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COAL INDIA LIMITED
THE BIGGEST ENERGY PROVIDER IN
N C JHA
Director (T), CIL
Coal Industry in India
Total resources : 267 BT
Proved : 106 BT
Indicated/inferred: 161 BT
88% of production from opencast
mines; 12% from underground
Coal present in 14 out of 28 states
Indian coal contain generally high
ash, (4500 GCV) & low sulphur
No longer a regulated industry
Coal Production and ImportsTypes of Coal Produced in India
Coal Reserves in India
323.5 343.4 360.9 379.5 403.7
2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
CIL Others Imports
1774 Start of Coal Mining in India
1900 Coal Production 6.12 mts.
1920 Coal Production 18 mts.
1942 Coal Production 29 mts.
1946 Coal Production 30 mts.
1947 Advent of Independence
1956 Setting up of NCDC a Govt. UT
1956 Takeover of SCCL mines by Govt.
1972 Nationalisation of coking
1973 Nationalisation of
non-Coking coal mines
The Growth of Indian Coal Industry
Vast Scale and Operations
Largest coal company in the world
• Produced over 403 MT in FYE Mar
• 82% market share in India
• Over 400,000 employees
Reserve base ~ 70bn tonnes
Meets 45% of India’s primary
commercial energy requirement
Net Revenues of over US$8 bn
Estimated PBT before pay revision
~US$2.3bn, PBT as reported
~US$1.2bn for FYE March 2009
100% owned by the Government of
Awarded Mini-Ratna in Mar ’ 2007,
Nav-Ratna in Oct ’ 2008 & SCOPE
Excellence Award in 2009
Eastern Coalfields Ltd
Bharat Coking Coal Ltd
Central Coalfields Ltd
Northern Coalfields Ltd
Western Coalfields Ltd
South Eastern Coalfields Ltd
Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd
Central Mine Planning & Design
North Eastern Coalfields
(A Unit Under CIL HQ)
Exchange rate of 48.39 INR/USD
Presence Through the Value Chain
473 mines owned: 279 UG ,163 OC , 31 Mixed
Production in 2008-09 was 359MT from OC and 44MT from UG
SCCL and TISCO are the other main players in coal mining
~200 blocks allotted to private operators for captive mining
Operates 17 washeries - 12 coking (22.18 MTY) and 5 non–coking (17.22
Decision taken to supply beneficiated coal to all non Pit Head consumers
20 new washeries (18 under BOM-105.10 MTY, 2 under Turn Key-6 MTY)
being taken up for construction as Public-Private-Partnership.
Carried out in two stages: Regional and Detailed
In 2008-09, 0.27 Mm of drilling has been achieved
Action initiated to enhance drilling capacity to 1Mm annually
S.C.C.LTD 30.81 37.71 40.80 45.00
OTHERS 17.33 32.21 119.70 346.00
CIL’s GROWTH IN
X OVER IX PLAN XI OVER X PLAN
81 Mt (29%) 160 Mt (44%)
(HIGHEST SO FAR)
COAL PRODUCTION TREND/ PROGRAMME (WG)
Enhancing Availability of Resources
Drilling targets increased 4x - Aiming to convert ‘inferred’ and
‘indicated’ category to ‘proved’ category
Detailed drilling and projectisation of coal blocks allocated to captive block
Systematic exploration to arrive at reliable estimate of coal reserves
Application of IT to create geo database
Acquiring coal resources abroad through equity stake in working or green
field projects - Acquired 2 virgin coal blocks in Mozambique
Global EOI floated for selection of strategic partners for overseas
134 new projects for ultimate capacity of 309 MTy identified - 34 UG, 100
Setting up 20 washeries with a capacity of 111.1 MTy
Ensuring Accessibility of Resources
Computer-aided mine planning for deeper OC mines
Deploying high capacity equipment to achieve economy
OITDS for efficient fleet management
State-of-the-Art Mass Production Technology
Tapping large reserves below 300m depth
7 UG Greenfield properties being developed
18 abandoned mines (1600 MT) identified for development
Mining of good quality thin seams
Recovery of good quality coal in OC mines beyond economic stripping ratio.
Recovery and commercial utilization of CBM from deep seated seams
Underground coal gasification of deep seated seams
COAL INDIA CARES FOR ENVIRONMENT TAKING SUITABLE MEASURES
IN ALL ASPECTS OF THE ENVIRONMENT AS FOLLOWS:
Air Pollution Control
Water Management & Water Pollution Control
Control of Vibration, Noise & Fly Rock generation due to blasting
Mine Reclamation & Rehabilitation
Green Belt Development
Land Use Planning
Socio-economic Environment & Rehabilitation of mined out areas for Post
Mining Land Use
WITH DUE EMPHASIS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
• Extensive tree plantation programme is undertaken every
year by the subsidiaries of Coal India.
Avenue plantation, plantation on the OB dumps, plantation
around mines, residential colonies, available land is
undertaken in existing as well as new projects.
Coal India planted over 70 millions of plants since 1993-94
covering an estimated land area of around 28300 hectares.
Coal India is committed to continue plantation which is a
part of annual activities in each subsidiary.
Reclamation & Plantation
• All 171 OC projects have been identified.
49 projects excavating more than 5 Mm3 (Coal+OB) per
annum will be monitored once a year.
122 projects excavating less than 5 Mm3 (Coal+OB) per annum
will be monitored once in 3 years.
Out od 49, Surveillance for 35 projects excavating more than 5
Mm3 per annum has been completed under first 100 Days
Programme of Ministry of Coal, Government of India.
Remaining 14 projects are also being covered this year.
CIL in Satellite Surveillance:
• Study reveals that in all OC projects, plantation area, green
coverage and backfilled area have increased.
In Singrauli Coalfield, NCL, area of plantation has increased from
57.25 sq. km (2000) to 69.30 sq. km (2005)
In Wardha Valley Coalfield, WCL, area of plantation has increased
from 11.48 sq. km (2005) to 14.05 sq. km (2008)
In Korba Coalfield, SECL, in Gevra & Dipka OCPs combined,
plantation area increased from 2.99 sq. km (2003) to 7.75 sq. km
In North Karanpura Coalfield, CCL, in Ashoka & Piparwar OCPs
combined, plantation has increased from 5.06 sq. km (2006) to
5.64 sq. km (2008)
YEAR 2007 YEAR 2008
LAND USE/ COVER MAP OF NIGAHI OCP
BASED ON SATELLITE DATA OF 2008
31 Projects have been accredited for ISO: 14001 certification.
Company wise break up:
CCL : 3
MCL : 5
NCL : 8
SECL : 3
WCL : 12
Mining Projects : 29
Central Workshop : 1
Coal Preparation plants : 1
ISO: 14001 certification:
Performance of CIL is continuously improving quantitatively and qualitatively.
CIL had been conferred the Navratna status in October 2008.
CIL conferred with 'CEO with HR Orientation' award by Council of World HRD
Congress during Global HR Excellence Awards Ceremony 2010.
CIL won the ‘SCOPE Gold Trophy 2007-08 (Institutional category)’ for Excellence
and Outstanding Contribution to Public Sector Management.
CIL adopted several cost effective measures like manpower restructuring,
extensive use of computers, introduction of ERP-SAP, advance training to
employees to increase the learning ratio, increasing the adaptability with high
tech environment etc.
CIL is committed to follow the International Financial Reporting
CIL is looking for foreign collaboration to bring in proven technologies and
advance management skill.
Coal India is going for IPO:
IPO proposed in August 2010.
Public offering in Book Building: 10%
Employees Reservation: 1-2% (Provisional)
Future Land Losers: 2% (Provisional)
In deregulated environment, market is the best judge for
performance and market discounts all past and future
events, CIL is confident to get a high value quote in the
Initial Public Offer
As a part of liberalization process, CIL is going for proposed
disinvestments through Initial Public Offer (IPO).
As per NCDP, Coal India is required to meet the requirement of coal of
the country, if required, even by import.
Demand from works out to 721 Mte in 2011-12 against projected
production of 487 Mte leaving a gap of 235 Mte. This gap is to further
increase at 305 Mte in 2012-13.
Coal India has taken initiatives for Strategic Alliance with overseas
producers for augmenting availability of coal.
Coal India has also been taking initiatives for acquiring overseas
Coal India has been mandated by the Planning Commission to import 8
Mte of coal for utility sector, out of total import target of 35 Mt in the
CIL’s venture for coal import
CIL will be required to bring 65% of the import in East Coast Port and
the remaining 35% in Western Coast.
Major initiatives have also been taken for upgrading infrastructures at
major Government ports at Vizag in east and Kandla in west coasts.
CIL is contemplating to be associated with this infrastructure building
Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) of Indian Railway system, likely to be
operative from the middle of 12th Plan would also enhance hinterland
CIL is contemplating following process for importing coal: