- Oilprice.com•19 days ago
India, the largest coal importer in the world, is about to start exporting supply, a move that may have serious consequences for coal producers around the world
- Reuters•3 months ago
Plans by India's coal monopoly to buy billions of dollars of new machinery and outsource work are facing resistance from powerful unions worried about job losses, in a potential blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's promise to bring electricity to all. State-run Coal India Ltd, the world's biggest coal miner, has already doubled output growth since Modi came to power two years ago, owing to the removal of hurdles to production like environmental clearances and land acquisition. The increase turned coal shortages at India's power plants to oversupply, making it one of the administration's biggest successes.
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