The coal industry has made initial progress in reducing excess capacity

Time:2019-12-10 11:06:39      Source:CCTDCOAL
Since 2013 (the third national economic census), China's energy supply and demand situation has been relatively relaxed. The coal industry has made initial progress in reducing excess capacity.
 
In 2018, raw coal output reached 3.07 billion tons. Since the implementation of the policy of "cutting overcapacity" in 2016, high-quality production capacity has been released at a faster pace. Raw coal output has picked up for two years in a row, basically returning to 2015 levels, down 7.3% compared with that of 2013. Average daily output was 10.13 million tons, down 760,000 tons from 2013.
 
The scale of production of enterprises has been significantly expanded. In 2018, a total of 2,556 industrial enterprises with raw coal production above designated size were involved, 47.7% less than that in 2013. The output per household was 1.4 million tons, an increase of 590,000 tons or 72.8% over 2013. Among them, there were 2,237 small-sized raw coal producers with an annual output of less than 900,000 tons, 2,290 fewer than that in 2013, accounting for 14.4% of the total output, 3.9 percentage points lower than that in 2013.
 
Production layout optimized, and industrial concentration increased. In recent years, the relevant departments have constantly improved the coal capacity replacement policy. In accordance with the requirements of further promoting the merger, reorganization, transformation and upgrading of coal enterprises, backward production capacity has been withdrawn in an orderly manner, high-quality production capacity has been released at a faster pace, the focus of production has continued to shift to Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Ningxia and Xinjiang, and production capacity has been withdrawn in an orderly manner in centralized small coal mining areas. Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Ningxia and Xinjiang expanded their production. In 2018, they produced 2.84 billion tons of raw coal, accounting for 76.8% of China's total coal output, 10.2 percentage points higher than that in 2013. Production capacity in Jiangxi, Hubei, Sichuan, Guizhou and other centralized small coal mining regions was withdrawn in an orderly manner, with the output of raw coal dropping of 81.6%, 89.1%, 43.3% and 22.6% respectively compared with 2013, accounting for 5.1% of the total output, 2.2 percentage points lower than that in 2013.

Index RMB/t DoD Basis Date
Datong 5500 405 5 ex-mine 09-24
Shuozhou 5200 435 5 FOR 09-24
Ordos 5500 375 5 ex-mine 09-24
Yulin 6200 415 0 ex-mine 09-24
Liulin Low-sulphur 810 0 ex-mine 09-24
Gujiao Low-sulphur 1255 0 FOR 09-24
Xingtai Low-sulphur 1540 0 ex-Factory 09-24
Yangquan PCI 720 0 FOR 09-24
Index RMB/t WoW WoW% Date
Qinhuangdao 504.0 0.5 0.10 09-24
Caofeidian 345.8 -36.9 -9.64 09-24
Huanghua 157.9 -12.1 -7.12 09-17
Guangzhou 317.2 -8.8 -2.70 09-17
coastal 6PPs 1629.8 44.7 2.82 07-02
North Ports 2547.4 78.9 3.20 08-13
Yangtze River delta 1376.5 -5.5 -0.40 08-13
South Ports 3141.6 -56.9 -1.78 08-13
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