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CIL Confirms 56% Reduction in Coal Production During Strike

Coal News - Published on Thu, 09 Jul 2020

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State-owned Coal India managed to clock an average daily production of 44 per cent and average attendance of nearly 36 per cent during the three-day strike called by worker unions last week. This calculation of average is based on the average of 10 days prior to July 2, the first day of the three-day strike. CIL said "This means, with a little over one-third of the attendance, the company could still produce 58 per cent of Over Burden Removal and coal composite combined."

Over Burden Removal and coal composite means the volume of coal produced and topsoil excavated combined. Over Burden Removal is an important performance parameter as it exposes the coal seam for future production at short notice. OBR alone at 5.70 million cubic metres during the referred strike days clocked 61 per cent of the average of 10 days.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Thu, 09 Jul 2020
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