The report examines the structure of coal industry, institutional bodies, policy- regulatory framework of eight countries.
Online PR News – 06-June-2014 – New Delhi – The Indian coal sector has come a long way however given numerous challenges it is facing now for enhancing coal production, enabling entry of private sector and bringing new technologies and efficiency norms.
As coal sector shall continue to be the backbone of India’s domestic energy supplies, setting up of the Regulatory Authority and formulations of regulations will have a profound impact on the growth of coal sector in coming years and the confidence of investors to meet its investment requirements. Your company is an important stakeholder in this sector and the regulatory set up will impact your business in many ways.
With this backdrop and post discussions with govt officials, and Industry experts, InfralineEnergy has commissioned a study on policy and regulatory set up in the global coal industry.
The report examines the structure of coal industry, institutional bodies, policy- regulatory framework of eight countries and functions of various authorities administering and regulating the coal sector. It presents a broad comparative analysis of regulatory practices in various countries and established best practices to eventually provide various stakeholders, including GOI and the proposed Regulator, with mapping of global practices as they join together to develop regulations for the Indian coal sector. Infraline strongly believes that the report will effective serve the above objective.
• Indian Coal sector challenges and the need for Regulatory Body
• Proposed functions and powers of Indian Coal Regulator
• Analysis of coal regulators in other countries
• Allocation of coal assets in other countries
• Global Coal Regulations
• Policies, Laws and Regulations governing Coal
• Administrative Functions – Coal Quality, Mine Planning, Monitoring, Mine Closure & Reclamation, Coal Pricing;
• FDI framework for Coal
• Coal Sector Overview – Demand & Supply, Import-Export scenario & Future Outlook
We are also working on Coal Import Outlook 2025 report which will act as a base document for all the stakeholders using imported coal as it analyzes the institutional and regulatory structure of major coal exporting destinations, factors impacting coal prices in the global market, port infrastructure for coal movement, major sectors restoring to imports and future coal demand in India.