An Introduction to NCL

NCL is headquartered in Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh. The company operates through its 10 highly mechanized opencast. The company having abandoned resource of power grade coal, supplies more than 90% of its produced coal to the nearby pithead thermal power plants including India’s largest thermal power station NTPC Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Project.

NCL is an ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and OHSAS 18001 company with state of the art technological infrastructure and facilities like Belt Pipe Conveyor (BPC) for coal transportation, GPS based Operator Independent Truck Dispatch System (OITDS) and modern CHP (Coal Handling Plants). Amongst other, the Universal Simulator installed in its in-house training center is one of its kinds in Indian coal industry.

It’s not only the black diamond that concerns NCL, but the company has always realized its deep responsibility towards the society around it.The company serves the indigent society in and around its operational area, through its corporate social responsibility (CSR) to fulfill the dreams of inclusive and sustainable development. The CSR expense of the company in last fiscal remained at more than ₹700 million.

Singrauli Coalfield is spread over 2202 Sq.Km, comprising of two basins, viz. Moher Sub-basin (312 Sq.Km.) and Singrauli Main basin (1890 Sq.Km.). NCL has total coal reserve of 10.06 BT (6.83 BT in Moher Sub-basin and 3.23 BT in Main Basin). Out of this reserve, the industry has extracted 1.7 BT of coal from Moher Sub-basin till March 2019. Major part of the Moher sub-basin lies in the Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh and a small part lies in the Sonebhadra district of Uttar Pradesh. All the coal mining operations of NCL are at present concentrated in Moher Sub-basin through 10 numbers of highly mechanized opencast mines. Singrauli main basin lies in the western part of the coalfield and is largely unexplored.For More

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