Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Coal Price Index

The private developers bidding for the Mundra coastal ultra mega power project have demanded equal weightage be given to the South African index Richards Bay as well as the Australian Index.

This indicates that power companies are looking at Arica along with Australia and Indonesia for import of coal for their power projects.

With nearly 80 mln tonnes of coal due to be imported by the power sector, the central regulator has developed a coal index to determine price. The regulator has given a 60% weightage to the ACR Asian Index, 30% weightage to Producer Price Index of Australia and 10% weightage to Barlow Jonker Index (BJI). The index has given small weightage to African coal.

The other coal indices followed worldwide include:
JPU Reference Price Index
ACR New South Wales Asia Index

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