Western Coalfields (WCL) said on Friday that Karnataka Power Corporation (KPCL) has not started lifting coal from the mines allocated to its power plants, even though coal stock at the latter’s thermal power plants are at precariously low levels.
Fuels for Generation
New Delhi: Rejecting Nalco’s claim that three units of the Public Sector Undertaking’s (PSU) captive power plants were shut due to fuel shortage, the coal ministry on Monday said there is ample dispatch of coal to the PSU which has a regular supply of 4.7 MTPA dry fuel, more than
KOLKATA: Coal India (CIL) is likely to face up private competition well in the first lot of mines to be developed by rivals as the blocks on offer would be difficult to exploit and costly to operate, executives and analysts said.
NEW DELHI: Fuel supply to power stations from Coal India's mines has risen 17% in September to 32 MT (million tonne) from 27.4 million tonne in the year-ago period as the government scrambled to meet spike in demand as a result of thermal power stations stepping up operations to meet shortfall fr
India is an attractive market for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) spot trade though its power generating sector will continue to rely significantly on coal, energy industry executives said here today.
Tamil Nadu is staring at a major power crisis with less supply of coal from the mines in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. Tamil Nadu General and Distribution Corporation have put 2,670 MW capacity thermal power plant on standby due to the coal shortage.