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Colombian Coal Receipts at 30-Year High

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Colombia’s coal receipts at 30-year high in April:

  • Colombia's coal export receipts totaled $1.3 billion, or $174.63/mt, in April, versus $619.9 million, or $156.16/mt in March based on DANE data.
  • Export volumes were at a two year high in April but coal values have soared as demand surges in regions like Europe looking for an alternatives to gas for power generation.

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Colombia’s coal receipts at 30-year high in April:

  • Colombia's coal export receipts totaled $1.3 billion, or $174.63/mt, in April, versus $619.9 million, or $156.16/mt in March based on DANE data.
  • Export volumes were at a two year high in April but coal values have soared as demand surges in regions like Europe looking for an alternatives to gas for power generation.

Keep reading...Show less