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Reverse bidding for auction of coal mines for power sector

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New Delhi — A reverse bidding methodology was adopted in the of coal mines earmarked for power sector under the provisions of Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015 and the rules framed thereunder in order to ensure that there is no rise in power tariffs. This was stated by Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal & New and Renewable Energy, in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.

Under the reverse bidding methodology, bidders have to submit bids below the Coal India Limited’s notified price for the corresponding grade of coal which is the ceiling price. The lowest bid submitted is taken as the fuel cost in determination of power tariff. In case, bid price reaches Rs. Zero in reverse bidding, the bidding changes to a forward one where bidders have to quote additional premium payable to the State Government where the mine is located, over and above the fixed reserve price of Rs. 100/- per tonne. The reverse bidding methodology for of coal mines for power sector has been designed keeping in view the interest of power consumers.

The Minister further stated that The Ceiling Price and the Closing bid in Rs./Tonne in respect of the coal blocks auctioned to the Power Sector is as under:

S.No. Name of the coal mine Celing price (Rs/mt) Closing price (Rs/mt)
Initial reverse and then forward bidding (F) for power sector
1 Tokisud North 970 1110 (F)
2 Amelia North 1250 712 (F)
3 Talabira‐I 610 478 (F)
4 Sarisatolli 700 470 (F)
5 Trans Damodar 1600 940 (F)
6 Mandakini 860 650 (F)
7 Utkal ‐ C 660 770 (F)
8 Jitpur 660 302 (F)
9 Ganeshpur 700 704 (F)

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