MCL achieves 163 mt coal production target of 2021-22
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MCL achieves 163 mt coal production target of 2021-22

Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL), a subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL), has accomplished a 163 million tonnes (mt) coal production target fixed for the ongoing financial year (FY) 2021-22.

MCL made additional efforts to increase its coal production to the maximum during the remaining days of the FY and established a new milestone.

The company reached its overburden removal (OBR) goal of 200 million cubic metres, strengthening the company's future outlook of more expansion in coal output to satisfy the country's increasing demand for fossil fuel.

MCL is prepared to set new milestones in FY 2021-22, with more than 15% growth in coal production, 21% growth in dispatch, and 18% growth in OBR.

Mahanadi Coalfields is one of the main coal-producing firms in India. It is one of the eight subsidiaries of CIL.

Coal India Ltd is a coal mining and refining corporation owned by the Indian government and is under the ownership of the Ministry of Coal, Government of India. CIL is the biggest coal producer globally and a Maharatna public sector undertaking.

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Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL), a subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL), has accomplished a 163 million tonnes (mt) coal production target fixed for the ongoing financial year (FY) 2021-22. MCL made additional efforts to increase its coal production to the maximum during the remaining days of the FY and established a new milestone. The company reached its overburden removal (OBR) goal of 200 million cubic metres, strengthening the company's future outlook of more expansion in coal output to satisfy the country's increasing demand for fossil fuel. MCL is prepared to set new milestones in FY 2021-22, with more than 15% growth in coal production, 21% growth in dispatch, and 18% growth in OBR. Mahanadi Coalfields is one of the main coal-producing firms in India. It is one of the eight subsidiaries of CIL. Coal India Ltd is a coal mining and refining corporation owned by the Indian government and is under the ownership of the Ministry of Coal, Government of India. CIL is the biggest coal producer globally and a Maharatna public sector undertaking. Image Source Also read: Mahanadi Coalfields to build 50-MW solar plant in Odisha's Sambalpur

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