In response to Singapore re-entering Phase 2 (heightened alert), and the recent measures imposed by the Singapore Government to combat the surge in Covid-19 community cases, S&P Global Platts has taken the decision to hold the Singapore Coking Coal Conference virtually only. The hybrid event was due to be held in Singapore on July 15. As a company, our top priority is the safety and wellbeing of our delegates and speakers, our partners, our colleagues and vendors.

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The seaborne metallurgical coal and coke markets entered 2021 with increased spot price volatility, following a transformative year in 2020, which saw shifts in global trade flows and historic price dislocations.

Coupled with the uncertainty of the pandemic, new trending themes like energy transition and the unofficial Chinese import ban on Australian coal, are shaping much of the conversation in coking coal markets today.

What are the key market factors that could affect seaborne prices this year? How will demand for greener steel be met? Can hydrogen and renewable power be incorporated to help the global steel sector lower its emissions profile?

Be part of the discussion and find out what's in store for met coal in 2021 at S&P Global Platts Singapore Coking Coal Conference on July 15. As part of Singapore International Ferrous Week 2021, the event will set the bar as Asia’s must-attend gathering and the leading discussion point for the metallurgical coal and coke markets specialists.

Topic highlights:

1) Seaborne metallurgical coal and coke market overview – what’s next?

2) China’s role as a swing factor to price and trade flow

3) Macro outlook and supply/demand and trade flow forecast

4) Energy transition - how hydrogen can help meet demand for greener steel, and what are the challenges?

5) Key insights into latest Atlantic market trends

6) Factors to consider for effective risk management


Session 1: Macro outlook









Opening remarks

Julien Hall, Regional Metals Pricing Director, S&P Global Platts


OPENING KEYNOTE: Navigating the current global trade environment and coal trade disruptions

Ernie Thrasher, CEO, Xcoal


Met coal: politics, economics, and the Green Revolution

Serafino Capoferri, Commodity Strategist, Macquarie Group


Networking break

Session 2: New pathways












Seaborne met coal market update

Jeffrey Lu, Managing Editor, Metallurgical Coal, S&P Global Platts


Fireside chat and audience Q&A: Met coal pricing trends

  • - Impact of trade flow shifts on pricing practices and brand relativities


Julien Hall, Regional Metals Pricing Director, S&P Global Platts

Jeffrey Lu, Managing Editor, Metallurgical Coal, S&P Global Platts


PANEL: China's policy and its global impact on met coal

  • - Overview of China’s policy
  • - Impact on supply-demand
  • - Trade flow dynamics


Sarah Liu, Assistant to Chairman & GM of International Trade Department, Shanxi Sunlight Coking Group

Tao Huang, Director, Sinomet

John Xiao, Senior Trader, ITG Resources


Jeffrey Lu, Managing Editor, Metallurgical Coal, S&P Global Platts


Networking break

Session 3: Coal value chain




















Role of met coal in a low carbon world

Ivan Bondarenko, Head of Marketing Strategy, Coal, BHP


PANEL: Decarbonized steel – a reality in the making?

Raghav Agarwalla, Director, Saurashtra Fuels

Joachim von Scheele, Global Director Commercialization, Linde

Minh Hoang, Director, Corporate Ratings, S&P Global Ratings


Paul Bartholomew, Head of Metals News & Insights, S&P Global Platts


PANEL: Latest trends in semi-hard, semi-soft, PCI and anthracite

Denis Sim, Head of Sales, South East Asia, Siberian Anthracite

Boyd Gittoes, General Manager Sales & Marketing, Kestrel Coal Resources

Mark Bolton, General Manager – Marketing, Jellinbah Group


Neil Bristow, Managing Director, H & W Worldwide Consulting


PANEL: Met coal risk management

  • - Met coal’s ongoing evolution
  • - Role of derivatives


Stephanie Idicula, Coal Derivatives Broker, SSY Futures

Myles Perrin, VP Trading & Marketing, Square Resources

Dion Heyder, Trader, Trafigura


Cheong Jin Yu, Director of Commodities, SGX


Networking break

Session 4: Coke trends





Seaborne met coke market update

Jessie Li, Associate Editor, Metallurgical Coal, S&P Global Platts


China’s met coke industry overview and outlook

Wang Fengshan, Vice President & Group Executive Director, China Risun Group

Session 5: The Atlantic view 






Charting the course: US met coal supply, demand and market trends

Dan Horn, Executive VP Sales, Alpha Metallurgical Resources


Key challenges and opportunities in the US met coal value chain

David Rossiter, Executive VP, Visa Commodities


Closing remarks & end of conference

Julien Hall, Regional Metals Pricing Director, S&P Global Platts



Dan Horn
Executive VP Sales, Alpha Metallurgical Resources

Daniel E. Horn has served as executive vice president of sales since December 2020. He was previously senior vice president of metallurgical coal sales for the company and president of Contura Coal Sales, LLC. Mr. Horn previously held a similar role at Alpha Natural Resources, where he served for over a decade and had responsibility for domestic and seaborne metallurgical sales.

Prior to joining Alpha, Mr. Horn led the coal and coke procurement team at Bethlehem Steel Corporation after serving in various engineering and operating roles at Bethlehem’s underground coal mines. Mr. Horn holds a bachelor of science degree in mining engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and a master of business administration degree from St. Francis University. He is a registered professional engineer and a licensed underground mine foreman.

Ivan Bondarenko
Head of Marketing Strategy, Coal, BHP

Ivan has more than 14 years of commercial experience with BHP in commodity marketing, trading and strategy roles. For the last 4 years Ivan has been leading BHP’s Coal Marketing strategy and technical team from Singapore. This team is looking after product and placement strategy for BHP’s metallurgical coal portfolio and technical marketing support. Given the crucial role BHP’s metallurgical coal plays in the integrated iron and steel making process, the team is also increasingly focused on identifying opportunities to support reduction of emissions in steelmaking value chain with the support from broader teams at BHP.

Prior to joining metallurgical coal, Ivan looked after BHP’s global Copper and Zinc Concentrates book team with primary responsibility for commercial book optimisation, including concentrates from Escondida and Antamina mines in Chile and Peru. In the earlier part of his career at BHP Ivan had an opportunity to work in the energy coal marketing team in the Hague and Singapore. Prior to joining BHP Ivan has worked in structured commodity finance industry based in Netherlands and Ukraine.

Wang Fengshan
Vice President & Group Executive Director, China Risun Group

Coming Soon

Neil Bristow
Managing Director, H & W Worldwide Consulting

Dr Bristow is a highly regarded expert in the coal and steelmaking raw materials industries for over 32 years. With 21 years with BHP in wide ranging roles in the Coal Divisions, including technical and market research, strategy development and market planning and development, price forecasting, he led as Chief Analyst BHP Billiton’s Carbon Steel Materials group Market Intelligence group in Singapore. His expertise in steel, metallurgical coal, iron ore, and manganese ore and ferroalloys coupled with strategic, long term analysis on future directions in emerging markets, saw him as an early proponent of the rise of China and of coal’s growth story, together with a strong belief in China’s emergence as a major seaborne coal importer.

Since forming H & W Worldwide Consulting, he was been involved with numerous Coal, Steel and Iron ore studies over the last 10 years. He has been a strong advocate for the BF and the continued rise of coke based steelmaking, coking and PCI evolution and analysis. His experience and depth in all aspects of coking and metallurgical coal technology has been highly regarded globally with numerous presentations and workshops in major markets.

John Xiao
Senior Trader, ITG Resources

John Xiao has over 20 years of experience in met coal trading. He spent 9 years of his career with Baosteel and 5 years with Trafigura. Currently he works for ITG Resources (Singapore) Pte Ltd as a senior trader.

Mark Bolton
General Manager – Marketing, Jellinbah Group

Mark Bolton is the General Manager-Marketing and Logistics at the Jellinbah Group and has twenty-seven years of bulk commodity marketing and supply chain experience.

Building on his formative years in industrial minerals, mineral concentrates and refined base metals, Mark has focused the past fifteen years of his career in senior marketing roles in the Queensland metallurgical and thermal coal industries.

Passionate about marketing value maximisation through optimisation of the coal chain, Mark brings a wealth of current operational and marketing insight from the perspective of a 15 Mtpa private and independent metallurgical coal producer.

Jellinbah Group, currently the World’s 5th largest seaborne coal supplier, operates across multiple coal export chains in Queensland’s Bowen Basin and sells directly to end users in the global metallurgical coke, steel and energy markets.

Boyd Gittoes
General Manager Sales & Marketing, Kestrel Coal Resources

Boyd is a sales & marketing executive with two decades experience in the coal industry. Boyd earned his Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Queensland and his Master of Finance from the Financial Services Institute of Australia. Prior to his current role leading the sales & marketing team with Kestrel Coal Resources, Boyd held a number of roles within Rio Tinto including senior marketing manager for Rio Tinto’s coking coal portfolio across Australia and Mozambique. Boyd has previously worked in operational and technical roles across coal mines in Queensland and NSW for Rio Tinto, Anglo American and BHP.

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Global Director Commercialization, Linde

Joachim von Scheele received his MSc in Process Metallurgy and PhD in Production Engineering from Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden in 1987 and 1992, respectively.

With a mix of steel research and consultancy background, Joachim von Scheele joined the industrial gases industry in 1996. Since then, he has served in many different technical and commercial management roles at AGA, BOC and Linde, and been actively doing business in more than 40 countries around the world. The last nine years he was based in Asia, first in India as VP for South Asia and then in China heading Application Sales for Asia-Pacific. He is very much engaged in driving the sustainability agenda – with focus on decarbonization – and involving and co-operating with Linde’s customers on this topic to achieve joint progress and success.

Joachim von Scheele is a well-known speaker and has published more than 200 papers on energy and emission conservation, recycling, and production. He has served as a member of more than 30 boards of companies, associations, and research and education organizations, and as session chairman at many conferences. He holds six patents, and is based in Munich, Germany.

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Commodity Strategist, Macquarie Group

Serafino joined Macquarie in July 2017 to cover dry bulk commodities research.

Prior to joining Macquarie, he headed up the iron ore market research for CRU Group, a leading mining consultancy, which he joined in 2012. Serafino has worked in commodity research for over 5 years, advising companies, governments and financial institutions on all aspects of the iron ore, coal and steel industries.

Serafino has a First class degree in Business Economics from the Nottingham Business School and an Msc in Economics and Finance with Distinction from Durham University (UK).

Raghav Agarwalla
Director, Saurashtra Fuels

Coming soon

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Director of Commodities, SGX

Jin is Vice President – Commodities at the SGX. His responsibilities include development and enhancement of bulk commodity products focusing on iron ore and coal. Before joining SGX, he was a trader at Pavilion Gas and Hess Energy Trading Company where he covered LNG and freight. He started his career at Glencore in 2003 where he was on the graduate trader programme in the London office before being transferred to Singapore as a gasoline trader. Jin graduated from the University of Oxford with an MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.

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Assistant to Chairman & GM of International Trade Department, Shanxi Sunlight Coking Group

Ms. Sarah Liu has 30 years’ experience on energy market research, focusing on coal and downstream sectors. She has deep understanding of China and global mining, in-depth insights into government policies, resources and quality, supply and demand, import and export, cost, logistics, etc.

Sarah becomes Vice President of Fenwei Energy Information Service Co.,Ltd from 2016. Prior to joining Fenwei Energy, Sarah worked for global mining companies for 13 years, as a director on coal and energy market analytics for Peabody Energy (2012-2016) and Teck Resources (2009-2012), and a met coal market analyst for BHP Billiton (2003-2009). Sarah has multiple experience on her career development. She also worked for Chinese government agencies for 13 years, as vice chief economist and division head of Economic Information Center of SASAC/SETC (1994-2003), an editor of Management World Magazine of DRC (1992-1994), and a lecturer of China University of Mining Technology (CUMT) Beijing (1990-1992).

Ms. Sarah Liu graduated from CUMT, and got a bachelor degree of coal mining engineering management and a master degree in economics.

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Head of Sales, South East Asia, Siberian Anthracite

Denis Sim graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University with a BA in Economics.

Starting his career in Corporate Finance, he joined the Sibanthracite's sales team in 2016 and is now responsible for Sibanthracite's sales in Asia.

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Director, Sinomet

Tao starts his commodity career at BHP in 2007, where he got exposure to various commodities – including Nickel, Manganese, Iron Ore and Coal. Moving on from BHP, Tao joined Noble Group in 2011 and helped set up Noble’s Coking Coal desk at China from scratch and took it to become one of the biggest coking coal trading house in China market.

Never tired of seeking fresh challenges, Tao and his buddies established EXEN Resources in 2014 to create a dedicated Coking Coal focused International Trading Company. Today, after 6 years, EXEN is one of the largest International traders of coking coal with an annual coking coal handling appx 11 Million MT.

Tao holds Bachelor of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Full scholarship, Nanyang Technological University Singapore), and Master of Commerce (University of Sydney).

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Coal Derivatives Broker, SSY Futures

Stephanie joined SSY Futures in 2014, with an objective to expand upon their existing iron ore, FFA and Steel derivative IDB coverage with a specific focus on developing the coking coal futures markets, thereby offering clients the ability to manage price risk across the full steel complex value chain. Prior to SSY Futures, Steph worked in the Commodity Structured Solutions space for Standard Bank and Standard Chartered Bank, in Singapore and London.

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VP Trading & Marketing, Square Resources

Having spent some years working on a range of commercial and private vessels, Myles started out at Anglo American, taking on a mix of logistics and book owner roles concentrating on South African Thermal coal. Moving into Metallurgical Coal at Global Coal, Myles worked on the development and launch of the screen based HCCA product, brokering circa 4.5Mt over the initial years of its operation. 2017 saw the opportunity to move to a trading role at Xcoal, setting up the Singapore desk looking at a wide range of duties included traded and offtake coals as well as related derivative products and freight.

Moving to Square Resources in the last year, Myles has formed part of the trade team looking at a mix of physical and paper products: on the physical side trading coking coal, PCI and coke in a variety of markets to complement the company’s marketing briefs for a range of Australian, Canadian, Colombian, Indonesian and US coals, and on the paper front looking at the SGX TSI product from the perspective of both speculation and risk management.

Dion Heyder
Trader, Trafigura

Dion Heyder is a coking coal trader at Trafigura. His responsibilities include origination and sales in Australia and South-East Asian markets as well as managing day-to-day coverage of paper derivative positions. Before his current role, he has been responsible for trading, operations, risk, and finance across a variety of products and locations at Trafigura. Dion graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an MA in Economics and Law.

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Executive VP, Visa Commodities

David Rossiter joined the Visa Commodities Team in December 2020 as Executive Director, with responsibility for the global sourcing of coal, coke and other steel making raw materials, as well as strategic sales into India. He also manages trading within Europe and supports the company’s wider trading and strategic activities.

Rossiter has over 20 years of experience in the steel and steel making raw materials industries. Beginning his career in 1999 with British Steel as a commercial graduate, Rossiter spent 2 years in the UK and France, before returning to London where he held a number of commercial management roles in strategic raw materials procurement through the company’s transition into Corus and then Tata Steel. After leaving Tata Steel in 2012, Rossiter spent a year with raw materials trader, Ronly, before joining Wesfarmers as a Sales Manager for the Curragh Mine. In 2018, Curragh was acquired by Coronado Global Resources and Rossiter became Vice President Sales, covering Curragh and Coronado US coal sales into Europe, India, South America, and China.

Rossiter holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree in Business Studies and French from the University of Sheffield and an MBA from Warwick University.

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CEO, Xcoal

Ernie Thrasher has over forty years of experience in the energy and natural resources industry. His experience began in 1974 working for a family-owned mining company with operations in Maryland where he held various positions in operations and management through 1981.

Prior to forming Xcoal Energy & Resources in 2003, Thrasher spent twenty-two years in various global marketing positions at Primary Coal and AMCI.

Xcoal is a global coal marketing and logistics company with mining investments in the USA and Australia. The company has broad reach in the natural resources and energy fields. Thrasher leads a 100+ person team spread across 20 offices globally.

As a leader in the energy and natural resources industries, Thrasher has developed and employs innovative logistical processes to reach global markets around the world. Based in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, USA, Thrasher brings a unique local and global perspective to all his work.

Thrasher also founded XLNG Energy & Resources in 2015, which is marketing LNG originating from global sources with emphasis on natural gas reserves, and which reaches South America, Europe, and Asia.

Thrasher serves as a Director of Coronado Global Resources, on the President’s Leadership Council-Boy Scouts of America, is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, serves as a Director on the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, serves as a Director of the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum, and serves on the Global Board of Trustees of Asia Society.


Platts Speakers

Vanessa Ronsisvalle Jeffrey Lu
Managing Editor, Metallurgical Coal,S&P Global Platts

Jeffery Lu is S&P Global Platts Managing Editor, Metallurgical Coal, based in Singapore. Jeffery has been in the international commodity business for more than 10 years and has hands-on experience with building supply and demand models, analyzing trade flows as well as producing price forecasts. Before starting his career in the metals business, Jeffery spent the past decade in agriculture as research analyst with some time spent as a trader, for some of the largest commodity firms globally including Noble Group, Czarnikow Group and RCMA Group. Jeffery has a master’s degree in intercultural business communication.

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Associate Editor, Metallurgical Coal,S&P Global Platts

Jessie Li is an Associate Editor for Metallurgical Coal and Coke in S&P Global Platts, based in Singapore. Jessie joined Platts under the Commodity Associate Program in June 2019 and completed her two rotations in Agriculture and Oil team respectively. Jessie graduated from National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Arts and Social Sciences.

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Regional Metals Pricing Director,S&P Global Platts

Julien Hall manages the Asia metals team for S&P Global Platts, including ferrous and non-ferrous metals markets. He has spent 13 years at the company helping to build out coverage in a variety of commodities, including steel, iron ore and metallurgical coal. Between 2015 and 2017, he headed the Asia agriculture team, helping to grow coverage of grains, biofuels and sugar. Before working at Platts, he was editor and lead writer of a newsletter focusing on the French private equity sector.

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Head of Metals News & Insights,S&P Global Platts

Paul is based in Melbourne and is responsible for Platts’ metals coverage in APAC and hydrogen coverage in Australia. Paul was previously Country Manager, Australia, for UK-based Steel Business Briefing, and spent two years in SBB's Shanghai office as China Editor. He has more than 20 years of experience in media, communications and research across a range of industries. Prior to joining SBB, he worked at East & Partners, PwC, Penton Media and other business media organizations. He is a regular presenter at industry events and media commentator.

Minh Hoang
Director, Corporate Ratings,S&P Global Ratings

Minh is a Director in the Singapore Corporate Ratings group of S&P Global Ratings. As a lead Analyst, he is responsible for a portfolio comprising mining & resources, oil & gas, transportation and heavy industries in Southeast Asia.

During his time at S&P, Minh has worked in S&P's Sydney and London offices, where he covered a number of sectors including mining & metals, oil & gas, chemicals, property, retail, infrastructure & utilities in Asia-Pacific and Europe.

Minh, who joined S&P Global Ratings in 2013, began his career working in Chartered Accounting firms, KPMG and Crowe Horwath Corporate Finance, working across a range of financial disciplines, including M&A advisory, valuations and external audit. Prior to S&P, Minh spent five years with an Australain-based credit rating agency, providing credit risk advisory and consulting services to government and commercial clients.

Minh is a Chartered Accountant (CA) and member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Business from the University of Technology, Sydney.

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Singapore Coking Coal Conference 2021 is an official event of the Singapore International Ferrous Week (SIFW). The inaugural SIFW is a platform for pan-Asian industry experts and decision makers across the steel-making and trading value chain to explore partnerships and growth opportunities. Previously known as the Singapore Iron Ore Week, the week has become the flagship event for the iron ore industry in Asia. Co-organised by Enterprise Singapore, Esteel and the Singapore Exchange (SGX) together with partners, SIFW 2021 will feature an exciting line-up of forums, conferences, and exhibition on 13-15 July 2021.

Official Events of SIFW

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• Future of Mining Asia, Singapore by Aspermont Media
Join the 3 million-strong mining community to discuss, debate and solve the biggest issues in mining today

• S&P Global Platts Singapore Coking Coal Conference
Asia’s must-attend gathering for the metallurgical coal and coke market specialists

• Singapore Iron Ore Forum
The anchor event is back with rich discussions and debates on the ever-volatile iron ore market

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