Opportunity knocks for US coal exports

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After a year of high prices and much turbulence, the coal market appears to be cooling down in 2023. As the domestic market shows signs of weakening, miners of high calorific value coal are pursuing opportunities to shift more coal into the seaborne market. Eroding domestic profit margins and replenished stockpiles will send producers searching near and far for the most promising outlets to sell uncommitted tons. At the same time, the US metallurgical coal industry is increasing its capacity from new and existing operations, with the focus on the export market.

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  • Total US thermal coal stockpiles (days supply; average burn)
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