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インドの石炭鉱業の見通し

Coal Mining in India to 2022 - Imports to decline as production capacity expands

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インドの石炭鉱業の見通し Coal Mining in India to 2022 - Imports to decline as production capacity expands
出版日: 2018年09月20日 ページ情報: 英文 67 Pages
概要

インドは、世界でも有数の石炭生産国の1つです。2013年の生産量は6億1,500万トンで、2012年より3.4%増加となりました。

当レポートでは、インドの石炭鉱業について調査分析し、生産量、消費量、埋蔵量、取引量に関する実績・予測データのほか、産業に影響を与える促進要因・抑制要因、石炭鉱業の主要企業プロファイル、財政制度などについて体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 インドの石炭鉱業

  • 国の概要
  • 鉱業の概要
  • インドの石炭鉱業:促進要因
  • インドの石炭鉱業:抑制要因

第3章 インドの石炭鉱業:生産量、消費量、埋蔵量、取引量

  • 埋蔵量:等級・地域別
  • 生産量の実績と予測
  • 石炭価格
  • 競合情勢
  • 総生産量:鉱山別
  • 主な探査・開発プロジェクト
  • 石炭・褐炭ブロックの割り当て/割り当ての取り消し
  • 自家用ブロックからの石炭の生産
  • 石炭の消費量と取引量
  • 需要促進要因

第4章 財政制度

  • 管理機関
  • 準拠法
  • 鉱業の所有権とライセンス
  • 権利と義務
  • 主な会計条項

第5章 付録

図表

図表

1.1 List of Tables

  • Table 1: Coal Mining in India - Coal Resources by Category (Billion Tonnes), March 2010 - March 2017 8
  • Table 2: Coal Mining in India - Coal Resources by State and Category (Billion Tonnes), March 2016 - March 2017 9
  • Table 3: Coal Mining in India - Coal Reserves by Type and Category (Million Tonnes), March 2017 9
  • Table 4: Coal Mining in India - Coking Coal Grades Classification (Ash Content), 2017 9
  • Table 5: Coal Mining in India - Semi-Coking Coal Grades Classification (Ash + Moisture Content), 2017 10
  • Table 6: Coal Mining in India - Non-Coking Coal Grades Classification (GCV), 2017 10
  • Table 7: Coal Mining in India - Lignite Reserves by State and Category (Million Tonnes), March 2016-March 2017 11
  • Table 8: Coal Mining in India - Production by Grade (Million Tonnes), 2000 - 2022 14
  • Table 9: Coal Mining in India - Production by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000 - 2022 16
  • Table 10: Coal Mining in India - Raw Coal Production* by State (Million Tonnes), 2007-2016 18
  • Table 11: Coal Mining in India - Notified Price for Non-Coking Coal Grades (INR/tonne), January 2018 19
  • Table 12: Coal Mining in India - Active Mines, 2018 20
  • Table 13: Coal Mining in India - Exploration Projects, 2018 21
  • Table 14: Coal Mining in India - Development Projects, 2018 23
  • Table 15: Coal Mining in India - Consumption by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000 - 2022 26
  • Table 16: Coal Mining in India - Consumption by End-Use Sector (Million Tonnes), 2017 27
  • Table 17: Coal Mining in India - Coal Imports by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000 - 2022 29
  • Table 18: Coal Mining in India - Coal Imports by Country (Million Tonnes), 2017 30
  • Table 19: Coal Mining in India - Installed Electricity Generation Capacity in India by Source (GW), March 2018 32
  • Table 20: Coal Mining in India - Installed Coal-Fired Electricity Generation Capacity by Region (%), March 2018 33
  • Table 21: Coal Mining in India - Installed Coal-Fired Electricity Generation Capacity by State (MW), March 2018 35
  • Table 22: Coal Mining in India - Coking Coal Consumption and Imports vs. Crude Steel Production (Million Tonnes), 2017 - 2022 37
  • Table 23: Coal Mining in India - Total No. of Coal Mines/Projects by Company by Status, 2018 39
  • Table 24: Coal Mining in India - Comparison of Companies in Terms of Production (Million Tonnes), FY 2013-14 to FY2017-18 40
  • Table 25: Coal Mining in India - Coal India Ltd., Major Projects, 2018 42
  • Table 26: Coal Mining in India - Singareni Collieries Company Ltd., Major Projects, 2018 43
  • Table 27: Coal Mining in India - Singareni Collieries Company Ltd, Major Projects, 2018 (Contd1.) 44
  • Table 28: India's Mining Fiscal Regime - Royalty Rates by commodity (%), 2018 57
  • Table 29: India's Mining Fiscal Regime - Royalty Rates for Iron Ores (?/t), 2018 57
  • Table 30: India's Mining Fiscal Regime - Coal and Lignite Royalty Rates, West Bengal (?/t), 2018 58
  • Table 31: India's Mining Fiscal Regime - Coal and Lignite Royalty Rates (Excluding West Bengal) (?/t), 2018 59
  • Table 32: India's Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Concession Fees, 2018 60
  • Table 33: India's Mining Fiscal Regime - Annual Dead Rent Rates Per Hectare (?/Ha), 2018 60

1.2 List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Coal Mining in India - Coal Resources by Category (Billion Tonnes), March 2010 - March 2017 7
  • Figure 2: Coal Mining in India - Coal Resources by State (%), March 2017 8
  • Figure 3: Coal Mining in India -Production by Grade (Million Tonnes) vs Total No. of Operating Mines2000 - 2022 13
  • Figure 4: Coal Mining in India - Production by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000 - 2022 15
  • Figure 5: Coal Mining in India - Raw Coal Production* by State (Million Tonnes), 2007-2016 17
  • Figure 6: Coal Mining in India - Consumption by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000 - 2022 25
  • Figure 7: Coal Mining in India - Consumption by End-Use Sector (%), 2017 27
  • Figure 8: Coal Mining in India - Coal Imports by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000 - 2022 28
  • Figure 9: Coal Mining in India - Coal Imports by Country (%), 2017 30
  • Figure 10: Coal Mining in India - Installed Electricity Generation Capacity in India by Source (%), March 2018 32
  • Figure 11: Coal Mining in India - Installed Coal-Fired Electricity Generation Capacity by Region (%), March 2018 33
  • Figure 12: Coal Mining in India - Installed Coal-Fired Electricity Generation Capacity by State (%), March 2018 34
  • Figure 13: Coal Mining in India - Coking Coal Consumption and Imports vs. Crude Steel Production (Million Tonnes), 2016 - 2022 36
  • Figure 14: Coal Mining in India - Total No. of Coal Mines/Projects by Company by Status, 2018 38
  • Figure 15: Coal Mining in India - Comparison of Companies in Terms of Production (Million Tonnes), FY 2013-14 to FY2017-18 40
目次
Product Code: GDMMC0039MR

India is endowed with vast mineral deposits including coal, iron ore, bauxite, manganese, copper, lead, zinc, and limestone. The country's mining industry has great potential and provides basic raw materials to various industries including steel and power.India was the third-largest consumer of coal in 2017 with an estimated consumption of 890.2Mt. Coal consumption increased from 2000 to 2017, owing to strong demand from the domestic power sector, which accounted for an average 73% of the country's total coal consumption during the same period.

Coal is predominantly consumed by the domestic power sector, while the steel and cement industries account for a nominal share.India had 315.1 billion tonnes (Bnt) of coal resources comprising proven, indicated, and inferred resources as of March 2017.Despite having vast reserves of non-coking coal, domestic coal production could not meet the demand during the review period (2000-2016), due to complexities in converting those reserves into production. Thus, India has gradually started to rely on imports, which have been chiefly sourced from Indonesia and Australia.

However, over the forecast period, coal imports are expected to shrink, supported by various government policies to boost country production, such as auctioning coal blocks to private companies, taking steps to ease clearances, and creating trouble free land acquisition and improved coal transportation facilities.

Some of the coal mining projects expected to commence operations through the forecast period include the Kapuria and Pachra Integrated mines in Jharkhand, Khadia Expansion and JalagamVengala Rao OC-II projects located in Madhya Pradesh and Telangana, and Hadla-Bhteyan project in Rajasthan.

"Coal Mining in India to 2022", provides a comprehensive coverage on Indian coal industry. It provides historical and forecast data on coal reserves, resources, coal production by type and grade, consumption by type and end use, and imports to 2022.

The imports section also provides information on imports volumes by type and source countries. The report also includes a demand drivers section providing information on factors that are affecting the Indian coal industry. It further provides mines and projects count by company by status, profiles of major coal producers, information on the major active, planned and exploration projects. In addition, the report also covers India's mining fiscal regime.

Scope

  • The report contains an overview of India's coal mining industry inlcuding key demand driving factors affecting the country's coal industry.
  • It also provides detailed information on reserves, resources, production, major operating mines, major exploration and development projects, competitive landscape, consumption, and imports.
  • Further, it also provides country's fiscal regime, which covers governing bodies, relevant laws, mining concessions, as well as key taxes, and royalties.

Reasons to buy

  • To gain an understanding of India's coal mining industry, relevant driving factors
  • To identify its reserves, historical and forecast trend on domestic coal production, consumption, and imports
  • To gain an overview of the country's mining fiscal regime
  • To identify India's mining governing bodies, laws, rights and mining concessions, major taxes, and royalties applciable for the country's mining industry.

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 1

1.1. List of Tables 4

1.2. List of Figures 5

2. Executive Summary 6

3. Coal Mining in India: Reserves, Production, Consumption, Imports, and Demand 7

3.1. Coal Reserves and Resources 7

3.1.1. Coal Resources by State, Type, and Category 7

3.1.1.1. Coal Grades Classification in India 9

3.1.2. Lignite Coal Reserves by State and Category 11

3.2. Historical and Forecast Production 12

3.2.1. Production by State 17

3.3. Coal Prices 19

3.4. Active Mines 20

3.5. Exploration Projects 21

3.6. Development Projects 22

3.7. Domestic Consumption and Imports 24

3.7.1. Domestic Consumption 24

3.7.2. Coal Imports 28

3.8. Factors Affecting the Demand for Coal 31

3.8.1. Robust Demand from the Domestic Power Sector 31

3.8.2. Demand from the Domestic Steel Industry 36

4. Coal Mining in India: Major Coal Producers 38

4.1. Mines and Projects by Company 38

4.2. Revenues by Company 40

4.3. Coal India Ltd. (CIL) 41

4.4. Singareni Collieries Company Ltd. (SCCL) 43

5. Coal Mining in India: Fiscal Regime 45

5.1. Governing Bodies 45

5.1.1. Ministry of Mines 45

5.1.1.1. Attached office- Geological Survey of India (GSI) 45

5.1.1.2. Subordinate Offices- Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM) 46

5.1.1.3. Public Sector Undertakings 46

5.1.1.4. Autonomous Bodies 46

5.1.2. Ministry of Coal 47

5.1.2.1. Subordinate Offices- Coal Controller Organization 47

5.1.2.2. Autonomous Body- Coal Mines Provident Fund Organization 48

5.1.2.3. Commissioner of Payments 48

5.1.3. Ministry of Steel 48

5.1.3.1. Public Sector Undertakings 48

5.1.4. Ministry of Environment, forest and Climate change (MoFCC) 49

5.1.4.1. Subordinate offices 49

5.1.4.2. Public Sector Undertakings 50

5.1.4.3. Autonomous Bodies 50

5.1.5. Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) 50

5.1.5.1. Public Sector undertakings 50

5.1.5.2. Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research 50

5.2. Governing Laws 52

5.2.1. Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, (MMDR), 1957 52

5.2.2. Mineral Conservation and Development Rule, 2017 52

5.2.3. Other Mining laws 53

5.2.4. The Coal Mine (Special Provisions) Act, 2015 54

5.2.5. Coal Blocks Allocation Rules, 2017 54

5.3. Mining Concessions, Rights, and Obligations 55

5.3.1. Reconnaissance Permit (RP) 55

5.3.2. Prospecting License (PL) 55

5.3.3. Mining Lease (ML) 55

5.3.4. Rights 55

5.3.5. Obligations 56

5.4. Royalty and Taxes 57

5.4.1. Royalty Rates 57

5.4.1.1. Coal - West Bengal 58

5.4.1.2. Coal - (Excluding the state of West Bengal) 59

5.4.1.3. Gold and Silver 59

5.4.2. Mining Concession Fees 60

5.4.3. Dead Rent Rates 60

5.4.4. Goods and Services Taxes 61

5.4.4.1. List of Goods at 0.25% Rate 61

5.4.4.2. List of Goods at 3% Rate 61

5.4.4.3. List of Goods at 5% Rate 61

5.4.5. List of Goods at 18% Rate 62

5.4.6. List of Goods at 28% Rate 63

6. Appendix 64

6.1. Abbreviations 64

6.2. Methodology 65

6.3. Coverage 65

6.4. Secondary Research 65

6.5. Contact Us 65

6.6. Disclaimer 66

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