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Day's range302.50 - 307.95
52-week range272.05 - 349.85
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  • Reuters16 days ago

    Output at accident-hit Coal India mine may fall 30 percent in January - source

    The mine, operated by Coal India subsidiary Eastern Coalfields Ltd (ECL), may produce about 1.4 million tonnes of coal in January, said the official on condition of anonymity. Coal India, the world's biggest coal miner, was not immediately available for comment. Lalmatia mine in Jharkhand state in eastern India has an annual capacity of 17 million tonnes and accounts for about half of ECL's production.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Coal India's 2017/18 production seen at 660 million tonnes - coal secretary

    State-owned Coal India Ltd, the world's largest coal miner, is expected to raise its production to 660 million tonnes in 2017/18 fiscal year, the coal secretary said on Friday. The miner is expected to achieve its 2016/17 production target of 575 million tonnes and aims to raise output to 1 billion tonnes by 2020, Susheel Kumar told television news channel CNBC-TV18 in an interview. With coal accounting for about 70 percent of India's power generation, the country is the world's third-biggest producer and importer of the fuel, and government wants to boost domestic output to cut imports.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Exclusive: Indian government officials propose break up of Coal India - sources

    Senior Indian government officials tasked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with reviewing energy security are recommending the break up of the country's coal monopoly, Coal India Ltd, within a year. The government backed down from a similar proposal in the face of union protests in 2014. Around 70 percent of India's power generation is coal based.