WICET creates opportunity for Glencore's Wandoan

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We have assessed projects at the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) in Queensland, given the potential opportunity to secure spare port capacity at a large discount to the existing terminal handling charge.

Table of contents

    • WICET Overview
      • Mines and projects forecast to supply coal to WICET Stage 1
    • High port charges are crimping shippers' margins
    • WICET capacity likely to be significantly under-utilised until 2023
    • What will it take to fill up capacity at WICET?
    • A strategic early start at Wandoan could result in an incentive price as low as US$63/tonne for Wandoan
    • Development and marketing risks for Wandoan
    • With potential M&A on the table, is an early start Glencore's best option?

Tables and charts

This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • WICET Stage 1 capacity entitlement (before and after administration of Bandanna Energy and Cockatoo Coal)
  • WICET operating mines 2016 operating margin vs. remaining present value (1/1/17, NPV 10%)
  • WICET stage 1 capacity and mine throughput: base case
  • Incentive price comparison for WICET stage 1 projects and Wandoan
  • WICET capacity and mine throughput: scenario of an early start at Wandoan
  • Incentive price comparison for an early start scenario for Wandoan and leading Galilee projects
  • WICET creates opportunity for Glencore's Wandoan: Image 1

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