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Stranded Down Under? Environment-related factors changing China’s demand for coal and what this means for Australian coal assets

Abstract:
China's demand for coal is changing as a result of environment-related factors, including environmental regulation, developments in cleaner technologies, local pollution, improving energy efficiency, changing resource landscapes and political activism. We look at how this evolving demand picture could then translate into impacts on the coal price and then on the stranded asset risks faced by coal and coal-related assets in Australia - a country that is a large and growing coal exporter to China.
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, SOGE, Smith School
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Publisher:
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford Publisher's website
Publication date:
2013-12-16
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uuid:27d52eb8-0c8b-44a6-b395-31c660e32855
Source identifiers:
635366
Local pid:
pubs:635366
ISBN:
9780992761806
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