Coal Information

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Coal Information brings together in one annual volume essential statistics on coal. It therefore provides a strong foundation for policy and market analysis. Part I of the publication provides a review of the world coal market, while Part II provides a statistical overview of developments, which covers world coal production and coal reserves, coal demand by type (hard, steam, coking), hard coal trade and hard coal prices. Part III provides, in tabular and graphic form, a more detailed and comprehensive statistical picture of historical and current coal developments in the 30 OECD member countries, by region and individually.  Part IV provides for selected non-OECD countries summary statistics on hard coal supply and end-use statistics for about 40 countries and regions worldwide. Complete coal balances and coal trade data for selected years are presented on 16 major non-OECD coal producing and consuming countries.

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13 août 2013
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This well-established publication provides detailed information on past and current evolution of the world coal market. It presents country-specific statistics for OECD member countries and selected non-OECD countries on coal production, demand, trade and prices. This publication represents a key reference tool for all those involved in the coal supply or consumption stream, as well as institutions and governments involved in market and policy analysis of the world coal market.

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Table des matières

1. Introduction
2. Definitions
Energy sources
-Flows: energy balance
-Coal resources and reserves
-Units and conversions
3. Sources and notes
-General notes
-Price data
-Quarterly energy statistics
-Data sources
4. Country notes
5. Geographical coverage
6. Abbreviations, conversion factors and calorific values
1. World coal market review

-Coal resources and reserves
2. CO2 emissions
3. Flexibility of coal-fuelled power plants for dynamic operation and grid stability

1. Production
Table 1.1: World coal production (kt)
-Table 1.2: World coal production (ktce)
-Table 1.3: World coking coal production (kt)
-Table 1.4: World steam coal production (kt)
-Table 1.5: World lignite production (kt)
-Table 1.6: OECD production of coke oven coke (kt)
2. Consumption
Table 2.1: World coal consumption (kt)
-Table 2.2: World coal consumption (ktce)
-Table 2.3: World coking coal consumption (kt)
-Table 2.4: World steam coal consumption (kt)
-Table 2.5: World lignite consumption (kt)
-Table 2.6: OECD consumption of coke oven coke (kt)
-Table 2.7: Key energy and CO2 emissions data for OECD countries (2011)
3. Trade
Table 3.1: World and seaborne coal trade
-Table 3.2: World total coal trade
-Table 3.3: World steam coal trade
-Table 3.4: World coking coal trade
-Table 3.5: World coal imports - regional aggregates
-Table 3.6: World sub-bituminous coal and lignite imports - regional aggregates
-Table 3.7: World coal imports - selected countries
-Table 3.8: World sub-bituminous coal and lignite imports - selected countries
-Table 3.9: World coking coal imports - regional aggregates
-Table 3.10: World steam coal imports - regional aggregates
-Table 3.11: World coking coal imports - selected countries
-Table 3.12: World steam coal imports - selected countries
-Table 3.13: OECD coke oven coke imports
-Table 3.14: World coal exports - regional aggregates
-Table 3.15: World sub-bituminous coal and lignite exports - regional aggregates
-Table 3.16: World coal exports - selected countries
-Table 3.17: World sub-bituminous coal and lignite exports - selected countries
-Table 3.18: World coking coal exports - regional aggregates
-Table 3.19: World steam coal exports - regional aggregates
-Table 3.20: World coking coal exports - selected countries
-Table 3.21: World steam coal exports - selected countries
-Table 3.22: OECD coke oven coke exports
4. Prices
Table 4.1: Japan coking coal import costs
-Table 4.2: EU coking coal import costs from selected countries
-Table 4.3: Japan steam coal import costs
-Table 4.4: EU steam coal import costs from selected countries
-Table 4.5: Steam coal export costs
-Table 4.6: Coking coal export costs
-Table 4.7: Coking coal prices for industry
-Table 4.8: Steam coal prices for industry
-Table 4.9: Steam coal prices for electricity generation
5. Coal for other uses
Table 5.1: OECD coal-fired and total electricity generating capacity
-Table 5.2: OECD coal use for electricity production and heat sold
-Table 5.3: OECD coal use in coke ovens
-Table 5.4: World consumption of pulverised coal injection (PCI) coals
-Table 5.5: Coal-fired heat and electricity generation and saturation
-Table 5.6: World final consumption of energy by fuel
-Table 5.7: World use of coal for selected end uses
6. Figures
Figure 1: World coal production
-Figure 2: World steam and coking coal trade
-Figure 3: Coking coal price CIF Japan and CIF EU member states (US$/t)
-Figure 4: Steam coal price CIF Japan and CIF EU member states (US$/t)
-Figure 5: Steam coal price US FOB vs. US domestic (US$/t)
-Figure 6: Steam coal price CIF EU member states (US$/t) and US exports (Mt)
-Figure 7: OECD total primary energy supply
-Figure 8: OECD coal consumption and indicators
-Figure 9: Japan steam coal supply, imports, GDP annual growth rates
-Figure 11: Coal production by region
-Figure 12: Coal consumption by region
-Figure 13: Coal imports by region
-Figure 14: Coal exports by region
Directory of part IV figures and tables
-OECD Total
-OECD Americas
-OECD Asia Oceania
-OECD Europe
-IEA Total
-IEA Americas
-IEA Asia Oceania
-IEA Europe
-Czech Republic
-New Zealand
-Slovak Republic
-United Kingdom
-United States
General notes
World coal supply and end-use statistics: 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2007 to 2011, and 2012e
National coal balances and trade statistics:
-China, People’s Republic of
-Chinese Taipei
-Hong Kong, China
-Korea, People’s Democratic Republic
-Russian Federation
-South Africa
-Asia excluding China
-European Union - 27
-Non-OECD Americas
-Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia
-Non-OECD Total

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