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Coal Q&A: 2014 Market Trends and Outlook
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What’s in store for 2014?? Join us as we welcome Steve Piper for a look at the marketplace, exploring trends in demand and supply for U.S. coals both here at home as well as internationally.

1/21/2014
When: 1/21/2014
2:00 PM
Where: United States 20004
Contact: American Coal Council
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Coal Q&A Webcast

2014 Market Trends and Outlook

Steve L. Piper, Associate Director, Energy Fundamentals

SNL Energy

Tuesday, January 21, 2013 ~ 2-3 pm Eastern

 

What’s in store for 2014?? Join us as we welcome Steve Piper for a look at the marketplace, exploring trends in demand and supply for U.S. coals both here at home as well as internationally.

  • Domestic steam coal demand 
    • MATS retirement picture starting to clear up
    • Coal/gas switching 
    • Implications of recent bituminous moves to pricing parity
  • Met coal demand – domestic demand and export levels
  • Production trends from key basins
  • Recent export history and what lies ahead


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