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Coal 95; Kol - 95

Abstract

The report deals with the use of coal and coke in Sweden during 1994. Some information about technology, environmental questions and markets are also given. Data have been collected by questionnaires to major users and by telephone to minor users. Preliminary statistical data from Statistics Sweden have also been used.The use of steam coal for heating purposes has been unchanged during 1994 at a level of 1 Mtons. The production in the cogeneration plants has been constant, but has increased for electricity production. The minor plants have increased their use of forest fuels. The use of steam coal will probably go down in the next years both for heat and cogeneration plants. During the top year 1987 coal was used in 18 hot water and 11 cogeneration plants. 1994 these figures are 3 and 12. Taxes and environmental reasons explain this trend. The use of steam coal in industry has been constant at the level 0.7 Mtons. The import of metallurgical coal in 1993 was 1.6 Mtons, like 1992. Import of 0.3 Mtons of coke gives the total consumption of coke in industry as 1.5 Mtons. the average price of steam coal imported to Sweden was 317 SEK/ton, 3% higher  More>>
Authors:
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1995
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
NUTEK-R-95-31
Reference Number:
SCA: 015000; PA: AIX-27:060348; EDB-96:140609; SN: 96001648660
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1995
Subject:
01 COAL, LIGNITE, AND PEAT; SWEDEN; COAL; COKE; ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS; FUEL CONSUMPTION; INTERNAL MARKET; LAWS; PRICES; TAXES
OSTI ID:
367108
Research Organizations:
Swedish National Board for Industrial and Technical Development (NUTEK), Stockholm (Sweden)
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Language:
Swedish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 1102-2574; Other: ON: DE96633468; TRN: SE9607403060348
Availability:
INIS; OSTI as DE96633468
Submitting Site:
SWDN
Size:
46 p.
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Citation Formats

Sparre, C. Coal 95; Kol - 95. Sweden: N. p., 1995. Web.
Sparre, C. Coal 95; Kol - 95. Sweden.
Sparre, C. 1995. "Coal 95; Kol - 95." Sweden.
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title = {Coal 95; Kol - 95}
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abstractNote = {The report deals with the use of coal and coke in Sweden during 1994. Some information about technology, environmental questions and markets are also given. Data have been collected by questionnaires to major users and by telephone to minor users. Preliminary statistical data from Statistics Sweden have also been used.The use of steam coal for heating purposes has been unchanged during 1994 at a level of 1 Mtons. The production in the cogeneration plants has been constant, but has increased for electricity production. The minor plants have increased their use of forest fuels. The use of steam coal will probably go down in the next years both for heat and cogeneration plants. During the top year 1987 coal was used in 18 hot water and 11 cogeneration plants. 1994 these figures are 3 and 12. Taxes and environmental reasons explain this trend. The use of steam coal in industry has been constant at the level 0.7 Mtons. The import of metallurgical coal in 1993 was 1.6 Mtons, like 1992. Import of 0.3 Mtons of coke gives the total consumption of coke in industry as 1.5 Mtons. the average price of steam coal imported to Sweden was 317 SEK/ton, 3% higher than 1993. All Swedish plants meet their emission limit of dust, SO{sub 2} and NO{sub x} as given by county administrations or concession boards. The cogeneration plants all have some SO{sub 2} removal system. The biggest cogeneration plant (Vaesteraas) has recently invested in a SCR NO{sub x} cleaning system. Most other plants use low NO{sub x} burners or SNR injection systems based on ammonia or urea. 2 figs, 13 tabs.}
place = {Sweden}
year = {1995}
month = {Dec}
}