SNP Infra Research attempts to blend the factual status of the sector and present a dossier which would be first of its kind and would enable clients with reliable insights and better understanding of the coal and its consuming sectors in the country. It attempts to unveil the pressure on the EUPs with rising coal cost and increased focus on securing imported coal. Also, the status of coal washing and captive coal mining is mapped to details in the report to project actual picture for all the stake holders. The dossier also factors the entire coal consuming sector and their demand is analysed in exhaustively with particular focus on associated risks, cost dynamics and logistics involved.
The 250+ page report has 15 distinct sections. Some of them being:-
The key queries which find answer in this report are: What should be the strategy of developers to ensure raw term availability in the long run? What would be the likely domestic coal production in India by 2022? What would be the coal import scenario in India and its possible impacts on the stake holders? Which other coal rich nations could be the next coal import destination for India? What should be the strategy to cut imports significantly and meet the demand through domestic productions only? What is the importance of logistics and how to minimise the overall transportation cost?