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What is the share price of Coal India Ltd today on the NSE?
What is the share price of Coal India Ltd today on the BSE?
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Coal India Ltd stock price low: ₹346.9
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Coal India Ltd stock price low: ₹ 347
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Coal India Ltd Lower Circuit: ₹316.75
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Coal India Ltd Lower Circuit: ₹316.75
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52 Week Low: ₹207.6
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52 Week Low: ₹207.7
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About Coal India
Coal India Limited (CIL) is a government-owned coal mining and refining corporation in India. It is headquartered in Kolkata and is the largest producer of coal in the world. It also is the seventh largest employer in India with more than 2 lakh employees.
CIL contributes around 82% of the total coal production in India. In 2016-17, the company produced 554.14 million tonnes of raw coal, a steep increase from its previous production of 494.24 million tonnes during 2014–15. In 2011, CIL was conferred the Maharatna status by the Indian government, making it one of only seven with that status. As of 2015, CIL is a PSU owned by the Indian government which controls its operations through the Ministry of Coal. By 2015, the company's market capitalization was ₹2.11 lakh crore (US$26 billion) making it the country's 8th most valuable company.
Core Activities & Products
CIL produces non-coking coal and coking coal of various grades for diverse applications. The company's major consumers are power, steel, and a host of different sectors.
- Coking coal: Primarily used in steel-making and metallurgical industries.
- Semi-coking coal: Mainly used as blendable coal in steel making, merchant coke manufacturing, and other metallurgical industries.
- Non-coking coal: Mainly used for cement, fertiliser, glass, ceramic, paper, chemical, brick manufacturing, and other heating purposes.
- Washed coal: Also known as beneficiated coal, they are used for power generation and by sponge iron, cement, and other industrial plants.
- Middlings: Used for power generation and by domestic fuel plants, brick manufacturing units, cement plants, and industrial plants.
- Rejects: Primarily used for road repairs, domestic fuel, landfilling, etc.
- Tar/Soft pitch: Used in furnaces and boilers of industrial plants as well as power houses, oil, dye, pharmaceutical industries, etc.
Board of Directors
- Shri Pramod Agrawal, Chairman-cum-Managing-Director
- Shri Binay Dayal, Director (Technical)
- Shri Ram Prakash Srivastava , Director(P&IR), CIL
- Shri Sanjiv Soni, Director(Finance)
- Shri S N Tiwary, Director (Marketing)
- Shri V K Tiwari, Addl. Secretary, Ministry of Coal
- Ms. Yatinder Prasad, JS&FA, Ministry of Coal
- Shri R R Mishra, CMD, WCL
- Shri Shekhar Saran, CMD, CMPDIL
- Shri S K Mishra, Addl. Member(Traffic Transportation)
Coal India Limited currently has 82 mining areas across eight Indian states. The company has 394 mines, of which 193 are underground, 177 opencast, and 24 mixed mines. CIL further has 15 coal washeries, 12 coking coal, and 3 non-coking.
As of 2015, CIL has 333,097 employees, out of which 314,259 were non-executives and 18,838 were executives.
Coal Bhawan Premise No-04 MAR,
Action Area-1A, Newtown,
Kolkata - 700156.
The strengths of the company that have affected the Coal India share price are:
- The company owns the largest recoverable coal reserves in the world which stand at over 22 bnt.
- The organisation has tie ups with the Shipping Corporation of India that allows them to use the expertise of a professional shipper and avoid the vagaries of spot markets.
- The overseas ventures are very strategic for the future.
- The employee base of the company is over 3,50,000 people strong.
- The Government of India provides strong support to them and recognise Coal India as a Maharatna Company.
- The advertising and marketing strategy of the enterprise is absolutely amazing for both B2B and B2C markets.
CSR and Sustainability
The CSR policy for CIL is aligned with the Companies Act of 2013 and the company firmly believes in the positive impact that CSR can bring in transforming people's lives. Their initiatives are highly focused on improving the infrastructure facilities and development in the areas through proper healthcare, education, sanitation, etc.
In the last 3 years, the efforts on CSR activities surpassed the Rs. 1600 crore mark, showcasing the extent to which the organisation firmly believes in it. The pandemic was a challenging time and CIL contributed more than Rs.500 cr. by establishing 31 oxygen plants across various hospitals in the country.
Most of their budget is concentrated on improving the health and sanitation facilities and providing employment to the youth. Regular medical checkup camps are set up for the poor and children. Awareness programmes are conducted in the village areas to inform the impact of various diseases such as HIV/AIDS. For education, a continuous supply of study materials, and chairs and tables are provided and school fees of 13 children were also waived for a duration of a year. Separate toilet blocks were installed for boys and girls at a school in Asansol.
Despite being a part of the mining industry, CIL truly believes in minimising the impact on the environment and has undertaken various sustainable initiatives for the same. Afforestation is highly promoted across the mining areas in an effort to give back to nature. In addition, artificial water bodies for storage, rainwater harvesting, pisciculture, etc. are undertaken for resource conservation.
In recent years, CIL has come under fire by organisations such as Greenpeace for mining coal near or below tiger reserves. In argument, however, CIL has stated that it only does underground mining in areas that do not hurt nature's ecological balance.
In 2011, CAG criticised CIL for operating 239 mines in seven of its coal-producing subsidiaries, which existed prior to 1994, without environmental clearance. CIL, in retaliation, stated that applications for clearances had been submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Forests.
Additionally, there have been many claims that safety practices in many of the company's mines were inadequate leading to many deaths.
Coal production was heavily impacted due to COVID-19. The negative impact of COVID-19 on CIL's revenue was ₹6054 Crore. To help the industry through such a crisis, measures like the abolition of performance incentives from consumers, reduction in reserve price in sales under e-auction, and fetching of lower e-auction premiums were initiated. Relaxation was also granted to coal blocks allocated during the pandemic.
The company plans to play a major role in the country’s aspiration as being energy sufficient entirely. Plans for the same are being put together. The cost of production is also falling as the large labour pool in the country gives the company opportunity to expand their operations as well as their efficiency. They plan to boost their performance and strategically expand outside the Indian subcontinent.
Did You Know!
In 2012, CIL ranked 48 on overall global performance in the 'Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings. In the same year, it was ranked 9th on the Fortune India 500 list. Coal India also ranks #8 among the top 20 firms behind all global carbon emissions.
Initial Public Offering
In 2010, the Indian government made a 10% IPO of the equity shares of CIL at an offer price of ₹245 per share at a face value of ₹10 per share. The IPO was oversubscribed by 14.17 times. Against an IPO issue size of ₹15,500 crores, CIL received bids for ₹2.4 lakh crore making it India's second highest collection in any IPO. On its first day of listing, the company's shares soared 40% higher than its IPO price. With the listing, the company became the fourth most valued company on the Indian Stock Exchange with a market value of ₹2.16 lakh crore.
Coal India's annual revenue growth of 21.1% outperformed its 3-year CAGR of 2.5%. The company also spent less than 1% of its operating revenues on interest expenses and 37.1% on employee costs in the year ending March 2022.
CIL's stock enabled a 3-year return of 18.61% as compared to the Nifty 100 which enabled a return of 62.7%. Additionally, the company's stock generated a return of 18.61% compared to Nifty Metal which gave investors a 157.3% return over a 3-year period.
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