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Andrew Moore, Platts: Coal Supply: Will We Overcorrect?
This article was originally published in Issue 1, 2016 of American Coal magazine – read the full issue (and past issues) on the ACC website by Clicking Here Coal Supply: Will We Overcorrect? By: Andrew Moore, Platts According to … Continue reading
Steve Piper, S&P: Sizing the Domestic Market
This article was originally published in Issue 1, 2016 of American Coal magazine – read the full issue (and past issues) on the ACC website by clicking here. —————- Where is Coal Demand Headed? By: Steve Piper, S&P Global Market … Continue reading
Long-term Thermal Coal Markets
(Originally published in Issue 2, 2015 American Coal magazine, pg 42) By: Hans Daniels, Doyle Trading Consultants The coal industry is in decline. Total coal consumption in the U.S. has fallen rapidly since the high point of 1,128 mm tons … Continue reading
Indonesian production up 7% in 2014
Salva Report is forecasting Indonesian coal production will be up by 7% (34 Mt) to 526Mt, and that approximately half of that new production will be consumed domestically. Click here to read the full Salva article.
Enforcing Cost and Production Accountability Key to Reaching Budgeted Goals
By David A. Robinson, MBA, Robinson Consulting Group, LLC When I entered the coal industry in 1980, I quickly immersed myself in the world of mining production. I was intrigued with the prospect of applying the principles of my accounting … Continue reading
SNL: Top-producing CAPP mines up production
Despite a host of regulatory and economic pressures, the 25 top-producing Central Appalachian coal mines were able to increase production by 9.8% in Q4 of 2013 (compared to Q4 of 2012). U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration data analyzed by … Continue reading
Coal demand grows 6% in 2011
The recently released BP Statistical Review of World Energy provides an interesting look into the use of coal in 2011. This latest edition of the BP Review reports that global coal use grew by 440 million metric tonnes (6%). As … Continue reading