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Japan''s net-zero pledge serves Australia fossil fuel

27/10/2020· Japan''s pledge to reach net-zero emissions by 2050 has thrown into doubt the future of Australia''s $38 billion export trade in coal and LNG with the country.

Japan''s thermal coal imports hit 5-yr low in May

Japan bought 91,600 tonnes of sub-bituminous coal from Australia in the month, a 10.63% rise year on year. The country didn''t import any sub-bituminous coal from Australia in April. Total sub-bituminous coal imports were worth 4.04 billion yen over May, up 26

UPDATE 1-Japan LNG, thermal coal imports hit record

Japan''s customs-cleared imports of thermal coal used in power generation in the past fiscal year were 111.52 million tonnes - an annual increase of 5 percent and exceeding the previous record of

Japan and coal - Global Energy Monitor

In 2002 domestic coal production in Japan came to an end, and ever since the country has been totally reliant on imports, overwhelmingly from Australia. In 2012 Japan was estimated to have imported 133 million tonnes of thermal coal and 53 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steel production. [2]

Japan and coal - Global Energy Monitor

In 2002 domestic coal production in Japan came to an end, and ever since the country has been totally reliant on imports, overwhelmingly from Australia. In 2012 Japan was estimated to have imported 133 million tonnes of thermal coal and 53 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steel production. [2]

Japan Increases Coal Use at Expense of Oil - WSJ

TOKYO—Japan''s thermal coal imports rose while oil imports fell in April, reflecting increased coal-fired output at electricity utilities. The trend of coal replacing relatively more expensive

Japan''s April LNG imports dip - Offshore Energy

Japan recorded a drop in imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in April, according to the Ministry of Finance’ preliminary data. Courtesy of Tepco According to the data, Japan’s total LNG imports reached 5.13 million tons in April 2020. This is an 8.8 per cent drop

Mining in Japan - Wikipedia

Japan relied on oil imports to meet about 84 percent of its energy needs in 2010. Japan was the first coal importer in 2010, with 187 Mt (20% of total world coal import), and the first natural gas importer with 99 bcm (12.1% of world total gas import). The seabed .

Japan’s LNG imports drop in April - Offshore Energy

Japanese imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) dropped 18.3 percent in April as compared to the same month a year ago, according to the provisional data released by Japan’s Ministry of Finance. Japan, the world’s top LNG buyer, imported 5.60 million tonnes of LNG last month. On the other side, the country’s coal imports for []

Japan’s coking coal imports up 20 percent in May over

According to statistics released by Japan''s Ministry of Finance, Japan''s coking coal imports totaled 6.1 million metric tons in May this year, rising by 20 percent month on

Simpson Spence Young | Japanese Coal Imports Decline

Coal Total Japanese imports of coking and steam coal fell by 0.8 Mt year-on-year to 13.6 Mt in February, the lowest since April 2016, according to data gathered by IHS. The country’s coking coal imports decreased by 0.3 Mt on the year to 2.7 Mt last month, while steam coal receipts dropped to just under 11.0 Mt (-0.5 Mt).

• Japan: import value of coal 2019 | Statista

(April 28, 2020). Total value of coal imports to Japan from fiscal year 2015 to 2019 (in trillion Japanese yen) [Graph]. In Statista. Retrieved January 06, 2021, from

TABLE-China April coal exports, imports | Reuters

26/5/2008· The following table shows China''s imports and exports of coal and coke in April and the first four months of 2008, Japan 190,206 128 388,516 -41 South Korea 81,382 -59 199,296

Japan May coal imports hit new low since Apr 2017

Japan coal imports reached 13.92 million tonnes in May, hitting a 25-month low since April 2017, Ja Subscribe to CCI Daily for the latest updates on China''s domestic and import thermal coal, coking coal and coke markets, Fenwei CCI indexes and other data on daily basis.

JAPAN''S ENERGY2018 - METI

Sources of Japanese fossil fuel imports (2018) Japan depends on the Middle East for around 86% of its crude oil imports. For natural gas and coal as well, Japan relies almost entirely on overseas imports from regions such as Australia, Russia, Asia-Oceania and

Japan must exit coal | The Japan Times

2/6/2019· Moreover, Japan is among the biggest financiers of foreign coal projects. Yet even as Japan’s government keeps planning for a coal-based future and touts clean-coal

TABLE-China April coal exports, imports - Reuters

The following table shows China''s imports and exports of coal and coke in April and the first four months of 2008, as reported in official customs data. April Jan-April tonnes pct chg* tonnes pct

• Japan: import volume of coal 2019 | Statista

Dependency rate on fossil fuel imports Japan 2018, by type Import volume of crude oil Japan FY 2019, by country Import volume of coal FY 2015-2019 Import volume of LNG Japan FY 2015-2019 LNG

Japan’s Coal Imports in Q1 2020 A Boost for Dry Bulk

Coal imports to Japan are predominantly from Australia, which also this year accounts for 61% of Japan’s total. There have been some interesting shiftsin trade patterns however. Shipments from Australia to Japan have been down by -1.5% y-o-y in 1Q 2020, to 27.3 mln tonnes, from 27.7 mln tonnes in the same period last year.

Japan and coal - Global Energy Monitor

In 2002 domestic coal production in Japan came to an end, and ever since the country has been totally reliant on imports, overwhelmingly from Australia. In 2012 Japan was estimated to have imported 133 million tonnes of thermal coal and 53 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steel production. [2]