• Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018?

    Presentation: Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018? - Coal price forecast Q2-3 2017 - Supply/demand situation 2017-18 - Identifying potential threats to a sustained price comeback Freddie Staermose, Vice President – Generating Fuels & Dry Bulks, Argus Media Presentation recorded live at the 23rd Coaltrans Asia in Bali, Indonesia on 15 May 2017. You can find out more about Coaltrans Conferences at www.coaltrans.com

    published: 05 Sep 2017
  • Can EU thermal coal sustain $100/mt price?; OPEC World Oil Outlook

    In this week's #PlattsMM Europe highlights: OPEC unveils its annual World Oil Outlook in Vienna, European thermal coal prices approach a hundred dollars a metric ton; EU close to major carbon market reforms. Our social media question is: Do you see European thermal coal prices sustaining $100/mt? Tweet us using the hashtag #PlattsMM. Platts metals analyst, Stefan Swanepoel, explores these and other topics that may impact Europe's commodity markets this week: * OPEC World Oil Outlook * European thermal coal prices heading to $100/mt * EU close to major carbon market reforms * French winter power outlook in focus * EU HRC volumes likely to slip * Ship liners increase container rates ---------------------------------- Subscribe for more #PlattsMM updates: http://plts.co/w7hd30cmrHv -----...

    published: 06 Nov 2017
  • What Is The Price Of Coal?

    75 per ton, or about 25. According to 7 apr 2017 coal prices are soaring for the type of used in steelmaking because cyclone damage australia, centre world's trade 11 nov 2016 has been red hot this year. 60 month history in this fuel price comparison guide we ve sought to offer a range of comparative costs for heating the average british home. Coal prices and outlook energy explained, your guide to. Coal price get all information on the of coal including news, charts and realtime quotes is a two part television drama written by barry hines directed ken loach first broadcast in 1977. Coal, australian thermal coal monthly price commodity prices the of house and australia (monthly, usd per metric ton) ycharts. Coal prices latest news on coal. Googleusercontent search. Coal prices and coal pri...

    published: 03 Sep 2017
  • Metcoal price forecast 2017-18 | Forecasting metcoal demand from the steel industry 2017-18

    Presentation: Metcoal price forecast 2017-18 - How did the metcoal price develop over 2017? - Where are metcoal prices set to go over the next four quarters? - What are the primary trends to look out for in metcoal prices? George Dethlefsen, CEO, Corsa Coal Panel discussion: Forecasting metcoal demand from the steel industry 2017-18 - What kinds of growth can we expect from the steel industry over the next four quarters? - Where are the downside risks for European steel production? - To what extent is excess global capacity hampering European steel production? Margriet Nip, Raw Material Procurement; Strategic Procurement, Tata Steel Group Yevgeny Shmakov, Director of Marketing and Purchasing Strategy, Metinvest Holding Liem Hazoume, GM Raw MaterialsHead of Commodity Solid Fuels, Ar...

    published: 06 Nov 2017
  • Questions about thermal coal investments

    Executive Manager – Investments and Governance, Robert Fowler, answers questions on the recent decision to restrict new investments in thermal coal across all our investment options. Issued by H.E.S.T. Australia Ltd ABN 66 006 818 695 AFSL 235249, the Trustee of Health Employees Superannuation Trust Australia (HESTA) ABN 64 971 749 321. This information is of a general nature. It does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or specific needs so you should look at your own financial position and requirements before making a decision. You may wish to consult an adviser when doing this. Investments may go up or down. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Before making a decision about HESTA products you should read the relevant Product Disclo...

    published: 31 Oct 2014
  • Coal prices plunge

    Demand for coal is undergoing a crippling decline and that is now rippling into other industries.

    published: 20 Jul 2015
  • US thermal coal market sees uptick in trading, but prices still pressured

    The physical Central Appalachian rail contact, like much of the US coal industry, is suffering from pressure by low natural gas prices and a warm winter. After a dramatic CSX contract price plunge in December, though, the number of physical trades in the first weeks of 2016 has increased -- but the question remains whether prices will remain low, as Jim Levesque explains.

    published: 27 Jan 2016
  • Hamilton Says Thermal Coal Is `Safest' Commodity Bet

    Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Colin Hamilton, an analyst at Macquarie Group Ltd., discusses China's demand for commodities, metal prices in 2012 and his recommendation of thermal coal. Hamilton talks with Linzie Janis on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)

    published: 07 Oct 2011
  • Asian thermal coal market review and outlook

    In this last edition for the year, James O'Connell, Platts Asia editorial director, looks in detail at price movement at both the benchmark and lower calorific value level, the latest import stats for China and the outlook for the coming quarters.

    published: 11 Dec 2013
  • Aggressive Chinese bidding saps CFR China thermal coal prices; CIF ARA prices slump under pressure

    Platts assesses CIF ARA coal swaps, examines how Newcastle thermal coal inched closer to $70/mt and analyzes CCI 1 and CCI 8 with Chinese buyers getting more aggressive when it comes down to price negotiations.

    published: 12 Jun 2014
  • What Price Coal?

    30 years on from the Miners' Strike, what questions remain unanswered? A question time style debate on the Nottingham Theatre Royal stage that covered many of the issues raised in BRASSED OFF. Chaired by Ian Clayton, a writer, broadcaster and workshop leader who grew up in a mining community. Amongst the speakers will be KEITH STANLEY, former Vice President of the National Union of Mineworkers as well as current Honorary President of the Nottingham area NUM. Other speakers include: Jean Miller (Women Against Pit Closures), Andrew Birchall (Ex-Miner), Richard Mallender (Green Party) and Martin Brandon-Bravo (Former Conservative MP for Nottingham South).

    published: 14 Mar 2014
  • The coal price rise a strong blow to Asian budgets [Newday.com]

    The coal price rise a strong blow to Asian budgets [Newday.com] The dramatic rise in the international spot price of thermal coal over the past 12 months may have put a smile on the faces of a handful of chief executives of Australian and Indonesian coal exporters, but for importing nations including Vietnam, Thailand, South Korea, Japan and the Philippines, it risks putting a multibillion-dollar dent in current accounts. Embed from Getty Images Must-reads from across Asia - directly to your inbox Since the beginning of 2016, the price of internationally traded thermal coal, based on the Newcastle benchmark, has doubled from around US$50 a ton to just under $100 a ton now. To take the case of Vietnam, as it stood in 2016, the country imported a net 12 million metric tons of coal, up 131% ...

    published: 15 Nov 2017
  • Are lower prices having an impact on Chinese coal demand?

    In this episode, James O'Connell, editor-in-chief of coal, outlines how the monsoon season has affected buying patterns, examines the drop in coal prices in both China and India over the past month, and highlights how it's looking to be a big year for indian steam coal imports.

    published: 11 Dec 2013
  • What's behind the unusual opening of an arbitrage for Colombian coal to India? | Platts

    Platts international coal editor, Jacqueline Holman, assesses an interesting development in the seaborne thermal coal market: the unusual opening of an arbitrage for Colombian coal to India. She examines the combination factors behind this, including 6,000 NAR South African Richards Bay FOB spot prices of over $50/mt FOB due to a tighter market for higher quality coal and falling dry bulk freight rates. Finally, Jacqueline looks at the impact this emerging dynamic could have on the Atlantic and European markets.

    published: 23 Feb 2016
  • Steel-making commodities, thermal coal prices to buoy australian export earnings

    Steel-making commodities, thermal coal prices to buoy australian export earnings PERTH (miningweekly.com) – The Australian government is forecasting record resources and energy exports in 2017/18, but says exports will decline in 2018/19. The Industry, Innovation and Science Department forecasts resources and energy exports of A$211-billion in the current financial year and exports of A$201-billion in the following year. The Office of the Chief Economist states in its latest Resources and Energy Quarterly that resource and energy export earnings in 2016/17 increased by 27% t...

    published: 06 Oct 2017
  • US coal prices down despite falling stockpile; China to impose restriction on coal imports

    In this video, James O'Connell, Platts editorial director for coal, and Andrew Moore, Platts US managing editor for coal, discuss US coal stockpiles; the impact of US rail congestion on coal prices; and China's import restriction on coal that will take effect from January 2015.

    published: 30 Sep 2014
  • Platts Coal Watch video: Is there an end in sight for Asian thermal coal prices' southward trek?

    Asian thermal coal prices have been on a downtrend since the start of 2015, mainly due to oversupply and weak demand. Associate editor Mia Corazon Aureus explains how suppliers are being battered by the Chinese yuan's devaluation, low appetite for imports in China and India, the new income tax imposed on Indonesian miners holding IUP licenses.

    published: 14 Sep 2015
  • Coal Price in Remission

    Price of Coal: the coal bulls are back but is the coal rally a flash-in-the-pan? interview with IEEFA director Tim Buckley on thermal coal (that's the electricity one, not metallurgical) the giant Adani project, falling consumption in China and India's ramp-up in renewables.

    published: 24 Aug 2016
  • Platts Coal Watch: Is Newcastle thermal coal now in the middle of its winter of discontent

    Spot prices for 6,000 NAR grade Newcastle thermal coal are sitting at a decade low of about $50/mt FOB. High-ash 5,500 NAR prices are 35% below their four-year average. Is the worst over for the Newcastle thermal coal market? In this video, Platts senior editor for coal Michael Cooper looks at how Newcastle prices came to this bearish position, the bright spots for the market and the commodity price theory that might give a clue on where Newcastle thermal coal could be heading.

    published: 30 Nov 2015
  • Jonny Sultoon Talks Coal Price and Coal Market Outlook at PDAC 2015

    At the 2015 PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange, Resource Investing News spoke with Jonny Sultoon, research director for global coal markets at Wood Mackenzie, about some of the key factors driving the coal market. Sultoon spoke about a range of topics, from demand from China and India to take-or-pay contracts in Australia and reports that Glencore (LSE:GLEN) will cut production in the face of oversupply. Overall, he stated that Wood Mackenzie sees coal demand falling in China this year on the back of environmental protection movements and protectionism regarding China's domestic coal industry. However, he also suggested that there could be more growth for the import market in India. Interestingly, he stated that innovations in carbon capture and sequestration ...

    published: 05 Mar 2015
  • Platts Coal Watch: Asian thermal coal markets remain under pressure due to oversupply, low prices

    Tough times continue in the thermal coal market. In this video, James O'Connell, Platts editorial director for coal, and Deepak Kannan, managing editor for thermal coal in Asia, talk about the drop in Chinese imports, production volumes in Indonesia, and the issues preventing more deals for Indian buyers.

    published: 11 May 2015
  • Platts video: Who's winning the metallurgical coal price war?

    The battle for the world's biggest metallurgical coal market continues. Platts senior managing editor Julien Hall and senior editor Edwin Yeo analyze the circumstances between the contenders - domestic suppliers in China and the seaborne suppliers from Australia, as well as their strategies to win the coking coal price battle despite a gloomy market environment. Watch on Platts.com: http://www.platts.com/videos/2015/april/met-coal-price-war-0427

    published: 28 Apr 2015
  • Market Movers: Oil production cuts, mixed thermal coal demand, and higher dry bulk rates

    Will OPEC be successful in curtailing oil production? How will Asian LNG prices react to the restart of Chevron's Gorgon LNG Train 1 and the Angola LNG Terminal? And what's the potential impact of bad weather in North Asia and Australia on dry bulk commodities and freight rates? Associate editor Eesha Muneeb looks at these and other factors that could move the energy and commodity markets this week.

    published: 09 Jan 2017
  • Carbon Credits--CFI Crude Palm Oil Heating Oil Thermal Coal Price Rate MCX Commodity Software

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  • Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018?

    Presentation: Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018? - Coal price forecast Q2-3 2017 - Supply/demand situation 2017-18 - Identifying potential threats to a sustained price comeback Freddie Staermose, Vice President – Generating Fuels & Dry Bulks, Argus Media Presentation recorded live at the 23rd Coaltrans Asia in Bali, Indonesia on 15 May 2017. You can find out more about Coaltrans Conferences at www.coaltrans.com

    published: 05 Sep 2017
  • Platts Coal Watch video: Is there an end in sight for Asian thermal coal prices' southward trek?

    Asian thermal coal prices have been on a downtrend since the start of 2015, mainly due to oversupply and weak demand. Associate editor Mia Corazon Aureus explains how suppliers are being battered by the Chinese yuan's devaluation, low appetite for imports in China and India, the new income tax imposed on Indonesian miners holding IUP licenses.

    published: 14 Sep 2015
  • Executive Series 28 Sep 16: New Hope Group (NHC) Chairman, Robert Millner

    Tom Piotrowski speaks with New Hope Group (NHC) Chairman, Robert Millner about the company’s acquisition of the Bengalla mine in New South Wales, as well as the outlook for thermal coal prices.

    published: 30 Sep 2016
  • European coal at the crossroads as prices hit 9-year low

    In this video, Gareth Carpenter, Platts managing editor for International Coal, analyzes the factors causing the heavy decline in Atlantic spot thermal coal prices, weak fundamentals, and the low demand from major European importers.

    published: 23 Jan 2015
  • Coal's new companions | Short View

    ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Thermal coal prices are up around a fifth from this spring's low. That's great news for long-suffering holders of coal mining shares. But, asks the FT's Alan Livsey, how long can the run last? For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes

    published: 14 Jul 2016
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Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018?

Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018?

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Presentation: Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018? - Coal price forecast Q2-3 2017 - Supply/demand situation 2017-18 - Identifying potential threats to a sustained price comeback Freddie Staermose, Vice President – Generating Fuels & Dry Bulks, Argus Media Presentation recorded live at the 23rd Coaltrans Asia in Bali, Indonesia on 15 May 2017. You can find out more about Coaltrans Conferences at www.coaltrans.com
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Can EU thermal coal sustain $100/mt price?; OPEC World Oil Outlook

Can EU thermal coal sustain $100/mt price?; OPEC World Oil Outlook

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In this week's #PlattsMM Europe highlights: OPEC unveils its annual World Oil Outlook in Vienna, European thermal coal prices approach a hundred dollars a metric ton; EU close to major carbon market reforms. Our social media question is: Do you see European thermal coal prices sustaining $100/mt? Tweet us using the hashtag #PlattsMM. Platts metals analyst, Stefan Swanepoel, explores these and other topics that may impact Europe's commodity markets this week: * OPEC World Oil Outlook * European thermal coal prices heading to $100/mt * EU close to major carbon market reforms * French winter power outlook in focus * EU HRC volumes likely to slip * Ship liners increase container rates ---------------------------------- Subscribe for more #PlattsMM updates: http://plts.co/w7hd30cmrHv ---------------------------------- Keep up to date with all the latest S&P Global Platts news by tweeting us at @SPGlobalPlatts and by using the hashtag #PlattsMM: http://plts.co/2nkL30cH5XQ ---------------------------------- You can also follow all our latest updates by following us on: Website: https://www.platts.com/ Facebook: http://plts.co/ng5Q30cqflH Twitter: http://plts.co/AgIW30cqfnk LinkedIn: http://plts.co/YNL530cqfk1
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What Is The Price Of Coal?

What Is The Price Of Coal?

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Metcoal price forecast 2017-18 | Forecasting metcoal demand from the steel industry 2017-18

Metcoal price forecast 2017-18 | Forecasting metcoal demand from the steel industry 2017-18

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Presentation: Metcoal price forecast 2017-18 - How did the metcoal price develop over 2017? - Where are metcoal prices set to go over the next four quarters? - What are the primary trends to look out for in metcoal prices? George Dethlefsen, CEO, Corsa Coal Panel discussion: Forecasting metcoal demand from the steel industry 2017-18 - What kinds of growth can we expect from the steel industry over the next four quarters? - Where are the downside risks for European steel production? - To what extent is excess global capacity hampering European steel production? Margriet Nip, Raw Material Procurement; Strategic Procurement, Tata Steel Group Yevgeny Shmakov, Director of Marketing and Purchasing Strategy, Metinvest Holding Liem Hazoume, GM Raw MaterialsHead of Commodity Solid Fuels, ArcelorMittal Recorded live at The World Coal Leaders Network in Barcelona on 27 October 2017.
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Questions about thermal coal investments

Questions about thermal coal investments

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Executive Manager – Investments and Governance, Robert Fowler, answers questions on the recent decision to restrict new investments in thermal coal across all our investment options. Issued by H.E.S.T. Australia Ltd ABN 66 006 818 695 AFSL 235249, the Trustee of Health Employees Superannuation Trust Australia (HESTA) ABN 64 971 749 321. This information is of a general nature. It does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or specific needs so you should look at your own financial position and requirements before making a decision. You may wish to consult an adviser when doing this. Investments may go up or down. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Before making a decision about HESTA products you should read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (call 1800 813 327 or visit hesta.com.au for a copy), and consider any relevant risks (hesta.com.au/understandingrisk). This information is current as at 20/10/2014. While every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information, it is not guaranteed in any way.
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Coal prices plunge

Coal prices plunge

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Demand for coal is undergoing a crippling decline and that is now rippling into other industries.
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US thermal coal market sees uptick in trading, but prices still pressured

US thermal coal market sees uptick in trading, but prices still pressured

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The physical Central Appalachian rail contact, like much of the US coal industry, is suffering from pressure by low natural gas prices and a warm winter. After a dramatic CSX contract price plunge in December, though, the number of physical trades in the first weeks of 2016 has increased -- but the question remains whether prices will remain low, as Jim Levesque explains.
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Hamilton Says Thermal Coal Is `Safest' Commodity Bet

Hamilton Says Thermal Coal Is `Safest' Commodity Bet

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Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Colin Hamilton, an analyst at Macquarie Group Ltd., discusses China's demand for commodities, metal prices in 2012 and his recommendation of thermal coal. Hamilton talks with Linzie Janis on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Asian thermal coal market review and outlook

Asian thermal coal market review and outlook

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In this last edition for the year, James O'Connell, Platts Asia editorial director, looks in detail at price movement at both the benchmark and lower calorific value level, the latest import stats for China and the outlook for the coming quarters.
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Aggressive Chinese bidding saps CFR China thermal coal prices; CIF ARA prices slump under pressure

Aggressive Chinese bidding saps CFR China thermal coal prices; CIF ARA prices slump under pressure

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Platts assesses CIF ARA coal swaps, examines how Newcastle thermal coal inched closer to $70/mt and analyzes CCI 1 and CCI 8 with Chinese buyers getting more aggressive when it comes down to price negotiations.
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What Price Coal?

What Price Coal?

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30 years on from the Miners' Strike, what questions remain unanswered? A question time style debate on the Nottingham Theatre Royal stage that covered many of the issues raised in BRASSED OFF. Chaired by Ian Clayton, a writer, broadcaster and workshop leader who grew up in a mining community. Amongst the speakers will be KEITH STANLEY, former Vice President of the National Union of Mineworkers as well as current Honorary President of the Nottingham area NUM. Other speakers include: Jean Miller (Women Against Pit Closures), Andrew Birchall (Ex-Miner), Richard Mallender (Green Party) and Martin Brandon-Bravo (Former Conservative MP for Nottingham South).
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The coal price rise a strong blow to Asian budgets [Newday.com]

The coal price rise a strong blow to Asian budgets [Newday.com]

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The coal price rise a strong blow to Asian budgets [Newday.com] The dramatic rise in the international spot price of thermal coal over the past 12 months may have put a smile on the faces of a handful of chief executives of Australian and Indonesian coal exporters, but for importing nations including Vietnam, Thailand, South Korea, Japan and the Philippines, it risks putting a multibillion-dollar dent in current accounts. Embed from Getty Images Must-reads from across Asia - directly to your inbox Since the beginning of 2016, the price of internationally traded thermal coal, based on the Newcastle benchmark, has doubled from around US$50 a ton to just under $100 a ton now. To take the case of Vietnam, as it stood in 2016, the country imported a net 12 million metric tons of coal, up 131% from just 5.2 million tons in 2015. But if the International Energy Agency (IEA) Mid-Term Outlook 2017 is to be believed, this will increase to 35 million tons per annum (Mtpa) of imports by 2021. As such, at current market prices, Vietnam faces a $3.5 billion bill every year by 2021, up from $800 million in 2016. Compared with projections based on 2016 numbers, Vietnam will in fact end up spending an extra $1.27 billion every year on importing foreign coal by 2021. With 35 million metric tons of imports also forecast per year for the Philippines, it too faces a current-account deficit increased by a similar amount. While even a generous analyst would describe the IEA’s traditionally overinflated forward coal growth projections as bullish, it does go to highlight the fiscal risk inherent in expanding domestic coal power plants fleets reliant on imports. What’s more, the inflationary nature of imported coal is dangerous for rapidly growing economies such as Vietnam. Record low solar price in India India has already recognized this fact, with Coal Minister Piyush Goyal repeatedly pledging to end coal imports. Instead, India has moved to ramp up dramatically the development of domestic renewable energy. The result has been a swath of record-breaking deals for solar, which remarkably is now cheaper than even the abundant domestic coal. On the back of a doubling of renewable-energy installation activity in 2016-17, India’s solar and wind tariffs have both fallen by nearly 50% since the start of 2016 to set record-low wholesale electricity tariffs of as little as $38 per megawatt-hour. With price reductions consistently hitting 10% per year over the last five to 10 years, renewable energy is, in stark contrast to coal, deflationary. South Korea is also wising up. As the world’s fourth-largest importer of coal, it is particularly sensitive to both coal-power pollution and price fluctuations. With the IEA forecasting 102Mtpa of imports by 2021, a doubling of the coal price would result in an additional $5 billion of expenditure per year. This has sharpened minds in Seoul, and the recently elected government has taken steps this year to cancel proposed new power stations fueled by imported coal and to close highly polluting, end-of-life coal plants. Instead, it has embarked on an ambitious renewable-energy expansion with the target for a tenfold increase to 40-60 gigawatts of wind and solar infrastructure investments by 2030. This is smart policy. Coal fire-sale Ironically, even as South Korea and its large neighbor China move to phase down reliance on coal, their domestic coal-plant manufacturers remain hungry for external markets as their own decline. This is in effect a fire-sale, with China, Japan and South Korea seizing a final opportunity to offload old technology produced by domestic manufacturers before it becomes completely obsolete and politically unacceptable. But lured by cheap finance subsidized by the export credit agencies of China, Japan and South Korea, some Southeast Asian countries are coming to the table. Only last week, the government of Vietnam penned a $2.5 billion deal for the Nghi Son II coal power plant, largely funded and constructed by Japan and South Korea. What’s more, significant coal pipelines remain in other nations including the Philippines, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and to a lesser extent Thailand. These countries clearly need new power-generation capacity, but locking themselves into 40-year-life power plants fueled by imported coal is a path to inflation, current-account pressures, pollution and expensive, inflexible electricity supplies. For countries experiencing significant sustained economic growth, diversifying the electricity-sector generation base to incorporate more alternative sources of domestic supply, namely renewable-energy infrastructure, is imperative. Meanwhile, as evidenced by the burgeoning global green bond market, international capital is increasingly available for countries willing to set a clear policy direction to transition to clean energy. Embracing this is the shrewd way to lock in deflationary energy-sector support for more sustainable economic growth.
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Are lower prices having an impact on Chinese coal demand?

Are lower prices having an impact on Chinese coal demand?

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In this episode, James O'Connell, editor-in-chief of coal, outlines how the monsoon season has affected buying patterns, examines the drop in coal prices in both China and India over the past month, and highlights how it's looking to be a big year for indian steam coal imports.
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What's behind the unusual opening of an arbitrage for Colombian coal to India? | Platts

What's behind the unusual opening of an arbitrage for Colombian coal to India? | Platts

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Platts international coal editor, Jacqueline Holman, assesses an interesting development in the seaborne thermal coal market: the unusual opening of an arbitrage for Colombian coal to India. She examines the combination factors behind this, including 6,000 NAR South African Richards Bay FOB spot prices of over $50/mt FOB due to a tighter market for higher quality coal and falling dry bulk freight rates. Finally, Jacqueline looks at the impact this emerging dynamic could have on the Atlantic and European markets.
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Steel-making commodities, thermal coal prices to buoy australian export earnings

Steel-making commodities, thermal coal prices to buoy australian export earnings

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Steel-making commodities, thermal coal prices to buoy australian export earnings PERTH (miningweekly.com) – The Australian government is forecasting record resources and energy exports in 2017/18, but says exports will decline in 2018/19. The Industry, Innovation and Science Department forecasts resources and energy exports of A$211-billion in the current financial year and exports of A$201-billion in the following year. The Office of the Chief Economist states in its latest Resources and Energy Quarterly that resource and energy export earnings in 2016/17 increased by 27% t...
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US coal prices down despite falling stockpile; China to impose restriction on coal imports

US coal prices down despite falling stockpile; China to impose restriction on coal imports

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In this video, James O'Connell, Platts editorial director for coal, and Andrew Moore, Platts US managing editor for coal, discuss US coal stockpiles; the impact of US rail congestion on coal prices; and China's import restriction on coal that will take effect from January 2015.
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Platts Coal Watch video: Is there an end in sight for Asian thermal coal prices' southward trek?

Platts Coal Watch video: Is there an end in sight for Asian thermal coal prices' southward trek?

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  • Updated: 14 Sep 2015
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Asian thermal coal prices have been on a downtrend since the start of 2015, mainly due to oversupply and weak demand. Associate editor Mia Corazon Aureus explains how suppliers are being battered by the Chinese yuan's devaluation, low appetite for imports in China and India, the new income tax imposed on Indonesian miners holding IUP licenses.
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Coal Price in Remission

Coal Price in Remission

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  • Updated: 24 Aug 2016
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Price of Coal: the coal bulls are back but is the coal rally a flash-in-the-pan? interview with IEEFA director Tim Buckley on thermal coal (that's the electricity one, not metallurgical) the giant Adani project, falling consumption in China and India's ramp-up in renewables.
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Platts Coal Watch: Is Newcastle thermal coal now in the middle of its winter of discontent

Platts Coal Watch: Is Newcastle thermal coal now in the middle of its winter of discontent

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  • Updated: 30 Nov 2015
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Spot prices for 6,000 NAR grade Newcastle thermal coal are sitting at a decade low of about $50/mt FOB. High-ash 5,500 NAR prices are 35% below their four-year average. Is the worst over for the Newcastle thermal coal market? In this video, Platts senior editor for coal Michael Cooper looks at how Newcastle prices came to this bearish position, the bright spots for the market and the commodity price theory that might give a clue on where Newcastle thermal coal could be heading.
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Jonny Sultoon Talks Coal Price and Coal Market Outlook at PDAC 2015

Jonny Sultoon Talks Coal Price and Coal Market Outlook at PDAC 2015

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  • Updated: 05 Mar 2015
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At the 2015 PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange, Resource Investing News spoke with Jonny Sultoon, research director for global coal markets at Wood Mackenzie, about some of the key factors driving the coal market. Sultoon spoke about a range of topics, from demand from China and India to take-or-pay contracts in Australia and reports that Glencore (LSE:GLEN) will cut production in the face of oversupply. Overall, he stated that Wood Mackenzie sees coal demand falling in China this year on the back of environmental protection movements and protectionism regarding China's domestic coal industry. However, he also suggested that there could be more growth for the import market in India. Interestingly, he stated that innovations in carbon capture and sequestration would have to come from China - aside from Saskpower's Boundary Dam project, he doesn't see a lot of investment in the space in the Western Hemisphere. "It's not something that's commercially viable in the Western Hemisphere at this moment in time," he said. Sultoon still believes there's a bit of work to be done in curtailing oversupply in both the thermal and metallurgical coal spaces. For 2015, he sees possible price floors being reached, with met coal dropping to $114 per tonne and coming back to $116 per tonne by the end of the year. On the thermal coal side, he sees spot Newcastle thermal coal prices averaging at $62-64 per tonne this year.
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Platts Coal Watch: Asian thermal coal markets remain under pressure due to oversupply, low prices

Platts Coal Watch: Asian thermal coal markets remain under pressure due to oversupply, low prices

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  • Updated: 11 May 2015
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Tough times continue in the thermal coal market. In this video, James O'Connell, Platts editorial director for coal, and Deepak Kannan, managing editor for thermal coal in Asia, talk about the drop in Chinese imports, production volumes in Indonesia, and the issues preventing more deals for Indian buyers.
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Platts video: Who's winning the metallurgical coal price war?

Platts video: Who's winning the metallurgical coal price war?

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  • Updated: 28 Apr 2015
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The battle for the world's biggest metallurgical coal market continues. Platts senior managing editor Julien Hall and senior editor Edwin Yeo analyze the circumstances between the contenders - domestic suppliers in China and the seaborne suppliers from Australia, as well as their strategies to win the coking coal price battle despite a gloomy market environment. Watch on Platts.com: http://www.platts.com/videos/2015/april/met-coal-price-war-0427
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Market Movers: Oil production cuts, mixed thermal coal demand, and higher dry bulk rates

Market Movers: Oil production cuts, mixed thermal coal demand, and higher dry bulk rates

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  • Updated: 09 Jan 2017
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Will OPEC be successful in curtailing oil production? How will Asian LNG prices react to the restart of Chevron's Gorgon LNG Train 1 and the Angola LNG Terminal? And what's the potential impact of bad weather in North Asia and Australia on dry bulk commodities and freight rates? Associate editor Eesha Muneeb looks at these and other factors that could move the energy and commodity markets this week.
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Carbon Credits--CFI Crude Palm Oil Heating Oil Thermal Coal Price Rate MCX Commodity Software

Carbon Credits--CFI Crude Palm Oil Heating Oil Thermal Coal Price Rate MCX Commodity Software

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Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018?

Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018?

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Presentation: Will high thermal coal prices continue into 2018? - Coal price forecast Q2-3 2017 - Supply/demand situation 2017-18 - Identifying potential threats to a sustained price comeback Freddie Staermose, Vice President – Generating Fuels & Dry Bulks, Argus Media Presentation recorded live at the 23rd Coaltrans Asia in Bali, Indonesia on 15 May 2017. You can find out more about Coaltrans Conferences at www.coaltrans.com
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Platts Coal Watch video: Is there an end in sight for Asian thermal coal prices' southward trek?

Platts Coal Watch video: Is there an end in sight for Asian thermal coal prices' southward trek?

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  • Duration: 4:38
  • Updated: 14 Sep 2015
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Asian thermal coal prices have been on a downtrend since the start of 2015, mainly due to oversupply and weak demand. Associate editor Mia Corazon Aureus explains how suppliers are being battered by the Chinese yuan's devaluation, low appetite for imports in China and India, the new income tax imposed on Indonesian miners holding IUP licenses.
https://wn.com/Platts_Coal_Watch_Video_Is_There_An_End_In_Sight_For_Asian_Thermal_Coal_Prices'_Southward_Trek
Executive Series 28 Sep 16: New Hope Group (NHC) Chairman, Robert Millner

Executive Series 28 Sep 16: New Hope Group (NHC) Chairman, Robert Millner

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Tom Piotrowski speaks with New Hope Group (NHC) Chairman, Robert Millner about the company’s acquisition of the Bengalla mine in New South Wales, as well as the outlook for thermal coal prices.
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European coal at the crossroads as prices hit 9-year low

European coal at the crossroads as prices hit 9-year low

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  • Updated: 23 Jan 2015
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In this video, Gareth Carpenter, Platts managing editor for International Coal, analyzes the factors causing the heavy decline in Atlantic spot thermal coal prices, weak fundamentals, and the low demand from major European importers.
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Coal's new companions | Short View

Coal's new companions | Short View

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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Thermal coal prices are up around a fifth from this spring's low. That's great news for long-suffering holders of coal mining shares. But, asks the FT's Alan Livsey, how long can the run last? For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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