- Language: English
- 39 Pages
- Published: July 2012
- Region: India
Research Compendium on Coal Mining in India 2012: Energising Captive Development
- Published: May 2012
- Region: India
- 1400 Pages
- Metis Business Solutions PVT
“India is at present grappling with dwindling fuel supplies as a result of which the country is standing at the threshold of power outages. Citing the current scenario, it is of utmost importance to scout for alternatives such as expansion of existing mines, expeditious regulatory clearances and earnest endeavour to bestow new output capacities from captive coal mines.”
To assist its clients in a dynamically changing environment, Metis Knowledge Series will come out with a Research Compendium titled Coal Mining in India 2012: Energising Captive Development covering the top-notch attributes in the coal mining sector, contemplating captive mining as a remedial solution to undermine coal supply dearth.
The primary dimensions of the Compendium focuses on the ground realities of the industry supported by updated statistical facts. Furthermore, it captures exhaustive block-wise details along with recent status of associated End Use Plants, de-allocated blocks, and illustrative designs showing vicinity of coalfields.
The Compendium also entails the recent shift to the new pricing regime, influence of the recent change in auction process and comparative analysis of different sourcing options, which will cater the desired solutions by the industry experts & professionals.
Metis through its upcoming Research Compendium on Coal Mining in India 2012: Energising Captive Development has taken an initiative to address the prevailing woes of the coal sector and suggest multiple solutions which can be adopted in order to abate the industries black burners. The primary dimensions of the Research Compendium focuses on the ground realities of the industry supported by updated and statistical facts.
The endeavour has been made in a view to highlight the captive aspect of the coal sector to strengthen the entire production potential encompassing whole sector. The said evolution will lead the sector to front, escaping the coal paucity & leaving marginal gaps for demand-supply mechanism thereby deducing the dependency on imports.
Pertinently, the Research Compendium will magnify the trends in coal block allocation made so far addressing the major incompetencies of the spearheads in the sector. Furthermore, the details replenishes the exhaustive block-wise details along with recent status of associated EUPs, de-allocated blocks, list of tormented blocks, and illustrative designs showing vicinity of coalfields. In addition, the Research Compendium entails the recent shift to the new pricing regime, influence of the recent change in auction process and comparative analysis of different sourcing options, which will cater the desired solutions by the industry experts & professionals.
Comprehensive Data & Strategic Points
-Exhaustive coverage of the blocks allocated so far
-Latest Status of associated endues plants
-List of de-allocated blocks with respective comprehension
-Details of newly operational block
-Recent Developments in lignite blocks
-Emerging Opportunities in India's Coal Sector
-Recent Developments in Coal Sector
-Sectoral Performance in 11th Plan
-Outlook on 12th Plan for Coal Sector
-Developments in Central Sector Mining Companies
-Global Coal Landscape
Trends in coal output for 12th plans and beyond
With demand having risen multi-fold in the last five years, India's share in the international coal consumers has become one of the largest. Domestic coal production has been a dampener against the rising demand and as a result many users have been on a coal asset buying spree globally.
The demand-supply gap as estimated by the Planning Commission in the ongoing year is likely to touch 142 million tonnes (MT), with domestic availability of only 554 MT against the requirement of 696 MT. This mismatch is likely to widen year on year and expected to cross 200 MT by the end of 12th plan (FY 17). Coal production from domestic sources is expected to reach 1275 MT by the end of 2031-32. Despite this rise, the country will still face an increasing demand supply gap.
Key Questions Answered
- What should be the key imperatives to tide away coal supply woes?
- Will demand supply gap of domestic sector be mitigated by supportive increase in allocated coal blocks?
- What endeavours to be made by State Govt. to fast track the pending milestones?
- What should be the primary strategy to procure coal abroad?
- Why production from captive mines has not picked as expected?
- What is the impact of new coal price mechanism?
The Compendium is a must buy for all stakeholders involved in India's Coal Sector including:
- Coal Miners
- Government Organisations
- Mine Development Operators
- Policy and Regulatory Bodies
- Coal Traders/ Producers
- Logistics Service Providers
- Coal Consumers (Power / Steel / Cement and others)
- Financial Institutions, Research Organizations, Consultants
The Indian coal markets are yet to achieve their maturity. This Research Compendium will give the opportunity to get a good overview and understanding of the complexities and risks of the Coal Sector in India and will equip attendees with a practical insight into those issues. SHOW LESS READ MORE >