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Further consolidation transforms China’s coal mining sector

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15 September 2020

Further consolidation transforms China’s coal mining sector

Report summary

China’s coal mining sector has been through continuous reform in recent years. The country aimed to close 800 Mtpa of coal capacity by the end of 2020, and fulfilled that target two years early. However, it was not the end of the transformation in the sector. Consolidations are continuing and deepening by means of reorganising at company level. Also, coal mining activity is becoming increasingly geographically concentrated. Please read our report to find out more.

Table of contents

    • Shanxi Coking Coal Group and Shanxi Coal Import and Export Group
    • Yankuang Group and Shandong Energy Group
    • Lu’an Mining Industry Group, Yangquan Coal Industry Group and Shanxi Jincheng Anthracite Group
  • Further consolidations driven by provincial governments
  • Geographical concentration continues
  • What will happen next?

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

  • Leverage comparison
  • Overheads cost comparison
  • Output share of top 10 producers in 2015
  • Output share of top 10 producers in H1 2020
  • Capacity cut by province
  • Capacity approved since 2017
  • Operating capacity distribution by region (end of 2019)
  • China region definitions
  • Number of mines distribution by mine size
  • Capacity distribution by mine size

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