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As speculations run rife about the shape of things to come in the Indian coal industry, the coal and power minister Piyush Goyal puts to rest the possibility of opening the sector to the private sector in near future. The options are always open, the minister says, but perhaps the time is not yet ripe. Incidentally, the statement comes at a juncture when the Supreme Court of India has quashed the allocation of 214 captive blocks to the private parties. So, does it indicate that another round of nationalisation is in the offing? What is the government's plan of action to increase supply of coal in the country? How does the ministry look at the low PLF in power plants? What is the present status of the Coal Regulator? How does the government plan to remove the known hurdles restricting coal output growth? In a wide-ranging, free-wheeling interaction, Goyal reveals the government's thoughts for the coal and energy vertical. Coal Insights captures the essence of the interview.

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