COKING COAL DAILY: Supply concerns subside amid improved weather

Fears over a possible disruption of supply among seaborne coking coal market participants largely subsided on Friday February 8 amid improving weather conditions in North Queensland, Australia, keeping prices unchanged.

Sources said berthing operations at the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) in the Australian state were set for resumption during the day following interruptions attributed to adverse weather a day earlier. Queensland’s bureau of meteorology said earlier on Friday that rain had eased significantly in Northwest...


Sophie Zhao

February 08, 2019

10:30 GMT