By International Energy Agency
Coal info is the overseas strength Agency's entire annual overview of ancient and present marketplace tendencies int he international coal area. It brings jointly crucial facts on coal and accordingly presents a robust origin for coverage and industry research. half I of the booklet offers a evaluation of the realm coal industry in 2007, whereas half II offers a statistical evaluate of advancements, which covers global coal construction and coal reserves, coal call for by way of sort (hard, steam, coking), challenging coal exchange and difficult coal costs. half III presents, in tabular and photo shape, a extra targeted and accomplished statistical photograph of ancient and present coal advancements within the 30 OECD member international locations, through sector and separately. half IV presents for chosen non-OECD nations precis statistics on tough coal offer and end-use records for roughly forty international locations and areas around the world. whole coal balances and coal exchange info for chosen years are provided on sixteen significant non-OECD coal generating and eating nations. Partial desk of contents creation -1. common Notes -2. assets -3. devices and Conversions -4. Notes on strength assets and Flows -5. expense facts -6. Quarterly power discount rates -7. Geographical assurance -8. kingdom Notes -9. Conversion elements and Calorific Values half I. global COAL marketplace evaluation -1. evaluate -2. creation -3. intake -4. alternate -5. costs -6. CO2 Emissions -7. CO2 trap and garage - overseas and destiny customers half II. global COAL evaluation -1. construction --Table 1.1. global not easy Coal creation --Table 1.2. international Coking Coal construction --Table 1.3. global Steam Coal construction --Table 1.4. international Brown Coal construction --Table 1.5. OECD construction of Coke Oven Coal -2. intake --Table 2.1. global demanding Coal intake --Table 2.2. international Coking Coal intake --Table 2.3. international Steam Coal intake --Table 2.4. international Brown Coal intake --Table 1.5 OECD intake of Coke Oven Coal -3. alternate --Table 3.1. global and Seaborne Coal exchange --Table 3.2. global overall tough Coal alternate --Table 3.3. global Stem Coal alternate --Table 3.4.. global Coking Coal alternate --Table 3.5. global demanding Coal Imports - local Aggregates --Table 3.6. global Brown Coal Imports - local Aggregates --Table 3.7. international not easy Coal Imports - chosen nations --Table 3.8. global Brown Coal Imports - chosen international locations --Table 3.9. global Coking Coal Imports - local Aggregates --Table 3.10. international Steam Coal Imports - neighborhood Aggregates --Table 3.11. global Coking Coal Imports - chosen nations --Table 3.12. global Steam Coal Imports - chosen international locations --Table 3.13. OECD Coke Oven Coke Imports --Table 3.14. global not easy Coal Exports - local Aggregates --Table 3.15. international Brown Coal Exports - local Aggregates --Table 3.16. global difficult Coal Exports - chosen international locations --Table 3.17. global Brown Coal Exports - chosen nations --Table 3.18. global Coking Coal Exports - nearby Aggregates --Table 3.19. global Steam Coal Exports - local Aggregates --Table 3.20. global Coking Coal Exports - chosen international locations --Table 3.21. international Steam Coal Exports - chosen international locations --Table 3.22. OECD Coke Oven Coke Exports -4. costs --Table 4.1. Japan Coking Coal Import expenses --Table 4.2. european Coking Coal Import bills from chosen nations --Table 4.3. Japan Steam Coal Import expenses --Table 4.4. european Steam Coal Import expenses from chosen nations --Table 4.5. Steam Coal Exports bills --Table 4.6. Coking Coal Export expenditures --Table 4.7. Coking Coal costs for undefined --Table 4.8. Steam Coal costs for undefined --Table 4.9. Steam coal costs for electrical energy iteration five. Coal for different makes use of --Table 5.1. OECD Coal-Fired and overall electrical energy producing ability --Table 5.2. OECD Coal Use for electrical energy construction and warmth offered --Table 5.3
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INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Mexico Data are available starting in 1971 and are partly estimated based on the publication Balance Nacional Energía. The Mexican Administration submitted data directly by questionnaire for the first time with 1992 data. As a result, some breaks in series may occur between 1991 and 1992. Data for coke oven gas and blast furnace gas are reported for the first time in 1999. Sub-bituminous coal is included in steam coal. Netherlands In the national statistical system of the Netherlands, use of fuel in manufacturing industries for CHP production is considered to be consumption in the transformation sector.
2 billion tons. Qualities and thermal values vary considerably between different deposits. Nevertheless, brown coal (lignite) is an important source of energy supply. 2 Mt. Increased supplies in Germany, Australia, Turkey, and Bulgaria strongly offset decreased supplies in Russia, the United States, Poland, Serbia and Montenegro. Following its 1989 peak, brown coal production declined steadily until 1999, largely as a result of contractions of demand and supply in central and Eastern Europe. Production more or less stabilised since mainly as a result of an increased use for electricity generation in countries such as Germany, Greece, Serbia and Montenegro, Romania, India and Canada.
It is used for agricultural purposes only. In final consumption, non-ferrous metals is included with iron and steel; wood and wood products is included with pulp, paper and print; mining and quarrying is included in agriculture and construction is included with commercial/public services. Sub-bituminous coal inputs into blast furnaces refers to coal that is merged COAL INFORMATION (2008 Edition) - xxxi with iron sand to form the inputs for the multi-hearthfurnace (Glenbrook Steel Site). Sub-bituminous coal is included in steam coal.