Americans go to the polls 3 November to make their choice for the next president as well as other political offices within the country. In 2016, then-Republican candidate Trump promised to stop the “war on coal” which was a message well received by US coal producers. However, after President Trump’s first term, what policy changes has he made and how have coal markets fared under his watch?
As the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden’s policies are anticipated to focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Please join us for a webinar on Wednesday, 14 October at 10 am EDT where we will explore the potential outcomes of the election and what it will likely mean for US coal markets. Our scenarios include:
- Trump re-elected and maintaining Republican control of the US Senate
- Biden elected and continued Republican control of the US Senate
- Biden elected and Democrats win control of the US Senate