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Coal India Apr-Nov production at 323.57 mn tons; misses target

World's largest coal miner had set a target of 360.84 MT during the April-November period of 2016-17 financial year

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

A worker carries a container filled with drinking water at a railway coal yard on the outskirts of Ahmedabad. Photo: Reuters
A worker carries a container filled with drinking water at a railway coal yard on the outskirts of Ahmedabad. Photo: Reuters

State-run behemoth India Ltd (CIL) produced 323.57 million tonnes (MT) of in the first eight months of the current financial year.

The world's largest miner had set a target of 360.84 during the April-November period of 2016-17 financial year, it said in a regulatory filing.

During November, the miner produced 50 of the fossil fuel against a target of 53.85 MT.

The offtake of the dry fuel by the during the period was 340.32 MT, lower than the target of 381.55 MT.

Last month's offtake stood at 48.16 against a target of 49.80 MT.

CIL, which accounts for over 80 per cent of the domestic production, is eyeing 598 production in 2016-17 and targets to produce a billion tonnes by 2020.

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Coal India Apr-Nov production at 323.57 mn tons; misses target

World's largest coal miner had set a target of 360.84 MT during the April-November period of 2016-17 financial year

World's largest coal miner had set a target of 360.84 MT during the April-November period of 2016-17 financial year
State-run behemoth India Ltd (CIL) produced 323.57 million tonnes (MT) of in the first eight months of the current financial year.

The world's largest miner had set a target of 360.84 during the April-November period of 2016-17 financial year, it said in a regulatory filing.

During November, the miner produced 50 of the fossil fuel against a target of 53.85 MT.

The offtake of the dry fuel by the during the period was 340.32 MT, lower than the target of 381.55 MT.

Last month's offtake stood at 48.16 against a target of 49.80 MT.

CIL, which accounts for over 80 per cent of the domestic production, is eyeing 598 production in 2016-17 and targets to produce a billion tonnes by 2020.
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Coal India Apr-Nov production at 323.57 mn tons; misses target

World's largest coal miner had set a target of 360.84 MT during the April-November period of 2016-17 financial year

State-run behemoth India Ltd (CIL) produced 323.57 million tonnes (MT) of in the first eight months of the current financial year.

The world's largest miner had set a target of 360.84 during the April-November period of 2016-17 financial year, it said in a regulatory filing.

During November, the miner produced 50 of the fossil fuel against a target of 53.85 MT.

The offtake of the dry fuel by the during the period was 340.32 MT, lower than the target of 381.55 MT.

Last month's offtake stood at 48.16 against a target of 49.80 MT.

CIL, which accounts for over 80 per cent of the domestic production, is eyeing 598 production in 2016-17 and targets to produce a billion tonnes by 2020.

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