NTPC of India aims for 10.4 million tonnes of captive coal production during 2019/20

India’s largest power producer, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), has set a target of mining 10.4-million tonnes of coal from its captive mines during 2019/20. According to a company statement, NTPC had set the coal production target in its memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed with the Power Ministry, which also stipulated that the utility would […]

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India’s SCCL to develop greenfield underground coal mine

Moving against a general trend among Indian miners of closing down underground mines, State-run Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) has started work on developing a new underground mine in the southern state of Telangana. SCCL will develop the Kalyani Khani-6 Incline block in Telangana with estimated extractable reserves of 15.65-million tons through a new underground […]

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Indian cabinet approves proposal for higher allocation of power to host states after NTPC power projects are complete

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister  Narendra Modi has approved the proposal of Ministry of Power to allocate 85 per cent power to the Government of Telangana generated from Telangana Super Thermal Power Project (4000MW) of NTPC Ltd. The cabinet also approved the allocation of 85 per cent power from expansion project of Patratu […]

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