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Singareni: Overproduction should be achieved to meet the nationwide coal demand: CMD N. Sridhar

Singareni now has to produce and transport 1.85 lakh tonnes of coal per day

Direction of C&MD N. Sridhar to Singareni Directors, General Managers of all Areas

Coal shipments grew by 88.3 per cent, production by 71.6 per cent and OB clearance by 28.8 per cent

The Union Coal Ministry has asked Singareni, including Colindia, to increase production in the wake of the shortage of coal at thermal power plants across the country, so Singareni should go ahead with its planned production of 700 lakh tonnes of coal this year as planned and transport at least 1.85 lakh tonnes per day. Shri N. Sridhar, Chairman and MD, Singareni, asked for transport.

He spoke at a review meeting on the product via video conference with company directors, advisors and all general managers from Singareni Bhavan, Hyderabad.

Although there is no shortage of coal for thermal power plants in Telangana state as Singareni is supplying enough coal, the Union Coal Ministry has asked Singareni to further increase coal production as one of the neighboring states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra has enough coal reserves for two days.

Under these circumstances, CMD said it was its responsibility to produce and transport coal without compromising on the specified targets.

Midle of the post

The Chairman and MD directed that coal production from these mines should not fall short of the specified target as OB contracts, machinery and various permits required for surface mines have already been sanctioned in all areas.

Kottagudem, Illandu, Manuguru, RG-2, RG-3, Mandamarri and Srirampur areas in Singareni have been performing well in the last five months till last August.

Coal shipments grew by 88.3 per cent, production by 71.6 per cent and OB clearance by 28.8 per cent

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman and MD, Shri N. Sridhar, said that in the first five months of the current financial year, coal shipments grew by 88.3 per cent, production by 71.6 per cent and OB clearance by 28.8 per cent. It wants to continue this trend and surpass the target of 700 lakh tonnes by the end of the year.

He clarified that 10 lakh tonnes of coal would be produced from JVR OC-2 in Kottagudem area and coal production from the newly sanctioned GDK-5 OC in Ramagundam area would start from October. The annual production targets will be achieved by producing at least 1.85 lakh tonnes per day and more than 2.3 lakh tonnes per day as the rainfall will decline from September.

He said that this year we will achieve the highest production, transport, profit and sales in the history of Singareni. Singareni said the top management will always be ready to provide the necessary support to achieve the set goals.

Director (Operations) S. Chandrasekhar, Director (E&M) D. Satyanarayana Rao, Advisor (Mining) DN Prasad, Advisor (Forestry) Surendra Pandey, ED (Coal Moment) J. Alvin, General Manager ( Coordination), K. Suryanarayana, GM (CPP) K. Nagabhusan Reddy, GM (Marketing) K. Ravisankar, GM (pp) Palakurthi  Sattayya, GM (Environment) destiny, GM (Strategic Planning), Surender, GM (CHP) Swami Naidu , General Managers of all areas participated.

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