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Seaborne metallurgical costs: past, present and future

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29 January 2014

Seaborne metallurgical costs: past, present and future

Report summary

To say global metallurgical coal producers have been on a rollercoaster the past five years would be an understatement.  Prices and costs hit record highs in 2011, and both have since plummeted.  We estimate the weighted average total cash cost for all seaborne metallurgical coal rose by 60%, or US$48.8/tonne (real 2013), between 2009 and 2011.  Producers took action to cut costs and these efforts paid off as the weighted average fell 14% - US$18.4/tonne (real 2013) from 2011.

Table of contents

    • Change in weighted average seaborne metallurgical coal cost from 2011 to 2013 (US$/tonne, real 2013)
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Russia
  • United States

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This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • Seaborne metallurgical wt. avg. cost in US$/tonne (real 2013 basis)
  • Change in weighted average seaborne metallurgical coal cost from 2009 to 2011 (US$/tonne, real 2013)
  • Seaborne metallurgical costs: past, present and future: Table 3
  • Seaborne metallurgical costs: past, present and future: Table 4
  • Seaborne metallurgical costs: past, present and future: Table 5
  • Seaborne metallurgical costs: past, present and future: Table 6
  • Seaborne metallurgical costs: past, present and future: Table 2

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