Weather concerns for seaborne coking coal market wane but supply worries linger

Berthing operations at the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) in Queensland, Australia are being resumed on Friday February 8, following interruptions attributed to adverse weather conditions a day earlier, according to sources close to the terminal.

The state’s bureau of meteorology said earlier on Friday that rain had eased significantly in Northwest Queensland, and that no significant rainfall had been forecast for the week. The adverse weather had not affected the unloading of trains at the DBCT, Fastmarkets MB has learned. In contrast, the Abbot Point Coal Terminal saw unloading operations being affected by bad...

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Deepali Sharma

Sophie Zhao

February 08, 2019

06:03 GMT

Singapore