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COAL PRODUCTION. Through sustained programme of investment and greater thrust on application of modern technologies, it has been possible to raise the All India production of coal at 728.72 million tonnes in 2018-19 (Provisional). The all India Production of coal during 2019-20 were 729.10 MT (Provisional) with a positive growth was 0.05%.. Coal India Limited (CIL) and its subsidiaries
2020. 9. 4.· India imports nearly 250 million tonnes of coal from other countries despite having the world’s fourth largest coal reserve. The government is hoping that the involvement of the private sector will increase production and make India self-sufficient in meeting its internal coal
2020. 7. 17.· Coal India sees situation in Jul-Sep 'uncertain' as some states still under lockdown 17 Jul, 2020, 08.43 PM IST. The coal production in some of the major mines is still affected due to high coal stock and less offtake. Pithead stock of CIL as on July 16 is 72.88 MT as compared to 33.17 MT during the last year same period, it said.
India consumes 966,288,693 Tons (short tons, "st") of Coal per year as of the year 2016.; India ranks 2nd in the world for Coal consumption, accounting for about 84.8% of the world's total consumption of 1,139,471,430 tons.; India consumes 729,540 cubic feet of Coal per capita every year (based on the 2016 population of 1,324,517,249 people), or 1,999 cubic feet per capita per day.
2020. 8. 31.· India has always been one of the topmost countries in terms of producing coal. Coal is one of the most important nonrenewable sources of energy as by using it various industries will develop. Coal helps in the manufacturing of steel, production of cement and in various other things.
2020. 9. 4.· Coal India has announced a production aim of 652 million tonne in 2018-19. PTI . India needs to make smooth, viable transition from coal: IPCC report. At +2 degrees Celsius warming, Karachi (Pakistan) and Kolkata (India) could expect annual conditions equivalent to their deadly 2015 heatwaves (medium confidence), the report had said.
2020. 6. 17.· India’s Coal Production was reported at 308.044 TOE mn in Dec 2018. This records an increase from the previous number of 286.556 TOE mn for Dec 2017. India’s Coal Production data is updated yearly, averaging 149.832 TOE mn from Dec 1981 to 2018, with 38 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 308.044 TOE mn in 2018 and a record low of 63.134 TOE mn in 1982.
2020. 8. 28.· India is subsidising fossil fuels seven times as much as clean energy. Modi recently launched an auction of 41 coal mining blocks to private investors. The prime minister said this would create hundreds of thousands of stone at a time of economic fallout from Covid-19 and reduce India’s dependence on imported coal.
2020. 8. 8.· “Given the situation, we are hopeful to end the year with 650-660 MT of production,” Coal India, Chairman, Pramod Agrawal said at a webinar organised by Bharat Chamber of Commerce. The miner is witnessing a 7-8% growth in demand in August, he said.
2019. 10. 3.· India has lifted growth in thermal coal production over the last few years, it is still tracking well short of the production levels required to meet this target. India’s coal output is expected to grow, but at a slower pace than government targets. India’s coal sector continues to face substantial challenges, and although reforms have moved in