Weekly US coal ship departures totaled 27 in the week ended June 26, down seven from the previous week and down one from the year-ago week, data from cFlow, S&P Global Platts trade-flow software, showed June 29. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now While departures hit a 41-week low, the departing laden and part-laden ships carried 1.2 million dwt, down 24% from the week before. US Gulf Coast departures totaled six, down 12 week on week and down eight from the year-ago week. USGC departures reached a 56-week low. The departing coal carriers held 260,682 dwt, down 75% from the previous week. From USGC, one carrier each went to Brazil, the ARA, the Caribbean, Central America, the Mediterranean and the North Atlantic. Seven coal carriers left from the US West Coast, touching a five-week high. up two from the week before […]