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Strong Asian demand continues to hold up thermal coal

Asian thermal coal demand is defying its typical seasonal slowdown as well as the expanding use of renewables and natural gas, with prices holding not far off $100 a tonne despite the onset of the

Australian Newcastle coal prices hit 2017-high on

SINGAPORE, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Australian coal cargo prices for export from its Newcastle terminal hit a 2017-high of $103.5 per tonne at their last close, driven by strong Asian demand.

Asian thermal coal demand to reach a billion tonnes a

The MCA, which released a thermal coal demand report on behalf of Commodity Insights, expects Asian thermal coal imports to grow by more than 270 million tonnes to 1.1 billion per annum by 2030

Seaborne coal prices under pressure as demand

Seaborne coal prices have started responding to the weakening outlook for Asian demand, with futures on Australia’s Newcastle thermal coal ending at $62.25 a tonne on Wednesday, down 13.8% from their peak so far this year of $72.25 on Jan. 13.

Thermal coal prices collapse after virus lockdowns sap

Thermal coal prices collapse after virus lockdowns sap demand IEA expects global consumption will decline 8% this year in largest “We expect global coal demand to fall by about 8 per cent in

Column: LNG''s plummeting price in Asia should drag

However, a switch away from coal should lead to a fall in prices as demand will drop, and thermal coal may end up joining other commodities in feeling the coronavirus chill.

IEEFA update: The outlook for thermal coal in Southeast

Southeast and South Asia are seen as the last bastion of sustained strong growth in thermal coal demand. This might provide a counter to the massive, ongoing contraction of coal demand evident across Europe and North America, and the probable plateauing of demand in China and India.

Seaborne coal prices under pressure as demand softens

Seaborne coal prices have started responding to the weakening outlook for Asian demand, with futures on Australia’s Newcastle thermal coal ending at $62.25 a tonne on Wednesday, down 13.8% from

Prices of seaborne thermal coal fall on reduced demand

Prices of seaborne thermal coal fall on reduced demand by major Asian consumers Published on: 30 April 2020 Both China and India have cut down on their purchases due to the novelty coronavirus

Asian demand keeping thermal coal prices high -

Asian demand keeping thermal coal prices high ASIAN thermal coal prices hit a six-and-a-half-year high last month, as strong import demand and supply-side issues tightened the market, according to a report by the ANZ Bank.

Analysis: Strong Asian demand continues to hold up

Asian thermal coal demand is defying its typical seasonal slowdown as well as the expanding use of renewables and natural gas, with prices holding not far off $100 a tonne

IEEFA update: The outlook for thermal coal in Southeast

Southeast and South Asia are seen as the last bastion of sustained strong growth in thermal coal demand. This might provide a counter to the massive, ongoing contraction of coal demand evident across Europe and North America, and the probable plateauing of demand in China and India.

Asian thermal coal demand to reach a billion tonnes a

The MCA, which released a thermal coal demand report on behalf of Commodity Insights, expects Asian thermal coal imports to grow by more than 270 million tonnes to 1.1 billion per annum by 2030

Seaborne coal prices under pressure as demand softens

Seaborne coal prices have started responding to the weakening outlook for Asian demand, with futures on Australia’s Newcastle thermal coal ending at $62.25 a tonne on Wednesday, down 13.8% from

THERMAL COAL-Prices keep dropping as Asian demand

14/10/2015· SINGAPORE, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Coal markets continued to test new lows over the past week, with both physical and futures prices falling further as

Asian thermal coal demand to reach a billion tonnes a

The MCA, which released a thermal coal demand report on behalf of Commodity Insights, expects Asian thermal coal imports to grow by more than 270 million tonnes to 1.1 billion per annum by 2030

Coal prices rally on strong Asian demand and tight global

Higher China demand has pushed up the price of Indonesian, Russian and South African coal, allowing Australian producers to push material into less traditional markets of Bangladesh, Turkey and

Asian demand keeping thermal coal prices high -

ASIAN thermal coal prices hit a six-and-a-half-year high last month, as strong import demand and supply-side issues tightened the market, according to a report by the ANZ Bank. China''s supply-side reforms remain the driving force behind that pressure, with growth

Asian demand keeping thermal coal prices high -

ASIAN thermal coal prices hit a six-and-a-half-year high last month, as strong import demand and supply-side issues tightened the market, according to a report by the ANZ Bank. China''s supply-side reforms remain the driving force behind that pressure, with growth

US coalminers’ Asia ‘pipe dream’ evaporates | Financial

The collapse of the Millennium project comes as Asian thermal coal markets stage a rally driven by supply shortfalls in Coloia and a winter cold snap in east Asia. The price of high-energy