Coal Exports from Indonesia in 2019 – Indonesia Export Data of Coal

07 October 2020
Indonesia Export Data

Indonesia is one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of coal. In 2019, Indonesia stood as 2nd biggest coal exporter, which shipped 374,935,870 tons of coal valued USD 18,866 million. There are numerous smaller pockets of coal reserves on the islands of Sumatra, Kalimantan, Java, Papua and Sulawesi but the three largest regions of Indonesian coal resources are as follows: East Kalimantan, South Kalimantan and South Sumatra. According to Indonesia export data of coal, Indonesia exported coal the most to India in 2019, which shared 25.5% to total exports. Have an overall outlook on Indonesian export market of coal with Indonesia trade statistics.


Coal Exports from Indonesia 2010-2019 (Value)


If we look at Indonesia shipment data of coal of the last 10 years, we found that the highest value of coal exports recorded in year 2011 and the lowest value of coal exports recorded in 2016. Indonesia’s coal exports in 2019 totaled USD 18,866 million, which is expected to decline in 2020 due to coronavirus pandemic. Below given chart and table shows dollar amount of Indonesia coal exports recorded from 2010 to 2019.


Year

Value USD Million

2010

18,169

2011

25,523

2012

24,293

2013

22,773

2014

18,697

2015

14,662

2016

12,898

2017

17,867

2018

20,634

2019

18,866

 


Exports of Coal from Indonesia 2010-2019 (Quantity)


As per Indonesia customs data of coal, Indonesia exported 291,171,313 tons of coal in 2010 and 374,935,870 tons in 2019. Below given chart and table shows quantity of coal exported by Indonesia from 2010 to 2019.


Year

Quantity (Tons)

2010

291,171,313

2011

323,592,105

2012

347,575,752

2013

381,519,674

2014

356,302,906

2015

327,181,897

2016

310,662,259

2017

319,098,477

2018

343,124,011

2019

374,935,870

 


Indonesia’s Top 10 Export Partners of Coal in 2019


Indonesia’s top 10 export partners of coal in 2019, which accounted 94.9% to overall value of shipments were: India (USD 4,817 million), China (USD 3,141 million), Japan (USD 2,314 million), Malaysia (USD 1,573 million), Philippines (USD 1,487 million), South Korea (USD 1,385 million), Taipei, Chinese (1,301 million), Thailand (USD 811 million), Vietnam (USD 641 million) and Hong Kong (USD 446 million). Below given chart and table shows percentage share of these countries.


Country

Value USD %

India

25.5

China

16.6

Japan

12.3

Malaysia

8.3

Philippines

7.9

South Korea

7.3

Taipei, Chinese

6.9

Thailand

4.3

Vietnam

3.4

Hong Kong, China

2.4

 


Coal Exports by Country 2019


Global sales from coal exports by country totaled USD 118.5 billion in 2019, increased by an average 50.9% for all exporting countries since 2015, but a -6.8% drop from 2018 to 2019. According to global trade data, Indonesia stood at 2nd position in terms of global coal exports in 2019. Indonesia shared 18.2% value to total coal exports in the said year. The world’s top 10 export countries of coal accounted 96.6% to overall value of shipments.


Country

Value USD %

Australia

37.5

Indonesia

18.2

Russia

13.5

United States

8.3

Colombia

4.4

Canada

4.4

South Africa

4.1

Netherlands

2.7

Mongolia

2.6

Mozambique

0.9

 


A major global coal producer, Indonesia’s exports for the full year are expected to hit 435 million tonnes due to coronavirus pandemic. According to Indonesia Coal Miners Association (APBI), 2020 global seaborne demand, which was estimated at 980 million tonnes before the Covid-19 crisis, had now been revised down to 895 million tonnes due to ongoing deadly coronavirus.

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