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Australia's coal cost trends for the past 20 years

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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.

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