Ministry of Coal, Govt of India: Year end review [Dec 2015]

Last Modified: Sun Apr 10 2016 18:47:52 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 31
    coal mines auctioned in 3 tranches.
  • 42
    coal mines alloted to Central or State Government Companies.
  • 9
    mines have started coal production and have registered over 5 MT output out of 34 operating coal mines auctioned/ allotted, and rest all expected to begin production in next 2/3 months.
  • Rs 3,44,000 Crore
    estimated revenue to states through coal mines e-auctions & allotments over 30 years from just the three rounds of auctions & allotments.
  • Rs 1395.69 Crore
    transferred to coal bearing states.
  • 12.22%
    drop in coal imports during Apr - Nov 2015 over corresponding months in 2014. Total imports now stand at 119.90 MT.
  • 8.8%
    growth in production during Apr - Nov 2015 over the corresponding months in 2014.
  • 97%
    of production target for Apr - Nov 2015 met. Achieved: 321.38 MT. Target: 332 MT.
  • 9.8%
    increase in offtake during Apr - Nov 2015 over the corresponding months in 2014.
  • 97%
    of offtake target for Apr - Nov 2015 met. Achieved: 341.13 MT. Target: 350.18 MT.
  • 21 days
    average coal stock at coal fired power utilities as of November 2015. At the same period in 2014, it was 7 days.
  • 0
    Power Utilities in the country at super critical level and only 1 at critical level. At the same period in 2014, 50 Power utilities were at critical level of which 30 were super critical.
  • Rs 1440 crore
    annual recurring savings in transportation cost due to rationalization of coal sourcing and movement to 15 Thermal Power Plants.
  • 100%
    crushed coal will be supplied by CIL to its customers from 1st April, 2016. This is a historic decision and made in order to meet the requirements of the industry, improve coal quality, promote efficiency as well as save the environment.
  • 15
    coal washeries to supply clean coal Grade 10 and above from October 2017.