Great success for our first School of Coal in Oxford on 9-13 September 2019, with a record of 24 delegates. We look forward to seeing you at our next events.
Where to meet up with
Perret Associates

  • School of Coal, Coaltrans, Oxford, UK
    9-13th September 2019
  • The World Coal Leaders Network, Lisbon
    21-22 October 2019
  • Coal Markets and Risk Management trading course, Singapore,
    12-13 November 2019.
  • Coal Trading Programme with ICE Futures, London,
    3-5th December 2019.
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Long Term Price Forecast 2019-35
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Latest update: October 2019
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  • Coal Markets and Risk Management
    Singapore, 12-13 November 2019.
  • Coal Market And Trading Programme with ICE Futures and globalCOAL
    London, 3-5th December 2019.
  • School of Coal with Coaltrans
    Singapore, 16-20 March 2020.
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Coal Market and Trading Programme with ICE Futures in London

Short video introducing the course

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How unrelated recent developments in China, India and Germany highlight just how harsh it can be to maintain a competitive electricity mix without coal

The Chinese correction was short-lived as domestic prices are on the rise again, fuelling the Asia/Pacific complex. This is also due to issues in gas supply. In fact the government has been recently forced to reverse their strategy and restarted a coal power plant in Beijing as the gas supply is not sufficient.

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$70/t cap on Indonesian prices highlights tightening coal market

The surprising announcement by the Indonesian government that it will cap the price of domestic coal at $70/t (basis 6,000 NAR) is a sign of the issues and contradictions that the coal and wider energy markets will increasingly face in the decades to come.

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Interview with Guillaume Perret, Founder and Director, Perret Associates

Guillaume talks to Coaltrans about his forecasts for the coal price.

Clean Energy Plan and its impact on the energy and coal markets

Guillaume Perret’s interview at “Between the Lines” on Channel News Asia.