SA coal exports at
Richards Bay
Johannesburg, South Africa — MININGREVIEW.COM — 20 September 2010 – Prices for coal shipped from the Richards Bay Coal Terminal in South Africa “’ the continent’s biggest export facility for the fuel “’ have fallen to what has been described as their lowest level in more than five months.

Export prices declined 0.9% to an average US$84.80 (R619) per metric tonne in the week to 17 September, according to IHS McCloskey data on Bloomberg News here. That’s the lowest price since the beginning of April.
Bloomberg News explains that the data reflects an average based on daily price assessments and a market survey.