Summary

China & International Coal Supply Summit 2018

亚太煤炭市场峰会。

This is a brand new coal event for the Chinese domestic and import coal markets. The China & International Coal Supply Summit 2018 conference brings together a strong partnership between IHS Markit, The China Coal Transport & Distribution Association and Xinhua Info-Link.   

China is the world’s largest importer of coal as well as being home to the largest domestic production. What happens in the Chinese coal market has implications for the whole sea-born market, both regional and across the globe. 

Join market participants, end users, traders and producers (international and domestic) as they gather in Beijing ahead of the critical winter stock build. 

The Summit will delve into domestic logistics chains, production projections and price outlooks to give a complete perspective of China’s supply and demand outlook.

Listen to industry practitioners as they discuss the most relevant policies and trends affecting China’s coal markets. Discover what producers and end users are highlighting as their greatest concerns and challenges for the winter ahead. 

Key topics

Import policy
Domestic production and capacity additions
Import availability from likes of Indonesian and Australia   
Logistics developments and bottlenecks
Price outlook

 
   
 Conference partners Who should attend this event

The importance of this conference

 

Register Now for only $690 USD per delegate before the 15 August

or 

Register Now for only $610 USD per delegate before the 15 August for groups of 3 or more


 

Click here for the conference website of our Chinese Partners China Coal Transport & Distribution Association

In partnership with Xinhua Infolink & China Coal Transport & Distribution Association

  • When

  • Tuesday, September 18, 2018 - Thursday, September 20, 2018
    07:45 - 17:00

  • Where

  • China World Hotel (A Shangri-La Hotel, at China World Trade Center)
    No. 1 Jianguomenwai Avenue
    Beijing 100004
    China

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