Northern Coalfields

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Type Public
Industry Coal
Founded November 1985
Headquarters Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh, India
Key people Ms.Shantilata Sahu, Chairman-cum-Managing Director(Additional Charge)
Products Coal
Net income IncreaseINR 21.5 billion (2006) or USD 524 million
Employees 16329 (2013)

Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) ISO-14001 Certified Company. NCL is a subsidiary of Coal India. Its headquarters is Singrauli. It was founded in November 1985. Earlier it was a subsidiary of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL). It is among the top public sector undertakings in India.

In December 2008, NCL achieved its company-wide ISO 9001:2000 certification. It is also preparing to implement a company-level Integrated Management System to simultaneously comply with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, and SA 8000; which will cover all its mining establishments, other support units, and all headquarters functions.

NCL operates 13 coal mines[edit]

  • Amlohri
  • Block-B
  • Bina
  • Dudhichua
  • Jhingurdah
  • Kakri, An open Coal Mine in southern part of Sonebhadra District in Uttar Pradesh.
  • Khadia
  • Nigahi
  • Krishnashila

Coal blocks in the area[edit]

Coal production[edit]

NCL Produced 70.02 Million Tonnes of coal in the year 2012-2013.

Future investments[edit]

After achieving profits and coal production more than the targeted value, NCL in collaboration with UPRVUNL is planning to set up a 1000 megawatt coal-based power plant in Uttar Pradesh. NCL is also planning to set up a power plant of 1000 megawatts in Madhya Pradesh with Neyveli Lignite Corporation. NCL has already got the permission with the Directors of CIL. khdaura deosar is the next coal block in ncl singrauli, and the most popular things is shri baijnath prasad chaturvedi, and these aath ghar family. his 86 landmarks field there.


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