Exciting Changes to IHS Markit’s North American Coal Market Service
At IHS Markit, we have enhanced our coal coverage in the US and Canada, through integrating coal market experts Doyle Trading Consultants into the service, renaming it North American Coal Market Service.
This combines deep coverage of the North American market through our respected investigative journalism, with comprehensive industry analysis from an experienced team. Clients can rely on our timely coverage of the industry including earnings and key financial and operational data, available alongside rich industry insights, leading market commentary and price reporting, in-depth trends research, competitive fuels coverage and policy analysis.
All of this is supported by an expanded data coverage, from mining production, to key prices, to historic earnings data, available through IHS Markit's flagship information delivery platform Connect™.
What is Connect?
For those that aren't existing IHS Markit clients, Connect is IHS Markit's powerful business and market intelligence platform which provides efficient access to an unmatched concentration of industry analysis, in-depth market research, data and economic forecasts from over 2,000 world renowned experts.
How has the North American Coal Coverage improved?
|Comprehensive North America market intelligence - all in one place|
The enhanced service combines IHS Markit's news coverage and price assessment, with DTC's deep market analysis to deliver an all-encompassing intelligence service, supporting industry participants across North America coal markets. With all our expert verified information in one place, this helps clients make decisions with greater confidence, efficiency and accuracy, benefitting from single sign-on to one platform.
Integrated coverage, supported by a greater team of experts
By uniting and aligning our coal markets expertise, we can provide connected reporting solutions, and more comprehensive content to support clients in contextualizing market developments, and advise confidently on potential impacts. Improvements to the Daily Wrap coverage will now include 2-3 more daily unique market-based news articles, global metallurgical coal indexes, weekly coal price indexes and market roundups.
New historical datasets on fuel competition, power generation and coal unit retirements, coal production and exports, company earnings results and comprehensive OTC and physical prices, all assisting deeper analysis of competing sectors and market movements. Plus, DTC clients will benefit from a catalogue of company earnings results, with ability to perform historical analysis.
US Coal Market Briefing and supporting research
New regional supply and demand and price forecast utilizing IHS Markit's power modelling, and access to curated IHS Markit power and gas research.
|Forward-looking monthly updates|
Enhanced, forward-looking North American trend analysis, shifting away from re-produced articles to focus on market insights, analysis and forecasting.
|More intuitive online and mobile experience|
DTC clients will benefit from Connect's accessibility across devices, including a mobile app for iOS and Android, enhancing the experience for clients absorbing critical information easily on the go. The platform has a more intuitive design than the DTC site, aiding clients in finding the right information quickly and easily.
Reports will now be saved to a searchable archive, allowing for efficient access to market topics using a keyword search.
We will be communicating training sessions for the new service that clients can attend. Additionally, there will be training guides available in PDF format.
If you have any questions regarding these changes, please contact your Account Manager or our Customer Care team. If you are not an existing client and are interested in seeing the service for yourself, request a free trial here.
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