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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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DoE expects R40bn coal IPP projects to reach financial close in early 2017

21st October 2016 Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson confirmed on Monday that the 557.3 MW Thabametsi and the 306 MW Khanyisa coal-fired power station projects had been selected as preferred bidders following the first bid window of South Africa’s Coal Baseload Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme... 

Amid cracker rivalry, Sasol says multiasset model gives Lake Charles project an edge

21st October 2016 The skyline associated with Sasol’s $11-billion ethane cracker project in Lake Charles, Louisiana, is starting to change fundamentally as the plant’s large steel structures are installed on a portion of the vast 890 ha site, where the South African energy and chemicals group is creating a new... 

Coega puts R25bn value to proposed LNG-linked investments

21st October 2016 The Coega Development Corporation (CDC), which oversees the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ), in the Eastern Cape, expects the investment associated with the zone’s selection as one of two locations for the first phase of government’s Liquefied Natural Gas Independent Power Producer... 

SA opts for integrated model for highly anticipated gas-to-power roll-out

21st October 2016 South Africa’s Department of Energy (DoE) has opted for an integrated delivery model for the country’s highly anticipated Liquefied Natural Gas Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (LNG IPPPP), which will be initially deployed at Richards Bay, in KwaZulu-Natal, and Coega, in the... 

Green shoots

21st October 2016 In a September 22 statement, Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) reiterated the “grave concern” it had expressed in an earlier open letter to Preside Jacob Zuma about ongoing threats to charge, or even arrest, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. However, it also used the statement to urge... 

World Bank raises 2017 price outlook for oil and metals

20th October 2016 The World Bank has increased its 2017 price outlook for both metals and oil in its latest ‘Commodity Markets Outlook’, raising its October forecast for crude oil to $55/bl, from $53/bl in July. It has, however, sustained its forecast for an average oil price of $43/bl in 2016. Energy prices,... 

Enel expects renewables to prevail in South Africa despite current uncertainty

20th October 2016 Enel Green Power South Africa country manager William Price says he is “surprised” by Eskom’s current resistance to signing power purchase agreements (PPAs) for new renewable-energy projects in light of the undeniable success of the competitive-bidding model pursued by the Department of Energy... 

Nersa awaits RCA appeal before moving on new Eskom applications

19th October 2016 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) expects its application for leave to appeal a recent North Gauteng High Court judgment, which found its approval of Eskom’s third multiyear price determination (MYPD3) Regulatory Clearing Account (RCA) for the 2013/14 to be unlawful, to take... 

Nersa sticks with maximum price methodology for gas after court victory

18th October 2016 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) reports that it will continue to implement the maximum price methodology for piped gas, following a recent court ruling dismissing a move by large industrial gas users to have the 2013 approval of a Sasol Gas application under the methodology... 

Wind body wants Nersa to fine Eskom for failing to comply with IPP policy

17th October 2016 The South African Wind Energy Association (Sawea) has lodged an official complaint with the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) over Eskom’s refusal to enter into power purchase agreements (PPAs) with preferred bidders selected under the country’s highly regarded Renewable Energy... 

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