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Coal demand likely to improve in India by 2021

New Delhi/IBNS: Coal demand is set to revive by 2021 in India and other Asian nations, including China, which are the major consumers of the fuel, according to Moody’s Investors Service report.

UN Chief urges India to increase reliance on renewable energy, phase out coal use

New Delhi/IBNS: United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has urged the Indian government to diminish coal use and rely on renewable energy, pointing out the downsides of coal mining and burning, including environmental pollution, global warming, health care costs, media reports said.

India plans significant cut down in thermal coal imports in the next few years: Coal Ministry official

New Delhi/IBNS: India plans to significantly cut down its thermal coal imports to save foreign exchange and create jobs by the development of new and existing coal blocks, according to a senior official of the Coal Ministry on Tuesday.

Coal ministry allocates five coal mines after four years

New Delhi/IBNS: The government has approved the allocation of five coal mines, for which electronic auction had been conducted in the first week of November, media reports said.

mjunction to organise 13th Indian Coal Markets Conference

Kolkata: mjunction services limited, India’s largest B2B e-commerce company, is organising the 13th Indian Coal Markets Conference in Kolkata on Sept 16 to 18. The theme of the conference has been chosen as “Indian coal: self-sufficiency need of the hour.”

Availability of better quality domestic coal leads to reduction in power costs: NTPC

Kolkata, Apr 20 (IBNS): Easy availability of quality domestic coal and coal sector reforms initiated in the last couple of years are soon likely to ease the power costs for consumers in India, according to India's largest power utility National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC), which reduced its coal consumption by 5.5 per cent in 2016-17.