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Central Appalachia coal markets long-term outlook H2 2014

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Report summary

Production in the Central Appalachia (CAPP) region has been rapidly declining over the last decade as average production costs in the region have been increasing because of depleting reserves and growing regulatory oversight of coal mining. Historically US environmental air quality regulations have supported the greater use of CAPP coal due to its low sulphur content causing low cost reserves to be depleted quickly.

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    US Coal LTO CAPP Analysis 12 17 2014.xls

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  • Executive summary

Tables and charts

This report includes 7 images and tables including:

Images

  • Central Appalachia Basin key data
  • Executive summary: Image 2
  • Regional demand for CAPP coal
  • Executive summary: Image 4
  • CAPP thermal coal mining reserves
  • Evolution of cost curve in CAPP thermal coal
  • CAPP thermal supply by source

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