Coal Mining in Australia to 2020

 Published On: Sep, 2015 |    No of Pages: 62 |  Published By: Timetric | Format: PDF
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Synopsis
'Coal Mining in Australia to 2020' report comprehensively covers Australian reserves of coal, proximate analysis of various coal, reserves by state, the historic and forecast data on Australian coal production, production by grade, type and state, historic and forecast production of selected coal mines, coal prices, historic and forecast coal consumption and exports, consumption by type and exports by country and type. The report also includes factors influencing Australia’s coal demand, profiles of major coal producing companies and information on the active, exploration and development coal projects.

The fiscal regime section provides information about the country’s regulatory authority, laws, licenses and other fiscal regime information such as taxes, rates and other charges applicable to the mining of the commodity in the country. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Australian mining value chain and for new competitors considering entering the industry.


Summary
Australia has high-quality black and brown coal deposits measuring 76.4 billion tonnes (Bnt) at the end of 2014. The country was ranked fourth in the world, with 8.6% of global proven coal reserves, of which sub-bituminous and lignite grade reserves accounted for 51.4%, and anthracite and bituminous grades accounted for 48.6%.

- Queensland and New South Wales (NSW) have substantial black coal resources, accounting for 96% of Australia’s total black coal economic demonstrated resources (EDR) in 2013. Brown coal resources are mainly found in the Latrobe Valley in Victoria, with other deposits in Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania.

Scope
The report contains an overview of the Australian coal mining industry together with the key factors affecting the industry. Further, it provides information about reserves, reserves by state, historic production and production forecast, production by grade and type, production forecast by selected mines, historic and forecast coal consumption and exports, consumption and exports by type, coal prices, the competitive landscape and active, exploration and development coal projects.

Reasons To Buy
Gain an understanding of the Australian coal mining industry, its reserves, and reserves by states, historic and forecast production, production by grade and type, historic and forecast coal consumption and exports, coal prices, demand drivers, active, exploration and development projects, the competitive landscape and the country's fiscal regime.



Key Highlights
- An estimated 473.6 million tonnes (Mt) of coal was produced in 2014, up by 3.2% over 2013.

- The average benchmark price of thermal coal for the Japanese Fiscal Year 2015 (JFY, April 2015 to March 2016) was US$67.8 per tonne, down by 17% over JFY2014.

- Black coal resources are mainly found in the states of Queensland and New South Wales (NSW), which respectively accounted for 58% and 38% of the total economic demonstrated resources (EDR) of black coal in 2013.

- Brown coal deposits are found in Victoria, with other deposits in Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania. Around 19% of the world’s recoverable brown coal resources are located in Australia, which ranks second after Germany in terms of brown coal reserves. Almost all the country’s recoverable brown coal EDR is located in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria.
Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Coal Mining in Australia – Reserves, Production, Consumption and Trade
2.1 Reserves by Geographical Region, Grade and Type of Ore
2.2 Historic and Forecast Production
2.3 Coal Production by Grade
2.3.1 Coal production by grade – bituminous and anthracite
2.3.2 Coal production by grade – lignite
2.4 Coal Production by Type – Coking and Thermal
2.5 Production by State
2.5.1 Historic and forecast production of selected coal mines
2.6 Active Mines
2.7 Exploration and Development Projects
2.8 Domestic Coal Consumption vs Exports
2.8.1 Consumption by type – thermal
2.8.2 Consumption by type – steam coal
2.8.3 Consumption by type – lignite
2.8.4 Consumption by type – coking
2.8.5 Exports by country
2.8.6 Australian coal exporting ports
2.8.7 Exports by type
2.9 Factors Influencing Australia’s Coal Demand
2.9.1 Domestic electricity sector
2.9.2 Renewable Energy Target (RET) scheme
2.9.3 Upcoming renewable energy power stations
2.9.4 Demand in the export markets
3 Global Coal Producers
4 Coal Producers in Australia
4.1 Glencore Plc
4.2 BHP Billiton Ltd (BHP Billiton)
4.3 Rio Tinto Plc
4.4 Peabody Energy Corporation
4.5 Yancoal Australia Ltd
5 Fiscal Regime
5.1 The Australian Mining Industry – Governing Bodies
5.1.1 National Level
5.1.2 State/territory involvement
5.2 The Australian Mining Industry – Governing Laws
5.2.1 New South Wales (NSW)
5.2.2 Northern Territory
5.2.3 Queensland
5.2.4 Tasmania
5.2.5 Victoria
5.3 The Australian Mining Industry – Mining Rights and Obligations
5.3.1 Rights
5.3.2 Obligations
5.4 The Australian Mining Industry – Key Fiscal Terms
5.4.1 Royalty
5.4.2 Minerals Resource Rent Tax (MRRT)
5.4.3 End of carbon tax
5.4.4 Corporate income tax
5.4.5 Capital gains
5.4.6 Deductions
5.4.7 Withholding tax
5.4.8 Depreciation
5.4.9 Loss carry forward
5.4.10 Loss carry back offset
5.4.11 Goods and Services Tax
6 Appendix
6.1 Abbreviations
6.2 Bibliography
6.3 Secondary Research
6.4 Primary Research
6.5 Contact Timetric
6.6 About Timetric
6.7 Timetric’s Services
6.8 Disclaimer


List of Tables
Table 1: Global Coal Mining – Proximate Analysis of Various Coals
Table 2: Coal Mining in Australia – Coal production by grade (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 3: Coal Mining in Australia – Coal production by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 4: Coal Mining in Australia – Domestic Coal Production* by State# (Million Tonnes), 2014
Table 5: Coal Mining in Australia – Historic and Forecast Coal Mine Production by Selected Mines, (Million Tonnes), 2010–2020
Table 6: Coal Mining in Australia – Active Mines, 2015
Table 7: Coal Mining in Australia – Exploration Projects, 2015
Table 8: Coal Mining in Australia – Development Projects, 2015
Table 9: Coal Mining in Australia – Domestic Consumption vs Exports (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 10: Coal Mining in Australia – Domestic Consumption by Type, Lignite, Steam Coal and Coking Coal (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 11: Coal Mining in Australia – Exports by Country (Million Tonnes), 2014
Table 12: Coal Mining in Australia – Annual Large-Scale Renewable Energy Target* (GWh), 2001–2030
Table 13: Coal Mining in Australia – Illustrative Re-Phase of LRET Target under the Two Scenarios, 2017–2023
Table 14: Coal Mining in Australia – Large Scale Renewable Energy Projects Under Construction, 2014
Table 15: Coal Mining in Australia – All India Installed Capacity of Power Stations by Fuel Type (MegaWatt), as in August (2011–2015)
Table 16: Coal Mining in Australia – Coal Production, Reserves and Annual Revenue of Largest Coal Producers, 2014
Table 17: Coal Mining in Australia – Comparison of Major Producers, 2014
Table 18: Coal Mining in Australia – Glencore Plc, Major Projects, 2015
Table 19: Coal Mining in Australia – BHP Billiton Ltd, Major Projects, 2015
Table 20: Coal Mining in Australia – Rio Tinto Plc, Major Projects, 2015
Table 21: Coal Mining in Australia – Peabody Energy Corporation, Major Projects, 2015
Table 22: Coal Mining in Australia – Yancoal Australia Ltd, Major Projects, 2015
Table 23: The Mining Industry in Australia – Queensland Royalty Rates (% and AUD), 2014
Table 24: The Mining Industry in Australia – South Australia Royalty Rates (%), 2014
Table 25: The Mining Industry in Australia – South Australia Annual Rents (AUD), 2014
Table 26: The Mining Industry in Australia – South Australia Mining Fees (AUD), 2014
Table 27: The Mining Industry in Australia – Withholding Tax Rates (%), 2014
Table 28: The Mining Industry in Australia – Depreciation Rates (%), 2014



List of Figures
Figure 1: Coal Mining in Australia – Proven Reserves by Country (%), 2014
Figure 2: Coal Mining in Australia – Location of Black and Brown Coal Deposits and Mines by Basin, 2015
Figure 3: Coal Mining in Australia – Location of Black Coal Resources in Queensland, 2015
Figure 4: Coal Mining in Australia – Location of Black Coal Resources in New South Wales, 2015
Figure 5: Coal Mining in Australia – Location of Brown Coal Resources in Victoria, 2015
Figure 6: Coal Mining in Australia – Coal Production by Grade (Million Tonnes) vs Thermal* and Metallurgical Coal Prices (US$/tonne), 2000–2020
Figure 7: Coal Mining in Australia – Coal Production by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Figure 8: Coal Mining in Australia – Location of Major Coal Projects in Australia
Figure 9: Coal Mining in Australia – Location of Coal Mines in Queensland
Figure 10: Coal Mining in Australia – Location of Coal Mines in New South Wales
Figure 11: Coal Mining in Australia – Historic and Forecast Coal Mine Production by Selected Mines, (Million Tonnes), 2010–2020
Figure 12: Coal Mining in Australia – Domestic Consumption vs Exports (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Figure 13: Coal Mining in Australia – Consumption by End-Use Sector (%), 2014
Figure 14: Coal Mining in Australia – Domestic Consumption by Type, Lignite, Steam Coal and Coking Coal (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Figure 15: Coal Mining in Australia – Exports by Country (%), 2014
Figure 16: Coal Mining in Australia – Coal Exports by Type (%), 2014
Figure 17: Coal Mining in Australia – Domestic Electricity Capacity and Generation by Fuel Type (%), 2014
Figure 18: Coal Mining in Australia – NEM Electricity Capacity by State and Fuel Type (MW), 2014
Figure 19: Coal Mining in Australia – Location of Power Plants in the National Electricity Market
Figure 20: Coal Mining in Australia – Annual Large-Scale Renewable Energy Target* (GWh), 2001–2030
Figure 21: Coal Mining in Australia – Illustrative Re-Phase of LRET Target under the Two Scenarios, 2017–2023
Figure 22: Coal Mining in Australia – Investment in Australia’s Large-Scale Renewable Energy (LRET), 2011–2015
Figure 23: Coal Mining in Australia – Japanese Total Thermal Coal Imports vs Australia Total Thermal Coal Exports (Million Tonnes), 2004–2020
Figure 24: Coal Mining in Australia – Chinese Total Thermal Coal Imports vs Imports from Australia (Million Tonnes), Q1 2012 – Q1 2015
Figure 25: Coal Mining in Australia – Chinese Installed Electricity Capacity (GW), 2015
Figure 26: Coal Mining in Australia – India Thermal Coal Imports vs Australia Thermal coal Exports (Million Tonnes), 2010 – 2020
Figure 27: Coal Mining in Australia –All India Installed Capacity of Power Stations by Fuel Type (MegaWatt), as in August (2011–2015)
Figure 28: Coal Mining in Australia – Coal Production by Major Companies, (Million Tonnes), 2014
Figure 29: Coal Mining in Australia – Australian Coal Production by Leading Coal Producers (%), 2014
Figure 30: Coal Mining in Australia – Australian Coal Reserves vs Global Coal Reserves by Leading Producers (Million Tonnes), 2014

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