India’s coal import drops 43% in July owing to high stockpile at pitheads, plants

India’s coal import fell 43.2 percent to 11.13 million tonnes (MT) in July this year on account of high stockpile of the dry fuel at pitheads, plants and ports.
The country had imported 19.61MT of coal in July 2019, according to a provisional compilation, by mjunction services limited, based on monitoring of vessels’ positions and data received from shipping companies.
Mjunction — a joint venture between Tata Steel and SAIL — is a B2B e-commerce company that also publishes research reports…

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