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Global metallurgical coal short-term outlook February 2017: Ample supply for 2017-18

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Report summary

Uncertainty over China’s upcoming workday allowance decision for domestic mines and stronger buying after the New Year Festival have caused a reversal in metallurgical coal price decline. Prices have climbed about US$10/t in the last week of the month. However, Wood Mackenzie sees enough expanded production from Australia and Mozambique to cover the 2017 demand increase. Additionally, the US, Canada and other mining areas have numerous projects to add supply to the market.

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  • Executive summary
    • Key metallurgical coal prices: history and forecast, US$/t nominal
    • Queensland ports: metallurgical exports (Mt)
  • Demand

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  • Global and Chinese steel production(Mt)
  • Steel production - other major producers (Mt)
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  • Prices: Image 1
  • Supply: Image 1

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