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Global thermal coal short-term outlook September 2017: supply response to high prices lagging

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02 October 2017

Global thermal coal short-term outlook September 2017: supply response to high prices lagging

Report summary

International coal prices have been supported by supply tightness in Australia and Indonesia, a slow recovery in domestic production in China, and the struggle of India's coal supply with the effect of the monsoon combined with strong demand in the Pacific. 

Table of contents

    • Key market data
    • Key prices - history and forecast (nominal, US$/t)
    • Chinese power demand still strong after a record high in July
    • South Korea to carry out additional safety checks at nuclear reactors
    • Indian coal stockpiles at record lows following monsoon
    • French regulator to review documents before nuclear plants restart
    • China coal production continues to struggle
    • Is the end in sight for strikes at Glencore's Hunter Valley mines?
    • Coal power plants in Australia need to secure more coal
    • Yancoal exercises option to buy Mitsubishi's share in Warkworth
    • Russia infrastructure development key to expansion of exports

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