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Sale of 50% coal from captive blocks planned, govt seeks

Feb 21, 2021 In a move aimed at augmenting the production and increasing the availability of dry fuel, the government plans to permit sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks. The Centre plans to facilitate this through incorporation of a provision in the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (MMDR).

India’s captive coal industry: will passive development

Jun 11, 2019 Aiming to curb the growth in coal imports, the Government of India (GoI) in 1993 opened the country's coal sector to allow captive mining, albeit limited to self-consumption only. However, even after 25 years of being in business, the captive coal industry has failed to provide any noteworthy contribution to enhance domestic coal supply.

Proposal to sell 50% of captive coal Telegraph India

The Centre plans to permit the sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting production and increasing the availability of the dry fuel. The Narendra Modi-government plans to do so through the incorporation of a provision in the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (MMDR).

Centre plans to permit sale of 50% coal from captive

Feb 22, 2021 The Centre plans to permit sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting the production and increasing the availability of dry fuel.

Govt cancels 6 coal block allocations of 4 states for

The development takes place at a time when captive coal production (25.1 MT in FY19) is still much lower than the peak output of 43.2 MT from 42 operational blocks in FY15, when the Supreme Court had cancelled 204 licences saying these were allocated in an illegal and arbitrary manner.

What is captive (coal) mining? Quora

Captive mining is the coal mined for a specific end-use by the mine owner, but not for open sale in the market. End-uses currently allowed under the CMN Act include iron and steel production, generation of power, cement production and coal washing. 4K views. ·.

Investment in captive coal blocks: Truth behind Rs 2 lakh

Jan 14, 2014 Most of the 195 captive coal blocks given out have not begun mining. According to a report of the Parliamentary standing committee on coal and steel, released in April 2013, only 30 had started production. Further, of the 160 blocks allotted during 2004 to 2008, when most of the controversial allocations happened, only two had started production.

Pakri-Barwadih Captive Coal Block of NTPC NTPC

May 13, 2014 Thiess Minecs India Pvt. Ltd. (TM) was appointed as Mine Developer-cum-Operator (MDO) on Global Tendering for development and operation of Pakri-Barwadih Captive Coal Block of NTPC on 30th. Nov. 2010 for a period of 27 years at an estimated contract value of Rs. 23,000 Crores. The contract consisted of development period of 360 days (ended on 25Nov.

Guidelines on disposal of coal during development phase

In order to ensure timely completion of end use project, the Government has decided to allow early development of associated captive coal mining block so that by the time the end use project is ready in stages the coal mine could have reached full capacity coal production to

Centre Plans To Permit Sale Of 50% Coal From Captive

Feb 21, 2021 The Centre plans to permit sale of 50% of coal and lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting production and increasing availability of the fossil fuel. The government plans to do so through incorporation of a provision in the Mines and Minerals (Development

Centre plans to permit sale of 50% coal from captive

Feb 21, 2021 NEW DELHI: The Centre plans to permit sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting the production and increasing the availability of dry fuel.

captive coal mines: Latest News & Videos, Photos about

Mar 17, 2021 Bill to amend Mines and Mineral Development Act introduced in Lok Sabha. The Union Cabinet had last week cleared amendments to the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act to allow sale of 50% coal from captive mines, which are allotted prior to the commercial coal

Centre Plans To Permit Sale Of 50% Coal From Captive

Centre plans to permit sale of 50% coal from captive blocks; invites comments The government plans to do so through incorporation of a provision in the Mines and Minerals (Development and

Guidelines on disposal of coal during development phase

Guidelines on disposal of coal during development phase. In order to ensure timely completion of end use project, the Government has decided to allow early development of associated captive coal mining block so that by the time the end use project is ready in stages the coal mine could have reached full capacity coal production to meet the coal requirement of the end use plant.

Investment in captive coal blocks: Truth behind Rs 2 lakh

Jan 14, 2014 Most of the 195 captive coal blocks given out have not begun mining. According to a report of the Parliamentary standing committee on coal and steel, released in April 2013, only 30 had started production. Further, of the 160 blocks allotted during 2004 to 2008, when most of the controversial allocations happened, only two had started production.

Thermal Project Planning & Development Division Central

Monitoring of development of captive coal blocks allocated for power generation along with status of End use projects. Recommendation to MoP for Accord of Coal Linkage to Govt. Sector (Central & State Sector) Thermal Power Plants.

MDO Concept An answer to Indian captive coal mining

Oct 22, 2017 Captive coal blocks for allocation 4 SCHEDULE–III(MainlyGreenfield) Sl. No. Name Prior Allottee State 008 Durgapur-II/Taraimar Bharat Alluminium Company Ltd. Chhattisgarh 010 Tara Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. Chhattisgarh 018 Durgapur-II /Sarya DB Power Ltd. Chhattisgarh 027 Gare-Palma IV/8 Jayaswal Neco Ltd. Chhattisgarh

Centre may permit sale of 50 per cent coal from captive blocks

New Delhi: The Centre plans to permit sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting the production and increasing the availability of dry fuel.The government plans to do so through incorporation of a provision in the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (MMDR).

Appalachia’s Captive Workforce Thoughts of a Coal Miner

Aug 19, 2017 If these economic drivers were not enough to fully implement their design to maintain a captive workforce, coal industry associations, through organizations like Coal Education Development and Resources of Southern West Virginia (CEDARS), work to manipulate the local cultural history of the region by teaching kids in public schools by re

India's Coal Sector Reforms The Big Picture RSTV IAS

Jul 22, 2020 India’s Coal Sector Reforms Archives Topic: General Studies 2, 3: Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation. Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization, of resources, growth, development

GUIDELINES FOR ALLOCATION OF CAPTIVE Ministry of Coal

Upon allocation of captive coal block by the Screening Committee the applicant would submit an affidavit in the prescribed format to the effect that all coal mined from the captive block shall exclusively be used in the proposed end use project for which the said set for development of captive block, and the remaining 50% to the guaranteed

Coal: How corruption in coal is closely linked to

Aug 07, 2012 Murli Maloo, the executive director of Nagpur-based Murli Industries, a cement company that won a coal block during this period (which was later de-allocated), says captive coal works out 57-76% cheaper than coal from other sources. He says a captive block gives coal at

Captive coal block miners, too, must share profits with people

The Union coal ministry is all set to propose a fixed levy on coal mined from captive coal blocks. The levy so collected will be paid directly to the affected communities in mining areas. The idea is in line with the draft Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) (MMDR) Bill of 2011, which was recently cleared by the Union Cabinet.

Centre plans to permit sale of 50% coal from captive

Feb 21, 2021 NEW DELHI: The Centre plans to permit sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting the production and increasing the availability of dry fuel.

Centre plans to permit sale of 50% coal from captive

The Centre plans to permit sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting the production and increasing the availability of dry fuel. Rs 20,000-cr

captive coal mines: Latest News & Videos, Photos about

Mar 17, 2021 Bill to amend Mines and Mineral Development Act introduced in Lok Sabha. The Union Cabinet had last week cleared amendments to the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act to allow sale of 50% coal from captive mines, which are allotted prior to the commercial coal

GUIDELINES FOR ALLOCATION OF CAPTIVE Ministry of Coal

Upon allocation of captive coal block by the Screening Committee the applicant would submit an affidavit in the prescribed format to the effect that all coal mined from the captive block shall exclusively be used in the proposed end use project for which the said set for development of captive block, and the remaining 50% to the guaranteed

Thermal Project Planning & Development Division Central

Monitoring of development of captive coal blocks allocated for power generation along with status of End use projects. Recommendation to MoP for Accord of Coal Linkage to Govt. Sector (Central & State Sector) Thermal Power Plants.

MDO Concept An answer to Indian captive coal mining

Oct 22, 2017 Captive coal blocks for allocation 4 SCHEDULE–III(MainlyGreenfield) Sl. No. Name Prior Allottee State 008 Durgapur-II/Taraimar Bharat Alluminium Company Ltd. Chhattisgarh 010 Tara Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. Chhattisgarh 018 Durgapur-II /Sarya DB Power Ltd. Chhattisgarh 027 Gare-Palma IV/8 Jayaswal Neco Ltd. Chhattisgarh

China Shutters 11.2 GW of Captive Coal Power at Aluminium

Inner Mongolia’s Jinlian will have to stop building 1.52GW of coal power plants, Hunan Chuangyuan some 0.99 GW and Sichuan Qiya will halt work on an extra 0.72GW. Though several aluminium companies have captive power plants that are in the government’s crosshairs, none have nearly as much condemned capacity as Shandong Xinfa Aluminium Group.

Centre may permit sale of 50 per cent coal from captive blocks

New Delhi: The Centre plans to permit sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting the production and increasing the availability of dry fuel.The government plans to do so through incorporation of a provision in the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (MMDR).

Coal: How corruption in coal is closely linked to

Aug 07, 2012 Murli Maloo, the executive director of Nagpur-based Murli Industries, a cement company that won a coal block during this period (which was later de-allocated), says captive coal works out 57-76% cheaper than coal from other sources. He says a captive block gives coal at

India's Coal Sector Reforms The Big Picture RSTV IAS

Jul 22, 2020 India’s Coal Sector Reforms Archives Topic: General Studies 2, 3: Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation. Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization, of resources, growth, development

Captive Coal and Lignite Blocks in India: The Road Ahead

MUMBAI, December 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --. Bharat Book Bureau presents Captive Coal and Lignite Blocks in India: the Road Ahead the report is a comprehensive compilation of coal and lignite blocks

Centre plans to permit sale of 50% coal from captive

Feb 21, 2021 New Delhi: The Centre plans to permit sale of 50 per cent of coal/lignite produced by captive blocks, a move aimed at augmenting the production and increasing the availability of dry fuel. The government plans to do so through incorporation of a provision in the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (MMDR).

Could an environmental inspector’s criticisms accelerate

Captive coal-fired power plants are power plants set up by industrial companies to generate electricity for internal production use, rather than being connected to the grid. Energy-intensive industrial sectors, such as aluminium,iron, steel, chemicals and cement, are attempting to build their own captive coal-fired plants to secure stable

Captive coal block miners, too, must share profits with people

The Union coal ministry is all set to propose a fixed levy on coal mined from captive coal blocks. The levy so collected will be paid directly to the affected communities in mining areas. The idea is in line with the draft Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) (MMDR) Bill of 2011, which was recently cleared by the Union Cabinet.