Indonesia's 85 magnitude earthquake may affect Chi

2022-09-19
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An 8.5-magnitude earthquake in Indonesia may affect China's coal price

Guide: according to wind news, a 8.5-magnitude earthquake occurred in the sea area near Sumatra, Indonesia, on the afternoon of the 11th, and the earthquake monitoring agency has issued a tsunami warning. According to the analysis of insiders, Indonesia is China's main source of coal imports. Sumatra island, the epicenter of the earthquake, is rich in coal reserves, which may be in the short term

according to wind news, a strong earthquake with a magnitude of 8.5 occurred in the sea area near Sumatra, Indonesia, on the afternoon of the 11th, and the earthquake monitoring agency has issued a tsunami warning. According to the analysis of insiders, the data center shows that Indonesia is the most important source of coal import for China. Sumatra island, the epicenter of the earthquake, is rich in coal reserves, which may affect the coal supply along the southern coast of China in the short term. 4. It is expected that 1 glass GWT series high-temperature creep endurance testing machine is developed by Jinan new era Gold Testing Instrument Co., Ltd. on its own. The annual demand for TPE on the stage will increase by at least 2%, Causing fluctuations in coal prices

according to the analysis, further speculation depends on the specific situation. We can pay attention to the possible short-term fluctuations in the secondary market and seize the investment opportunities of relevant stocks

public information shows that Indonesia is rich in coal resources. Indonesia International said on September 9, 2011 that the total coal resources reserves counted by Indonesian government departments are 105 billion tons, of which the proved reserves are 21 billion tons. Indonesian coal mines are mainly distributed in Sumatra island and Kalimantan island. Sumatra has 52.5 billion tons of coal resources and 11.5 billion tons of proven reserves; Kalimantan has 52.3 billion tons of coal resources and 9.6 billion tons of proven reserves

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