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Thu, May 4 2017

Coal India considering listing on London's LSE -sources

NEW DELHI Coal India Ltd, the world's largest coal miner, is considering a listing on the London Stock Exchange and has had early discussions with the LSE, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.

Coal India considering listing on London's LSE -sources

NEW DELHI, May 4 Coal India Ltd, the world's largest coal miner, is considering a listing on the London Stock Exchange and has had early discussions with the LSE, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.

Coal India actively looking to invest in coal assets in Australia

NEW DELHI Coal India Ltd is actively looking to acquire coking coal assets in Australia, a senior company official told Reuters, as the country looks to beef up its foreign coal assets.

CORRECTED-Coal India actively looking to invest in coal assets in Australia

NEW DELHI, April 5 Coal India Ltd is actively looking to acquire coking coal assets in Australia, a senior company official told Reuters, as the country looks to beef up its foreign coal assets.

Coal India missing output target doesn't matter, mining millions of tonnes more does: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia What's more important? The fact the Coal India will once again miss its annual output target, or that it will produce over 31 million tonnes more than it did the previous year?

RPT-COLUMN-Coal India missing output target doesn't matter, mining millions of tonnes more does: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, March 16 What's more important? The fact the Coal India will once again miss its annual output target, or that it will produce over 31 million tonnes more than it did the previous year?

COLUMN-Coal India missing output target doesn't matter, mining millions of tonnes more does: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, March 16 What's more important? The fact the Coal India will once again miss its annual output target, or that it will produce over 31 million tonnes more than it did the previous year?

India keen to buy foreign coking coal assets - Minister

Feb 6 Coal India Ltd, the world's top coal miner, plans to acquire coking coal assets abroad as India lacks technology to economically develop local reserves, Coal Minister Piyush Goyal said.

India's coal minister denies plan to split Coal India, sees no value

BHUBANESWAR, India India's power and coal minister Piyush Goyal said on Friday there was no value in splitting up India's biggest coal producer Coal India Ltd and denied any plans to break it up.

Exclusive: Indian government officials propose break up of Coal India - sources

NEW DELHI Senior Indian government officials tasked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with reviewing energy security are recommending the break up of the country's coal monopoly, Coal India Ltd , within a year.

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