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21.06.2022 kl 22:44 27898

Når det gjelder nyheter fra Reuters er det enkelt, og gratis, å registrere seg. Da er det ingen lesebegrensniner. Man velger intererresseområde(r); f.eks. Commodities. Mange nyheter innen kull, jernmalm og landbruksprodukter (korn, soya, mm).

Ettermiddagens nyhetsbrev fra Reuters hadde overskriften:
«It's a Coal, Coal Summer»
Utdrag:
Major European economies are on a two-fold mission: fill storage before the winter, and secure future supplies so they can quit Russia outright. At the moment, they’re at about 54% full, with a goal of 80% by October.

But for the moment - and we’ve been hearing a lot of going backward to advance into the future, like something rejected from George R.R. Martin’s unfinished Game of Thrones novel - many nations are kicking in with more coal.

So what does that mean? A quick rundown:

–Germany is boosting coal output. It relies on that fuel for about 17% of consumption.

–Italy is doing the same - but coal only accounts for 3% of consumption.

–Austria, too, has doubled down on coal - but it, too, is only a modest user of coal, at about 5% of consumption.

–The Netherlands, lastly, are also in the mix, evoking a crisis plan to boost coal-fired power generation. Coal makes up about 7% of its mix at the moment.


Ellers blir det en 4-500 pnmx/kmax laster om man får til en slik korridor for hvete:
https://www.reuters.com/world/turkish-team-discuss-black-sea-grain-corridor-russia-this-week-media-2022-06-21/
Redigert 21.06.2022 kl 22:47

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