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Jinzhongnan railway to lower delivered cost of domestic coal into coastal China

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The 1260km Jinzhongnan railway is expected to reduce delivered cash cost of Shanxi met coal to central and coastal regions of China, potentially lowering the ceiling price for seaborne met coal. However, we see limited risk exposure to import metallurgical coal volumes, since most of the coal carried by Jinzhongnan will be consumed by central provinces.

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  • Impact of Jinzhongnan railway on metallurgical coal coastal cash cost from Shanxi West 2014 (CNY/tonne, FOB)
  • Jinzhongnan railway to lower delivered cost of domestic coal into coastal China: Table 1
  • Jinzhongnan railway to lower delivered cost of domestic coal into coastal China: Table 3

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  • Jinzhongnan railway
  • Changes in coal volume by transport method, Million tonnes
  • 2014 CFR delivered metallurgical cost curve to coastal China (excluding VAT, normalised to HCC)

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