Global price reporting agency Argus invites you to take part in the Argus Coal 2024 conference on 25-26 April 2024 in Istanbul.
The conference will look at the new reality in the global coal market created by a major shift in export trade flows, a changing geopolitical environment, and a restructured demand balance.
Participants will examine major factors affecting price trends amid global market stabilization and look at the new risks and threats affecting the future development of global coal trade.
The conference agenda will focus on major shifts in coal supply in the Atlantic and Asia-Pacific regions and provide fresh forecasts for coal demand in the largest importing countries.
Speakers will pay special attention to the issues of seaborne coal transport, inflationary pressures and new aspects of reviving competition between coal suppliers.
The event will be attended by leading coal producers and consumers from Europe, Asia and the CIS, as well as international trading firms that supply coal to the Mediterranean and Asia-Pacific regions. Metal producers and energy companies, transport operators and stevedoring firms, brokers and forwarders have shown significant interest in this high-level event.
Book your place by 16 February to save $250 with the early bird rate!
Topics for discussion will include:
- Transformation of the global coal market
- Global market pricing, volatility reduction and shifts in the correlations between global benchmarks
- Implementation of the green agenda in Europe against a backdrop of global economic changes
- India and China as growth drivers for global coal trade in the medium term. Impact of plans to develop domestic mining in India on coal imports
- General overview of Turkish imports
- Russian coal market: Further growth owing to restructuring of export flows
- Coal exports to southeast Asia. New centre of metallurgical coal demand
- Global demand for coking coal – the structure of supply and demand in Europe and Asia
- Supply and demand balance of vessels, changes in routes and export geography, freight rates for coal transport
- Railway infrastructure bottlenecks in coal mining regions. New infrastructure projects
- Petcoke market outlook