COAL RESOURCE EXPLORATION PRODUCTION GOPAL PRASAD GM PAD

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COAL RESOURCE, EXPLORATION, PRODUCTION GOPAL PRASAD, GM (PAD), CMPDI

COAL RESOURCE, EXPLORATION, PRODUCTION GOPAL PRASAD, GM (PAD), CMPDI

RESOURCE • The total inventory of coal in the country stands at 319. 02

RESOURCE • The total inventory of coal in the country stands at 319. 02 BT as on 01. 04. 2018 • The “Measured” or “Proved” coal resource of is 148. 79 BT (about 46. 6%) • The balance resource of 170. 23 BT (about 53. 4%) are in “Indicated” and “Inferred” categories, which needs to be converted to “Measured” category before its exploitation • CMPDI is the nodal agency responsible for detailed exploration for coal thus converting “Indicated” and “Inferred” categories of coal resource to Measured” category

RESOURCE (Figs in Billion Tonnes as on 01. 04 2018) Coal Type Indicated Inferred

RESOURCE (Figs in Billion Tonnes as on 01. 04 2018) Coal Type Indicated Inferred Total Prime Coking Measured / Proved 4. 65 0. 66 - 5. 31 Medium Coking 13. 91 11. 71 1. 88 27. 50 Semi Coking 0. 52 1. 00 0. 19 1. 71 Total – Coking 19. 08 13. 37 2. 07 34. 52 Non Coking 129. 12 125. 7 28. 10 282. 93 Tertiary Coal 0. 59 0. 10 0. 89 1. 57 Grand Total 148. 79 139. 17 31. 06 319. 02 Source: GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA.

RESOURCE (in Billion Tonnes) [VALUE] Proved Indicated Inferred

RESOURCE (in Billion Tonnes) [VALUE] Proved Indicated Inferred

Status of Coal Exploration in India Coal basins in India § There are 63

Status of Coal Exploration in India Coal basins in India § There are 63 major coal basins (45 in Gondwana Formation and 18 in Tertiary Formation) as per National Coal Inventory by GSI. § Major Gondwana basins are spread in Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, W. Bengal, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh & Telangana states. § Tertiary coal deposits are found in the North Eastern States of Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland

STATE-WISE RESOURCE 90000 83152 80000 (in Million Tonnes) 79295 70000 57206 60000 50000 40000

STATE-WISE RESOURCE 90000 83152 80000 (in Million Tonnes) 79295 70000 57206 60000 50000 40000 31667 30000 27987 21702 20000 12299 es h al ch an un 90 ad Si kk i m 101 Na ga la nd m 410 P r 525 sa ya ha la sh eg de M U. Pr a Bi ha sh 576 Ar An dh ra P ra de ht ra as na ar ga ah M Te la n de sh l ra ga M . P en rh W . B ga a tti s ish ha Od Ch Jh ar kh a nd 0 r 1581 1367 1062 As 10000

Status of Coal Exploration in India Basinal Area Prognosticated Area covered Area to be

Status of Coal Exploration in India Basinal Area Prognosticated Area covered Area to be of Indian coal Coal bearing under covered under fields Area Regional (Sq. Km) Exploration (Sq. Km) 60, 000 19, 200 15953 3247 Area covered under Detailed Exploration (Sq. Km) Area to be covered under Detailed Exploration (Sq. Km) 8243 7810

Future Programme of Coal Exploration in India § An ambitious time-bound Programme for Coal

Future Programme of Coal Exploration in India § An ambitious time-bound Programme for Coal exploration has been envisaged for India § About 3247 Sq. Km area is to be covered under Regional Exploration § About 7810 Sq. Km area is to be explored in detail § The entire area to be covered by surface geophysical surveys followed by exploratory drilling and preparation of Geological Reports § Surface geophysical surveys will help reduce the requirement of detailed drilling. § Global Bidding will be floated to carry out the above job

Capacity of CMPDI for Detailed Exploration § CMPDI carries out Detailed Exploration through its

Capacity of CMPDI for Detailed Exploration § CMPDI carries out Detailed Exploration through its own resources as well as through contractual agencies § CMPDI had an ambitious capacity enhancement program for detailed exploration in terms of Plant & Machinery, Human Resource and Skill Development. § The Departmental Capacity of exploration enhanced to 4. 51 lakh m of drilling achieved during 2017 -18 against 2. 73 lakh m achieved during 2011 -12

EXPLORATION • CMPDI has enhanced its in-house capacity by adoption of modern technology in

EXPLORATION • CMPDI has enhanced its in-house capacity by adoption of modern technology in coal exploration to increase drilling productivity • By deploying High Tech Hydrostatic Drilling Rigs • Use of polycrystalline diamond core bits (PCD Bit) of specific design • Use of 4. 5 meter core barrels instead of standard size of 3 meter core barrels to achieve higher productivity • Selection of suitable drilling fluids mixed with desired chemicals for borehole stability • Introduction of casing advancer for very loose strata/overburden drilling, inseam drilling, directional drilling etc.

Achievement of CMPDI in Detailed Drilling during last 6 years Overall Achievement Departmental Achievement

Achievement of CMPDI in Detailed Drilling during last 6 years Overall Achievement Departmental Achievement Outsourced Drilling achievement Meterage Drilled (Lakh m) Growth over previous year (%) 2012 -13 5. 63 13. 0 2. 76 1. 1 2. 87 27. 6 2013 -14 6. 97 23. 8 3. 25 17. 8 3. 72 29. 6 2014 -15 8. 28 18. 8 3. 56 9. 5 4. 72 26. 9 2015 -16 9. 94 20. 0 4. 08 14. 0 5. 86 24. 0 2016 -17 11. 25 13. 0 4. 41 8. 0 6. 84 17. 0 2017 -18 13. 66 21. 0 4. 51 2. 2 9. 15 33. 7 Year

EXPLORATION • Multi parametric geophysical borehole Logging is being used routinely in non-coring boreholes.

EXPLORATION • Multi parametric geophysical borehole Logging is being used routinely in non-coring boreholes. • Ground Probing Radar (GPR) : is an electromagnetic method for shallow high resolution sub-surface investigations survey used for locating water logged mine workings, barrier pillars, buried pipes, soil overburden etc. • 2 D/3 D Seismic Survey: is being used for comprehensive mapping of subsurface features. • Tomography: Another geophysical technique being planned to be introduced in coming years for sub-surface mapping for interpreting structural, thermal and compositional variations.

COAL DEMAND, AND PRODUCTION

COAL DEMAND, AND PRODUCTION

ENERGY SCENARIO - AN OVERVIEW § In the energy scenario world over, an overall

ENERGY SCENARIO - AN OVERVIEW § In the energy scenario world over, an overall trend to shift away from fossil fuels § Share of fossil fuels in the energy reduced from 88 % in 2005 to 86 % in 2015, and is expected to reduce further § Share of renewable is expected to grow at a faster pace § India is also shifting its focus away from fossil fuels based power generation towards solar and other renewables § Share of coal is 55 % in the commercial energy supply in India, but is likely to reduce to 48 % or even less by 2040. § In India, growth of renewables is limited by the capacity-potentials and storage constraints

Coal SCENARIO Demand Scenario COAL DEMAND (figures in Mt) 2014 -15 2015 -16 2016

Coal SCENARIO Demand Scenario COAL DEMAND (figures in Mt) 2014 -15 2015 -16 2016 -17 2017 -18 (as per NITI Estimate Aayog) 59. 35 63. 17 SECTOR Actual Coking - Steel + Coke Ovens 55. 74 56. 83 Power Utility 435. 44 483. 12 591. 58 622. 96 Power Captive 62. 26 34. 65 84. 59 90. 34 Cement 22. 23 19. 5 21. 26 22. 32 Steel DRI 17. 77 7. 76 23. 44 24. 61 Others 228. 69 234. 87 75 85 Total 822. 13 836. 73 855. 22 908. 4 Source: Annual Plan 2017 -18, Mo. C.

COAL DEMAND SCENARIO – KPMG Study 2020 High Energy Base Case Efficiency and High

COAL DEMAND SCENARIO – KPMG Study 2020 High Energy Base Case Efficiency and High Renewable 2030 High Demand High Energy Base Case Efficiency and High Renewable High Demand COAL DEMAND (Mt) 964 923 1000 Source: Draft Report on “Coal Vision 2030” by M/s KPMG. 1460 1300 1900

COAL DEMAND SCENARIO – NITI Aayog 2012 2022 2040 BAU Ambitious BAU Ambitious 582

COAL DEMAND SCENARIO – NITI Aayog 2012 2022 2040 BAU Ambitious BAU Ambitious 582 904 1006 1190 1385 125 266 251 441 330 COAL DEMAND (Mt) Coal-based Power Generation (GW) Source: Draft National Energy Policy of NITI Aayog, version 27. 06. 2017

Coal Production – Production and Projections CIL – Production and Projections (Mt) 16 -17

Coal Production – Production and Projections CIL – Production and Projections (Mt) 16 -17 17 -18 18 -19 (Actual) Projn Company 15 -16 (Actual) ECL 40. 21 40. 52 43. 57 50. 50 54. 20 BCCL 35. 86 37. 04 32. 61 42. 40 45. 50 CCL 61. 32 67. 05 63. 40 76. 35 83. 00 NCL 80. 22 84. 10 93. 02 100. 00 106. 26 WCL 44. 82 45. 63 46. 22 52. 50 56. 34 SECL 137. 93 140. 00 144. 71 167. 00 179. 23 MCL 137. 90 139. 21 143. 06 162. 50 174. 40 NEC 0. 49 0. 60 0. 78 1. 00 1. 07 Total CIL 538. 75 554. 14 567. 37 652. 25 700 19 -20 Projn

ENERGY SCENARIO – FUTURE OUTLOOK § Enhanced exploration to prove coal reserves and start

ENERGY SCENARIO – FUTURE OUTLOOK § Enhanced exploration to prove coal reserves and start new blocks that can give production with low gestation period § Newly allotted blocks to CIL § Large size opencast coal mines § Mass production technology for increased production from underground mines

Coal Production – Newly Allotted Blocks S No Block 1 2, 3 4 5

Coal Production – Newly Allotted Blocks S No Block 1 2, 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10, 11 12, 13 Amarkonda Murgadangal Brahmani + Chichropatsimal Sub-total ECL Mandar Parvat Dulia North Mirjagaon Pirpainti Barahat including Dulia Sub-total BCCL Rampia Dip side of Rampia Ghogarpalli and Dip Extn Sub-total WCL Kotre-Basantpur + Pachmo Sub-total CCL TOTAL Company ECL BCCL WCL WCL CCL Tentative Capacity (Mty) 50 30 80 15 35 30 25 105 50 50 5 5 240 Total Reserves (Mts) 410 1928 2338 172 1400 967. 74 881. 16 3420. 9 285. 24 350 1163. 558 1798. 798 250. 391 7808. 089

SOME LARGE OPENCAST MINES PLANNED IN CIL Sl No Name of Project Company 1

SOME LARGE OPENCAST MINES PLANNED IN CIL Sl No Name of Project Company 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Gevra Magadh Kusmunda Siarmal Integrated Lakhanpur-Belpahar Gopalji (Kaniha I+II) Amrapali Expn Dipka Ashok Sanghamitra Bharatpur Bhubaneswari Talabira II + III Samaleshwari OC Jayant SECL CCL SECL MCL MCL CCL SECL CCL MCL MCL NCL Capacity (mty) 70 51 50 40 30 30 25 25 22 20 20 20

SOME LARGE OPENCAST MINES PLANNED IN CIL Sl No Name of Project Company 16

SOME LARGE OPENCAST MINES PLANNED IN CIL Sl No Name of Project Company 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Dudhichua Rajmahal Sayang OC Lingaraj Chandragupt (Pachra) Ananta Gopalprasad+Utkal-A Hingula Kulda Balram Nigahi Baroud Expn Pelma Chimtapani Porda Lajkura Expn NCL ECL SECL MCL CCL MCL MCL MCL NCL SECL MCL Capacity (mty) 20 17 17 16 15 15 15

Production Enhancement from UG mines – Mass Production Technology SOME LARGE UNDERGROUND MINES IN

Production Enhancement from UG mines – Mass Production Technology SOME LARGE UNDERGROUND MINES IN OPERATION WITH CM / PSLW (1 Mty or more capacity) Sl No Mine Company Capacity (Mty) Technology APPROVED 1 Jhanjra ECL 3. 5 2 Moonidih XV Seam BCCL 2. 5 PS Longwall/Continuous Miner PS Longwall 3 Kapuria BCCL 2. 0 PS Longwall 4 Muraidih BCCL 2. 0 PS Longwall 5 Kumardih B ECL 1. 02 Continuous Miner 6 Churcha RO SECL 1. 0 Continuous Miner

Production Enhancement from UG mines – Mass Production Technology SOME LARGE UNDERGROUND MINES PLANNED

Production Enhancement from UG mines – Mass Production Technology SOME LARGE UNDERGROUND MINES PLANNED WITH CM / PSLW Sl No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Mine Patratu ABC Sangam Silewara Deep Belbaid Parasea Tilaboni Bankola Shaktigarh Siduli Ghusick Gandhigram Pandaveswar-Dalurband Shankarpur Rangamati-B (Tumni and Kanchanpur Sector) (1 Mty or more capacity) Company Capacity (Mty) IN PIPELINE CCL WCL ECL ECL 5. 00 4. 00 3. 20 2. 07 1. 860 1. 740 1. 70 1. 630 1. 550 1. 20 1. 170 1. 163 1. 080 Technology PS Longwall Continuous Miner Continuous Miner Continuous Miner

CONCLUSION v Based on coal demand CIL and other coal producers need to enhance

CONCLUSION v Based on coal demand CIL and other coal producers need to enhance production capacities to minimize coal imports v With its vast expanse and expertise, CIL is expected to meet a major share of the future coal demand v Much of production planning and time-bound action plans are already in place for CIL v Opening and bringing coal projects to target production level entails overcoming the acute constraints being faced by the coal industry, especially land acquisition v Active guidance and help will be needed from all stakeholders in overcoming these constraints in time v Under the dynamic leadership provided by Hon’ble Minister of Coal, CIL is optimistic about meeting the expectations of the stakeholders and of the country.

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MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield North Karanpura Tentative Capacity (Mty) Main Constraints (as

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield North Karanpura Tentative Capacity (Mty) Main Constraints (as per Master Plan document) 160. 53 • EC, FC, R&R, land acquisition. • Construction of Tori-Shivpur-Kathautia Rly line. • Completion of Piparwar Mc. Luskiegunj Rly line. • Strengthening of road network to connect Khelari, Tori, Shivpur, Balumath, Tandwa, etc. • Construction of OHT power lines and Substations.

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield Tentative Capacity (Mty) Mand. Raigarh 79. 00 Main

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield Tentative Capacity (Mty) Mand. Raigarh 79. 00 Main Constraints (as per Master Plan document) • EC, FC, R&R, land acquisition. • Construction of Rly corridor from Bhupdeopur to Korba (via Ghargoda & Dharamjaygarh with a spur from Ghargoda to Donga Mauha to connect Gare-Pelma Block(. • Strengthening of road network to connect Gharghora, Raikera, Kurumkela, Rai, Porda, Syang, Dharamjaygarh, etc. • Construction of OHT power lines and Substations.

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield Tentative Capacity (Mty) Ib Valley 150. 66 Main

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield Tentative Capacity (Mty) Ib Valley 150. 66 Main Constraints (as per Master Plan document) • EC, FC, R&R, land acquisition. • Construction of Rly network from Dhutra to Sardega (52 km), Jamkani-Bijahn (34 km), Dulunga-Darlipali (12 km) & Howrah Mumbai main line (32 km), Talabira to Howrah Mumbai main line (5 km), Monoharpur to OPGC (40 km). • Construction of road network to connect Belpahar, Lakhanpur, Samleshwari, Orient, Lajkura, Basundhara, Sundergarh, Talabira, etc. • Construction of OHT power lines and Substations.

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield Tentative Capacity (Mty) Talcher 165. 48 Main Constraints

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield Tentative Capacity (Mty) Talcher 165. 48 Main Constraints (as per Master Plan document) • EC, FC, R&R, land acquisition. • Construction of Rly network from Jarapada – Talcher (87 km), Radhikapur West Angul (50 km), Angul - Talcher (40 km), Talcher – Dhamra Port via Bhadrak 150 km). • Construction of road network to connect Hingula, Lingaraj, Chhendipada, Angul, Jarpada, Budhapank, etc. • Construction of OHT power lines and Substations.

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield Tentative Capacity (Mty) Rajmahal 200. 00 Main Constraints

MAIN COALFIELDS AND THEIR CONSTRAINTS Coalfield Tentative Capacity (Mty) Rajmahal 200. 00 Main Constraints • FC and law & order problem for exploration. • EC, FC, R&R, land acquisition for mining operations. • Rail links for Chuperbhita, Hura C, Simlong. • Construction of Railway Lines for linking with new blocks. • Diversion of Brahmani River, Local Nalas, Dumka-Rampurhat Road. • Construction of road network to connect the new blocks with Godda, Pakur, etc. • Construction of OHT power lines and substations for new blocks.

COAL DEMAND – SUPPLY SCENARIO 2014 -15 2015 -16 2016 -17 2017 -18 DEMAND

COAL DEMAND – SUPPLY SCENARIO 2014 -15 2015 -16 2016 -17 2017 -18 DEMAND 787. 03 822. 36 838. 32 908. 4 SUPPLY - INDIGENOUS 604. 35 632. 77 647. 73 730. 1 Demand-Supply Gap 182. 68 189. 59 190. 59 178. 3 Materialization through Imports 217. 78 203. 95 190. 95 178. 3 Total Supply / Availability 822. 13 836. 72 838. 68 908. 4 Source: Annual Plan 2017 -18, Mo. C.