Domestic Price Fixation (http://www.coalindia.nic.in/pricing.htm)
Government of India deregulated the prices of Non-Coking Coal of grades A, B & C, Coking coal and Semi/Weakly coking coal on 22.03.1996. Subsequently, on 12.03.1997, Government of India deregulated the prices of non-coking coal of grade D, Hard Coke and Soft Coke and also allowed Coal India Ltd. to fix coal prices for grades E, F & G till Jan'2000 once in every six months by updating cost indices as per escalation formula contained in the 1987 report of the Bureau of Industrial Cost & Prices. With effect from 01.01.2000, CIL was free to fix the prices of such grades of coal in relation to the market prices.
Pursuant of the above, CIL fixed the prices of deregulated coal from time to time and last such revision has been made on 12.12.2007
Grade wise Basic Price of coal at the Pit-head excluding statutory levies for Run-of-mine (ROM) Non-Long-Flame Coal ,Long flame Coal, Coking Coal, Semi Coking Coal& Weakly Coking Coal ,direct feed Coal, Assam Coal for various subsidiaries of CIL are tabled below :
Basic Price of Run of Mine Non-Long-Flame Non-Coking Coal
(In Rupees/ Tonne)
|Field/ Co. ||A ||B ||C ||D ||E ||F ||G|
|ECL(for 8 units vide Annex II) ||1490 ||1340 ||1120 ||900 ||680 ||530 ||370|
|ECL/ Mugma(for 16 units vide Annex IV) ||1710 ||1520 ||1300 ||1080 ||860 ||640 ||420|
|ECL/ Rajmahal ||- ||- ||- ||- ||890 ||760 ||610|
|BCCL ||1440 ||1310 ||1090 ||900 ||720 ||570 ||410|
|CCL ||1470 ||1330 ||1110 ||910 ||720 ||570 ||410|
|NCL ||1350 ||1220 ||1000 ||840 ||670 ||530 ||390|
|SECL ||1190 ||1110 ||950 ||800 ||660 ||520 ||390|
|MCL ||1160 ||1030 ||860 ||720 ||560 ||440 ||320|
Basic Price of Run of Mine Long-Flame Non-Coking Coal
(In Rupees/ Tonne)
|Field/ Co. ||A ||B ||C ||D ||E ||F ||G|
|ECL/ Rajmahal ||- ||- ||- ||1160 ||- ||- ||-|
|BCCL Long Flame Coal ||1610 ||1460 ||1240 ||1050 || || || |
|NCL Long Flame Coal ||1520 ||1380 ||1160 ||980 ||- ||- ||-|
|SECL Long Flame Coal of Korba & Raigarh Coalfields ||1320 ||1240 ||1070 ||920 ||- ||- ||-|
|MCL Long Flame Coal ||1300 ||1170 ||980 ||840 ||- ||- ||-|
Coking Coal (Run of Mine)
|SUBSIDIARY ||Steel Grd I ||Steel Grd II ||Washary Grd I ||Washary GrdII ||Washary GrdIII ||Washary Grd IV|
|BCCL(for 53 units vide Annex VIII) ||3260 ||2730 ||2380 ||1720 ||1290 ||1190|
|BCCL ||- ||- ||1760 ||1460 ||1080 ||1000|
|ECL ||- ||- ||2080 ||1730 ||1280 ||1190|
|CCL ||- ||- ||1780 ||1470 ||1090 ||1020|
|WCL ||- ||- ||1550 ||1280 ||1170 ||-|
Semi Coking & Weakly Coking Coal (Run Of Mine)
|Semi Coking Grd I ||Semi Coking Grd II|
|Eastern Coalfields Limited(Raniganj) ||1870 ||1560|
|South Eastern Coalfields Limited ||1580 ||1320|
Table V (Revised)
(w.e.f 00.00 hrs of 9th march2008 )
Assam Coal (Run of Mine)
|Unit /Grade of Coal ||UHV range ((K Cal/Kg.) || |
|North Eastern Coalfields "A" ||Exceeding 6200 K cal/ Kg,,But not exceeding 6299 K. Cal./Kg. ||2280.00|
|North Eastern Coalfields "B" ||Exceeding 5600 K cal/ Kg,,But not exceeding 6200 K. Cal./Kg. ||1815.00|
1.In Grade "A" for every additional UHV of 100K Cal /Kg. exceeding 6299 K Cal /Kg. ,Additional Rs.82.00 /M Te. shall be added to the price of " A "Grade.
2.For UHV exceeding 7099 k. Cal./ kg. ,the price of coal shall be Rs.3345 per tonne for ROM Coal and the price difference among the steam ,slack and run of mine coal shall remain same.
PRICE NOTIFICATION NO CIL : S&M: GM(F) : Pricing 1124 dated 12th Dec.07
In super session of this office price notification no. CIL: S&M:GM(F): Pricing: 289 dated 15.06.04, the pit head prices of all grades of coal produced by Coal Companies of Coal India Limited are being revised with effect from mid night of 12th December,2007 i.e. Zero Hours of 13th December.,2007. The revised pithead prices of all varieties of Run of Mine Coals have been given in tables I to V.
Notes : 1.Additional Rs.15 shall be charged on pithead price of Run of Mine coal for the supply of Slack Coal.
2. Additional Rs.165 shall be charged on pithead price of Run of Mine Coal for the supply of Steam Coal.
3.Where the top size is being limited to any maximum limit within the range of 200 mm – 250 mm through manual facilities or mechanical means, a charge at the rate of Rs.35.00 per tonne will be levied, in addition to the price applicable for Run of Mine coal.
4.Where the top size is being limited to 100 mm through manual facilities or mechanical means, a charge at the rate of Rs.55.00 per tonne will be levied, in addition to the price applicable for Run of Mine coal.
5.Where the top size is being limited to 50 mm through manual facilities or mechanical means, a charge at the rate of Rs.70.00 per tonne will be levied, in addition to the price applicable for Run of Mine coal.
6.Where coal is loaded, either into Indian Railways system or into the purchasers' own system of transport, through high capacity loading system with a nominal capacity of 3500 tonnes per hour or more, additional charge of Rs.18.00 per tonne shall be levied for such loading.
7.While the coal is transported beyond a distance of 3 kms to the loading point, the coal companies shall be entitled to charge additional transport costs from the purchasers at the following rates, namely:
1. For a distance of more than 3 kms but not more than 10 kms Rs.40.00 per tonne.
2. For a distance of more than 10 kms but not more than 20 kms Rs.70.00 per tonne.
In cases, where coal is transported for more than 20 kms to the loading points, transport charges will be payable on actual basis, to be borne by the purchaser.
8.The pit head prices fixed are exclusive of Royalty, Cess, Taxes and Levies, if any, levied by the Govt., Local Authorities or any other bodies of Excise and Sales Tax from time to time.
9.Grading/ classification of coal and the definitions relating to the same have been given in Annexure –X.
10.The prices given in this notification are either FOR or FOB, as the case may be . Surface transportation charges, where applicable, would be levied extra .
11.The prices do not apply to coal sold for export .
12For undertaking special sizing or beneficiation of coal, additional charges as
may be negotiated between the purchaser and the producer may be realised over and above the pithead prices .
13 A rebate of 5% for supply of wahsery grade coking coal will be given to power houses other than captive ones .