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South Africa: Carbon tax to have low impact

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The South African government plans to introduce a carbon tax of US$13 per tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2 e) from 1 January 2015. This tax will rise by 10% per annum but includes a tax free threshold for actual emissions of up to 70%. In 2015 we estimate that the South African coal industry will pay a total of US$26 million in carbon taxes increasing to US$169 million in 2025 after the tax free threshold has been removed. We expect the impact of the carbon tax on cash costs and...

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  • Total carbon tax payments for the coal industry
  • Reduction in net present value (NPV), top ten companies

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  • CO2-e assumptions by coalfield (kt CO2-e per million raw tonnes of coal mined)
  • South Africa: Carbon tax to have low impact: Table 2

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