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Coal mine emissions under the microscope

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07 April 2021

Coal mine emissions under the microscope

Report summary

With ESG at the forefront of most conversations for coal, producers are being forced to tackle greenhouse gasses head-on. Even though the bulk of coal related emissions are associated with consumption of the coal (Scope 3), greenhouse gasses emitted and used in mining (Scope 1 and 2) will be an integral part of future investment decisions. Using our new Emissions Benchmarking Tool (EBT), we evaluate the intensity of greenhouse gasses across mines, companies, countries and coal types.

Table of contents

    • Huge range in scope 1 & 2 emissions
    • Carbon price impact on costs
    • Carbon price impact on individual mine competitiveness
    • The incentive to mitigate

Tables and charts

This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • Total seaborne thermal coal emissions curve 2021
  • Total seaborne met coal emissions curve 2021
  • Total average emissions by country for thermal coal
  • Total average emissions by country for met coal
  • Thermal coal seaborne cash cost curve showing 90th percentile for 2021 (energy adjusted)
  • Met coal seaborne cash cost curve showing 90th percentile for 2021 (value in use)
  • Met coal seaborne cash cost curve for 2021 with a carbon price @US$110/t (value in use)

What's included

This report contains:

  • Document

    Coal_mine_emissions_under_the_microscope.xls

    XLS 840.50 KB

  • Document

    Appendix Emissions Benchmarking Tool Methodology For Coal

    PDF 610.20 KB

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    Coal mine emissions under the microscope

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