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The conference focuses on looking at Russian domestic power production, domestic thermal and met coal production, export coal production to Europe and Asia, Russia’s transport logistics for domestic use and exports, shipping markets, export ports, export coal volumes and a review of coal demand Asia and Europe. There will also be special focus on Russia’s energy mix and Russia’s steel production.
This event is for end-users, coal producers, traders, financiers, shipping operators and logistics operators within the Russian coal markets.
Russia’s coal sector is seeing the benefits of the improvements in the global economy and saw total output of around 320mt in 2010, with almost 100mt being exported. Russia still sees high demand from Europe although the competition to supply this market, either from other coal suppliers or from alternative sources of fuel, is intensifying. However with the changing dynamics in the industry, Russia is focusing more and more on markets at home and in Asia.
For the international market there are many questions to be asked concerning Russia. Can metallurgical exports respond to the increasing market overseas and, if it can, how will this impact upon the flow of steam coal exports? Where do Russian suppliers see their priorities for growth? Is the Russian infrastructure set to struggle to meet the demands placed upon it forever?
The McCloskey Russian Coal Markets Conference 2011 will cover the following topics and more:
View details about the McCloskey Russian Coal Markets Conference.
For more information visit the conference web site.
Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel
31A bld. 1 Leningradsky prospect
Telephone: +7 495 995 0009
Fax: +7 495 995 0008
This offer is available until October 13th 2011, when the price will increase to €1,850, excluding accommodation, meals and leisure facilities at the hotel. Delegates will be responsible for their own costs relating to room service, spa treatments, bar and mini bar.
This offer is available until October 13th 2011, when the price will increase to €1650, excluding accommodation, meals and leisure facilities at the hotel. Delegates will be responsible for their own costs relating to room service, spa treatments, bar and mini bar.
This will apply to delegates who are officially based in Russia and whose company has its head office based in Russia.
Payment can be made by invoice/bank transfer/cheque or by credit card (Visa/Mastercard):
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