III International Conference Mediterranean Coal Markets, 16-17th of September 2013, Istanbul, Turkey, Ceylan Intercontinental Hotel
Akenerji, Arkan Cement, Aurum A.S., Bulk Trading Suamerica, CAPEX Industries, CEMBUREAU/Cimeurope, Deloitte Danismanlik, DTEK Trading, European Commission, Euracoal, Fuelmed, Gama Enerji, Godefroid Europe, İÇDAŞ Elektrik Üretim ve Yatırım, Interkarbon, International Energy Agency (IEA), İskenderun Enerji, Lafarge, Marvel International, Mercuria Energy Trading, Perret Associates, Super Enerji, TCMA, TELF, Trafigura, Trenaco.
MED Coal Markets 2013: facts, events and summary
5 plenary sessions, 26 presentations, round-table discussion, individual negotiations in conference offices. Coal in the Mediterranean countries – trade dynamics in the region
Key suppliers to the MED countries: Colombia, SAR, USA and Russia
Coal-fired power generation in the MED
Coal and pet coke consumption by cement Industry
Role of Turkey in coal markets in the Mediterranean basin
Supply and consumption volumes of lignite and sized coal in the MED countries
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Topics of round-table discussion:Will coal supplies from the USA grow against the background of shale gas low prices on the domestic market or they will be redirected to Asian market? How Chinese coal imports would affect Mediterranean Coal Market?
Will Colombia become biggest coal supplier into the MED region, taking into account almost double increase of outputs by 2015?
Suppliers from SAR - existing plans to retain their share in the MED coal markets considering coal exports to India.
Coal consumption volumes in MED power sector: plans of generating capacities expansion for 2014-2015, overview of gas vs. coal vs. renewables competitiveness
Prospects of increase of coal and pet coke demand by cement industry due to growth of cement consumption in the Middle East
Scenario for coal trade developments in the Mediterranean region in 2014 short-term forecast taking into the consideration possible closure of Suez Canal.
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Ms. Darya Botchenko
+38 056 794 33 94 (ext.205)
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