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Changing coal quality preferences for Asian power plants – impact on seaborne trade


Changing coal quality preferences for Asian power plants – impact on seaborne trade

Report summary

Low energy coal is available at market discount and can be a good source of low ash low sulphur properties. However, its supply is largely concentrated in Indonesia and the US PRB, and both countries are facing significant regulatory risks in increasing exports. Continued supply risks will pressure prices upward.  

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