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Coal Market Overview in Europe

Número de páginas: 76 Número de tablas: 25 El número de cifras: 31
Informe Idioma: Russian
Liberado: 06.12.2019
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This report is currently available in Russian language only. However, we can provide an English version of the report within 3 weeks after receiving a payment.

 

This report is the first publication of coal market research in Europe.

The purpose of the study is to analyze the coal market in Europe to understand the market situation in these countries and the prospects for Russia as an exporter of coal.

The object of study are energy and coking coals.

Work is desk study. As sources of information, data were used by the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation, IEA Coal Information 2018, IEA Coal Market Report 2018; IHS Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, (Australia); “Metal Expert”, statistics on railway transportation of the Russian Federation, BP Energy Outlook, UN bases, Eurostat.

Chronological scope of the study: 2010-2019; forecast for the period until 2030

Research geography: European countries - Germany, Turkey, Poland, Ukraine, Great Britain and Belarus.

 

The report consists of 6 parts, each of which has 8 chapters, contains 76 pages, including 31 figures and 25 tables.

The first chapter gives a description of the German coal market, presents volumes of production (2000-2018) and coal consumption (2015-2018). The main import flows to Germany of steam and coking coal, including from Russia (by companies in 2017-2019) are also shown. The pricing environment is presented, the main factors affecting the German coal market are identified.

The second chapter gives a description of the coal market in Turkey, presents the volumes of consumption and import of coal (2010-2018). The main import flows of steam and coking coal, including from Russia (by companies in 2017-2019) are also shown. The main factors affecting the Turkish coal market are identified.

The third chapter describes the coal market in Poland, presents the volumes of consumption and import of coal (2010-2018). The main import flows of steam and coking coal, including from Russia (by companies in 2017-2019) are also shown. The main factors affecting the Polish coal market are identified.

The fourth chapter describes the coal market of Ukraine, presents the volumes of production and consumption (2010-2018). The main import flows of steam and coking coal, including from Russia (by companies in 2017-2019) are also shown. The pricing environment is presented, the main factors affecting the Ukrainian coal market are identified.

The fifth chapter gives a brief description of the UK coal market, presents volumes of coal production and consumption (2010-2018). The main factors affecting the UK coal market are also shown.

The sixth chapter gives a brief description of the coal market in Belarus, presents the volumes of import and consumption of coal (2010-2018).

 

The target audience of the study:

- coal market participants - producers, consumers, traders, processing enterprises;

- potential investors.

The proposed study claims to be a reference tool for marketing services and specialists making managerial decisions working in the coal market.

Annotation

 

1. GERMANY

1.1 Volumes of supplies of Russian coal by energy / coking

1.2 Deliveries by company

1.3 Volumes of coal supplies to Germany from other countries

1.4 Coal Consumption in Germany

1.5 Main countries competitors for Russia in the German coal market

1.6 Prices

1.7 Transportation of coal to Germany

1.8 Main factors affecting coal imports Germa4

 

2. TURKEY

2.1 Volumes of supplies of Russian coal by energy / coking

2.2 Deliveries by company

2.3 Volumes of coal supplies to Turkey from other countries

2.4 Coal Consumption in Turkey

2.5 Main countries competing for Russia in the Turkish coal market

2.6 Prices

2.7 Transportation of coal to Turkey

2.8 The main factors affecting the import of coal into Turkey

 

3. POLAND

3.1 Volumes of supplies of Russian coal by energy / coking

3.2 Deliveries by company

3.3 Volumes of coal supplies to Poland from other countries

3.4 Coal Consumption in Poland

3.5 Main countries competing for Russia in the Polish coal market

3.6 Prices

3.7 Transportation of coal to Poland

3.8 Main factors affecting Polish coal imports

 

4. UKRAINE

4.1 Volumes of supplies of Russian coal by energy / coking

4.2 Deliveries by company

4.3 Volumes of coal supplies to Ukraine from other countries4

4.4 Coal consumption in Ukraine

4.5 Main countries competing for Russia in the Ukrainian coal market

4.6 Prices

4.7 Transportation of coal to Ukraine

4.8 The main factors affecting the import of coal into Ukraine

 

5. UNITED KINGDOM

 

6. BELARUS

Table 1. The volume of exports of Russian coal to Germany in 2010-2019, million tons

Table 2. The main Russian exporters of thermal coal to Germany in 2016-2019, mln tons

Table 3. The main Russian coking coal exporters to Germany in 2016-2019, mln tons

Table 4. The volume of imports of German coal in 2010-2018, million tons

Table 5. The volume of coal production in Germany, 2010-2018, million tons

Table 6. Consumption of German coal, Mtce (million tons of coal equivalent)

Table 7. Planned changes in the capacity of German coal-fired power plants by 2030, GW (GW)

Table 8. Forecast of German coal imports in the future until 2035, mln tons

Table 9. The volume of exports of Russian coal to Turkey in 2010-2019, million tons

Table 10. The main Russian exporters of steam coal to Turkey in 2017-2019, mln tons

Table 11. The main Russian coking coal exporters to Turkey in 2017-2019, mln tons

Table 12. The volume of imports of coal in Turkey in 2010-2018, million tons

Table 13. The volume of coal production in Turkey in 2010-2018, million tons

Table 14. Comparison of prices for Russian and Colombian coal for supplies to Turkey, $ / t

Table 15. Forecast of Turkey's coal imports in the future up to 2030, million tons

Table 16. The volume of exports of Russian coal to Poland in 2010-2019, million tons

Table 17. The main Russian exporters of steam coal to Poland in 2017-2019, mln tons

Table 18. The main Russian coking coal exporters to Poland in 2017-2019, mln tons

Table 19. The volume of imports of coal in Poland in 2010-2018, million tons

Table 20. The volume of exports of Russian coal to Ukraine in 2010-2019, million tons

Table 21. The main Russian exporters of steam coal to Ukraine in 2017-2019, mln tons

Table 22. The main Russian exporters of coking coal to Ukraine in 2017-2019, mln tons

Table 23. The volume of coal imports of Ukraine in 2010-2018, million tons

Table 24. The volume of imports of UK coal in 2014-2018, million tons

Table 25. The volume of exports, imports and “visible” consumption of coal in Belarus in 2010-2019, thousand tons

Figure 1. Dynamics of UK coal imports in 2010-2018, million tons

Figure 2. Dynamics of German coal imports in 2010-2018, million tons

Figure 3. The structure of electricity production in Germany in 2010-2018,%

Figure 4. Dynamics of average annual prices of the Russian Federation and the USA for thermal coal for deliveries to Germany in 2010-2019, $ / t

Figure 5. Dynamics of average annual prices of the Russian Federation and the USA for coking coal for deliveries to Germany in 2010-2019, $ / t

Figure 6. Dynamics of average monthly prices of Russian Federation for steam coal for deliveries to Germany in 2018-2019, $ / t

Figure 7. Dynamics of the average monthly prices of the Russian Federation for coking coal for deliveries to Germany in 2018-2019, $ / t

Figure 8. Approximate structure of Russian coal transshipment to Germany in 2018,%

Figure 9. The estimated change in the balance of electricity production in Germany by 2030,%

Figure 10. Dynamics and structure of Turkey's coal imports in 2010-2018, million tons

Figure 11. The structure of Turkish imports of coking coal in January-April 2017-2019. thousand tons

Figure 12. Dynamics and structure of electricity production in Turkey in 2000-2018 (GWh)

Figure 13. Structure of Turkish electricity production in 2018,%

Figure 14. Dynamics of coal consumption in Turkey in 2013-2018, million tons

Figure 15. Dynamics of average annual export prices for thermal and coking coal for deliveries to Turkey, $ / t

Figure 16. Dynamics of steel and cast iron production in Turkey in 2010-2018, million tons

Figure 17. Dynamics of import of Polish coal in the regional context in 2010-2018, million tons

Figure 18. Dynamics of coal consumption in Poland in 2005-2018, million tons

Figure 19. Dynamics of electricity production in Poland in 2000-2018, TWh

Figure 20. Dynamics of production and import of coal in Poland in 2011-2018, million tons

Figure 21. Dynamics of average annual export prices for thermal and coking coal for deliveries to Poland in 2010-2019, $ / t

Figure 22. Dynamics of export of Russian coal by types to Ukraine in 2010-2019, million tons

Figure 23. Dynamics of coal imports of Ukraine in the regional context, million tons

Figure 24. Dynamics of coal production and consumption in Ukraine in 2000-2018, million tons

Figure 25. Dynamics of average annual export prices for thermal and coking coal for supplies to Ukraine, $ / t

Figure 26. Dynamics of electricity production in Ukraine by type in 2000-2018, TWh

Figure 27. Dynamics of imports of UK coal in 2010-2018, million tons

Figure 28. Dynamics of UK coal production in 2010-2018, million tons

Figure 29. Dynamics of UK coal consumption in 2010-2018, million tons

Figure 30. Dynamics of electricity production in the UK in 2010-2018, TW h

Figure 31. Structure of gross consumption of fuel and energy resources of Belarus in 2018,%

 

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