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  • Coal, Australian thermal coal Monthly Price Commodity

    Feb-2016 Aug-2016 Feb-2017 Aug-2017 Feb-2018 Aug-2018 Feb-2019 Aug-2019 Feb-2020 Aug-2020 Feb-2021 47.63 55.42 63.22 71.01 78.8 86.59 94.38 102.17 109.97 117.76 125.55 US Dollars per Metric Ton. Description: Coal (Australia), thermal GAR, f.o.b. piers, Newcastle/Port Kembla from 2002 onwards,6,300 kcal/kg (11,340 btu/lb), less than 0.8%, sulfur

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  • Coal, Australian thermal coal Monthly Price Commodity

    182 行· Coal, Australian thermal coal Monthly Price US Dollars per Metric Ton. Range. 6m 1y 5y

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  • Coal, Australian thermal coal Monthly Price Commodity

    121 行· Monthly price chart and freely downloadable data for Coal, Australian thermal coal. Price

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  • Coal, Australian thermal coal Monthly Price (Australian

    Coal, Australian thermal coal Monthly Price Australian Dollar per Metric Ton. Description: Coal (Australia), thermal GAR, f.o.b. piers, Newcastle/Port Kembla from 2002 onwards,6,300 kcal/kg (11,340 btu/lb), less than 0.8%, sulfur 13% ash; previously 6,667

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  • Australia Coal Price YCharts

    03-03-2021· The Australia Coal Price measures the price in US Dollars of one metric ton. Coal is the largest energy resource for Australia, which is why it is an important commodity to track. Historically, coal prices in Australia have been effected by floods. A large notable peak occurred in 2008, when floods caused the Australia coal price to surge as high as $180/metric ton. Australia Coal Price is

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  • Coal, Australian Free price chart

    COMMODITY PRICE DATA Coal, Australian free price chart Coal (Australia), Thermal GAR, F.o.b. Piers, Newcastle/Port Kembla From 2002 Onwards, 6,300 Kcal/kg (11,340 Btu/lb), Less Than 0.8%, Sulfur 13% Ash; Previously 6,667 Kcal/kg (12,000 Btu/lb), Less Than 1.0% Sulfur, 14% Ash [COAL_AUS]

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  • Thermal Coal Price Historical Charts, Forecasts & News

    Thermal Coal Price Outlook After a dip in mid-October, prices for Australian thermal coal rose steadily in the next few weeks and reached an over six-month high on 3 November. On 6 November, the commodity traded at USD 61.7 per metric ton, which was 6.2% higher than on the same day last month.

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  • Australian high CV thermal coal prices at 19-month low

    The benchmark Newcastle high energy thermal coal price has fallen from US$100/tonne at the turn of the new year to US$88/tonne. Thermal coal has been hit in early February due to seasonality of purchasing in the lead up to Chinese New Year and customs delays

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  • Coal 2008-2021 Data 2022-2023 Forecast Price Quote

    However, coal prices remain around 24% higher from their average in the same period last year and are up more than 60% from a nearly 4-year low of $50.45/tonne hit in August 2020, supported by government policies, particularly China’s ban on Australian coal imports and supply issues after producers cut on output as prices weakened during the height of the lockdowns across Asia.

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  • The Changing Global Market for Australian Coal Bulletin

    For most of the past decade, coal has been Australia's second largest resource export, after iron ore, and since 2015 has averaged around one-quarter of annual resource export values and 14 per cent of total export values (Graph 2). In 2018, the value of coal exports was $67 billion, equivalent to

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