Coal India Ltd (CIL) is likely to go for a rise in the notified price for sales under fuel supply agreements with power companies. The company had tried to improve relations with the Union Coal Ministry by agreeing to almost halve its e-auction sales at 30 million tonnes this year, to make more coal available for the fuel-starved power sector. However, this would come at a cost, with a rationale for a rise in the price of what is sold to companies in the sector, says the coal ministry in a communication to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO). Union Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal had earlier directed CIL to cut its e-auctions by more than 50 per cent to 25 mt in 2014-15 from 58 mt last year. This had been initially opposed by CIL's board of directors.
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