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The Coal Mines (Special Provisions) pdf

30 Mar 2015 ... (1) This Act may be called the Coal Mines (Special. Provisions) Act, 2015. (2) It extends to the whole of India. (3) It shall be deemed to have come into force on the 21st day of October, 2014. 2. Declaration as to expendiency of Union action.—It is hereby declared that it is expedient in the public interest that...

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A PRESENTATION ON SAFETY IN COAL MINES for 3rd… pdf

4 Apr 2006 ... Coal India Limited is the single largest coal producing company in the world. • Coal India Limited is the second largest corporate body in the world. • CIL produces 85 % of India's total coal production. • Operations are spread over 8 States (Chhattisgarh,. Jharkhand, MP, Orissa, West Bengal, Maharashtra,...

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G20 subsidies to oil, gas and coal production:… pdf

G20 subsidies to oil gas and coal production: India. Vibhuti Garg and Ken Bossong priceofoil.org odi.org. Country Study. November 2015. Argentina. Australia. Brazil. Canada .... Before 2012–13, goods required for coal mining projects attracted a concessional basic customs (import) duty rate of 5% against the normal rate...

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Ten years on, India will not need much of coal… pdf

the situation stands today, we must plan to leverage on our coal resources for the next 10-15 years. This has to be done by both public sector and private sector. In public sector, not only Coal India (CIL), but others like NTPC, SAIL etc. too will have to develop their blocks. NTPC is in quite advanced stage of starting its mines.

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Environmental issues of coal mining - A case study of…

Full-text (PDF) | Jharia coal-field holds unequivocal importance in the Indian context as it is the only source of prime coking coal in the country. Haphazard m...

a decade of economic reforms in india: the mining… pdf

The aim of this paper is to review the progress made in liberalisation of the mining sector and flag important aspects that still need attention. A particular attention is paid towards the coal sector. Rest of the paper is organised as follows: Section 2 provides an overview of the mineral sector in India and its contribution to gross...

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Informal coal mining in Eastern India: Evidence…

9 Oct 2017 ... Request (PDF) | Informal coal mining... | Unauthorized mines are not uncommon in mineral-rich regions of poorer countries, and India is no exception. Whether they constitute merely a law and order problem including safety issues, or there are important social and economic questions involved has yet to be...

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Occupational Health and Safety Needs Assessment in Coal… pdf

Introduction. An occupational health and safety needs assessment exercise was carried out by Asia. Monitor Resource Centre (AMRC), South Asian Research and Development Initiative. (SARDI) and the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) in collaboration with the Indian National Mine Workers...

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mitigating environmental and social impacts of coal mining in… pdf

8 Jun 2008 ... Abstract. Coal is the only natural resource and fossil fuel available in abundance in India. The major environmental challenges encountering the coal industry are impacts of mine fires, dust suppression and control particularly haul road dust consolidation, treatment of mine waters containing heavy...

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Tracking the trends 2016 The top 10 issues mining ... -… pdf

7 Oct 2015 ... the mining sector . The approach, originally pioneered by Toyota Motor, has helped countless manufacturers boost productivity and reduce costs by ...... India. EU. China. North America. Chart 7: Evolution of global coal consumption by major coal-consuming countries/regions (1973-2013). Source: BP...

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Gurdeep Singh - CiteSeerX pdf

1. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WITH BEST MANAGEMENT. PRACTICE OF COAL MINING IN INDIA. Dr. Gurdeep Singh. Professor and Head. Centre of Mining Environment. Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad. ABSTRACT. Coal, the most important fossil fuel in India is vital for its energy security. It is India's least-cost source of...

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Coal mining in India - Wikipedia

Coal mining in India began in 1774 when John Sumner and Suetonius Grant Heatly of the East India Company commenced commercial exploitation in the Raniganj Coalfield along the Western bank of Damodar river. As on 31 March 2015, India had estimated coal reserves of 306.6 billion metric tons (338.0 billion short...

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Coal in India 2015 - Department of Industry,… pdf

Electricity generation. 64. World coal consumption. 67. India's coal consumption. 68. World coal production. 72. India's coal production. 73. Challenges to India's production growth. 74. IMPLICATIONS FOR AUSTRALIA. 79. APPENDIX—COAL FUNDAMENTALS. 85. Part A—Coal properties and extraction. 85. Coal mining...

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Opencast coal mining in India: Analyzing and ... - Wiley… pdf

Opencast coal min- ing creates more se- vere environmental effects than does underground min- ing. In particular, it causes air quality deterioration be- cause of dust and gaseous pollutants (Armstrong, Russell, &. Drehmel, 1980). It affects not only the mining premises themselves, but also surrounding areas. Despite these...

WHEN LAND IS LOST, DO WE EAT COAL? - Amnesty… pdf

9 Feb 2014 ... cast', mines. About 70 per cent of India's coal is located in the central and eastern states of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha, where over 26 million members of Adivasi ...... Centre for Science and Environment, "Rich Lands, Poor People", 2008, at Also see...

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The Indian Mining Sector: Effects on the Environment ... -… pdf

2000 01). Effects of Mining on the Environment in India. The mining sector in India is plagued by several environmental and health and safety related problems. Several accidents have taken place in underground and surface mines like coal and stone mines in the last few years, which have killed scores of mineworkers.

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coal directory of india 2013-14.pdf -… pdf

1 Apr 2012 ... 3.19-3.20. Table 3.14 Gradewise Production of Coking and Non-Coking Coal by States in 2013-14. 3.21. Table 3.15 Gradewise Production of Coking and Non-Coking Coal in India during last ten years. 3.22. Table 3.16 Trends of Production of Raw Coal from OC and UG Mines in last ten years. 3.23.

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The Indian coal sector - PwC India pdf

28 Nov 2012 ... Mining in India is a major economic activity which contributes significantly to the economy of. India. The GDP contribution of the mining industry varies from 2.2% to 2.5% only but going by the GDP of the total industrial sector it contributes around 10% to 11%. Coal with a proven reserve of 860 billion tonnes...

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The Coal Mines Regulations, 1957 - DGMS pdf

1. THE COAL MINES REGULATIONS, 1957. S.R.O.3419 dated the 24th October, 1957 – In exercise of the powers conferred by section. 57 of the Mines Act, 1952 (35 of 1952) and in supersession of the Indian Coal Mines. Regulations, 1926, the Central Government hereby makes the following Regulations, the same having...

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How Coal Mining is Trashing Tigerland - Greenpeace… pdf

2 Jul 2012 ... the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and parts of Odisha and eastern Maharashtra. This same region is also India's largest contiguous tiger landscape, and coal fields here are in proximity to at least 10 Tiger Reserves.2 Proposed coal mining threatens tiger habitat directly, and will also...

Impact of Coal Mining on Environment in India -… pdf

Abstract- Coal mining contributes largely towards economic development of the nation like India although it has a great impact upon the human health. It also has its impact on socio-cultural aspect of the workers and people residing in and around coal mining areas. Thus a holistic approach for taking up to mining activities,...

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Subsidence due to coal mining in India -… pdf

Abstract In India, every year loss of life occurs due to subsidence of land in coal mining areas. Subsidence is very prevalent in the Raniganj coal field which is a major coal producing area. The occurrence of thick coal seam at shallow depth is the main reason for the subsidence and as a result collapses have occurred in...

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Mine 2016 - PwC pdf

31 Dec 2015 ... market capitalisation off the canvas and up by 29%. Thermal coal facing existential threats. Recent extreme volatility. 2016. PwC's Mine 2016 6 .... India GDP Growth. China GDP Growth. China, India and ASEAN-5* GDP Growth. 2000. 2001. 2002. 2003. 2004. 2005. 2006. 2007. 2008. 2009. 2010. 2011.

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Chapter 3: A Brief History of Coal Mining and Coal Deposits… pdf

1 Apr 2008 ... and Global coal scenario and the position of our country in the international field with regard to coal deposits and future prospect of this vital energy source. The whole matter is presented in the following sections: 3.1 A Brief History of Coal Mining in India. Historical records show that even in ancient times...

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coal india limited pdf

24 Apr 2015 ... Coal India Limited (CIL) a State owned coal mining corporate came into being in. November 1975 with the Government taking over private coal mines. With a modest production of 79 Million Tonnes (MTs) at the year of its inception CIL today is the single largest coal producer in the world. Operating through...

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THE ANALYSIS OF FATAL ACCIDENTS IN INDIAN COAL MINES… pdf

This paper describes the analysis of fatal accidents of Indian coal mines from April 1989 to March. 1998. It is found that Indian mines have considerably higher accident and fatality rates compared to those in USA and South Africa, respectively. While open cast mines are generally known to be safer than underground mines...

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WHEN LAND IS LOST, DO WE EAT COAL? - Amnesty International… pdf

9 Feb 2014 ... nearly double annual coal production by 2020 to meet growing energy requirements. However coal mining in India also has a different cost, borne by the communities affected by these mines, who are rarely meaningfully informed or consulted when their land is acquired, their forests decimated, and their...

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Coal Mining Environment and Health Problems: A ... - IOSR… pdf

89 | Page. Coal Mining Environment and Health Problems: A Case of MCL affected s at Talcher, Odisha (India). Dr. Rabindra Garada. Sociology Department, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. Abstract: Coal- fossil fuel found in the earth's crust has been the most significant mineral for energy.

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PDF (Application of Surface Miner in Indian Coal… pdf

10 May 2012 ... in the years to come. India has set itself an ambitious target of more than doubling per-capita electricity consumption by 2011. India's coal demand is expected to grow 7% annually over the next decade. Much of this increased demand will come from power generation, which currently accounts for about...

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Coal mining - PwC India pdf

3 Jul 2013 ... Indian Chamber of Commerce. The strategic importance of coal pg04 | The scope for private participation pg13 | The road ahead pg23. Coal mining. Is private participation the answer?

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Coal Mine Methane Country Profiles, Chapter 16, June… pdf

16.1 Summary of Coal Industry. 16.1.1 ROLE OF COAL IN INDIA. In 2011, coal represented 41 percent of India's total primary energy supply (EIA, 2013a). The. International Energy Agency (IEA) reported that in 2011, 71 percent of the coal produced and imported was used for electric power generation (IEA, 2014). About 57...

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HISTORY OF COAL MINING IN INDIA pdf

HISTORY OF COAL MINING IN INDIA. By E. R. GEE, MA. (Cantab.), F.G'.S., Geological Survey of India. India, in so far as the interests of those directly connected with her coal industry are concerned, is perhaps fortunate in being relatively free from the more complex problems of the world coal trade such as haVe existed...

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The Mineral Industry of India in 2013 - USGS Mineral… pdf

13 May 2016 ... Coal was exported mainly to Bangladesh (60%), Nepal (33%), and Bhutan. (6%) (Arnold, 2013; Indian Bureau of Mines, 2013a, p. 9–10;. 2013d, 7–8 ...... timin.pdf.) Bedinger, G.M., 2015b, Zirconium and hafnium: U.S. Geological Survey. Mineral Commodity Summaries 2015, p. 188–189. (Accessed May 13...

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Coal Mining and Local Environment: A Study in ... - SAGE… pdf

16 Jul 2017 ... Coal Mining and Local Environment: A Study in Talcher. Coalfield of India. Niharranjan Mishra1 and Nabanita Das2. 1Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Institute of Technology Rourkela,. Odisha, India. 2Centre for Youth and Social Development, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India.

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Utilization of Ventilation Air Methane in Indian Coal…

India is the third largest coal producer country in the world and about 12% of total coal production comes from underground mines up to a maximum depth of 600m and remaining from surface ... [1]: COM SEC(2010) European Commission, part2-en.pdf.

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Current Status of Coal in India - EIA pdf

Jitendra Roychoudhury. Current Status of Coal in. India. EIA Energy Conference, Washington DC - 07/12/2016 .... limestone mines. Higher CV fuels can be transported further inland. Hence, imports of pet coke and coal from overseas. Location of cement plants on the western and southern regions means low CV domestic.

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Mining in India - Centre for Science and… pdf

It is the second largest producer of chromite, barytes and talc in the world, and ranks third in production of coal and lignite, and fourth in production of iron ore, kyanite, andalusite and silimanite. In 2010-11, the number of reporting mines in India was 2,628. Most of the country's mining activities are concentrated in the states...

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Overview of the Mining Industry in India - Export… pdf

India. ➢ Key players: Sainik Mining,. Dhansree Engineers, Nidhi. Mining, Thriveni Earth Movers,. NAPC, Mala Kumar,. Sachdeva & Sons; Joy Mining. Contractors. Dealers. ➢ Around 30 players. ➢ Negligible focus on mining. Non Metallic Mineral Mines. ➢ Limestone: 600 mines. Fuel Mineral Mines. ➢ Coal: 564 mines.

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Modernization of Indian coal mining industry: Vision… pdf

Introduction. India is lacking in industrial based application of information technology (IT) in mining industry1,2. To achieve the future production target, coal mining industry has to improve its productivity and safety by enhancing mechanization3, increasing on-line monitoring4, implementing wireless communication systems...

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Overview of Mining and Mineral Industry in India -… pdf

10 Dec 2001 ... India produces as many as 84 minerals comprising 4 fuel, 11 metallic, 49 non- metallic industrial and 20 minor minerals. Their aggregate production in 1999-. 2000 was about 550 million tonnes, contributed by over 3,100 mines (reporting mines) producing coal, lignite, limestone, iron ore, bauxite, copper,...

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