State-owned CIL on Friday mentioned its coal manufacturing grew by 11.5 per cent to achieve 460 million tonnes (MT) in the course of the April-November interval of the continued fiscal.
CIL accounts for over 80 per cent of home coal output.
The corporate had produced 412.5 MT of coal within the year-ago interval, Coal India Ltd (CIL) mentioned in an announcement.
“With 11.5 per cent year-on-year development CIL stayed forward of the annual asking fee of 10.2 per cent. The manufacturing noticed an upsurge of 47.4 MT in quantum phrases in comparison with 412.5 MT of similar interval final yr,” the PSU mentioned.
All of the seven arms of CIL have registered development with two of them — BCCL and NCL — reaching their respective progressive targets.
Over the last month CIL’s manufacturing elevated by 8.7 per cent to 66 MT from 60.7 MT within the corresponding month of earlier fiscal.
Provide of coal by CIL to the ability sector registered an increase of 4.7 per cent to 398.7 MT within the April-November interval in comparison with 380.8 MT within the year-ago interval.
“CIL feels assured of breaching the demand projection of 610 MT positioned on it by the Ministry of Energy for the present fiscal,” it mentioned, including that in a problem, throughout remaining 4 months of FY’24, CIL has to develop over the excessive base of the penultimate 4 months of earlier monetary.
All of the efforts are on this path.
12 months so far coal inventory at CIL’s pitheads is at 45 MTs, which is round 58 per cent extra in comparison with 28.5 MTs of the identical interval final yr.
CIL’s complete provides have been at 485.4 MT in the course of the first eight months of the present fiscal, registering a development of 8.7 per cent.
The provides by the maharatna agency was at 446.4 MT in the course of the corresponding interval of FY’23.
“For the month of November 2023 coal off-take of 63 MTs was increased by 2.3 MTs in comparison with 60.7 MTs of November 2022,” it mentioned.
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First Printed: Dec 01 2023 | 3:02 PM IST