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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 Polity.org.za and Creamer Media's Research Channel Africa.

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TNPA luring private oil-services investors to Saldanha using ‘flexible’ terminal concessions

29th June 2016 Freight logistics group Transnet is optimistic of receiving positive responses to a tender for the development of an offshore supply base (OSSB) for the oil and gas industry in Saldanha Bay, reporting that around 120 people attended a tender site briefing this week. A request for proposals (RFP)... 

TNPA to add container capacity at Durban harbour as it puts dig-out port on hold

28th June 2016 Having pulled back from any immediate development of the so-called Durban Dig-Out Port (DDOP), Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) is moving ahead with two more modest projects to expand the container capacity at the Port of Durban. Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama has indicated that the DDOP is... 

Creditors to receive Highveld business rescue update on July 11

27th June 2016 The business rescue practitioners at Highveld Steel and Vanadium will hold a meeting in early July to update creditors and shareholders of the progress being made regarding the sale of assets, following the failure of an earlier proposal to sell the business as a going concern. The meeting will... 

Transnet pares back capex as commodity slump impacts demand

27th June 2016 State-owned freight logistics group Transnet has pared back its 2016/17 capital expenditure (capex) plan in line with its strategy of “validating” demand ahead of moving ahead with major investments. The rail, ports and pipelines utility expects to invest around R22.8-billion during the 2017... 

Big ‘focus’ on ensuring rail OEMs meet local-content commitments

24th June 2016 A senior Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) official “promised” on Friday that the department was giving focused attention to ensuring that the local-content targets associated with Transnet’s R50-billion locomotive procurement programme were met. Chief director for industrial procurement Dr... 

Portfolio committee chair questions DTI’s exclusion from ‘steel committee’

24th June 2016 The Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry has raised serious concern about the exclusion of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) as a direct participant in so-called ‘steel committee’ set up to monitor interventions made to shore up the domestic primary steel industry, which is under... 

Signing opens way for new EU, Southern African trade regime

24th June 2016 Following more than ten years of “tough” negotiation, the European Union (EU) and six Southern African countries, including South Africa, signed an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) in Botswana on Friday, June 10. The deal seeks to build on an existing €60-billion-a-year trade relationship,... 

Poor figures spoil bank’s handover of GDP stats to agency

24th June 2016 The South African economy contracted by 1.2% quarter-on-quarter during the first quarter of 2016, dragged lower by the poor performance of mining and agriculture – the economy was also 0.2% weaker year-on-year. The performance represented a sharp turnaround from the 0.4% growth recorded in the... 

Enel’s South Africa unit connects another 66 MW solar plant to grid

24th June 2016 The renewable-energy unit of Italian energy group Enel reports that its 66 MW Tom Burke photovoltaic (PV) plant in South Africa’s Limpopo province has been connected to the grid, raising its installed capacity in the country to nearly 160 MW. Country manager in South Africa Lamberto Dai Pra’ adds... 

Dubai-based solar firm pursuing 650 MW African project pipeline

24th June 2016 Solar energy company Phanes Group, of the United Arab Emirates, reports that its African project pipeline currently exceeds 650 MW, including a 150 MW project under development in South Africa, where it recently opened a regional office. The Johannesburg office is the Dubai-headquartered firm’s... 

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