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Jun 07, 2013
Shale or ‘tight’oil wells have significantly shorter productive lives than those of conventional crude oil wells, with a sharp decline in production rates during their first few years, says Association for the Study of Peak Oil South Africa chairperson Dr Jeremy...
Aug 10, 2012
The energy crunch and high energy prices facing the South African industry has led smelter engineering firm Metix, a subsidiary of German group SMS Siemag, to offer the furnaces industry energy-recovery systems.
Oct 29, 2010
Last week, the British government announced that it had determined eight sites in England and Wales where new nuclear power stations could be built. Three other sites, proposed by the previous Labour administration, were ruled out, for environmental reasons. The...
Jul 30, 2010
With the current energy crunch in South Africa, efficiency of process is a key driver to achieve profitability. Heat exchanger performance can make a significant contribution to ensure process optimisation, says modular shell and tube heat exchangers specialist...
Oct 23, 2008
The annual small- and medium-sized enterprise (SME) survey indicated that although the current economic environment showed turbulent times, South African SMEs emerged with their competitiveness intact. Head researcher for the survey, and World Wide Worx MD Arthur...
Sep 26, 2008
South Africa is in the fortunate position of having one of the best climates in the world. Many South Africans, especially those living in the interior of the country, have become accustomed to monthly stretches of sun-drenched days. In fact, a study by...
Sep 26, 2008
South Africa is in the fortunate position of having one of the best climates in the world. Many South Africans, especially those living in the interior of the country, have become accustomed to monthly stretches of sun-drenched days.
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