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By international energy agency

ISBN-10: 9264027726

ISBN-13: 9789264027725

Coal details brings jointly in a single quantity crucial records on coal. It accordingly offers a robust beginning for coverage and marketplace research. half I of the e-book offers a overview of the realm coal marketplace in 2006, whereas half II presents a statistical evaluate of advancements, which covers global coal creation and coal reserves, coal call for by way of kind (hard, steam, coking), challenging coal exchange and difficult coal costs. half III presents, in tabular and picture shape, a extra certain and finished statistical photograph of old and present coal advancements within the 30 OECD member nations, by way of quarter and separately. half IV offers for chosen non-OECD international locations precis records on difficult coal provide and end-use statistics for roughly forty nations and areas world wide. entire coal balances and coal exchange facts for chosen years are offered on sixteen significant non-OECD coal generating and eating international locations. desk of content material : advent rules and Definitions -1. normal Notes -2. assets -3. devices and Conversions -4. Notes on power assets and Flows -5. fee facts -6. Quarterly strength data -7. Geographical insurance -8. kingdom Notes -9. Conversion elements and Calorific Values half I. global Coal marketplace assessment -1. review -2. creation -3. intake -4. exchange -5. costs -6. CO2 Emissions -7. Coal-to-Liquids: another Oil offer? half II. global Coal review -1. creation --1.1. international difficult Coal creation --1.2. international Coking Coal construction --1.3. international Steam Coal creation --1.4. global Brown Coal construction --1.5. OECD creation of Coke Oven Coke -2. intake --2.1. international tough Coal intake --2.2. global Coking Coal intake --2.3. global Steam Coal intake --2.4. international Brown Coal intake --2.5. OECD intake of Coke Oven Coke -3. alternate --3.1. international and Seaborne Coal exchange --3.2. international overall demanding Coal exchange --3.3. international Steam Coal alternate --3.4. international Coking Coal alternate --3.5. Wrold challenging Coal Imports - local Aggregates --3.6. Wrodl Brown Coal Imports - nearby Aggregates --3.7. international challenging Coal Import - chosen nations --3.8. global Brown Coal Imports - chosen nations --3.9. global Coking Coal Imports - local Aggregates --3.10. international Steam Coal Imports - neighborhood Aggregates --3.11. global Coking Coal Imports - chosen international locations --3.12. global Steam Coal Imoprts - chosen nations --3.13. OECD Coke Oven Cok Imports - --3.14. international difficult Coal Exports - local Aggregates --3.15. global Brown Coal Exports - nearby Aggregates --3.16. international difficult Coal Export - chosen international locations --3.17. international Brown Coal Exports - chosen international locations --3.18. international Coking Coal Exports - nearby Aggregates --3.19. global Steam Coal Exports - nearby Aggregates --3.20. Wrold Coking Coal Exports - chosen international locations --3.21. global Steam Coal Exports - chosen international locations --3.22. OECD Coke Oven Coke Exports -4. costs --4.1. Japan Coking Coal Import bills --4.2. european Coking Coal Import charges from chosen international locations --4.3. Japan Steam Coal Import charges --4.4. ecu Steam Coal Import charges from chosen international locations --4.5. Steam Coal Export expenditures --4.6. Coking Coal Export bills --4.7. Coking Coal costs for --4.8. Steam Coal costs for --4.9. Steam Coal costs for electrical energy new release -5. Coal for different makes use of --5.1. OECD Coal-Fired and overall electrical energy new release means --5.2. OECD Coal Use for electrical energy creation and warmth bought --5.3. OECD Coal Use in Coke Ovens --5.4. international intake of Pulverised Coal Injection (PCI) Coals -6. Charts --6.1. international Steam and Coking Coal construction --6.2.World Steam and Coking Coal alternate --6.3. Coking Coal cost CIF Japan and CIF ecu Member St

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Prior to this, non-energy uses are included with consumption in the respective final consumption sectors. Due to reclassification of several sectors by the German Administration, breaks in series may occur between 1990 and 1992; this particularly affects BKB, lignite and coke oven coke. BKB inputs to gas works plants stopped in 1997. Breaks in series may occur between 1998 and 1999 for coke oven gas and blast furnace gas. Up to 2003, other bituminous coal includes anthracite. Sub-bituminous coal is included in brown coal.

As a result, some breaks in series may occur between 1991 and 1992. 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. However, in IEA statistics, this own use for heat production (autoproduced heat) is reported under the relevant industry sector, based on estimates provided by the Central Bureau of Statistics. For 1984 to 1986, production from other sources of other bituminous coal represents a stock of "smalls" washed for re-use.

Due to the impact these successive revisions have had on the final energy balance as well as on CO2 emissions, the IEA is in close contact with the Japanese Administration to better understand the reasons behind these changes. These changes are mainly due to the Government of Japan's efforts to improve the input-output balances in the production of oil products and coal products in response to inquiries from the UNFCCC Secretariat. To cope with this issue, the Japanese Administration established a working group in March 2004.

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