International Coal Trading / Marketing
Looking for dealers in 100,000mt+ thermal coal f.O.B.+9 Other Responses
We are looking for serious buyers or well connected people who can help us in selling steam/thermal coal from indonesian origin. Consultants will be fairly compensated post successful transaction.
The coal grade is from 5000 kcal to 5900 kcal. We can provide the details chemical analysis report at an appropriate time.+9 Other Responses
Indonesian Steam/thermal Coal Sale
my name is *. *. Singh and i am working with *************** holdings. We are looking for coal trade experts and well networked consultants who can help us in selling indonesian steam/thermal coal to genuine and interested buyers globally. We have recently got a new steam coal allocation and would like to sell thermal coal from the indonesian coal mine. This is not a full time assignment and it will be on case to case transaction basis.
Interested people can feel free to get in touch with us either on tele-con or via email. Our contact co-ordinates are mentioned below.
email: ******@******.Com+9 Other Responses
Want a energy trader well versed with trading in coal, lng for multiple buyers and sellers. Must have knowledge of contracts and funding for these deals+2 Other Responses
We are london solicitors and represent a client on a case involving coal trading. We need a coal trading expert who can provide comments on market rates, mitigation options and hedging for an arbitration.+6 Other Responses
Would like to purchase coal for power plant generation in asia. Approx 790mt/ month required. Specs available if interested.
Spec 1 60,000mt
ncv min. 5,000 kcal/kg
spec 2 730,000mt
ncv min. 4,600 kcal/kg
all coal must come from the same mine. Pleas contact me for further details if interested.
Kind regards+4 Other Responses
We are lawyer representing the buyer (b) in a cfr coal trade dispute. We need a coal trader/broker to help us to understand the mechanics and timeline of a typical coal trade. In our case, b failed to put up an lc for a coal trade, which subsequently fell through. B says that it didn't put up a letter of credit because: (i) the seller (s) didn't provide a pro forma invoice (as required by the contract) upon which the lc was to be based, i.E. S did not satisfy a prior obligation and (ii) s had already loaded the coal onto a vessel without notifying b or obtaining its consent, thus depriving b of its right to attend the draft survey, attend the sampling process or to nominate the stevedores (all of which b was entitled to do under the contract). By way of background, we understand that s was urgently trying to get rid of a distressed cargo from a deal that had just fallen through, but that was not disclosed to our client. After entering into the contract and expecting to be able to send its representatives to inspect the coal and witness the weighing and sampling exercises, b was suddenly told that the cargo had already been loaded. When b then refused to put up an lc, s sued b for the full value of the coal.+4 Other Responses
Seeking a coal- fired power plant technology expert
advanced engineering associates international is seeking a senior-level coal-fired power plant technology expert for a period of 12 months, starting march 2013, based in islamabad, pakistan. The expert will provide technical support and advice to the government of pakistan (gop)âs national electric power regulatory authority (nepra) on coal-fired power generation. The expert should be very familiar with all aspects of technologies for coal utilization for power generation (coal and ash handling systems, steam raising and pollution control systems. The expert should have experience with technologies for using coals that have similar characteristics to those indigenous to pakistan. In addition, the expert should be knowledgeable about the economics of coal for power generation.+9 Other Responses