Coke oven coke, gross inland availability (thousand metric tons) - for all countries


The series "Coke oven coke" contains 18,656 data rows in 23 data sets for 94 countries.
Coke is the solid residue obtained from coal or lignite by heating it to a high temperature in the absence or near absence of air. It is high in carbon and low in moisture and volatile matter. Brown coal coke is A solid product obtained from carbonization of brown coal briquettes. Coke oven coke is the solid product obtained from carbonization of coal, principally coking coal, at high temperature. Coke-oven coke is also called metallurgical coke and is used mainly in the iron and steel industry. Semi-coke, the solid product obtained from carbonization of coal at low temperature, is included with coke-oven coke. It is used mainly as a domestic fuel.
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Coke oven coke, gross inland availability (thousand metric tons) Coke is the solid residue obtained from coal or lignite by heating it to a high temperature in the absence or near absence of air. It is high in carbon and low in moisture and volatile matter. Brown coal coke is A solid product obtained from carbonization of brown coal briquettes. Coke oven coke is the solid product obtained from carbonization of coal, principally coking coal, at high temperature. Coke-oven coke is also called metallurgical coke and is used mainly in the iron and steel industry. Semi-coke, the solid product obtained from carbonization of coal at low temperature, is included with coke-oven coke. It is used mainly as a domestic fuel. /statistic/coke%20oven%20coke%2C%20gross%20inland%20availability

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