The CIL subsidiary has coal stock of about 14.5 million tonne of which Hingula mine has six million tonne
The UCCIL has sought the intervention of the Chief Minister so that the safe level of coal stock is maintained in critical units to prevent any eventualities in operations.
The 20 MTPA first mile connectivity (FMC) project at Sardega would be set up with an expenditure of Rs 311 crore.
This is for the first time that the core mining activity of one of the biggest coal mining companies of the world will witness this progressive change.
The double-digit growth of 30.7 per cent in July helped Coal India Limited push its progressive production growth to 5.2 per cent at the end of July.
In a bid to boost its coal business, MCL, the second largest company of CIL, aims to set up a power and smelter plant in Odisha.
To this effect the company has tweaked its e-auction coal sale policy this week after its board gave the go-ahead.
Out of the total coal offtake of 54.1 MT, the power sector lifted 42.4 MT or 78.4 per cent of the dry fuel. Non-power sector accounted for the remaining 11.7 MT.