIA AS ON 31.03.2011 (IN MT)Type of Coal Proved Indicated Inferred TotalPrime Coking 4614 699 0 5313Med...
 The shares of overall coal resources of different States are:18%17%17%13%13%9%7%4% 2%Overall Coal Resources of different...
COAL HUBS
 Coal India is the largest public sector company,about 80.86% of the total coal production in thecountry comes from the c...
Year (April to March) FDI in Rs. Crore FDI in Euro million2008-09 161.09 24.782009-10 829.92 127.682010-11 357.42 54.98201...
Liberalization of Policy Regime: Captive mining by Power, Steel and Cement industry allowed. Foreign Direct Investment a...
Coal Blocks Allocation Scam The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India in its incisive audit reportnoted that Ind...
Bibliography Coal Directory of India Government of India-Ministry of Coal Annual Report Report on Overview of Coal Mini...
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  • The concept of allocation of captive coal blocks through competitive bidding was first announced in 2004. However, the government is yet to finalise the modus operandi of the mechanism. In the mean time, 194 coal blocks were allocated to different government and private parties up to March 31, 2011.
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  • The CAG feels the loss could have been avoided, or at least have been lower, as the procedure for auction of the precious natural resource could easily have been put in place by 2006. The failure to do so meant that 25 firms, including Essar Power, Hindalco, Tata Steel, Tata Power and Jindal Steel and Power, received a windfall through coal blocks on nomination basis, instead of competitive bidding. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who held the coal portfolio between 2006-2009. is seen here.
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  • @ArunUpadhyay3 The CAG has come to the conclusion that the government's decision to not auction 194 coal blocks between 2004 and 2011 meant that the country lost a huge amount in revenue. The figure was initially believed to be more than Rs 10 lakh crore, but the CAG chose to keep PSUs out of its final report, bringing the figure down to Rs 1.86 lakh crore.

    I think this is the crucial condition in our politics and bureaucracy
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  • Now it is well proved that sri P K Mishra, IAS, coal secretary was instrumental in helping extortion by coal mafia as he did not take any action on protest letter of Coal India chairman. That is why Sri Ranjit Sinha, presnt Director, CBI is very eager to take Prasanna Kr. Mishra's brother Prakash Mishra,IPS-1977 batch, DGP of Odisha as Spl Director in CBI. He will be most helpful in suppressing all cases.
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Coal industry in present scenario in india (coal scam)

  1. 1. Coal Industry in PresentScenario in India and Coal ScamPRESENTED BY: ANOOP MISHRA (KIIT School of Rural Management)
  2. 2. Introduction of Coal Industry in India Coal contributes over half of India’s primary commercial energy. Coal is likely to remain India’s most important source of energyfor the coming decade or two. However, the sector has been beset with controversies of latesuch as the ‘coal-gate’ scam related to allocation of captive coalblocks and insufficient coal production leading to questions aboutwho should bear the increased costs of coal imports. India, currently, stands eighth in terms of total World CoalResources, whereas it is fourth from the point of view of identifiedreserves. (Geological Survey of India at 285.8 billion tones in 2011) Bulk of the coal reserves are confined to the south-easternquadrant of the country in West Bengal, Jharkhand, Orissa,Chhattisgarh & Madhya Pradesh.
  3. 3. COAL RESERVES IN INDIA AS ON 31.03.2011 (IN MT)Type of Coal Proved Indicated Inferred TotalPrime Coking 4614 699 0 5313Medium Coking 12573 12001 1880 26454Semi Coking 482 1003 222 1707Non Coking 95739 123668 31488 250895Tertiary Coal 594 99 799 1493Total 114002 137471 34390 285862 India ranks third amongst the coal producing countries of theworld in terms of annual coal production next only to China and USA.The Coal Mines (Nationalization) Act, 1973 was amended w.e.f.9th June 1993 to allow coal mining by both private and public sectorfor captive consumption for production of iron and steel, generationof power, washing of coal obtained from a mine and other end use.Under the last provision, cement production was further allowed asan end use w.e.f 5th March 1996 for captive mining of coal.
  4. 4.  The shares of overall coal resources of different States are:18%17%17%13%13%9%7%4% 2%Overall Coal Resources of differentStatesChhattisgarhOrissaJharkhandBiharM.P.Andhra PradeshMaharastraWest BangalU.P.
  5. 5. COAL HUBS
  6. 6.  Coal India is the largest public sector company,about 80.86% of the total coal production in thecountry comes from the collieries of Coal India Ltd(CIL). It has eight subsidiaries: Bharat Coking CoalLtd., Central Coalfields Ltd., Eastern CoalfieldsLtd., Western Coalfields Ltd, South EasternCoalfields Ltd., Northern Coalfields Ltd., MahanadiCoalfields Ltd., Central Mine Planning & DesignInstitute Ltd. The Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) is a coal-miningcompany jointly owned by the Government of Andhra Pradesh andGovernment of India.Coal Industry in India
  7. 7. Year (April to March) FDI in Rs. Crore FDI in Euro million2008-09 161.09 24.782009-10 829.92 127.682010-11 357.42 54.982011-12 436.61 67.17Grand total 1,785.04 274.62FDI in Mining sector:Regulatory Framework of Coal Industry in India:Coal Industry in India is regulated largely by the provisions of: The Coal Mines (Nationalization) Act, 1973 To nationalize the coal sector Mines & Minerals (Development & Regulation) Act, 1957 To regulate exploration and exploitation of minerals The Coal Bearing Area (Acquisition & Development) Act To facilitate acquisition of coal bearing land Environmental Protection Act, 1986
  8. 8. Liberalization of Policy Regime: Captive mining by Power, Steel and Cement industry allowed. Foreign Direct Investment allowed up to 100% in Power and coal mining Creating a competitive market for sale of coal Progressive reduction of custom duty on Coal and HEMM imports Introduction of Contract MiningHuman, labor and technology issuesEnvironmental and social issues
  9. 9. Coal Blocks Allocation Scam The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India in its incisive audit reportnoted that India’s exchequer suffered a massive loss of 1.86 lakh crore due to thedistribution of coal blocks without bidding. The CAG report was tabled in the parliament on 17 August 2012. The CAG in its report stated that 57 coal blocks that were allocated to privatecompanies during 2004-2009.The CAG report has also brought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh under scrutiny ashe was holding the charge of Coal Ministry from 2006 to 2009.The CAG report also raised serious allegations against the PMO which delayed thefair bidding process for coal blocks despite the clearance from Law and JusticeMinistry.Tata Group, Reliance Power, Jindal Power and Steel, Abhijit Group, BhushanGroup, Electro Steel, OP Jindal Group were some of the major beneficiaries of the coalblocks distribution.
  10. 10. Bibliography Coal Directory of India Government of India-Ministry of Coal Annual Report Report on Overview of Coal Mining sector in India—VDMA Information from SCCL & CIL website www.vdmaindia.org http://seminarprojects.com/Thread-coal-allocation-scam-or-coalgate-ppt#ixzz2WjlkT5rG The government has distributed about 150 coal blocks over the past eight years.During this period Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The 1.86 lakh rupees scam is the biggest in the history of India as it surpassed the1.7 lakh crore 2G spectrum scam. The most important assertion of the CAG Draft Report is that the Government had thelegal authority to auction the coal, but chose not to do so. Congress MP, Naveen Jindals Jindal Steel and Power got a coal field in Feb 2009 withreserves of 1500 million metric tones while the government-run Navratna Coal IndiaLtd was refused. On 15 Sep 2012, an Inter Ministerial Group (IMG) headed by Zohra Chatterji (Add.Sec. in Coal Ministry) recommended cancellation of a block allotted to JSW (Jindal SteelWorks), a Jindal Group company.

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