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Interest in Canadian projects continues even in the 'Age of Austerity'

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Interest in both brownfield and greenfield development of Canadian coal projects remains strong despite a pull back in expansion capital spending across the coal industry. In this Insight we examine how nine projects we've classified as "probable" and "highly probable" to move forward stack up in terms of geography project sponsors potential returns margins capital efficiency and other metrics. We then assess how these projects will compete against global peers.

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This report includes 8 images and tables including:

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  • Seaborne export metallurgical coal margin curve, 2026 (nominal dollars)
  • Seaborne export thermal coal margin curve, 2021 (nominal dollars)
  • Interest in Canadian projects continues even in the 'Age of Austerity': Image 3
  • Marketable production by mine status - Canada

Tables

  • Summary of Canadian probable and highly probable projects
  • Financial metrics for Canadian probable and highly probable projects
  • Thermal and metallurgical price assumptions used in project valuation (US$/tonne, nominal basis)
  • Interest in Canadian projects continues even in the 'Age of Austerity': Table 3

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