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Cheap Chinese coke: A new threat to coking coal exports

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Chinese coke exports hit an annualised rate of around 8 Mt year-to-date June, over twice the level exported in 2013 and over 7 Mt more than 2012.  Lower resultant coke prices are encouraging Pacific basin steel makers to increase coke imports at the expense of coking coal; Japanese and Indian coke imports have risen by a factor of 3 and 1.6 respectively this year.  Surging demand for coke imports is exacerbating the problems for coking coal exporters in an already weak demand environment.

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  • Global coke production 2007 to 2013
  • Coke production in 2013 by country
  • Seaborne Coke Trade by major exporter 2001 – 2013 (Mtpa)
  • Cheap Chinese coke: A new threat to coking coal exports: Image 5
  • Cheap Chinese coke: A new threat to coking coal exports: Image 6
  • Chinese coke price versus HCC benchmark 1990 to 2013
  • Imports of Chinese coke 2012 to 2014 (Mtpa)
  • Cheap Chinese coke: A new threat to coking coal exports: Image 4
  • Cheap Chinese coke: A new threat to coking coal exports: Image 9
  • Japanese half-yearly coke and coal imports versus BF Iron Production 2012 -2014

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