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Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer is the Editor of Engineering News and a Deputy Editor for Mining Weekly.

He also has editorial responsibility for and Creamer Media's Research Channel Africa.

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Eskom hints at earlier Ingula completion as it marks start-up of first unit

27th July 2016 With the first 333 MW unit, Unit 4, of Eskom’s Ingula pumped-storage scheme officially in commercial operation, the State-owned utility has expressed optimism that the full 1 332 MW, four-unit peaking plant will be completed ahead of its official timeline of July next year. Unit 4 was officially... 

GE aiming to change coal narrative with high-efficiency power solutions

26th July 2016 Technology group GE is beginning to actively make the case for clean coal, having concluded that coal-fired generation will remain a major, albeit relatively smaller, part of the future electricity mix in many parts of the world. GE Power global sales and marketing leader for steam power systems,... 

Itac seeks input on steel duties after HRC probe finds imports causing ‘serious injury’

25th July 2016 The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (Itac) has concluded that the domestic steel industry is “suffering serious injury” as a result of a surge of imports of hot-rolled coil (HRC). However, it has decided not to impose provisional measures until it has received... 

Nafcoc ‘alarmed’ by Eskom move against IPPs

25th July 2016 The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nafcoc) has added its voice to those questioning Eskom’s resistance to connecting new independent power producers (IPPs), saying it is “alarmed” by the State-owned electricity producer’s move. In a letter sent to Energy Minister... 

AMSA seeks more protection as it warns of bigger H1 loss

22nd July 2016 Steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) warned on Friday that its loss for the six months to June 30 could be up to 64% higher than the loss of 28c a share reported for the same period in 2015. However, the interim loss of between 42c and 46c a share represented a significant improvement... 

Eskom’s IPP stance seen undermining investment and green industrialisation

22nd July 2016 The decision by Eskom not to sign any new power purchase agreements (PPAs) with independent power producers (IPPs) beyond those selected in the latest competitive bidding round could have a “chilling” effect on investment and undermine industrialisation efforts under way in the green economy,... 

80 MW Noupoort wind farm enters commercial operation

22nd July 2016 The 80 MW Noupoort wind farm, in the Northern Cape, entered commercial operation on July 11, with all 35 turbines at the R1.9-billion facility commissioned and connected to the Eskom grid. Country programme manager Savva Antoniadis reports that Noupoort is also the first wind farm selected during... 

Leading banking group keen to participate in SA’s gas-to-power programme

22nd July 2016 Leading South African financial institution Standard Bank has confirmed that it is keen to participate in the funding of South Africa’s gas-to-power (GTP) programme and that it is eagerly awaiting the release of the project information memorandum, outlining government’s preferred procurement... 

AfDB signs loan facilities with Eskom worth R20bn

22nd July 2016 State-owned power utility Eskom reported this month that it had concluded three loan facilities with the African Development Bank (AfDB) collectively valued at around R20-billion. The signed facilities will be used to fund the utility’s general capital requirements, including new-build projects,... 

Nersa grants Eskom extension on new tariff submission

22nd July 2016 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has approved Eskom’s application for an extension, until April 1, 2017, to submit a new multi-year price determination (MYPD) application. The State-owned utility had originally been given three months, from March 1, to make a fresh... 

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