June 21, 2013 Radisson Blu Hotel, Nagpur, India
"Reorganising the Indian Coal Supply Chain" would be the first ever coal event in Nagpur attracting energy and mining professionals from coal, power, cement, steel and allied sector. This event expects a gathering of over 200 delegates from all across India who will come together to deliberate key issues prevailing in the energy and mining industry nationwide with special emphasis on the issues of the Vidarbha and Central India region.
Key Conference Speakers Include:
Some Leading Companies Participating Are:
Lafarge India, Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL), GMR Energy, Adani Power, Larsen & Tubro - Power, Prayas Energy Group, Indian Captive Power Producers Association (ICPPA), Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), Western Coalfields Limited (WCL), Central Mine Planning & Design Institute (CMPDI), SRK Mining Services, Geo-Chem LABORATORIES, Soumitomo Corporation, Bhatia Group, Mbe, Abhijeet Group, IBC Group, Shri Agarwal Coal, Plus Grow Group, Aarkey International, Enestee Engineering, Boxco Logistics India, United Bulk Terminals, Jain Coal Services and many more.
A limited number of seats are remaining unoccupied and hence we urge you to book your seat asap.
The compact 1 day agenda comprises of panel discussions and insightful presentations to spark lively debate between the panellists and the attending delegates.
September 24-25, 2013, The Westin, Gurgaon, NCR
mjunction and IHS McCloskey are happy to announce the 7th edition of Indian Coal Markets Conference.
This event has come at an opportune time, when India has been tagged as the fourth largest energy consumer of the world after the US, China and Russia, in spite of its per capita energy consumption remaining lower than that of developed countries. (Source US EIA) In addition, India's appetite for imported coal has shown a continuous uptrend.
Some of the key discussions that the conference will focus on include:
· Is the country willing to help facilitate the exploitation of the huge reserves it possesses at the policy level?
· Is Coal India capable of meeting the fuel demands of its customers? Or is import the only option left for CIL?
· What were the disadvantages of pooled pricing and why was it shelved?
· Will the Indian electricity market evolve to be more competitive or will state intervention continue? What are the status of restructuring and the bail-out of distribution companies?
· Against these factors, what is the import level likely to be, now and in the future, and where are the major import destinations?
All this and much more will be discussed in greater detail at the Indian Coal Markets Conference and Awards Dinner 2013, where leading industry professionals and government bodies will present their views and provide a clear road map to the benefit of Indian coal market.
For registrations, sponsorship or speaking opportunity please contact Nishant Deepak @ +91 91633 48198 or at firstname.lastname@example.org