Indonesian Seaborne Coal Exports: a rocky road

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02 November 2015

Indonesian Seaborne Coal Exports: a rocky road

Report summary

Indonesia's coal exporting potential is vast. Situated strategically between energy hungry giants such as China and India, with a low-cost work force and abundant reserves of sought after low to medium rank coal, Indonesia is a well positioned supplier of thermal coal to growing Asian markets. However, Indonesian coal producers have lately been struggling with changes to their exporting environment.

Table of contents

  • Internal energy self sufficiency
  • Lower China demand
  • Regulation and taxes
  • Cost cuts and altered productivity
  • Crack down on illegal coal trades
  • South Korea indications
  • A positive outlook

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This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Thermal supply and demand forecast (Mt)
  • Thermal domestic demand forecast (Mt)
  • Cost reduction comparison (US$/tonne)

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