India's Renewed Interest in Coal Imports - CoalMint Special Report

Indian domestic coal supply was legitimately in balance, which had incurred the government to raise its voice against coal imports. The government had reiterated its stance that imports were only required to fill-in the gap in supply arising from lack of coking coal reserves in the country, and to fuel the various power plants that were designed to run on imported coal. But, after the continual fall in domestic coal supply in accordance to the demand and rise in electricity requirement, the country is on course to record growth in thermal coal imports for the second-straight year during FY19.

This report presents a comprehensive view on the various aspects which are affecting the rise in coal Imports in the country, which is a must for everyone associated with the coal industry.

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MAJOR COVERAGE IN THE REPORT:

  • A to Z of Indian Thermal Imports (from major coal supplying countries, coal handling ports and coal receivers to stock position at major ports)
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  • Factors Propelling Coal Imports
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  • Domestic and Global Coal Prices & Supply outlook
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  • Estimated figures for the FY19
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