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Central Coalfields Limited 20.01.2015. 1 BILLION TON PRODUCTION PLAN 18.9 MT Coal production from Piparwar, Selected Dhori (Q3) and Kalyani will be lost.

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1 Central Coalfields Limited

2 1 BILLION TON PRODUCTION PLAN 18.9 MT Coal production from Piparwar, Selected Dhori (Q3) and Kalyani will be lost due to reserve depletion in these mines. 2

3 Production Plan (MT) 3

4 GREENFIELD PROJECTS A. Already commissioned: i. AMRAPALI OC ( 12 MTY)-Feb’14 ii. MAGADH OC (20 MTY)-Oct’14 iii. KONAR OC (3.50 MTY) – Jan’14 iv. SAWANG ‘C’ UG (0.15 MTY)-Dec’14 v. PURNADIH OC (QUARRY 1 )-Aug’2013 vi. NORTH URIMARI OC (QUARRY 2 )-Oct’13 4

5 GREENFIELD PROJECTS B. To be commissioned: i. Sanghamitra OC (20 MTY) ii. Pachra OC (15 MTY) iii. Chatti-Baratu,Kerandari OC (13 MTY)-To be handed over to CCL. 5

6 Production and Dispatch Plan (MT) 6

7 Future projects up to Greenfields projects NameCapacity Production in FY2020 Start of Production Pachra OC Sanghamitra OC Chatti- Bariatu, Kerandari OC Pichri OC Kalyani OC Piparwar – Mangardaha UG Total

8 Plan for 140 MT of Coal by CCL in towards 1 BT GROUP ( Actual) Plan for Projection Existing Mines Completed Projects On-going Projects Future Projects Total Growth in absolute term Growth in % 10%11%19%30%35% A. GROUP-WISE 8

9 Projects requiring Tori - Shivpur – Kathutia Railline for Evacuation NameCapacity Productio n in FY2020 Start of Productio n Amrapali OC Magadh OC Pachra OC Sanghamitra OC Chatti- Bariatu, Kerandari OC Total

10 TORI – SHIVPUR - KATHOTIA RAILWAY LINE

11 TORI SHIVPUR KATHOTIA RAILWAY LINE Tori Shivpur Section Shivpur Kathotia Section Shivpur Kathotia Tori

12 TORI SHIVPUR KATHOTIA RAILWAY LINE Proposed Length of Railway Line Sl. No. ParticularsTotal (km)Status 1Tori- Shivpur44.37Nearly 55% land yet to be acquired/handed over. Tree cutting in progress in Forest patches (Only 47% completed) 2Shivpur - Kathautia49.08Stage-I forestry clearance application is yet to be filed to MoEF 3Total93.45 Total CostRs Crs.

13 Type of Land Requisitioned Acquired / Handed Over YET TO BE Acquired/ handed over Remarks Forest Nil Govt. of Jharkhand accorded approval for diversion on Tree cutting is in progress. GungleJ hari Nil To be transferred Govt / GM Nil To be transferred Raiyati To be obtained Total % (approx.) area yet to be given TORI-SHIVPUR SECTION

14 Type of Land Requisitioned Acquired / Handed over YET TO BE Acquired/ Handed over Remarks Forest Nil After getting NOC for GMJJ land, Stage –I forestry clearance application will be initiated. Gungle- Jhari Nil To be transferred Govt/ GM Nil72.150To be transferred Raiyyati Nil To be acquired TOTAL SHIVPUR-KATHOTIA SECTION

15 RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE WORKS UNDERTAKEN BY EC RAILWAY Sl. No. Work/ ActivityValue (Rs. In Crores) Present Status Tori – Shivpur – Kathotia BG Rail line – By EC Railway, Patna / Hajipur. Project Cost revised from Rs Crores to Rs Crores Railway CAPITAL COST (Revised cost Rs Crores) : – This rail line having length of Kms. is being constructed by EC Railway on deposit term basis from land acquisition, forestry clearance etc. upto commissioning. FUNDING OF THE PROJECT : – Initially it was decided that CCDAC will provide funds for this rail line. In the 70 th CCDAC meeting held on , “In principle approval” was accorded by CCDAC of the then project cost of Rs Crores with 100% assistance from CCDAC. Later the cost was revised by Railways from Rs 2345 Crores to Rs Crores. CCDAC has been requested by CCL for approval of Revised cost estimate of Rs Crores. Till now CCDAC has provided Rs Crores only out of total deposited amount of Rs Crores for this rail line project. In the 74 th meeting of CCDAC held on 26 th December 2013, CCDAC agreed “in-principle” to pay the expenditure incurred by CCL limiting to initial sanctioned assistance of Rs Crores only. A letter from MOC was received on , wherein it is mentioned that balance fund requirement cannot be arranged from CCDAC. It was advised to take up the matter with CIL for arrangement of fund for this crucial rail line project.

16 Present Status Payment to Railways: Till now CCL has deposited Rs Crores with Railways (Rs Crores received from CCDAC & Rs Crores by CCL). CCDAC has been requested for reimbursement of the amount deposited by CCL with railways. Also as desired by Railway, Consent letter has been sent to EC Railway for survey of future 2 nd & 3 rd line near existing Tori /Mahuamilan Station. SCHEDULE DATE OF COMPLETION : – Tori – Shivpur section - June’2016.(vide Railways letter dtd ). March 2015(As per 3 rd IMC meeting held on ) Shivpur – Kathotia section - June’2018, if forestry clearance is granted latest by March’2015. Details of Land Payment & Tree felling Status As requested by railways, CCL management had previously conveyed the acceptance to EC Railway, Patna on for payment of 2.4 times the normal land compensation for emergency acquisition of balance Raiyati land by Railways under Jharkhand Swaichik Bhoo–Arjan Niyamawali – 2010 as per the provisions of Govt. of Jharkhand. A meeting was held on at Ranchi between the Chief Secretary, Govt. of Jharkhand and Chairman Railway Board, New Delhi in which serious concern was expressed on the delay in the commissioning of this rail line. To expedite the land acquisition issues, a task force consisting of DC,DFO and SP was constituted, which would meet every fortnight along with officials of Railways. GM, Van Nigam, Govt. of Jharkhand was assigned the task of cutting remaining trees along the rail alignment in Tori-Shivpur section within 3(Three) months time. As intimated by Railways, 3 (Three) task force meetings have been conducted by DC/Chatra.

17 Present Status Details of Land Payment & Tree felling Status As requested by railways, CCL management had previously conveyed the acceptance to EC Railway, Patna on for payment of 2.4 times the normal land compensation for emergency acquisition of balance Raiyati land by Railways under Jharkhand Swaichik Bhoo–Arjan Niyamawali – 2010 as per the provisions of Govt. of Jharkhand. A meeting was held on at Ranchi between the Chief Secretary, Govt. of Jharkhand and Chairman Railway Board, New Delhi in which serious concern was expressed on the delay in the commissioning of this rail line. To expedite the land acquisition issues, a task force consisting of DC,DFO and SP was constituted, which would meet every fortnight along with officials of Railways. GM, Van Nigam, Govt. of Jharkhand was assigned the task of cutting remaining trees along the rail alignment in Tori-Shivpur section within 3(Three) months time. As intimated by Railways, 3 (Three) task force meetings have been conducted by DC/Chatra.

18 Present Status CIVIL ENGINEERING WORKS : – As per the record notes of the 3rd Inter Ministerial Committee (IMC) meeting held on , all tenders for Civil Engineering Works upto 44 Km length in Tori-Shivpur section was to be finalised by October However as per present status, work is presently in progress in the portion upto 36 Km for an awarded value of Rs Crores. Further, Tendering is in process for works amounting to Rs Crores. The work is in progress physically in non forest patches only in 0 to 36 Kms. from Tori end. About lakhs Cu.m out of lakhs Cu.m approx. of earth work has been completed. Expenditure : – Till date the Railways have made an expenditure of Rs.188 Cores only (i.e. 20% approx of total deposited amount of Rs Crores) by CCL.

19 MAJOR CONSTRAINTS  Evacuation  Land Authentication (Annexure -1)  FC (Annexure -2) 19

20 CCL – YEAR END STOCK (MT) Stock dropped to below 10 MT level for the first time in 8 years in

21 SL NO H E A D TOTAL BEREBEPROJ 1LAND REHABILITATION RESIDENTIAL & WELFARE SERVICE BUILDING ROADS P & M HEMM CHP OTHERS (INCL.UG) MINE DEVELOPMENT WASHERY RAILWAY SIDING EXPLORATION / PLAN OTHERS TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY ( )

22 EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT PLAN

23 YEAR ShovelDumperDozersDrill 10 M M 3 < 4 M 3 100T60T410HP320HP160mm

24 HEMM POPULATION ( ) 24 SHOVEL106 DUMPER493 DOZER183 DRILL108 WATER TANKER62 GRADER53 LOADER37 CRANE78 TYRE HANDLER6 CABLE REELER1

25 CATTERPILLAR VS BEML DUMPERS 25 CapacityMake Performance Nos. % Avl % Utl. On Roll S/off Wkg 60 T BEML CAT T BEML CAT T BEML CAT

26 Technological Development & Mechanization of Mines Proposed Present technology Production level FY LHD / SDL WITH BORD AND PILLAR Future technology Future Production level (Rated capacity of mines) 1. Continuous Miners in 3 mines – Churi-Benti, Parej East and Piparwar- Mangardaha UG

27 Technological Development & Mechanization of Mines Proposed 27 1.Surface Miners in all projects having more than 5 MTY capacity. Crushed coal (-) 100 mm production from 6 mega projects in – 94 MT 2. Minimization of road transport : a.Installation of belt conveyor from face to CHP b.Rapid Loading System and Silo Loading

28 Technological Development & Mechanization of Mines Proposed Complete Transparency through ICT Techniques a.WAN b.GPS, RFID, CCTV, automatic weighment & boom barrier based monitoring system c.E tendering, e refund d.Single Window Grievance Redressal Cell – Samadhan Kendra e.Mass Promotion

29 SOLUTION  Identification of customers to lift coal from pit head under the scheme " as is where is”.  Tori-Sihivpur-Kathutia Railway Line  Productivity enhancement 29

30 Thank You 30

31 Measures Suggested 31 1.Improvement in efficiency and productivity of men and machines: Annexure 1 & 2 2.Identification of outsourcing patches of existing mines which were hitherto considered unviable due to high stripping ratio. 3. Depending on land availability, outsourcing beyond the departmental capacity in existing mines 4. Opencasting underground mines wherever feasible 5.Rationalisation of men and machines 6. Standardisation of machines – 60 T dumpers with 5 m3 shovel and 100 T dumpers with 10 m3 shovels 7.Waiving environmental clearance for small patches with production of less than 0.50 MTY. 8. Introduction of piece rated concept for drill, dumper and shovel operators 9. Dedicated Cell for land acquisition and E&F clearance  Fresh recruitment of sufficient officials  Horizontal transfer of willing executives in various grades 10. Right person for right job

32 Annexure 1 32 POINTS TO IMPROVE AVAILABILITY OF HEMM WITH RELIABILITY 1 HEMM Procurement Sandardisation of Shovel -Dumper Combination ( 1. 60T Dumper with 6.5 Cu.M Shovel, T Dumper with 10 Cu. M Shovel) preferable make of Dumpers Catterpillar/ Komatsu and for Shovel - P&H. The concept of MARC for Higher capacity equipment should be enhanced from 70% to 90 % of economic life of the equipment with operators and payment should be made for each hour of utilisation. 2Equipment procurement for Two years requirement at a time. 4Joint venture with Tyre manufacturer for smooth flow of tyres 5 Spares Availability Depot At Door for Bigger Area /Project for immediate Spares availability. Web Integration of All Stores of Subsidiary 7To ensure quality spares availability Right in time. 8 CIL's Model Depot agreement may be implemented Judiciously ( To implement Model Depot Agreement in TOTO as per the lead company.) 9Procurement of spares for at least for two years for Imported Items. 10To ensure availability of Consumables just in time. 11To ensure issuance of spares from Stores 24X7. 12Provisioning of Handling equipment at Stores ( Fork lifter, Pick & carry Crane etc) 13 HEMM Maintenance Practices To implement maintenance practices as per OEM recommendations Judiciously. 14To implement Condition Based Maintenance practices. 15 To Implement Three Tier maintenance Practices ( At Field, Base Work Shops & RRS / CRS) along with proper generation of float assemblies. 16Staggered Maintenance 17 Medium term Rate Contract for Overhaul / Repair of Major Sub assemblies by OEMs after expiry of warranty period for remaining rated life. ( Bucket, Crowd Mechn, Under carriage, Electricals, E engine, transmissions, Blade etc.) 18Provisioning of Computer with Data Entry Operator for proper recording & Forecasting of Schedule maintenance. 19Provisioning of Adequate Skilled manpower. 20 Man Power Human capital Generation through Specialised Training. Steps have already been initiated. Fresh engineers are being sent to equipment manufacturers like HEC, BEML, L&T, REL, Atlas Copco etc for the purpose. 21Provisioning of Skilled Technical manpower ( Auto Electrician, HT electrician, EP Fitter, Welder Etc) 22Proper training of manpower for Skill Development. 23Job Rotation for multi Skill Development. 24 Maintenance Infrastructure Provisioning of Proper maintenance Infrastructure ( Maintenance Van, Diesel Bowser, Tyre handler etc.). 25Provisioning of Maintenance tools & Special Tools ( Flow meter, Pressure gauge, Torque multiplier etc) 26EOT Crane & Fork lifter & articulated Pick & carry crane. 27Provisioning of DG set at Workshops. 28Centralise Lubrication for all grades of Lubricant in the Base Work Shop. T 29Tyre Mounting & De mounting device 30Provisioning of Adequate washing facilities ( Multi Jet washing Pump with ETP )) 31Provisioning of Diesel Dispensing Unit at All Workshop with water Separation plant. 32Provisioning of Flushing cart at all workshop for maintaining cleanliness of all lubricating oil. 33 Miscellaneous Standarisation of fleets of equipment project wise/ Area wise 34Motivational tool for enhancement of Availability of HEMM. 35Enforce discipline & non interference of external agencies. 36Steps to be taken to minimise Operational Abuse of Equipment ( Proper blasting, Bench height, Haul road etc).

33 Annexure 2 33 POINTS TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY & PRODUCTIVITY. 1 Motivational tool for enhancement of utilisation hours (a) Operators comfort, (b) AC Canteen facility associated with AC mobile canteen, (c) introduction of piece rated concept of operators. 2Mine Geometry (a) To work according to Mine operation rolling plan for at least three year. (b) To maintain proper faces, benches, haul raods, dump yards along with proper illumination & dust supression. 3Proper fragmentation 4Contingency fleet for unintrupted availability of HEMM for production. 5To Implement Four Shift working or Two shift with extension of Back Shift. 6Staggered maintenance & Hot Seat exchange of operators 7To maintain separate road for Dozer & Light vehicle movement 8To ensure Rest shelter with Drinking water facility at face as well as at workshop 9Proper communication system. 10Provisioning of light vehicles in Back Shift. 11To ensure throughput of trained operators. 12Provision of Supervisors ( Electrical Supervisor / Foreman) 13Enforce discipline & non interference of external agencies.

34 Productivity Improvement Plan 34 1.Surface Miners in all projects having more than 5 MTY capacity. Crushed coal (-) 100 mm production from 6 mega projects in – 86 MT 2. Minimization of road transport : a.Installation of belt conveyor from face to CHP b.Rapid Loading System and Silo Loading 3 Replacement of 35 T dumper with 60 T dumpers

35 Productivity Improvement Plan Complete Transparency through ICT Techniques a.WAN b.GPS, RFID, CCTV, automatic weighment & boom barrier based monitoring system c.E tendering, e refund d.Single Window Grievance Rederessal Cell – Samadhan Kendra e.Mass Promotion

36 Productivity Improvement Plan Discipline enforcement 5. Introduction of Continuous Miners in Churi- Benti, Parej East, Piparwar-Mangardaha (proposed) 6.Sidings within leasehold for group A and B mines

37 Productivity Improvement Plan 37 7.Land Restoration 8. Green Energy Hub in group A mines 9.ITI and Multi skill Development centre

38 CONCLUSION 38 1.Implementaion of Kaya Kalp Model : Silver bullet for Coal Industry

39 39

40 1. Forestry Clearance 40 Sl NoMineForest Land Involved (Ha) Production FC Required 1Urimari OC ,Feb’15 2Rohini OC , Dec’14 3Amlo OC ,Dec’15 4Dhori East OC ,Dec’15 5KD Hesalong OC ,Dec’15 6Kedla OC ,Dec’15 7Govindpur Ph II OC ,Sept.’15 8Karo OC ,Sept.’15 9Purnadih OC ,Dec’15 10Rajrappa OC ,Dec’15 11Parej East UG ,Sept.’15

41 1. Forestry Clearance 41 Sl NoMineForest Land Involved (Ha) Production FC Required 12Tarmi OC ,Sept.’15 13Amrapali OC ,June’16 14Ashoka Expn. OC ,June’16 15Magadh OC ,June’16 16Topa OC RO ,June’16 17Churi-Benti UG ,June’16 18Tapin South Expn. OC , Mar’17 19Pachra OC ,June’16 20Sanghamitra OC ,June’16 21Pichri OC ,June’16 22Piparwar- Mangardaha UG ,June’16

42 2. Environmental Clearance 42 Sl NoMineProduction EC Required 1Govindpur Ph II OC ,Feb’15 2Selected Dhori (Q3) OC , Feb’15 3Topa UG , June’15 4KD Hesalong OC , Sept’15 5Kedla OC , Sept’15 6Sangam OC , June’15 7Karo OC , Sept’15

43 2. Environmental Clearance 43 Sl NoMineProduction EC Required 8Tapin South Expn. OC , Dec’16 9Parej East UG , Sept’15 10Pachra OC , Dec’15 11Sanghamitra OC , Dec’15 12Pichri OC , Dec’15 13Kalyani OC , Dec’15 14Piparwar- Mangardaha UG , Dec’15

44 5. Land Authentication and Physical Possession 44 Sl NoMine Land Involved (Ha) Production Required 1KD Hesalong OC , April’15 2Khasmahal OC , April’15 3Amrapali OC , Dec’14 4Ashoka Expn. OC , Dec’14 5Karo OC , Dec’14 6Magadh OC , Dec’14 7North Urimari OC , Dec’14 8Piparwar OC MT, , Dec’14 9Purnadih OC , Dec’14 10Rajrappa OC , Dec’14 11Topa RO OC , Dec’14 12Chainpur OC , Dec’14

45 5. Land Authentication and Physical Possession 45 Sl NoMineProduction Required 13Pachra OC Sanghamitra OC Chatti-Bariatu, Kerandarai OC Pichri OC

46 Production and Dispatch (Figs in MT) After years of almost no growth in coal production, CCL registered a growth of 4.1 % in (LIKELY)

47 CCL – YEAR END STOCK (MT) Stock dropped to below 10 MT level for the first time in 8 years in

48 2. CAPEX – TARGET VS ACTUAL (Rs Crs)

49 Production Augmentation- 6 Mega Projects Sl No ProjectProduction in (MT) Constraints 1.Ashoka Expn. OC Land Authentication, Physical Possession, FC 2.Amrapali OC12.00 Land authentication, Evacuation, FC 3.Magadh OC20.00 Land authentication, Evacuation, FC 4.Pachra OC DO-, EC 5.Sanghamitra OC DO-, EC 6.Chatti-Bariatu, Kerandari OC 6.50 Blocks to be handed over to CCL, - DO- TOTAL86.00

50 Mine Closure – Reserve Depletion MineProduction Piparwar OC12.31 Selected Dhori (Q 3) 4.73 Kalyani OC1.88 TOTAL18.92 Production loss due to mine closure in next few years : 19 MT

51 Production Sustenance - 11 Projects Sl No ProjectProduction in (MT) 1.Govindpur Ph II OC Karma OC Karo OC Konar OC Kathara OC North Urimari OC 3.00

52 Production Sustenance - 11 Projects Sl No ProjectProduction in (MT) 7.Purnadih OC Rajrappa OC Rohini OC Tetarikhar OC Tapin OC2.80 TOTAL26.70


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