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By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Continental Coal may have turned the corner after a difficult period in which a one-fifth decline in the thermal coal price pressured its balance sheet and sent it in search of an equity partner. South African Coal Report has the details.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The Newcastle thermal coal spot price has continued its steady climb over the past few weeks. Energy Publishing’s John O’Neil looks at the recent movements in the market.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Coal producers in Asia and the US confirm that Chinese interest in metallurgical coal has picked up strongly in the last few weeks. Marian Hookham from Energy Publishing Asia Pacific looks at the reasons why.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Traditional swing supplier, the US exported 22.8Mt of thermal coal from East Coast ports, up an amazing 166% year to date, adding to insecurity for Asian coal producers going into 2013. Energy Publishing’s Marian Hookham looks at the implications.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
South African business association, the Free Market Foundation, has put the boot into an application by Eskom to increase electricity tariffs an average 16% over 5 years dated from 2013. South African Coal Report’s David McKay assesses the debate.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The conflicting reports coming out of China about demand for seaborne thermal coal continue but the one thing everyone seems able to agree upon is that demand is at best subdued. China Coal Report has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Recently released data shows a slight increase in Chinese steel production for the first 9 months, leading to speculation that demand for imports of coking coal will also rise. But could this conjecture be too premature? China Coal Report has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Signs China’s housing sector is beginning to recover point to an imminent turnaround in commodities uptake in China, which suggests demand for Australian thermal and metallurgical coal could also be about to improve.Australia Coal Report exams why.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Despite all the doom and gloom about current coal prices, there is a glimmer of hope in the thermal coal sector. Rising gas prices, sustained Chinese demand and growing Indian appetite all offer the promise of some relief.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Global mining major, Peabody Energy has been quietly cutting worker numbers around the world over the last few days, a fact only hinted at in yesterday’s Q3 earnings, released in St Louis overnight.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The world’s coking coal producers had been hoping to tie up settlements at last week’s Empowered Joint Committee but a buyer falling coking coal prices and a backlash against quarterly pricing saw all but BMA walk away empty handed.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
With vast coking coal deposits, developers from around the world have been eagerly anticipating securing a foothold in Mongolia. Increasingly there are signs the bountiful Tavan Tolgoi development will be opened to foreign investment.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Global coal prices have continued to fall in recent months and while many believe there is still room for thermal and coking coal prices to dip further, the long-term forecasts remain bullish. However, the Australian industry faces some challenges.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Leading Japanese company, Nippon Steel and BMA have reportedly settled the quarterly benchmark coking coal price at US$170/t for Peak Downs/Saraji material and $165/t for Goonyella.



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