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Coal India Set To Diversify Into Non-coal Mining Areas In 2021

The coal sector also faced rough weather in 2020 as fuel demand slumped due to sluggish economic activities in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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CIL Board Approves Venturing Into Aluminium, Solar Sectors

Coal India (CIL), which accounts for over 80 per cent of domestic coal output, has expertise in mining.

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Commerce Ministry Launches Coal Import Monitoring System

CIMS shall require importers to submit advance information in an online system for imports of items and obtain an automatic registration number by paying registration fee of Re 1 per thousand, subject to minimum of Rs 500 and maximum of Rs 1 lakh, on CIF (cost, insurance, freight) value.

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Top $5 Trillion Investor Group Pushes Firms To Cut Out Thermal Coal

The Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance, whose members include German insurer Allianz and manage a combined $5 trillion (£4 trillion) in assets, is making the call after a recent commitment to set tougher carbon limits on their portfolios.

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Coal India Shares Gain 3% As Output Grows In August

Coal India on Tuesday said it has registered a 7.1 per cent growth in coal output at 37.17 million tonnes (MT) in August compared to the year-ago period.

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Govt will soon come out with successive rounds of coal bidding: Coal Secretary

The ministry of coal is in touch with Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change to reduce time for forest clearances, says Coal Secretary A.K. Jain. He says in the next few months, the time taken to get forest clearance will be reduced

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Japan's Climate Change Efforts Hindered By Biased Business Lobby

Coal now generates 32% of Japan's electricity, although the government wants that proportion to fall to 26% and renewables to climb to 22-24% from around 18% currently by 2030.

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Coal India Suffers Average Daily Production Hit Of 56% During 3-day Strike

The average daily production by the PSU on the three days was 5,73,000 tonnes, which is 44 per cent of the last 10 days' average production (from June 22 to July 1) of 12,96,900 tonnes

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NLC, Coal India Form JV To Develop Solar And Thermal Power Assets

Coal India is the single largest coal producer worldwide and operates through 83 mining areas spread over eight states in India.

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West Bengal: Coal India Limited Workers On 3-Day Strike Against Privatisation

The workers are protesting against commercial mining and the FDI in the coal sector which was implemented last year by the central government.

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Trade Unions Serve 3-Day Strike Notice In Coal India

Trade unions said their outfits in the subsidiaries had either sent or are in the process of sending the notices

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COVID-19 Pushes Poland To Accelerate Exit From Ailing Coal

Only EU member to refuse to pledge to become climate neutral by 2050, has long had a close relationship with coal, which has historically been a pillar of its economy.

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Coal Mining Gets a "Private" Push

Sutanu Guru analyzes the major policy change that allows all private sector investors to bid for and run coal mines in the country and how it will reduce dependence on costly imports.

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Centre Announces Commercial Mining In Coal Sector

Private sector participation will be done through a revenue-sharing mechanism instead of regime of fixed rupee/tonne wherein any party can bid for a coal block and sell in the open market.

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Impact Of COVID-19 On The Mining Sector

Mining is heavily dependent on the availability of manpower/labour who undertake the groundwork; with operations being scaled back, many such migrant laboure and workforce have retreated to their home base.

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