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Coal crunch roils captive power plants after MCL's output declines steeply

Mahanadi Coalfield's output plummeted 33 per cent in September, engendering huge shortage for CPP-based industries

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Mahanadi Coalfields | coal industry | Coal mines

BS Reporter  |  Bhubaneshwar 



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Captive Power Plants (CPPs) in Odisha are in the throes of a severe coal crunch as production from the second largest subsidiary of Coal India Ltd (CIL), Ltd (MCL), has declined steeply for the months of September and October.

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First Published: Mon, December 16 2019. 18:57 IST

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