Last year Australia exported around 350 million tons of coal.
In three years time it is esimated (by the Austcoal Consulting Alliance) that the figure will be 450 million tons.
Canada exports around 30 million tons a year.
According to the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, "By 2020, Indonesia’s annual production will be above 500 million tons, a more than 50 percent increase from last year’s production of 320 million tons."
Once again, Canada is a drop in the proverbial bucket.
By the way; Daniel Veniez has written here many times. Here's an article he published earlier today:
Here's a snip, "Alberta's oil and gas industry supports more than 271,000 direct jobs and hundreds of thousands of indirect jobs in sectors such as construction, manufacturing and financial services, to name a few. It is a massive contributor of Canada's Gross National Product and a source of wealth for all Canadians. ..."