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Falling oil prices – what it means for US coal transportation

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20 March 2015

Falling oil prices – what it means for US coal transportation

Report summary

In this Insight, we examine the effect of lower oil and diesel costs on railroad fuel surcharges, and the resulting change on domestic coal prices and demand compared to oil forecasts used in our H2 2014 Long-term Outlook (LTO).

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This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • WTI and diesel historic and forecast prices
  • Historic fuel surcharges by railroad
  • Fuel surcharge forecast for coal deliveries by railroad
  • Change in coal demand by basin resulting from fuel surcharge reduction
  • Change in FOB coal prices by basin: base case vs lower surcharge
  • Change in delivered coal prices by basin: base case vs lower surcharge

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