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India has stockpiled a record 132 million tonnes of coal – enough to run India’s power plants for two months – greatly exceeding the average of the previous five years, finds a new briefing note by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).

Coal Controller's Organization has been carrying out the task of collection, compilation and dissemination of data related to the Coal and Lignite sector through its publication "The Coal Directory of India".

Provisional Coal Statistics 2019-20 is the latest Statistical Report on Coal in India based on the data received from various Indian coal companies. As the data provided are based on pre -audited reports of the companies for the year 2019-20, the coal statistics has been termed as provisional.

Coal 2020 highlights recent global and regional trends in coal demand, supply and trade, and an outlook to 2025. The extraordinary circumstances in 2020 impacted coal markets and lend uncertainty to how they will be tailored in a post-Covid-19 economic recovery.

This policy brief analyzes the coal-to-liquid (CTL) fuel sector in South Africa, exploring the role of subsidies in driving the consumption of coal-derived fuels. It focuses on the various support measures that have and continue to benefit the CTL industry.

Coal directory of India provides coal and lignite statistics spreading over eleven sectlons covering some general economy data, brief history of coal sector in India, present status, reserve, production, dispatches, pit head closing stock, price, export and import, trends of coal consumption in power, steel and cement production, captive coal an

While attention has been focused on the hefty downswings in the oil price caused by the collapse of demand from COVID-19 lockdowns, the coal price has been not insulated. Starting from US$70/tonne in January, the Newcastle benchmark price (6,300 kcl) has retreated to US$58.33/tonne.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Effect of Climate Change on Coal Industry, 27/11/2019. The Government has not conducted any study/survey on the effect of climate change agreements on coal industry in India.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Effect of Climate Change on Coal Industry, 27/11/2019. The Government has not conducted any study/survey on the effect of climate change agreements on coal industry in India.

India retired roughly 7.4 gigawatts (GW) and added 82.3 GW of coal power plants in one and a half years, while China retired 39.4 GW and added 290 GW worth of coal power plants in this period, a report said.

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