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MENA: Under the radar as a thermal coal demand centre


MENA: Under the radar as a thermal coal demand centre

Report summary

MENA thermal coal demand totals 44 Mt in 2014. But advances in the cement sector and burgeoning growth in power markets looks set to push demand to 77 Mt by 2035. We investigate the markets of Egypt, Turkey, Israel, Morocco, and the Gulf States in this insight.

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  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • Egypt: burgeoning moves in the cement sector underpin demand
    • Cement: switching to facilities to utilise coal underway
    • Power: long term capacity additions expected
      • Egypt thermal coal demand by sector and imports (Mtpa)
    • Cement and household usage remain strong
    • Import based IPPs dominate growth in Turkey
  • Israel: coal fired power decline, softened by recent gas developments?
  • Morocco: driven by power sector growth
  • Other Gulf States: emerging signs, particularly in UAE

In this report there are 7 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
    • MENA thermal hard coal import demand (Mtpa)
    • MENA: Under the radar as a thermal coal demand centre: Table 1
  • Egypt: burgeoning moves in the cement sector underpin demand
    • MENA: Under the radar as a thermal coal demand centre: Image 2
    • Turkey thermal coal demand by sector and imports (hard coal) (Mtpa)
  • Israel: coal fired power decline, softened by recent gas developments?
    • Israel thermal coal demand by sector and imports (Mtpa)
  • Morocco: driven by power sector growth
    • Morocco thermal coal demand by sector and imports (Mtpa)
  • Other Gulf States: emerging signs, particularly in UAE
    • Gulf States* thermal coal demand (Mtpa)
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