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0% from 2002. 25). 75 for previous years. 42/t due to increased import costs from Australia, Canada, Poland, the United States and South Africa. 58 .. 1% .. 73 for previous years. 73, are “free on board” (FOB) for Australia and Canada; and “free at shipside” (FAS) for the United States. Thus, the value in Australia and Canada includes the cost of loading at the port of exit, while it is excluded in the data for the United States. 06/t in 2001. 58/t. Coking coal export unit values increased for Australia and the United States in 2004.
China, South Africa and Colombia shipped some metallurgical grade coal to this market in 2004. 67). The United States, Germany, Japan, France and Italy were the five major OECD coke importers in 2004 accounting for 69% of coke imports. 5% of OECD coke imports in 2004. 68). 5% of coke exports. Coke oven coke statistics for non-OECD countries are available for 2003. 9 Mt. Coke imports by non-OECD countries have trended upward since 1998 as the steel industries in these countries have expanded. 2 Mt).
This reflects coking coal supply restraint in the face of strong global steel demand. Coking coal CIF prices increased significantly in 2004, as they also included the added impact of rises in shipping rates. Recent trends in the market suggest lower average price level in 2005, which would however remain above its 2002-2003 level. End-User Prices Data on coal prices paid by end-users in the power sector and in industry are reported to the OECD by Member countries in a quarterly reporting system which the IEA’s Standing Group on Long Term Co-operation initiated in 1981.
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