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North America thermal coal short-term outlook June 2015

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Report summary

The US coal market continued to undergo structural change in June aimed at right sizing the industry and re-aligning supply with falling demand. Coal demand is eroded by retiring power plants and competition from low-cost natural gas. We are seeing the effects of an over-supplied domestic and international market where coal buyers have an upper hand in negotiations and prices are falling in search of a floor.

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    WM Coal Monthly North America June.xls

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This report includes 13 images and tables including:

Images

  • Coal prices - history and forecast (FOB mine)
  • Coal-Fired generation
  • Accumulated cooling degree days
  • US weight average between natural gas and coal generation
  • PRB net-back from South Korea - Vancouver
  • PRB net-back - Vancouver chart
  • PRB net-back from South Korea - Ridley
  • PRB net-back - Ridley chart
  • 2015 US thermal coal production cuts/delays announced in 2015 YTD
  • BNSF and UP railcar loadings (cumulative)
  • CSX and NS railcar loading (cumulative)
  • EGU stockpiles by census region
  • Total US Supply Demand Balance (Mst)

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