1 COALTRANSPORTATIONON INDIAN RAILWAYS. ï¶ TRANSPORTATION IS A DERIVED DEMAND & DEPENDS UPON THE GROWTH OF ECONOMY. ï¶ RAILWAY FREIGHT BUSINESS LARGELY

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  • 1 COALTRANSPORTATIONON INDIAN RAILWAYS
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  • TRANSPORTATION IS A DERIVED DEMAND & DEPENDS UPON THE GROWTH OF ECONOMY. RAILWAY FREIGHT BUSINESS LARGELY DEPENDENT UPON THE PERFORMANCE OF CORE SECTOR. 2
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  • YEARLOADING IN MT%AGE GROWTHGDP GROWTH (%)/ CORE SECTOR (%) 1950-5173.2 3.8 2.0 % 2001-02492.5 X TH PLAN 02-03518.745.334.3 03-04557.397.458.5 04-05602.788.147.5 05-06667.2010.699.0 06-07728.779.239.6 XI TH PLAN 07-08794.218.989.0/ 5.2 08-09833.314.926.8/ 2.8 09-10887.996.568.0/ 6.6 10-11921.513.778.4/ 6.6 11-12969.785.246.5/ 4.4 12-131009.834.275.0/2.6 3
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  • JOURNEY TO THE BILLION CLUB Indian Railways crossed the 1000 MT mark in originating freight loading in 2012-13. China, USA & Russia are the only other countries having Railways loading more than 1 Billion MT/year. The freight loading in 1950-51 was 73 MT. It crossed 500 MT in 2002-03. Another 500 MT added in 10 years-Avg 50 MT added per year in the last decade. How fast will we be adding the next 500 MT ? 4
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  • Enhanced Axle Load operations from 20.32 to 22.9 25 T on mineral routes. Extend to all routes. Develop wagons for 25 T. Targeted investments on low cost but high return traffic facility works incl terminals. HEAVIER, FASTER, LONGERMANTRA FOR XIITH PLAN
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  • %age growth in Loading %age Growth in IIP (Core Sector)
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  • 8 CommodityTonnes Originating (in MT) NTKMs (in millions) Average Lead (in km) Earnings ( in cr.) Coal496.3727115454636792.91 RMSP15.5898146301387.25 Iron & Steel35.28337029555181.63 Iron Ore111.41381493427407.75 Cement105.82600365678233.37 Foodgrains48.286287013026791.52 Fertilizers45.92402218764732.16 POL41.62267706434725.62 Containers41.074796911683827.48 other Goods68.48511357475711.37 Total 1009.8364182063684791.06 % variation (y-o-y) 4.130.32-3.6422.95
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  • StockCoalRMSP + Iron Ore CEMTFGFertPOLContI&SOthersClinkerTOTAL BOXN245.252.91.91.27.124.815348.1 BCN2.30.674.844.741.91.227.4192.9 STEEL RAKE 5.57.312.8 BOST2.10.19.72.11.215.2 BOBR86.5 CONT85 BTPN40.30.240.5 OTHER0.323.62.10.35.714.215.261.4 TOTAL336.477.278.84543.1468537.77716.2842.4
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  • COMMODITY-WISE PROJECTIONS (XII PLAN) Commodity2011-122012-13 2016 -17 (Projection) CAGR 2012-13 TO 2016-17 (Reqd) Total Coal455.8496.47008.9 RMSP14.515.6172.2 Total Iron & Steel34.935.35913.7 Total Iron Ore104.7111.41517.9 Cement107.7105.816111.1 Foodgrains46.448.3605.6 Fertilizers52.745.9565.1 POL39.841.6441.4 Total Container38418018.2 Balance other goods 74.368.4855.6 Total969.81009.814138.8
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  • SHARE OF COMMODITIES BY FIRST YEAR OF XII PLAN AND BY TERMINAL YEAR OF XII PLAN Commodity2012-13 (%)2016-17 (%) Total Coal49.249.54 RMSP1.51.20 Total Iron & Steel3.54.18 Total Iron Ore1110.69 Cement10.511.39 Foodgrains4.84.25 Fertilizers4.53.96 POL4.13.11 Total Container45.66 Balance other goods6.86.02
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  • COAL PERFORMANCE&PROSPECTS
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  • 17 YearProd.ImportsTotal Avail. Loading by Rail Rail Co- efficient (%) 2007-08491.0154.04545.05338.3062 2008-09525.260.89586.09369.4163 2009-10566.175.61641.71396.1062 2010-11570.470.41640.81420.2166 2011-12583.1101.29684.39455.8067 2012-13595*125*720496.3769
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  • North India Bay of Bengal Arabian Sea CCL / BCCL ECL NCL CIC Korba WCL SCCL M AP K Gujarat IB TLHR Chennai NTPC
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  • WB/DVC/FKK/KLG HLZ PRDP BADARPUR TLHR VZP KRPH+KPKD SMDR RDM+ PRLI KAKINADA KRISHNA CHENNAI KPCL GUJ NTPC- RSTP/VSTP/ SSTP/TD/ UCR/DER/ KRBA/BIA RAJ/PUN/ HARYANA/ UP MUMBAI MAHA DHAMRA
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  • Identification of Growth Areas Coal Company2012-132016-17Increase in Production ECL34417 BCCL31365 CCL488335 NCL709012 WCL42453 SECL11813012 MCL10814032 NEC110 TOTAL CIL45256694
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  • Coal-Challenges in XII Plan Fast development in the Power sector. Need to move more coal during the XII Plan. Additional capacity =82325 MW of coal based power generation. 9320 MW =pithead based and 10660 MW =shore based. Balance 62345 MW will require transportation of coal through IndianRailways. Power sector analysis gives total coal movement=740 MT by 2016-17. Production analysis gives total coal movement =700 MT by 2016-17. Increased movement from Captive mines and Port. Policies to promote connectivity. Development of infrastructure in the form of track capacities on major coal bearing routes. Development of last mile connectivity to coal blocks and newly developed mines.
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  • RESOURCES FOR FREIGHT TRANSPORT Wagons- IR owned general purpose and Special wagons, Private Customer/Container/SFTO, Jointly Owned. Locomotives Diesel and Electric Network Capacity. Terminals- Public Goodsheds, Sidings and Private Freight Terminals Manpower - esp Running staff Maintenance Capacity- Regular and Periodic Overhaul 23
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  • Year Wagon Holding Wagon Acquisition Diesel Loco Holding Elect. Loco Holding Total Loco holding 2008-09207,58715,261496435868550 2009-10206,70715,597502238258847 2010-11219,23116,638513740339170 2011-12230,22918,357519743099506 2012-13240,64215,626539145979988 24
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  • WAGON INDUCTIONS Type of Wagon for commodity 2008-092009-102010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 (targeted) BOXN+ BOBRN 57815535561911683700010,600 TOTAL 115141343416638183571562615666
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  • TypeHORSE POWER/ TRACTIVE EFFORT 2011-122012-132013-14 (Target) DIESEL WDG44500/52T149209190 WDG3A430 WDG55500/54 WDM33100/30.5T355850 WDP44500/41T322270 TOTAL216293340 ELECTRIC WAG96000/46----52T455395 WAG75000/4418517380+38 ex. BHEL WAP4/5/76000/8379100 TOTAL313305275+38 ex. BHEL
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  • Delhi Mumbai Chennai Kolkata High Density Corridor (Golden Quadrilateral + Diagonals) 16% of route Km carries 52% of passenger & 58 % of freight
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  • 28 DEDICATED FREIGHTCORRIDOR NETWORK MUMBAI DELHI CHENNAI KOLKATA LUDHIANA VIJAYAWADA Sanctioned projects Unsanctioned projects VASCO
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  • Coal Routes Requirement 2016-17 HWH MUMBAI CCL, ECL, BCCL DFC and doubling of B route via Lucknow + Shivpur Tori for Captive DFC- for Imported 32 MT/53 MT
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  • HWH MUM MCL IB MCL TLHR KORBA 3rd line between Durg to Bhattapara 3rd line between Champa - Jharsuguda MAS 3 rd line MOU-GOL Rewari Alwar Mathura Doubling Strengthening +25 New line required between Korba- Annupur + Connectivity to Raigarh-Mand No work planned between Durg-Nagpur
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  • S.NoName of Project 1Kalyan-Kasara 2Wardha-Nagpur 3Bhopal-Bina 4Bina-Kota 5Habibganj-Bhudni-Itarsi 6Bhadrak-Nergundi 7Champa-Jharsuguda 3rd line 8Talcher-Sambalpur 9Bilaspur-Urkura 10Khodri-Annupur with flyover at Bilaspur 11 Champa - Byepass line 12 Salka Road-Khongsara - Annuppur Doubling (90 km) 13 Durg-Rajnandgaon 3rd line 14 Kalumna-Nagpur
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  • PROCESS OF LOADING CIL IR Pithead Crushing Transporting to siding Loading Supplying Rake Dispatches
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  • CIL LOADING-REDUCING BANDWIDTH LOADING IN THE YEAR R MONTH200820092010201120122013 JAN163168169172184210 FEB170172173168194208 MARCH174178176180196223 APRIL158153155176180200 MAY150147154160182184 JUNE145153152158176186 JULY138143155164175188 AUG135146157138156180 SEPT143141150131157 OCT152150163154184 NOV163 168177187 DEC162168169184201
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  • PATH AHEAD FIRST MILE CONNECTIVITY CRUCIAL: ALL WEATHER ROADS, TRUCKS,ETC. REDUCED BAND WIDTH:LOADING UNIFORMLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR WITH BAND OF MAX 10 RAKES BETWEEN MINIMA AND MAXIMA. AT PORTS SUPPLIES TO BE CONTINUOUS NO SPURTS. REDUNDANCY IN HANDLING INFRASTRUCTURE INCL STORAGE SPACE.
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  • DPS & LONG HAUL New wireless technology under procurement: - Distributed power, suited for Long Hauls - Shorter braking distance; more speed - Saves crew & paths STRATEGY FOR XIITH PLAN OPERATIONS NEW COAL SIDINGS TO ACCOMMODATE LONG HAUL:PLAN WIRELESS
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  • Tori-Shivpur line- Stage-II forest clearance received from MOEF-TDC - June16- Project included in Budget 2001-02 -Potential for 60 MT incremental traffic Shivpur-Kathautia line- Land acquisition applications filed for processing Stage I forest clearance Jharsuguda-Barpalli-Sardega line- Application for Stage-I forest clearance filed with State Government TDC - Dec14- Potential for 60 MT incremental traffic Coal connectivity projects in Mand area in SECR-Two JV Companies Chhattisgarh East Railway Ltd. and Chhattisgarh East-West Railway Ltd. registered Land acquisition being processed- Potential for 60 MT incremental traffic 36
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  • 37 Name of projectslength (in km)Cost (in cr.) Piparwar Railway Siding of CCl 30127.34 Ashoka siding of CCL 12.5129 Tori-Shivpuri New BG Line 431094 Shivpur-Kathauria New BG line 47.71250 Shivpur-Chatti Bariatu and Hazaribagh-Banadag siding 23 Koderma-hazaribagh-Barkakana-Ranchi New BG line 189 Koderma-Tilaiya New line 64 Angul-Talcher bulb line Rail corridor connecting Angul-Talcher line 5200 New line Bhadrachalam-Sattupalli 56