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India coal short-term outlook September 2017: domestic supply tightness driving prices up

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Report summary

Replenishment of the coal stocks is the key focus for the coal fired Indian utilities in the current quarter as they approach high demand festive and marriage season. It could be an interesting quarter for steel sector as India may witness Japanese Korean or European companies entering Indian market and/ or some of the domestic companies consolidating to create a larger entity.

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Prices
    • Weak hydro and wind power driving coal-fired generation up
    • Steel mills' margins improving, but high debt load remains a concern
    • New ruling makes permitting difficult for some of the brownfield coal projects

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

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  • Key thermal prices – history/forecast, nominal US$/t
  • Key met prices – history/forecast, nominal US$/t
  • CIL performance in spot market, Mt and %
  • CFR India prices of imported coal, US$/t
  • Monthly coal-fired generation, TWh
  • Monthly hydro-power generation, TWh
  • Domestic coal stocks at power plants, Mt
  • Imported coal stocks at power plants, Mt
  • CIL raw coal production, Mt
  • CIL coal despatches, Mt

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  • Executive summary: Table 1

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