India Coal Mining to 2023

India Coal Mining to 2023

  • February 2020 •
  • 60 pages •
  • Report ID: 5874934 •
  • Format: PDF
India Coal Mining to 2023SummaryThe "India Coal Mining to 2023" provides a comprehensive coverage on Indian coal industry.It provides coal reserves, resources, historical and forecast data on coal production by type, production by state, consumption by type and end use, and imports to 2023.The report also includes a demand drivers section providing information on factors that are affecting the Indian coal industry.It further provides mines and projects count by company by status, profiles of major coal producers, information on the major active, development and exploration projects.In addition, the report also covers India’s mining fiscal regime.India is the world’s third-largest producer of coal, after China and the US. In 2018, the country’s production increased by 7.3% to 765.1 million tonnes (Mt) owing to increased output from Coal India Ltd, which supplies around 80% of the country’s total. In that same year, the production of thermal and metallurgical coal was 714.4Mt and 50.7Mt respectively. Simultaneously, country’s coal consumption and imports reached 958.9Mt and 227.4Mt respectively. To reduce it’s dependency on imports, the Indian government aims to boost domestic supply, which is expected to grow significantly posting a forecast period (2019-2023) CAGR of 8.7%, to reach 1.1Bnt in 2023.Scope- The report contains an overview of India’s coal mining industry including key demand driving factors affecting the country’s coal industry.- It also provides detailed information on reserves, resources, production, production by state, major operating mines, major exploration and development projects, competitive landscape, consumption, and imports.- Further, it also provides country’s fiscal regime, which covers governing bodies, relevant laws, mining concessions, as well as key taxes, and royalties.Reasons to buy- To gain an understanding of India’s coal mining industry, relevant driving factors- To identify its reserves, historical and forecast trend on domestic coal production, consumption, and imports- To gain an overview of the country’s mining fiscal regime- To identify India’s mining governing bodies, laws, rights and mining concessions, major taxes, and royalties applicable for the country’s mining industry
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