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Petcoke-Market-Review-April-2024

India’s petcoke imports contract to three months low

Petcoke imports contracted to three months lower level in April 2024 at 1.20 MMT level, coming down by 33% MoM from the historical level recorded at 1.79 in March 2024. The import, however, is still 6% higher compared to the 1.14 MMT level noted in April 2023. Petcoke imports decreased MoM, primarily due to the high base last month and the cement sector prioritising thermal coal over petcoke this month. The cement sector’s imports of petcoke contracting by 37% MoM.

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Summer-Assessment-2024-Presentation

U.S. electric power system could be tested this summer

Total net summer generating capacity is projected to grow by 3.4% in summer 2024 to 1,207 gigawatts (GW), compared to last summer, with most additions coming from solar and wind resources and most retirements from coal resources. On the demand side, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects that total load will increase by 4.4% relative to summer 2023 for the continental United States.

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Emissions-Trading-Worldwide-by-CAP-2024

Global status report of emissions trading schemes

Carbon tax is basically a tax on fossil fuels (gas & coal). The European ETS was the world’s first carbon market which has since been replicated in other markets around the world. These trading systems have an impact on coal and need to be understood by the industry.

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Coal-in-the-ASEAN-Energy-Transition-and-Coal-Phase-out

Coal’s role in the ASEAN energy mix

The phase-out of coal poses tremendous challenges for ASEAN due to the role of coal in providing sufficient energy supplies at the lowest cost possible, its contributions to the region’s economy and its employment of thousands of people in coal-dependent areas. The transition away from coal should therefore be done in a just, gradual way when economically and environmentally viable alternatives are available at grid scale, to avoid sacrificing economic growth and equity as well as social stability. It has to be underscored that energy transition.

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