Coal India Limited (CIL) has played an important role in augmenting production and recorded its highest monthly coal production of 53.47 MT in the month of April 2022, growth of 27.64 per cent on year-on-year basis.
New Delhi: India’s coal production continues its record achievement during the first half of May, also, further improving on production and dispatch performance attained in April this year. During the first half of May, total coal production increased to 33.94 million ton (MT) achieving a growth of 36.23 per cent over the production of 24.91 MT during the same period last year. Total coal dispatch up to May 15 has been at 37.18 MT recording an increase of 15.87 per cent during the corresponding period last year.
Total coal despatches (including non CIL coal producing units) have been to the tune of 71.77 MT for the entire month of April, 2022 registering a growth of 9.39 per cent on year-on-year basis. The total coal production in the country has increased to 67 Million Tonnes (MT) in April registering an impressive growth of 29.80 per cent.
Coal India Limited (CIL) has played an important role in augmenting production and recorded its highest monthly coal production of 53.47 MT in the month of April 2022, growth of 27.64 per cent on year-on-year basis. Up to May, CIL production has been at 26.35 MT, an increase of 34.44 per cent over production of 19.60 MT during same period last year. The total dispatches of coal from CIL have gone up to 57.50 MT in April 2022 from 54.23 MT in April 2021 indicating an increase of 6.03 per cent. As per the consolidated figures, overall dispatches (including non CIL production) to power have been at the level of 61.69 MT as compared to 52.32 MT in April 2021, recording an increase of 17.91 per cent.
The Ministry of Coal is continuing all efforts to further enhance coal production and dispatch to meet the increasing power demand in the country due to sustained economic growth and also the seasonal factors.