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Impact Analysis of Captive Coal Blocks in India on Domestic Demand – Supply Metrics and Imports of Black Fossil , Comparing Impacts in Pre & Post De allocation Scenario

Production Trends from Captive Coal Blocks in India : A Know How Coal mining for captive end use in India was initiated in 1976 for iron & steel sector and then with the gradual increase in the domestic demand of Read More…

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Understanding Cash Flow & Revenue Metrics for a Captive Coal Block for a Thermal Power Plant in India

Cash Flow for Open Cast Coal Block There are three parameters namely Capital expenditure, Year on year expenses and revenue generated from power sales that would govern the cash flows. These factors are put to variance using the discount factor Read More…

KNUTSFORD, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 24:  Coal waits to be delivered from the yard of traditional coalman Ernie Lockett to homes for winter heating in Northwich on November 24, 2008 in Cheshire, England. Ernie, aged 64, has been a coalman since he was 15 and works alone on his Cheshire delivery round. Coal has seen a resurgence in use as other fuels, such as oil have seen a price increase and the fashion for solid fuel stoves has risen.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Intermittent Risks and Degree of Sensitiveness for Underground Captive Coal Block Already Allotted to Iron & Steel Sector

Underground Coal Block Mining and the Associated Sensitivity (Risks) There are three parameters namely operating cost, rate of production and capital expenditure which would govern the output cost of the coal at large and hence are considered most prone to Read More…

Risk and Degree of Sensitiveness for Underground Captive Coal Block Operations Allotted to Cement Sector

Intermittent Risks and Degree of Sensitiveness for Underground Captive Coal Block Already Allotted to Cement Sector

Underground Coal Block Mining and the Associated Sensitivity (Risks) There are three parameters namely operating cost, rate of production and capital expenditure which would govern the output cost of the coal at large and hence are considered most prone to Read More…

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Risk and Degree of Sensitiveness for Open Cast Captive Coal Block Operations Allotted to Power Sector

Open Cast Coal Block Mining and the Associated Sensitivity (Risks) There are three parameters namely operating cost, rate of production and capital expenditure which would govern the output cost of the coal at large and hence are considered most prone Read More…