Australia’s Northern Territory retains stake in China-run port
Australia’s Northern Territory government said on Tuesday it will retain a 20 percent stake in the strategic...
Japan-bound coal exports from Australia’s PWCS terminal slump to 26-month low in June
Coal exports from the Port Waratah Coal Services terminal at Australia’s Newcastle port were lagging in June...
China shuns Indian iron ore in favour of Australia’s
Chinese steel mills are turning their backs on India and embracing Australia as a source of higher-grade ore for...
Coal vessel queue at Australia’s PWCS terminals hits five-week high: HVCCC
The number of vessels queuing at the Port Waratah Coal Services terminals at the Port of Newcastle, Australia, rose to a five-week high of 16 ships Sunday, from 13 the week prior, the logistics coordinator for the Hunter Valley coal chain said Monday.
Australia’s thermal coal exports to rise 0.7%/year through fiscal 2021-2022
Australia’s thermal coal exports are forecast to grow 0.7%/year through to fiscal 2021-2022 (July-June)on demand from India and the ASEAN towards the end of the period, according to the government’s Resources and Energy Quarterly released late Friday.
Australia’s thermal coal miners look to plug coking supply gap
Australia’s thermal coal producers will look to plug the supply gap in the coking coal market after Cyclone Debbie disrupted supplies from Queensland by modifying their thermal supplies to meet steelmakers needs.
ITF Slams Australia’s Coastal Shipping Reform Plan
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) Cabotage Taskforce, today blasted Australia’s Productivity Commission as entirely missing the point of having a national shipping fleet.