About Mahakali Coal
"India’s Best Dealer of Lignite & Imported Coal"
Mahakali Coal is no doubt one of the Dealer of coal in India, which has successfully crafted its own niche in the business of coal. We are one of the pioneer companies in the market of coal offering an extensive range of solutions and products catering to a wide range of potential customers. It has been more than a decade since we opened our doors to the public to serve the clients and make a positive mark in this drastically emerging business.
Lignite, often referred to as brown coal, is a soft, brown, combustible, sedimentary rock formed from naturally compressed peat. It is considered the lowest rank of coal due to its relatively low heat content. It has a carbon content around 25 to 35 percent.
The energy content of lignite ranges from 10 to 20 MJ/kg (9–17 million BTU per short ton) on a moist, mineral-matter-free basis. The energy content of lignite consumed in the United States averages 15 MJ/kg (13 million BTU/ton), on the as-received basis. The energy content of lignite consumed in Victoria, Australia, averages 8.4 MJ/kg.
Owing to a long term destination for our business, we are engaged in offering quality assured range of Imported Coal.
The country's coal import rose by 15.1% to 23.63 million tonnes (MT) in December 2020 compared to 20.52 MT in the year-ago month. Non-coking coal imports were at 15.63 MT in December this fiscal against 14.21 MT in the same month last fiscal.
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