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Coal

Coal
2019, December, 9, 13:15:00
CHINA'S COAL IMPORTS UP 10%
In November, China imported 20.78 million mt of coal, up 8.5% year on year, the GAC data showed.
Coal
2019, December, 6, 13:25:00
TREBLING NUCLEAR POWER
Renewable energy sources alone are not capable of fully decarbonising the economy, but they can complement nuclear energy in achieving this goal. The nuclear industry, led by World Nuclear Association, has set the Harmony goal for nuclear energy to provide 25% of global electricity by 2050. This will require trebling nuclear generation from its present level.
Coal
2019, December, 6, 13:00:00
U.S. COAL COMPANIES DOWN
The market capitalization of five of the top 10 U.S. coal companies was sliced by more than half from early January to mid-November 2019.
Coal
2019, December, 4, 12:25:00
CHINA'S COAL REDUCING
The relaxing of curbs on coal power, combined with shrinking investment in solar and wind energy, have caused further alarm over carbon dioxide emissions in China.
Coal
2019, December, 4, 12:10:00
U.S. COAL EXPORTS DOWN
In the first nine months of 2019, US thermal exports were more than 10 million mt below the year-ago period's total, and vessel tracking data show October exports are expected to come in close to September levels.
Coal
2019, December, 2, 13:40:00
CHINA'S COAL: THE MAJOR
“Since coal is still a major resource, we will continue to rely on coal when we need it - and right now for instance, the economy is slowing and renewables are still relatively weak,” said Lin Boqiang, dean of the China Institute for Energy Policy Studies.
Coal
2019, December, 2, 13:20:00
INDIA'S RENEWABLE WILL UP
IEEFA forecasts India's cumulative renewable energy capacity to expand 17% year-on-year to 93.5GW by the end of 2019/20, adding a total of 13.5GW in 2019/20 (relative to just 5.7GW to-date).
Coal
2019, November, 27, 11:45:00
U.S. COAL GENERATION DOWN
US coal-fired power generation totaled 85.9 TWh in September, down 8.8% from August,
Coal
2019, November, 27, 11:40:00
COAL GENERATION DOWN
In the past three and a half decades, the analysis noted, only two other years had declines in coal generation - 2009 with a 148 TWh drop and 2015 with a 217 TWH drop.
Coal
2019, November, 20, 11:15:00
INDIA'S COAL NEED INVESTMENT
The auctions, to be aimed at paring back India’s coal imports, are intended to attract global miners such as Glencore PLC, BHP Group, Anglo American PLC and Peabody Energy Corp.
Coal
2019, November, 20, 11:10:00
CHINA'S COAL CAPACITY UP
China also has another 121.3 GW of coal-fired power plants under construction, U.S.-based research network Global Energy Monitor said in its report, nearly enough to power the whole of France.
Coal
2019, November, 20, 11:05:00
CHINA'S COAL PRODUCTION +4.5%
China produced 3.06 billion tonnes of raw coal during the January-October period, up 4.5 percent year on year
Coal
2019, November, 15, 14:20:00
OIL PRICES 2019-20: $64-$60
Brent crude oil spot prices averaged $60 per barrel (b) in October, down $3/b from September and down $21/b from October 2018. EIA forecasts Brent spot prices will average $60/b in 2020, down from a 2019 average of $64/b. EIA forecasts that West Texas Intermediate (WTI) prices will average $5.50/b less than Brent prices in 2020. EIA expects crude oil prices will be lower on average in 2020 than in 2019 because of forecast rising global oil inventories, particularly in the first half of next year.
Coal
2019, November, 15, 13:55:00
CHINA NEED COAL
BP's Energy Outlook estimates coal's share of China's energy mix to fall to 35% in 2040 from 60% in 2017, but for the country to remain the world's largest consumer of coal and account for 39% of global coal demand in 2040.
Coal
2019, November, 11, 12:50:00
AFRICA'S ENERGY DEMAND GROWTH TWICE
Energy demand in Africa grows twice as fast as the global average, and Africa’s vast renewables resources and falling technology costs drive double-digit growth in deployment of utility-scale and distributed solar photovoltaics (PV), and other renewables, across the continent.