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COAL TRANSPORTATION ON INDIAN RAILWAYS. TRANSPORTATION IS A DERIVED DEMAND & DEPENDS UPON THE GROWTH OF ECONOMY. RAILWAY FREIGHT BUSINESS LARGELY DEPENDENT UPON THE PERFORMANCE OF CORE SECTOR. Freight business. HISTORICAL GROWTH. JOURNEY TO THE BILLION CLUB. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • *COAL TRANSPORTATION ON INDIAN RAILWAYS

  • TRANSPORTATION IS A DERIVED DEMAND & DEPENDS UPON THE GROWTH OF ECONOMY.

    RAILWAY FREIGHT BUSINESS LARGELY DEPENDENT UPON THE PERFORMANCE OF CORE SECTOR. *

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    YEARLOADING IN MT%AGE GROWTHGDP GROWTH (%)/CORE SECTOR (%)1950-5173.23.82.0 %2001-02492.5X TH PLAN 02-03518.745.334.3 03-04557.397.458.5 04-05602.788.147.5 05-06667.2010.699.0 06-07728.779.239.6XI 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

  • JOURNEY TO THE BILLION CLUBIndian 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 ?

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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

  • %age growth in Loading %age Growth in IIP (Core Sector)

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    CommodityTonnes Originating (in MT)NTKMs (in millions)Average Lead (in km)Earnings ( in cr.)Coal496.3727115454636792.91RMSP15.5898146301387.25Iron & Steel35.28337029555181.63Iron Ore111.41381493427407.75Cement105.82600365678233.37Foodgrains48.286287013026791.52Fertilizers45.92402218764732.16POL41.62267706434725.62Containers41.074796911683827.48other Goods68.48511357475711.37Total1009.8364182063684791.06% variation (y-o-y) 4.130.32-3.6422.95

  • COMMODITY-EARNING SHARE

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  • StockCoalRMSP + Iron OreCEMTFGFertPOLContI&SOthersClinkerTOTALBOXN245.252.91.91.27.124.815348.1BCN2.30.674.844.741.91.227.4192.9STEEL RAKE5.57.312.8BOST2.10.19.72.11.215.2BOBR86.586.5CONT8585BTPN40.30.240.5OTHER0.323.62.10.35.714.215.261.4TOTAL336.477.278.84543.1468537.77716.2842.4

  • COMMODITY-WISE PROJECTIONS (XII PLAN)

    Commodity2011-122012-132016 -17 (Projection)CAGR2012-13 TO 2016-17 (Reqd)Total Coal455.8496.47008.9RMSP14.515.6172.2Total Iron & Steel 34.935.35913.7Total Iron Ore104.7111.41517.9Cement107.7105.816111.1Foodgrains46.448.3605.6Fertilizers52.745.9565.1POL39.841.6441.4Total Container38418018.2Balance other goods74.368.4855.6Total 969.81009.814138.8

  • SHARE OF COMMODITIES BY FIRST YEAR OF XII PLAN AND BY TERMINAL YEAR OF XII PLAN

    Commodity2012-13 (%)2016-17 (%)Total Coal49.249.54 RMSP1.51.20Total Iron & Steel 3.54.18 Total Iron Ore1110.69Cement10.511.39Foodgrains4.84.25Fertilizers4.53.96POL4.13.11Total Container45.66Balance other goods6.86.02

  • COAL PERFORMANCE & PROSPECTS

  • *COAL & LIGNITE FIELDS

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    YearProd.Imports TotalAvail.Loading by Rail Rail Co-efficient(%)2007-08491.0154.04545.05338.30622008-09525.260.89586.09369.41632009-10566.175.61641.71396.10622010-11570.470.41640.81420.21662011-12583.1101.29684.39455.80672012-13595*125*720496.3769

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  • North IndiaBay of BengalArabian SeaCCL / BCCLECLNCLCICKorbaWCLSCCLMAPKGujaratIBTLHRChennaiNTPC

  • WB/DVC/FKK/KLGHLZPRDPBADARPURTLHRVZPKRPH+KPKDSMDRRDM+PRLIKAKINADAKRISHNACHENNAIKPCLGUJNTPC-RSTP/VSTP/SSTP/TD/UCR/DER/KRBA/BIARAJ/PUN/HARYANA/UP

    MUMBAIMAHADHAMRA

  • Identification of Growth Areas

    Coal Company2012-132016-17Increase in ProductionECL34417BCCL31365CCL488335NCL709012WCL42453SECL11813012MCL10814032NEC110TOTAL CIL45256694

  • 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 developedmines.

  • RESOURCES FOR FREIGHT TRANSPORTWagons- 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*

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    YearWagon HoldingWagon AcquisitionDiesel Loco HoldingElect. Loco HoldingTotal Loco holding2008-09207,58715,2614964358685502009-10206,70715,5975022382588472010-11219,23116,6385137403391702011-12230,22918,3575197430995062012-13240,64215,626539145979988

  • WAGON INDUCTIONS

    Type of Wagon for commodity2008-092009-102010-112011-122012-132013-14 (targeted)BOXN+BOBRN57815535561911683700010,600TOTAL115141343416638183571562615666

  • TypeHORSE POWER/TRACTIVE EFFORT2011-122012-132013-14 (Target)DIESELWDG44500/52T149209190WDG3A430WDG55500/54WDM33100/30.5T355850WDP44500/41T322270TOTAL216293340ELECTRICWAG96000/46----52T455395WAG75000/4418517380+38 ex. BHELWAP4/5/76000/8379100TOTAL313305275+38 ex. BHEL

  • DelhiMumbaiChennaiKolkataHigh Density Corridor (Golden Quadrilateral + Diagonals) 16% of route Km carries 52% of passenger & 58 % of freight

  • *DEDICATED FREIGHTCORRIDOR NETWORKMUMBAIDELHICHENNAIKOLKATALUDHIANAVIJAYAWADASanctioned projectsUnsanctioned projectsVASCO

  • Coal Routes Requirement 2016-17 HWH MUMBAICCL, ECL, BCCLDFC and doubling of B route via Lucknow + Shivpur Tori for CaptiveDFC- for Imported32 MT/53 MT

  • HWH HWH MUM MCL IBMCL TLHR

    KORBA3rd line between Durg to Bhattapara3rd line between Champa - JharsugudaMAS3rd line MOU-GOLRewariAlwarMathuraDoublingStrengthening+25New line required between Korba-Annupur + Connectivity to Raigarh-MandNo work planned between Durg-Nagpur

  • S.NoName of Project 1Kalyan-Kasara2Wardha-Nagpur3Bhopal-Bina4Bina-Kota5Habibganj-Bhudni-Itarsi6Bhadrak-Nergundi7Champa-Jharsuguda 3rd line 8Talcher-Sambalpur9Bilaspur-Urkura10Khodri-Annupur with flyover at Bilaspur 11Champa - Byepass line12Salka Road-Khongsara - Annuppur Doubling (90 km)13Durg-Rajnandgaon 3rd line14Kalumna-Nagpur

  • PROCESS OF LOADING CIL IRPitheadCrushing Transporting to siding LoadingSupplying RakeDispatches

  • CIL LOADING-REDUCING BANDWIDTH

    LOADING IN THE YEARR

    MONTH200820092010201120122013JAN163168169172184210FEB170172173168194208MARCH174178176180196223APRIL158153155176180200MAY150147154160182184JUNE145153152158176186JULY138143155164175188AUG135146157138156180SEPT143141150131157OCT152150163154184NOV163163168177187DEC162168169184201

  • 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.

  • DPS & LONG HAULNew 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

  • Tori-Shivpur line- Stage-II forest clearance received from MOEF-TDC - June16- Project included in Budget 2001-02 -Potential for 60 MT incremental trafficShivpur-Kathautia line- Land acquisition applications filed for processing Stage I forest clearanceJharsuguda-Barpalli-Sardega line- Application for Stage-I forest clearance filed with State Government TDC - Dec14- Potential for 60 MT incremental trafficCoal 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

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    Name of projectslength (in km)Cost (in cr.)Piparwar Railway Siding of CCl 30127.34Ashoka siding of CCL12.5129Tori-Shivpuri New BG Line431094Shivpur-Kathauria New BG line47.71250Shivpur-Chatti Bariatu and Hazaribagh-Banadag siding23Koderma-hazaribagh-Barkakana-Ranchi New BG line189Koderma-Tilaiya New line64Angul-Talcher bulb lineRail corridor connecting Angul-Talcher line5200New line Bhadrachalam-Sattupalli 56.27337Rail connectivity in Mand area in SECRProvision of 2nd siding at Himgir station, Kanika Additional lnk from Vasundhara area with SECR24Renovation of Chainpur-Sarubera sidingImprovement of Dudhi chua siding of NCL

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    LIST OF PORT CONNECTIVITY PROJECTS IN PROGRESS

    S.No. Railway Connected to PortName of Project Cost (Rs. Cr.) TDC (tentative)1CR MumbaiDedicated freight line between Wadala and Kurla 1042016-172CRMumbai & JNPTPanvel-Pen doubling190.992013-143ECOR ParadipHaridaspur-Paradip new line. 1000NF4ECOR VishakhapatnamKottavalasa-Simhachalam North 4th line doubling100.76Completed and commissioned. 5ECORVishakh