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In this issue

Coal freight to turn costly as IMO2020 set to kick in
Global shipping industry impact likely to be $50-60 billion in 1st year

Also read:
• We remain concerned about availability of compliant fuel in smaller ports.” Sunil Krishnakumar, senior technical adviser at International Chamber of Shipping
• Dues of Discoms rises to Rs 80,000 crore
• NTPC H1 local coal buy drops 6%, imports up 6-fold
• Asia set to support global coal till 2024: IEA

Plus regular features, corporate, logistics, international news & price analyses.

Coal Freight To Turn Costly As IMO2020 Set To Kick In

Global shipping industry impact likely to be $50-60 billion in 1st year

Coal Freight To Turn Costly As IMO2020 Set To Kick In

10+ mins

CIL's coal production down 4% in November

Not with standing an improvement in its performance during the month, Coal India Ltd (CIL) witnessed a decline of 3.9 percent in coal production in November 2019 over the same month last year, according to (provisional) data released by the company.

2 mins

SCCL's coal production down 5.7% y-o-y in Nov

Coal production by Singareni Collieries Company Ltd (SCCL) declined by 5.65 percent to 5.44 million tons (mt) in November 2019, compared to 5.77 mt reported for the same month last year, according to (provisional) data released by the company.

SCCL's coal production down 5.7% y-o-y in Nov

2 mins

Power capacity addition during Oct at 800 MW

Power generation capacity addition during October 2019 stood at 800 megawatts (MW), according to data released by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA). The target set for the month stood at 570.33 MW.

Power capacity addition during Oct at 800 MW

2 mins

Coal India eyes 2 million ton a day output to meet shortfall

Coal India Chairman AK Jha and coal additional secretary VK Tiwari recently reviewed performance of the Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL).

Coal India eyes 2 million ton a day output to meet shortfall

9 mins

Oracle Power joins hands with China National Coal, Emirates Group head for Thar coal project

Oracle Power PLC, the UK energy developer of a combined lignite coal mine and mine mouth power plant located in block VI of the Thar desert of Pakistan has entered into a Joint Development Agreement with the private office of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Juma Al Maktoum and China National Coal Development Co.

Oracle Power joins hands with China National Coal, Emirates Group head for Thar coal project

3 mins

Asia Set To Support Global Coal Till 2024: IEA

Global coal demand is expected to decline in 2019 but could remain broadly stable over the next five years, supported by robust growth in major Asian markets, according to the International Energy Agency’s Coal 2019, the latest annual coal market report.

7 mins

Competence of holder of competency certificate

Mining is a process of fighting against the nature’s equilibrium. Such fight is fraught with dangers and therefore, there are numerous restrictions and guidelines framed.

Competence of holder of competency certificate

8 mins

The rising and falling tides of ocean freight

The year has been marked with mercurial freight rates inflected by a plethora of scenarios such as the Vale tailings dam collapse in Brumadinho, Brazil in January’19, additionally the ensuing US-China trade war, and looking upon the IMO 2020 regulations in the near future - true to the volatile nature of the shipping industry.

The rising and falling tides of ocean freight

4 mins

Digitalisation making procurement fast and intelligent

Procurement functions is fast getting digitised helping the manufacturing sector to a faster decision making process and moving away from just chasing the lower cost supplier to a more value added proposition.

Digitalisation making procurement fast and intelligent

2 mins

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Coal Insights Magazine Description:

Publishermjunction services ltd

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Coal Insights is India's premier and widely read monthly magazine on coal & mining industry published by mjunction services ltd (A JV of Tata Steel and SAIL).It caters to the entire coal supply chain from mining to consumption. It tracks the coal market with special focus on India, & covers production & consumption reports, as well as dispatch and stocks at power plants.It covers a variety of topics including demand, supply, e-marketing, mining technology, imports, pricing and policy matters, logistics, infrastructure and clean coal initiative. It also covers the interviews of the decision makers of coal industry on a regular basis.

Also includes daily news headlines & daily newsletter on coal industry.

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