JODI continues to monitor adding coal data

The Joint Organisations Data Initiative is still considering adding statistics on coal fundamentals to the datasets it distributes, but delegates at JODI’s biannual conference were told that limited resources remain a constraint The Joint Organisations Data Initiative is still considering adding statistics on coal fundamentals to the datasets it distributes, but delegates at JODI’s biannual conference were told that limited resources remain a constraint.
By Peter Stewart 26 October 2017 0 28085
Mt Owen coal mine, Australia Making coal available on the JODI platform will provide a valuable resource to monitor competition between gas and coal. (Glencore)

Adding coal data to its oil and gas/LNG datasets is one of the seven key goals of the Joint Organisations Data Initiative (JODI) in its five-year action plan, which evolved from the 12th International JODI Conference (IJC12) held in April 2015 in New Delhi. The latest biannual conference, ICJ13, was held on 10-11 October in London. 

JODI is part of the International Energy Forum (IEF), which includes seven intergovernmental organisations representing energy producers and consumers: OPEC, the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, the International Energy Agency (IEA),...

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