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Mongolian metallurgical coal on the global cost and margin curve


Mongolian metallurgical coal on the global cost and margin curve

Report summary

Based on our analysis, almost the entire Mongolian metallurgical coal industry is losing money in 2014. However, margins are set to improve over the medium term as more metallurgical mines construct wash plants, transport costs fall owing to a switch from trucking to railing coal and metallurgical coal prices increase.

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  • Executive summary
  • Mongolian coal is very low cost...but margins are negative
    • Global cost curve at Qinhuangdao including Mongolian coal, 2014
  • Mongolian margins to improve
    • Global cost curve at Qinhuangdao including Mongolian coal, 2020 (real 2014)
    • Price assumption

In this report there are 6 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Mongolian coal is very low cost...but margins are negative
    • Transport routes for Mongolian coal through China to Qinhuangdao, 2014
    • Mongolian metallurgical coal on the global cost and margin curve: Image 2
    • Global margin curve at Qinhuangdao including Mongolian coal, 2014
  • Mongolian margins to improve
    • Mongolian metallurgical coal on the global cost and margin curve: Image 4
    • Global margin curve at Qinhuangdao including Mongolian coal, 2020 (real 2014)
    • Mongolian metallurgical coal on the global cost and margin curve: Image 6
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