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Mar 21, 2008
The seven pipes replacement-project, for Shell and BP Petroleum Refineries (Sapref), is on schedule and will be completed early this year, says Sapref project manager Ebrahim Vawda.
Aug 31, 2007
Manufacturers of automotive catalytic converters, Cataler SA, has chosen Air Products as the argon supplier for the production of its automotive applications.
Nov 03, 2006
A significant safety record was reached by the KwaZulu-Natal division of contractor Kaefer Thermal when it achieved five-million safe work hours at the Sapref refinery site, in Prospecton, Durban.
Sep 22, 2006
As it celebrates 37 years of trading in South Africa this year, German electrical engineering group Moeller has reported a second successive year of double-digit sales growth and continued expansion globally, with the South African subsidiary not far behind,...
Sep 08, 2006
The Kwazulu-Natal government has welcomed an initiative by car manufacturer Toyota South Africa, to open a paint manufacturing plant in Prospecton, Durban.
Feb 07, 2005
Several kilometres of Durban’s underground petrol pipelines are to be refurbished in a project worth around R400-million, following the publication of a 2004 report that shows numerous inadequacies by the Sapref and Engen refineries in the maintenance of their...
Feb 04, 2005
* Durban report highlights pipeline problems * Refineries accept that upgrade is neccesary * Environmentalists want network replaced
Feb 04, 2005
Industrial-, specialty- and medical-gases manufacturer Air Liquide Southern Africa is commissioning a nitrogen-production system, known as Floxal, it installed at the Robertson Coop Winery, in the Western Cape.
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