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2015 International Markets Outlook
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When: 1/21/2015
11:00 AM
Where: Webcast
Contact: American Coal Council

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 Coal Q&A Webcast


 2015 International Markets Outlook


Hayden Atkins, Coal Consultant, Argus Media
Wednesday, January 21, 2015 ~ 11 am – Noon Eastern

Seaborne thermal and metallurgical coal markets are the focus of this webinar, and Argus has analyzed the latest fundamentals data on exports, imports, production, and consumption in key markets.

Join us as Hayden Atkins shares the Argus outlook on 2015 international markets, including observations on: 
Arresting the price decline
     After finishing 2014 on a low, prices should improve through 2015.
Will China support or suppress prices? 
     Taking stock of shifting fundamentals and policy actions. 
Cross-currents on supply
     Supply growth is set to slow/contract notwithstanding large FX and oil price moves.
Some reprieve for US producers
     While higher prices will be welcomed by those who have remained competitive, higher prices are partly a function of a loss of U.S. market share which may not be recovered.

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Argus is an independent media organization founded in 1970 and headquartered in London. It is a leading provider of data on prices and fundamentals, news, analysis, consultancy services and conferences for the global crude, oil products, natural gas, electricity, coal, emissions, bioenergy, fertilizer, petrochemicals, metals, and transportation industries. Data provided by Argus are widely used for indexation of physical trade. Companies, governments, and international agencies use Argus information for analysis and planning purposes.
Argus has 19 offices globally, including London, Houston, Washington, New York, Calgary, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, Dubai, Beijing, Tokyo, Sydney, Moscow, Astana and other key centres of the commodity industries.

The American Coal Council’s Coal Q&A Program provides a forum to address critical issues affecting the U.S. coal industry ~ including coal producers, consumers and transporters.  Each program begins with a topic briefing by a leading industry analyst or representative, followed by a Q&A session.



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