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Demand for coal will be driven by China and India

Posted on 14 October 2013

For most of the past decade, one of the most widely held assumptions in the energy world has been that demand for coal will keep on rising, fuelled by China’s soaring thirst for power as its population leaves the countryside for the cities in large numbers.
International coal prices duly rose and stimulated mining activity across Australia, Indonesia and as far away as Colombia and South Africa. The International Energy Agency (IEA) last year predicted that coal would rival oil as the world’s top source of energy by 2017 if no changes were made to government policies; global coal consumption would be 4.32bn tonnes of oil equivalent by that year, compared with around 4.4bn tonnes of oil equivalent for oil, according to its projections………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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