|COAL MINES IN INDIA|
|Jharia, Dhanbad, Bokaro, Jayanti, Godda, Giridih (Karbhari Coal Field), Ramgarh, Karanpura, Daltonganj||Jharkhand||Dhanbad – One of the oldest in Jharkhand and the richest coalfields of India. It is the storehouse of the best metallurgical coal i.e coking coal.
Giridih (Karbhari Coal Field) gives the finest coking coal in India for metallurgical purposes.
|Raniganj Coalfield, Dalingkot (Darjeeling) Birbhum, Chinakuri||West Bengal||Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri are the chief producing districts.
|Korba, Bishrampur, Sonhat, Jhilmil, Hasdo-Arand||Chhattisgarh||Gondwana Coalfields|
|Jharsuguda, Himgiri, Rampur, Talcher||Odisha||Talcher – Ranks 2nd in reserves after Raniganj i.e. (24,374 million tonnes)
Most of the coal is suitable for steam and gas production and utilised in thermal power plants at Talcher.
|Singareni, Kothagudem, Kantapalli||Telangana/ Andhra Pradesh||Most of the coal reserves are in Godavari valley. Non-coking variety is explored. The workable collieries are situated at Kothagudem and Singareni.
|Neyveli||Tamil Nadu||Tertiary coalfield|
|Kamptee(Nagpur), Wun field, Wardha, Walarpur, Ghughus and Warora||Maharashtra||Gondwana Coalfields|
|Ledo, Makum, Najira, Janji, Jaipur||Assam||Assam coals have low ash and high coking qualities. sulphur content is high, good for metallurgical purposes.
The coal is best for making liquid fuels and hydrogenation processes.
|Darrangiri (Garo hills), Cherrapunji, Liotryngew, Maolong and Langrin coalfields (Khasi & Jaintia Hills)||Meghalaya||Tertiary Coal Field|
|Singrauli, Sohagpur, Johila, Umaria, Satpura coalfield||Madhya Pradesh||Singrauli is the largest coalfield of MP. Gondwana Coalfields.|