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US West ports' permit denial case - US domestic impact

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Wood Mackenzie's Global Thermal Coal Market Service recently released an insight ("US West ports' permit denial delays PRB and increases prices") analysing the potential market impact if new ports on the US west coast are prohibited from being developed. While our Global Thermal Coal Market Service insight delved into the effect on international coal markets, this insight focuses closer on the result that a ban on new US west coast ports would have on the internal US coal market.

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Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Recent setback for Morrow coal export project
  • Current state of export access for PRB coal
    • Port case
    • Domestic market experiences greater coal-fired generation and PRB challenges other basins
    • Domestic coal prices – all weaker than the base case
  • Risks to our forecast sensitivity
  • Notes about assumptions and variables

Tables and charts

This report includes 8 images and tables including:

Images

  • North America coal exporting terminals and major US coal exporting basins
  • US West ports' permit denial case - US domestic impact: Image 2
  • US thermal coal exports by basin: port case
  • Change in key delivered prices
  • Change in US generation by type from base case
  • Change in EGU demand by basin from base case
  • Change in market coal prices (real 2014 US$/t) from base case

Tables

  • US West ports' permit denial case - US domestic impact: Table 1

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