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June 2017

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By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Less than 3 years after Vale and Rio Tinto unveiled their breakthrough projects in Mozambique’s coking coal industry, it’s possible that a second round of exploration could see additional supply made available. South African Coal Report has more.
By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Coal producers in Asia and the US confirm that Chinese interest in metallurgical coal has picked up strongly in the last few weeks. Marian Hookham from Energy Publishing Asia Pacific looks at the reasons why.
By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
A lack of available capital flow into China’s steel sector appears to have driven a sell-off in steel inventories held by some Chinese steel traders. China Coal Report investigates.
By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The world’s coking coal producers had been hoping to tie up settlements at last week’s Empowered Joint Committee but a buyer falling coking coal prices and a backlash against quarterly pricing saw all but BMA walk away empty handed.
By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
With vast coking coal deposits, developers from around the world have been eagerly anticipating securing a foothold in Mongolia. Increasingly there are signs the bountiful Tavan Tolgoi development will be opened to foreign investment.
By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Leading Japanese company, Nippon Steel and BMA have reportedly settled the quarterly benchmark coking coal price at US$170/t for Peak Downs/Saraji material and $165/t for Goonyella.
By Metinvest Affinity
Metinvest today announced plans to increase its in-house production of coking coal, following the commissioning of Affinity Mine, owned by its subsidiary United Coal Company.
By Clair Lin
Mongolia has announced the winners of a long-fought contest to develop part of Tavan Tolgoi, one of the largest coking coal deposits in the world.
By CialPort
CialPort announced today further progress in their development goals for the first modern coal, bulk goods and bunker fuel focused port facility to be located in the main Pacific port city of Buenaventura, Colombia.

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