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Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook


Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook

Report summary

In 2013 coal producers intensified efforts to reduce costs. Seaborne thermal exporters decreased operating costs by 6% and metallurgical exporters cut cost even further by 11%. But falling prices outpaced cost reductions and squeezed margins. Operating margins for seaborne thermal export coal fell by an average of 46%, and seaborne metallurgical coal average margins declined 51%.

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  • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook PDF - 1.89 MB 8 Pages, 0 Tables, 15 Figures
  • Global Coal Supply 2013 in review and 2014 outlook.xls XLS - 6.70 MB

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This Coal Insight report highlights the key issues surrounding this topic, and draws out the implications for those involved.

Participants, suppliers and advisors can use it to look at the trends, risks and issues within the coal industry and gain an alternative point of view when making decisions.

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  • Executive summary
  • Export thermal coal cash costs and margins
  • Export metallurgical coal cash costs and margins
  • Production
  • Capex Spending
  • Port Capacity

In this report there are 15 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Export thermal coal cash costs and margins
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 1
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 2
    • Deviation from global average seaborne thermal export cash costs
    • Seaborne thermal coal operating margins (FOB vessel)
  • Export metallurgical coal cash costs and margins
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 5
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 6
    • Deviation from global average seaborne metallurgical export cash costs
    • Seaborne metallurgical coal operating margins (FOB vessel)
  • Production
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 9
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 10
    • Total Marketable Production (Mt)
  • Capex Spending
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 12
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 13
  • Port Capacity
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 14
    • Coal supply: 2013 in review and 2014 outlook: Image 15
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