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Last updated: 25 Mar, 2015  

Captive Coal Block Assesment Toolkit

PR Newswire | 24 Mar, 2015
Captive Coal Block Assesment Toolkit

MUMBAI: The Supreme Court has directed the Government of India to scrap all captive coal block allocations made since 1993. In observance of the same the Government of India (GOI) has come out an ordinance clearly outlining its position on competitive bidding of coal blocks and has marked coal blocks to be auctioned under different schedules (Schedule I to Schedule III). The Government plans to put up 91 coal blocks under the first round of bidding which is likely to start before the end of 2014 or early 2015.

A total of 18,446 Million Tonnes (MT) of reserves, with an annual production capacity of 367 MT, is up for grabs. Through this auction, GOI intends to increase India's coal output to more than 1 Billion Tonnes per annum by 2019. Ministry of Coal is likely to notify the bidding process by the last week of December and the whole process is expected to be completed by March 2015.

Salient Features 

  • A combination of primary and secondary research has been undertaken to collate and analyze data / information. The data is collected from authentic sources and government websites
  • It is crosschecked and vetted by a pool of experts
  • A specially designed filter will enable users to select evaluation criteria according to their preferences / requirements.
  • The tool kit also offers advanced evaluation capabilities on seven critical parameters viz.,

      a) Geological Characteristics with Seam Details and Disturbances

      b) Mining Characteristics with Surface Constraints

      c) Coal Evacuation Infrastructure Status of Clearances and Land Acquisition Type and Percentage of Forest Cover Habitation Details like Villages, Families and Project Affected People State Attractiveness Index

  • The tool also comes with a high degree of flexibility where in the users can custom design their risk perception based assignment of perceptive weights across each evaluation parameters.
  • The tool is a culmination of Athena Info economics research on captive coal blocks and consistent efforts by a team of statisticians, economists, and Coal and power sector specialists.
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https://www.bharatbook.com/alternative-renewable-market-research-reports-643777/captive-coal-block-assesment-toolkit.html

Dataset Coverage

The following are some of the data points that are covered:

    Name of the coal block
    Location of coal block

    a) District

    b) State

  3. Latitude /Longitude

  4. Coal Field

  5. Area of coal block

  6. End use of coal

  7. Approach to coal field

  8. Coal evacuation by nearest railhead

  9. Exploration Status

    a) Fully Explored

    b) Partial explored

    c) Regional Explored

  10. Coal Seam Details

    a) Number of major seams

    b) Seam Thickness

  11. Coal Quality (Grade wise)

  12. Coal Reserves

    a) Geological Reserve

    b) Mineable Reserve

  13. Mine capacity

  14. Type of mining

  15. Forest Cover

  16. Clearance status

    a) Environmental Clearance Status

    b) Forest Clearance Status

  17. Habitation Details

    a) Villages falling under mine area

    b) Project Affected people (PAP)

    c) Village Density

  18. Coal Field Map

  The tool-kit would be of great value to

    Coal Consumers
    Mine Developer Operators [MDO]
    Financing Institutions
    Research Agencies
    Consulting Companies
    Coal Traders   

Related Reports

    Global Metallurgical Coal Industry 2015 Market Research Report
    Global Steam Coal Industry 2015 Market Research Report
    China: Coal - Market Report. Analysis and Forecast to 2020
    Global Coal Fuel Industry 2014 Market Research Report
    Captive Coal and Lignite Blocks in India: The Road Ahead

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