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Indonesian Coal Price Data and Indexes

IHS Markit tracks five key Indonesian coal markers on a weekly basis, including the Indonesian Sub-Bituminous Index, which we launched in 2010. Coal executives rely on our markers as a benchmark reference for contracts, trades, purchases and strategic planning.

You can find the following Indonesian coal prices through our Coal Price Data and Indexes service:

IHS Indonesian (5,500 kc NAR) FOB Marker
Assesses coals exported out of East and South Kalimantan c.v. adjusted to 5,500 kc NAR and with load rates of 20,000 t/day.

IHS McCloskey Indonesian Sub-Bituminous FOB Marker
Assesses sub-bituminous coals with a minimum c.v of 4,600 kc NAR exported out of East and South Kalimantan. It is c.v. adjusted to 4,900 kc NAR and with load rates of 20,000 t/day. The loading points are constrained to those that have a minimum loading rate of 15,000 t/day and can load Panamax vessels or larger. However, the minimum cargo size is 50,000 t.

IHS Indonesian (4,200 kc gAr) FOB Marker
Assesses the export price of sub-bituminous coals shipped out of East and South Kalimantan in geared vessels and c.v. adjusted to 4,200 kc GAR.

IHS Indonesian (3,800 kc gAr) FOB Marker
Assesses the export price of sub-bituminous coals shipped out of East and South Kalimantan in geared vessels and c.v. adjusted to 3,800 kc GAR.

IHS Indonesian (6,000 kc nAr) FOB Marker
Assesses coals exported out of East and South Kalimantan in gearless vessels, c.v. adjusted to 6,000 kc NAR and with load rates of 20,000 t/day.

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He is conversant on worldwide market trends, with a focus on the North American coal markets. Mr. Thompson provides expertise both in thermal coal for electricity production and metallurgical coal for use in the steelmaking process. He is widely quoted by leading financial newspapers and speaks at multiple, industry-related conferences. He has more than two decades of experience in providing analysis and insight on coal markets for coal producers and consumers, as well as for financial analysts and investors.​ Mr. Thompson co-founded Energy Publishing, which was acquired by IHS Markit in 2013, and is now part of IHS Markit. He graduated from Dallas Baptist University.​​

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