Special report: Asia Pacific Coal Mining Fiscal Regime
According to the BP Statistical Review of World Energy for 2011, APAC had 292.5 billion metric tons of commercially exploitable coal, accounting for more than a third(35.3%) of global coal reserves. China’s share was 14% while Australia, India, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and New Zealand made up the rest.
To find out which geographic locations in Asia and major producers are in these regions, download the report here
Other highlights from the report include:
- Governing Bodies and Laws, By Country
- Fiscal Terms, By Country
- Fiscal Regime Overview, By Country
To find out more, download the report here.