COKING COAL DAILY: Supply concerns emerge in seaborne market after disruption in Queensland

Seaborne coking coal prices were up on Friday January 18, with supply concerns emerging during the day on news of disruption to operations at Abbot Point port in Queensland, Australia, market sources said.

Safety-related incidents had led to suspension of operations at two berths at the Abbot Point coal terminal, sources said. The port operator, however, could not be reached for comment at the time of writing. The Abbot Point coal terminal shipped 2.46 million tonnes of coal last month and overall coal exports from the state of Queensland, Australia, stood at 18.48 million tonnes...

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Sophie Zhao

January 18, 2019

11:12 GMT

Shanghai