COAL TERMINAL REPORT

COAL TERMINAL REPORT

Nov. 29, 1993

This table shows the vessels scheduled to call at U.S. coal terminals and the estimated tonnage represented by those ships. Dumping totals may be preliminary for some terminals. Facilities are listed by port, city and terminal operator. 'Midstream operations' refers to the transfer of coal from barges to ships while at anchor in mid-channel. This information was compiled by The Journal of Commerce staff from data provided by terminal operators and other trade sources.Vessels Due Tonnage Loaded

BALTIMORE - CSX Transportation - Curtis Bay

3 barges expected Nov. 29-Dec. 5 44,450 tons

representing 37,483 tons. Nov. 22-28

143,491 tons loaded during October.

NORFOLK, Va. - Norfolk Southern Pier 6

4 vessels expected Nov. 29-Dec. 5 586,069 tons

representing 112,000 tons. Nov. 22-28

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - Pier IX Terminal Co. Pier 9

3 vessels expected Nov. 29-Dec. 5 36,871 tons

representing 76,000 tons. Nov. 22-28

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - Dominion Terminal Associates

7 vessels and barges expected Nov. 29-Dec. 5 134,719 tons

representing 217,171 tons. Nov. 22-28

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Shipyard River Coal Terminal

0 vessels expected Nov. 29-Dec. 5 4,933 tons

representing 0 tons. Nov. 22-28

MOBILE, Ala. - McDuffie Coal Facility

3 vessels expected Nov. 29-Dec. 5 0 tons

representing 225,000 tons. Nov. 22-28

LOWER MISSISSIPPI

1,043,434 tons (export), 675,578 (domestic) loaded in October.

LONG BEACH, Calif. - Metropolitan Stevedoring

1 vessel expected Nov. 29-Dec. 5 0 tons

representing 60,000 tons. Nov. 22-28

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The Cleveland Ore and Coal Exchange Year to date 13,121,945.

Week to date 300,281.

Toledo (CSXT) 163,810; Toledo Conrail 0;

Sandusky Norfolk Southern 118,981; Ashtabula Conrail 17,490.

Superior Midwest Energy Terminal

7 vessels expected Nov. 29-Dec. 5 219,470 tons

representing 342,085 tons. Nov. 22-28