• What's the Future for Coal? stlouisfed

    At the same time, demand for U.S. coal has also faded, as a result of reduced electricity demand and increased competition from natural gas and other energy sources.

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  • Global coal demand out to 2018 set to slow, says IEA

    China will continue to drive global coal demand over the next five years, although growth is likely to slow amid uncertainties such as the country's increasing adoption of cleaner technologies and implementation of coal consumption cuts in some regions, the International Energy Agency said Monday.

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  • Strong overseas demand for Australia coal deprives local

    Strong Asian demand for coal from Australia is depriving domestic power generators of fuel and driving electricity prices higher, energy providers and mining sources

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  • Coal and oil demand to peak by 2020, according to new report

    By 2020, the global demand for coal and oil could peak and start to decline, according to a new report published this week by researchers at the Grantham Institute—Climate Change and the Environment at Imperial College London, and independent thinktank the Carbon Tracker Initiative.

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  • Global Demand for U.S. Coal a Boost to DryBulk Shipping

    America's coal exports are up 57% in total volume and 61% tonnemiles for the first two quarters of 2017, compared with the same period in 2016.

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  • Sunrise Coal, LLC

    Demand for coal produced in the Illinois Basin (ILB) is growing. To meet this demand, Sunrise is developing a 230MM ton complex loed along the Indiana/Illinois

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  • Global coal demand to reach 9 billion tonnes per year by 2019

    Global demand for coal over the next five years will continue marching higher, breaking the 9billiontonne level by 2019, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its annual MediumTerm Coal Market Report released today.

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  • Coal Demand and Prices Surge As Do U.S. Coal Exports

    Guest post by David Middleton Coal prices are on the rise again. With benchmark rates in Australia up over 30 percent since July — approaching the $100/t

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  • Global Demand for U.S. Coal a Boost to DryBulk Shipping

    America's coal exports are up 57% in total volume and 61% tonnemiles for the first two quarters of 2017, compared with the same period in 2016.

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  • Global coal demand to reach 9 billion tonnes per year by 2019

    Global demand for coal over the next five years will continue marching higher, breaking the 9billiontonne level by 2019, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its annual MediumTerm Coal Market Report released today.

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  • Decline of coal demand is 'irreversible' MINING

    Demand for thermal coal is declining, a trend that appears to be "irreversible." That is the conclusion from Goldman Sachs, which published a new report on the

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  • Global demand for coal falls in 2016 for second year in a

    UK leads trend away from coal, with use down 52.5%, while China continues to consume less of the dirtiest fossil fuel

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  • Coal and oil demand to peak by 2020, according to new report

    By 2020, the global demand for coal and oil could peak and start to decline, according to a new report published this week by researchers at the Grantham Institute—Climate Change and the Environment at Imperial College London, and independent thinktank the Carbon Tracker Initiative.

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  • Coal Mining in China to 2021 Coal Demand Remains

    Coal Mining in China to 2021 Coal Demand Remains Optimistic Regardless of Stringent Environmental LONDON, Dec. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Coal Mining in China to 2021 Coal Demand Remains Optimistic Regardless of Stringent Environmental Regulations.

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  • Coal and oil demand to peak by 2020, according to new report

    By 2020, the global demand for coal and oil could peak and start to decline, according to a new report published this week by researchers at the Grantham Institute—Climate Change and the Environment at Imperial College London, and independent thinktank the Carbon Tracker Initiative.

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  • Chinese Demand for Coal Easing WSJ

    Longterm estimates for Chinese coal demand, for the year 2035, range from 3.66 billion tons of coal equivalent, up from 2.29 billion tons in 2010, to as low as 1.51 billion tons, depending on Beijing's environmental policies.

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  • Global coal demand out to 2018 set to slow, says IEA

    The agency cut its average annual coal demand growth forecast for the 20132018 period to 2.3% from 2.6%, also citing increased competition from cheaper gas in the US. However, coal once again displayed the largest demand growth of all fossil fuels including natural gas and oil in 2012, at 7.697 billion mt, up 170 million mt on 2011.

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  • World Coal Consumption To Surpass Oil By 2020 Due To

    Coal demand in the United States, Europe and the rest of Asia will hold steady. Global coal consumption is expected to rise by 25 percent by the end of the decade to 4,500 million tonnes of oil equivalent, overtaking oil at 4,400 million tonnes, according to Woodmac in a presentation on Monday at the World Energy Congress.

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  • Trump digs coal as global demand for it drops Electric

    Market demand for the dirtiest of fossil fuels is plummeting worldwide, according to industry data published Tuesday

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  • What's Driving India's Coal Demand Growth World Coal

    Read more about the significant emissions reductions that can be achieved with low emission coal technologies, including high efficiency, low emission (HELE) coal and

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  • Coal Demand and Prices Surge As Do U.S. Coal Exports

    Guest post by David Middleton Coal prices are on the rise again. With benchmark rates in Australia up over 30 percent since July — approaching the $100/t

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  • Coal and oil demand to peak in three years: report afr

    Demand for oil could be flat from 2020 until 2030 and then fall steadily to 2050, the organisations found. Consumption of coal could peak in 2020 and could then fall to half of 2012 levels by midcentury.

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  • Coal demand to grow through 2019 TheHill

    Demand for coal — the most popular fuel source for electricity and the second most widely used energy source — will hit 9 billion metric tons annually in 2019, the IEA predicted in its Monday report on coal demand for the next five years.

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  • Coal Demand and Prices Surge As Do U.S. Coal Exports

    So when demand is low, natural gas prices are low. Newer efficient CCGT take market share from coal in the US. However, when demand is high the price of natural gas increases and the coal plants become the lower generating cost. Market share for coal increases.

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  • Josh Frydenberg says India's demand for Australian coal

    Frydenberg acknowledged global demand for coal would fall as a percentage of the overall energy mix from 40% now to 30% in 2040, but said India would become the largest coal importer in the world by 2020.

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  • Trump digs coal as global demand for it drops Electric

    Market demand for the dirtiest of fossil fuels is plummeting worldwide, according to industry data published Tuesday

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  • IEA Says Southeast Asia Will Keep Coal Demand High

    The IEA says worldwide coal demand will remain high thanks to emerging economies in Southeast Asia that need cheap electricity.

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  • Demand for coal will be driven by China and India

    For most of the past decade, one of the most widely held assumptions in the energy world has been that demand for coal will keep on rising, fuelled by China's

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  • Strong overseas demand for Australia coal deprives local

    Strong Asian demand for coal from Australia is depriving domestic power generators of fuel and driving electricity prices higher, energy providers and mining sources

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  • Report: Coal demand drops in almost all U.S. states PBS

    Coal use has dropped in all but two states since 2007, a new analysis shows adding to the growing evidence of the fossil fuel's continued decline.

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