INDONESIAN FIRM NOW CONSIDERING ONLY COAL SUPPLY DEAL
Subhash Narayan NEW DELHI

New Delhi (PTI): In a major financial boost to Tata-Sasol JV and Jindal Steel & Power Ltd, the government is believed to have decided not to ask for profit share from the $ 18 billion projects to convert coal into liquid petroleum.

Environmentalists oppose grant of coal linkage.

Adani Group

International Coal Ventures Limited (ICVL), a special purpose vehicle (SPV) floated by five public sector undertakings, including Coal India Limited (CIL), has identified some coal assets in Australia, Mozambique, the US and Indonesia for acquisition, a top CIL official told Business Standard.

The purpose of this paper is to identify and examine policies, technologies and practices in China for coal mine methane (CMM) recovery and use, focusing on the unique challenges and opportunities of medium- and smaller-sized coal mines.

This publication by the Programme for the Promotion of Household and Alternative Energy sources in the Sahel (PREDAS) is a summary of a series of surveys and analyses conducted in the Sahelian countries of Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Chad.

Kahalgaon, Farakka, Talchar & Singrauli Plants Running At 20% Below Capacity
Niranjan Bharati NEW DELHI

AN ACUTE shortage of coal that is hampering power generation at several plants of National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) may force the country

NEW DELHI: Reliance Power, the flagship power company of Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG), on Wednesday yet again sprang a surprise with its aggressive bid that won the 4,000 mw Tilaiya ultra mega power project (UMPP), the third such project in its kitty after Sasan (Madhya Pradesh) and Krishnapatnam (Andhra Pradesh).

Dark, dark days ahead?

Statesman News Service
KOLKATA, Jan. 20: Power cuts in February are a serious possibility if coal supply does not increase, said state minister of power and non-conventional energy sources, Mr Mrinal Banerjee, today.

14 Jan 2009, 0254 hrs IST, ET Bureau

There's needless controversy over alleged diversion of coal from the proposed Sasan power project to the upcoming plant at Chitrangi, both in
Madhya Pradesh. The way ahead is to end the panoply of rigidities in coal, and repeal the Coal Mines (Nationalisation) Act, 1973 post-haste, if need be with an ordinance.

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