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Damaged infrastructure in Ukraine: implications across commodities for winter 2014/2015


Damaged infrastructure in Ukraine: implications across commodities for winter 2014/2015

Report summary

The Ukraine crisis took a turn for the worse during the summer months. From July into August, an increase in hostilities in Eastern Ukraine (Donetsk and Luhansk regions) led to major damage to critical pieces of energy and mining infrastructure. This has ramifications for Ukraine’s energy complex in the all-important months leading up to winter. Meanwhile, the violence continues. In this insight we review the impact of the conflict on Ukraine’s coal, steel, iron ore and gas industries.

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  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Coal mining
    • Significant reduction in metallurgical and thermal production outlook
  • Steel, iron ore and metallurgical coal
    • Steel production down, risk of increased iron ore exports weakening global price
  • Gas markets
    • Russian imports halted, but storage and alternative import capacity is growing
  • Electricity
    • Damaged infrastructure and lower thermal coal deliveries…
    • 6 Mt shortage of coal this winter …and how to compensate
  • Risks to the outlook: coal and gas downside, and cold weather provide an extreme case
  • APPENDIX
    • Nominal iron and steel making capacity in 2014 (Mtpa)

In this report there are 8 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
    • Ukraine Map – damaged infrastructure
  • Coal mining
    • Coal production profile (Mt) – actual and forecast
  • Steel, iron ore and metallurgical coal
    • Key steel, iron and metallurgical coal fundamentals (Mtpa)
  • Gas markets
  • Electricity
    • Electricity output (TWh) - actual and forecast
    • Power generation output by fuel (%, 2013)
    • Reference Case: Coal Generation Gap versus Alternative Supply (TWh)
  • Risks to the outlook: coal and gas downside, and cold weather provide an extreme case
  • APPENDIX
    • Damaged infrastructure in Ukraine: implications across commodities for winter 2014/2015: Table 1
    • Reduction in coke making capacity (Mtpa)
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