Gautam Adani is profiting from India's hurry to import coal to facilitate a supply crunch, winning a larger part of import orders from state power giant.

NTPC has set orders for 20 million tons of imported coal for the monetary year finishing March, of which practically 17.3 million tons have been granted to Adani Enterprises Ltd.

NTPC has previously gotten around 7 million tons of abroad coal at its plants this year, people said, asking not to be named as the data isn't public.

 Adani’s ports unit may report improved revenue in the June quarter after benefiting from the rise in imports.

The organization is "strategically set up to catch that interest, supported by fixed agreements with power makers and a solid transportation organization.

Cooling demand during a sweltering summer and a post-pandemic industrial revival has pushed India’s electricity consumption to a record and overwhelmed local coal supply.