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North China delivered iron ore cost comparison

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24 January 2013

North China delivered iron ore cost comparison

Report summary

In order to analyse the relative global iron ore supply costs on a delivered basis, we have constructed a delivered cost curve to Tianjin port in northern China. Our 2012 total cash costs CFR Tianjin range from US$41/tonne to over US$150/tonne (adjusted to a 62% Fe equivalent, dry tonne basis). The bottom half of the delivered cost curve is dominated by low cost supply from the major seaborne exporters from Brazil and Australia.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • North China delivered costs – as shipped
  • Adjusted to 62% Fe - dry tonne basis

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This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Delivered iron ore cash costs, CFR North China 2012 US$/wmt
  • Delivered iron ore cash costs, CFR North China 2012 US$/dmt 62% Fe equivalent
  • Table: Average total cash costs - FOB and CFR North China

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