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March 18, 2013
11:40 EDTBTUPeabody Energy sees FY13 CapEx $450M-$550M, ~50% below 2012 levels
Says coal market demand rising in 2013 on higher steel production, generation. Sees global steel production growth of about 3%, says seaborne thermal demand expected to increase 40-50M tonnes on growing Asian demand. Sees U.S. coal generation rising 40-60M tons in 2013. Says sees FY13 U.S. production of 180M-190M tons. Comments from slides that will be presented at the Howard Weil Annual Energy Conference.
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December 17, 2014
11:29 EDTBTUJoy Global sees U.S coal market to be challenged in 2015
Joy Global says U.S. coal exports are likely to decline this year. Falling gas prices attributable to warmer weather will result in a switch to gas for electricity production. Publicly traded companies in the coal space include Alliance Resource Partners (ARLP), Alpha Natural (ANR), Arch Coal (ACI), CONSOL (CNX), Cloud Peak (CLD), Peabody (BTU) and Walter Energy (WLT).
December 8, 2014
07:26 EDTBTUPeabody still sees FY14 coal sales volumes 245M-255M tons
Peabody Energy Corporation said in a filing that it reaffirms its prior guidance regarding 2014 coal sales volumes, U.S. revenues per ton, operating costs and expenses per ton and capital spending. Specifically, Peabody continues to target full-year 2014 sales volumes of 245 to 255 million tons, including U.S. sales of 185 to 190 million tons and Australian sales of 36 to 38 million tons. Peabody's targeted 2014 Australian sales volumes include 16 to 17 million tons of metallurgical coal and 12 to 13 million tons of seaborne thermal coal. In the U.S., Peabody continues to project a 2% to 4% decrease in revenues per ton compared to the prior year. Peabody also continues to expect a 1% to 3% decrease in its U.S. operating costs and expenses per ton in 2014 compared to the prior year and 2014 Australian operating costs and expenses of approximately $70 per ton, in addition to 2014 capital spending levels of $200M-$220M.

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