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Australia's coal cost trends for the past 20 years

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03 April 2014

Australia's coal cost trends for the past 20 years

Report summary

The average operating cost for coal assets in Australia is heavily influenced by the coal price. Periods of high prices drive a focus on production growth and project development; low prices force operators to reduce both operating and capital costs to remain profitable. We have analysed Australian coal cash costs on a mine by mine basis for the past twenty years and identified key trends.

Table of contents

    • Cost trends
      • Total cash cost curve 2013, 2012, 2003 and 1993
      • Average total cash costs (all mines)

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This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Australia's coal cost trends for the past 20 years: Image 1
  • Australia's coal cost trends for the past 20 years: Image 2
  • Australia's coal cost trends for the past 20 years: Image 3
  • Australia's coal cost trends for the past 20 years: Image 4
  • Benchmark thermal coal price assumptions
  • Benchmark metallurgical coal price assumptions

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