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  • Commodity Market Report

    ERCOT power markets long-term outlook: Charting the likely energy transition path - the 'Federal Carbon' case

    • 19 July 2018

    Power market Transition will determine pace of energy market transition

    $10,800.00

    Summary

    The Global Energy Transition (GET), now under way, will move energy markets from the "Age of Oil & Gas" to the "Age of Power & Renewables". The pace of transition, in large part, is now leveraged to technology costs and the ability of power markets to incorporate emerging technologies like storage, electric vehicles on top of a rapid increase in renewables saturation.

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      North America Power Renewables Long term outlook Charting the likely energy transition path The Federal Carbon case.pdf

      PDF 513.98 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Coal Clean Equipment Data ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 248.40 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Coal Retirements ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 136.09 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Delivered Fuel Prices Nominal ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 403.15 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Delivered Fuel Prices Real ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 409.60 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Emission Prices Nominal ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 46.88 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Emission Prices Real ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 46.80 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Emissions ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 74.90 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Load Forecast ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 2.54 MB

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      NAPRS LTO Macroeconomics ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 121.39 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Prices Sparks IHR Darks Nominal ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 3.80 MB

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      NAPRS LTO Prices Sparks IHR Darks Real ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 5.49 MB

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      NAPRS LTO Supply Demand Energy ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 593.11 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Transmission Projects in Base Case ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 32.02 KB

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      ERCOT power markets long-term outlook: Charting the likely energy transition path - the 'Federal Carbon' case

      ZIP 11.40 MB

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      WoodMac NAPR PowerGlossary.pdf

      PDF 745.33 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Battery Cost Forecast ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 104.06 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Capacity Prices ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 211.31 KB

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      NAPRS LTO Renewable Energy Credit prices ERCOT 7 15 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 974.89 KB

  • Asset Report

    Mt Thorley coal mine

    • 20 July 2018

    A detailed analysis of the Mt Thorley coal mine.

    $1,500.00

    Summary

    Mt Thorley is a medium sized thermal and semi-soft coking coal open cut mine in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales. Mt Thorley shares equipment and infrastructure with Yancoal's majority owned Warkworth mine, which is located adjacent to the mine. Both mines are run as an integrated operation. Yancoal acquired its interest in Mt Thorley following the acquisition of Coal & Allied from Rio Tinto in 2017. For a separate analysis on the underground project, please refer to the Mt Thorley (Underground) asset report.

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      Mt Thorley-Australia-BASE.XLS

      XLS 619.00 KB

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      Asset Mt Thorley.xls

      XLS 220.00 KB

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      Mt Thorley coal mine

      PDF 278.33 KB

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      Mt Thorley coal mine

      ZIP 470.25 KB

  • Insight

    Can automation repeat its iron ore success with coal?

    • 17 July 2018

    We evaluate potential cost savings of using autonomous trucks within the Australian coal sector, against the backdrop of iron ore's success.

    $1,100.00

    Summary

    The move towards automation within the Australian coal sector has been slow compared with its counterparts in the iron ore sector, where the use of autonomous vehicles has increased significantly over the past decade. We estimate that 186 autonomous trucks were in use in Australia's iron ore industry towards the end of 2017, accounting for 15% of total material moved. In this insight we evaluate the possible cost savings when using autonomous haulage in the coal sector, against the backdrop of iron ore's success. We also cover the pros and cons of driverless trucks, and summarise automation across Australia's iron ore and coal industries.

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      Can automation repeat its iron ore success with coal.xls (1)

      XLS 459.50 KB

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      Can automation repeat its iron ore success with coal?

      PDF 253.01 KB

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      Can automation repeat its iron ore success with coal?

      ZIP 407.32 KB