Coal Mining:

Trishakti understands and recognises the importance of planning and rationalising all aspects of the import and export supply chain process.

Trishakti acquired coal mining licenses in India and other with substantial coal resources, as a measure of backward integration. Unlike acquiring already existing producing mines, we have looked at these green field projects.

Coal is mined using giant machines to remove the coal from the ground. There are two basic methods to remove coal: surface mining and underground mining.

The coal is excavated, and after the mining is complete, the soil and rock are returned to fill the mine. The area is then revegetated and can be used for other purposes, such as cropland, wildlife habitat, recreation, commercial, or industrial use.

Access to coal deposits for underground mines is provided by (1) drifts which are cut horizontally into a hill; (2) slopes which are cut at an angle from the valley bottom into the hill where the coal is located; and (3) shafts which are cut straight down deep into the surface by way of a vertical shaft with an elevator to reach the coal seam.

Coal is the most abundant fossil fuel on Earth. Its predominant use has always been for producing heat energy.The mining of coal from surface and underground deposits today is a highly productive, mechanized operation.