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Indonesia’s Harga Batubara Acuan (HBA) sees a downward correction for February

Harga Batubara Acuan formally known as the HBA-thermal coal reference price of Indonesia has undergone a downward correction for February. The reference price for February 2024 stands at $125.85/mt. The price for 6,322kcal/kg has dropped by 55% year-on-year (YoY) and by 1% month-on month (MoM). This marks a decrease of $152.10 from February 2023’s level of $277.05 and as light decline of $0.90 from January 2024’s $125.85 level.

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China and Southeast Asia to continue to drive coal demand

China and Southeast Asia, still rely on coal to meet a portion of their growing demand for electricity due to the affordability and reliability of coal supply. The global trading flow of coal has recently shifted, with Indonesia’s thermal coal exports growing, Russia facing a significant reduction in coal exports due to sanctions, and Australia’s production declining due to floods. Record-high coal prices in 2022, driven by economic recovery and geopolitical tensions, highlight the volatility in the coal market. This latest report by APERC covers key aspects of the coal sector, namely coal consumption, production, trade, prices, and coal-related policies […]

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New report demonstrates the importance of coal in U.S electricity system

This report offers new insights on the performance of different electricity resources – coal, natural gas, nuclear, hydro, oil, wind, and solar – during the January 13-21 winter storm. Collectively, coal and natural gas provided most of the additional (incremental) electricity generation that was needed when the storm peaked on January 17. Each provided approximately 40% of the additional electricity. Including a small contribution from oil, fossil fuels generated 82% of the additional electricity that was needed when the storm peaked. Electricity demand across the five regions increased by more than 150,000 megawatts during the peak hour of the storm. […]

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Coal price and FX market forecasts

This brief provides a summary of coal price forecasts (hard coking coal, PCI, semi-soft coking coal and Newcastle benchmark thermal coal) and AUD:USD exchange rate forecasts as at December 2023/January 2024. These have been sourced from various research databases and broker reports and are presented on a 31 December year end basis. Where available, long-term price forecasts are also included. Source: KPMG

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