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In a staggering revelation, the International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts that the year-end global demand for coal will soar to a historic 8.39 million tonnes. 

Dominating this insatiable appetite are Asian nations—most notably, China—which alone accounts for a phenomenal 56% of the total consumption.

In what amounts to an environmental paradox, China has ramped up its coal imports by 77% in just the first seven months of 2023. Indonesia emerges as its chief maritime supplier, outpacing both Russia and Australia. 

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Conversely, the United States—once the coal colossus of the world—has seen its production plummet to less than half of its 2008 zenith. Yet, it’s a dark phoenix rising. Buoyed by dwindling domestic demand, thanks to regulatory landscapes and an influx of inexpensive natural gas, U.S. coal exports are resurging. A 16% uptick from last year has been recorded, and an ambitious 94 million tonnes are projected for 2024—a quarter of its total production.

As we enter an era of climate consciousness, these startling figures illuminate the urgent, conflicting global realities confronting us all.

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