Another coal rail system reopens in Queensland; supply concerns persist

Chinese end users are reluctant to accept higher offer prices for seaborne coking coal cargoes, while for buyers in other parts of Asia concerns about longevity of supply tightness are paramount, market participants said on Thursday April 13.

The timeframe in which the coal rail system in Queensland, Australia, will return to normal operations following the outage due to cyclone Debbie will be crucial to determine the tonnages...


Deepali Sharma

April 13, 2017

11:23 GMT