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Shanxi coke cuts: good or bad for metallurgical coal?

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11 September 2019

Shanxi coke cuts: good or bad for metallurgical coal?

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In August, Shanxi province introduced new specific measures and action plans to cut 40 Mt of coke capacity, to 147.7 Mt, in 2019. The move is designed to accelerate improvements in the sector’s pollution levels, and reduce excess capacity. Policies aimed at cutting coke capacity will carry the risk of affecting metallurgical coal demand but, as always in China, the impact will be nuanced. Replacement ovens, and shifting production centres, offer challenges and opportunities for those involved in the seaborne metallurgical coal market.

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  • Shanxi coke plant capacity cuts by city
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