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US coal-fired unit retirements, Part II: a refined look at supplier risk


US coal-fired unit retirements, Part II: a refined look at supplier risk

Report summary

Our recent Insight, "US coal-fired retirements: high risk to low sulphur production" analysed 2012 coal deliveries to plants that will, or are expected to, experience some level of coal-fired unit retirement by 2021. In this Insight we refine our analysis to consider retirements at the unit level and provide an assessment of supplier risk on that basis.

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This Coal Insight report highlights the key issues surrounding this topic, and draws out the implications for those involved.

Participants, suppliers and advisors can use it to look at the trends, risks and issues within the coal industry and gain an alternative point of view when making decisions.

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  • Weak dark spreads coupled with MATS compliance costs doom coal-fired generation
  • Supplier risk will fall into several categories
  • Surviving coal units will run at higher capacity factors

In this report there are 4 tables or charts, including:

  • Weak dark spreads coupled with MATS compliance costs doom coal-fired generation
    • Coal-fired capacity retirements by census region* (MW)
    • Estimated 2012 basin consumption at retiring units*
  • Supplier risk will fall into several categories
    • Estimated 2012 supplier consumption at retiring units
  • Surviving coal units will run at higher capacity factors
    • Actual 2012 and forecast EGU consumption
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