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Design And Build Of New 12,000m³ Reservoir For Namwater At Rundu, Namibia

     Updated 29 minutes ago Work is progressing well on the new 12,000 m³ reservoir and associated pipework on Namibia’s northern-most border with Angola. Progress is over 60% and completion is expected to be well in advance of the contractual completion date of 12 April 2018. The design and construction of the reservoir –... 

City of Cape Town's water supply augmentation process 'not cancelled'

By: News24Wire      Updated 2 hours 42 minutes ago The City of Cape Town has announced on Monday that its emergency augmentation programme to increase the supply of water in the drought-stricken metro has not been cancelled as reported in the media. "Contrary to allegations emerging over the weekend, the City of Cape Town's augmentation programme... 

BHP’s entry into nickel sulphate ‘well timed’, cobalt sulphate may be next

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     Updated 5 hours ago Mining major BHP is reviewing the timing of its Stage 2 nickel sulphate plant at the Kwinana refinery, in Western Australia, on the back of high demand. BHP Nickel West asset president Eduard Haegel said on Tuesday that potential customer visits had confirmed that the company’s entry into the... 

Sending right economic signals key to integration of distributed energy resources

By: Terence Creamer     16th October 2017 The transition from centralised electricity systems to ones that increasingly comprise both large-scale centralised resources and distributed energy resources (DERs) is under way globally. However, to successfully manage the shift will depend substantially on sending the right economic signals, a... 

Design And Build Of New 12,000m³ Reservoir For Namwater At Rundu, Namibia

     16th October 2017 Work is progressing well on the new 12,000 m³ reservoir and associated pipework on Namibia’s northern-most border with Angola. Progress is over 60% and completion is expected to be well in advance of the contractual completion date of 12 April 2018. The design and construction of the reservoir –... 

Identifying New Energy Markets In Africa

     16th October 2017 The population in Africa is growing with an expected 6% annual increase in demand for electricity, but the deficit in access to energy in Africa is a severe constraint to growth, development and productivity - on a scale that restricts Africa’s ability to compete effectively in the global... 

Philippines' Duterte lifts suspension on gold miner Lepanto

By: Reuters     16th October 2017 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has lifted an eight-month suspension order on gold miner Lepanto Consolidated Mining Co, among more than two dozen companies ordered halted by a sacked minister who led an environmental crackdown. Lepanto, which also mines copper and silver, was among 26... 

SA weighs market opportunities as utility-scale battery storage prospects improve

By: Mia Breytenbach     13th October 2017 Following the release of an energy storage technoeconomic study, ‘The South Africa Energy Storage Technology and Market Assessment’, advocating that South Africa requires market preparation to take advantage of growth opportunities in the stationary and mobility value chains of energy storage,... 

PotashCorp completes Rocanville expansion

By: Henry Lazenby     13th October 2017 Canadian potash major Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan has completed an expansion at its Rocanville operation, more than doubling capacity and the work force to become the world’s largest potash mine. The $3-billion investment lifted the mine’s nameplate capacity to 6.5-million operation, up... 

Bitcoins – a quick way to lose it all

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     13th October 2017 We all know that there IS a thing called a bitcoin. All over the show, there are stories about bitcoin investors who are now millionaires. What is the truth? A little story: Tim and I were working at a mining camp in the Congo. The mining camp was dry; no alcohol permitted. We followed the rules... 

Construction of Mombasa container terminal second phase to begin 2018

By: John Muchira     13th October 2017 Construction of the second phase of a modern container terminal in Kenya's port city of Mombasa is set to start in January as the country seeks to cement its position as East Africa’s transport and logistics hub. This comes after the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) secured a $333.7-million loan from... 

JV brings suspension products closer to market

By: Robyn Wilkinson     13th October 2017 A new joint venture (JV) – National Spring Manufacturers – between Italian suspension products provider Mollebalestra and local auto spring manufacturer Golden Spring & Engineering Services was launched last month, boosting the availability of the international brand and creating employment... 

Italian manufacturer remains committed to quality

By: Robyn Wilkinson     13th October 2017 Despite growing competition in the South African geyser market and the generally depressed economic state of the country, global thermic comfort solutions provider Ariston Thermo Group has continued to achieve constant growth in the local market because of its high-quality products, says Ariston... 

Population increase outstrips water infrastructure

By: Nica Schreuder     13th October 2017 With South Africa’s population rapidly increasing in the past 60 years, water scarcity and a lack of adequate infrastructure continue to be of concern, says water components supplier African Pipes, Valves and Fittings director Ben Levitas. In the past, the traditional way of increasing to... 

SA weighs market opportunities as utility-scale battery storage prospects improve

By: Mia Breytenbach     13th October 2017 Following the release of an energy storage techno-economic study ‘The South Africa Energy Storage Technology and Market Assessment’, advocating that South Africa requires market preparation to take advantage of growth opportunities in the stationary and mobility value chains of energy storage,... 

Hybrid solar systems punted as the way forward for sub-Saharan Africa mines

By: Dylan Slater     13th October 2017 Factors such as limited and unreliable energy transmission and distribution grids, across many countries in sub-Saharan Africa, have created a dependency among large industrial and mining houses on diesel and heavy fuel oil (HFO) to provide a reliable energy supply, says renewable-energy... 

V&A Waterfront Silo district project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     13th October 2017 The project has been completed. 

West White Rose project, Canada

By: Sheila Barradas     13th October 2017 Husky Energy, Nalcor Energy and Suncor Energy aim to build a fixed wellhead platform tied back to the SeaRose floating production, storage and offloading vessel.  

Duqm refinery, Oman

By: Sheila Barradas     13th October 2017 The project entails the construction of a high-efficiency refinery to produce naphtha, jet fuel, diesel and liquefied petroleum gas. 

Thalanga delivers first concentrates

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     11th October 2017 The Thalanga zinc project, in Queensland, has delivered its first zinc concentrate one month after the start of processing. ASX-listed Red River Resources on Wednesday told shareholders that the first two loads of zinc concentrates, amounting to some 150 t, left site on Tuesday for delivery to a... 

Helmuth Ludwig, Siemens’ Global Head of Information Technology, Highlights Joint Development Projects with Bentley Systems at Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference

     11th October 2017 Shares updates about joint development activities to advance product, production and performance “digital twins” In his keynote at Bentley’s annual event for sharing thought leadership relevant to infrastructure design, construction, and operations, Helmuth Ludwig, Global Head of Information... 

Energy Minister Kubayi denies her secondment of Zulu to fuel fund was illegal

By: African News Agency      10th October 2017 Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi on Tuesday told MPs she had no doubt about the legality of her secondment of former director general Thabane Zulu to the Strategic Fuel Fund as its acting chief executive officer, but stopped short of assuring them it had been approved by the board of the entity.... 

Transforming V&A's grain silos into Africa's largest contemporary art museum

By: Kim Cloete     6th October 2017 After four years of cutting, carving and engineering what at times seemed near impossible, the V&A Waterfront’s giant, historic grain silo has been transformed into the world’s largest museum dedicated to contemporary art from Africa. In an architectural and engineering feat, the nearly... 

Manufacturer strives to meet industry demands

By: Nica Schreuder     6th October 2017 With demand for pump efficiency prevalent in the past five to ten years, industrial equipment supplier Rand Transmission South Africa (SA) has changed and aligned its product range to meet market requirements and demands. Despite Rand Transmission South Africa’s products only accounting for... 

Transforming V&A’s grain silos into Africa’s largest contemporary art museum

By: Kim Cloete     6th October 2017 After four years of cutting, carving and engineering what at times seemed near impossible, the V&A Waterfront’s giant, historic grain silo has been transformed into the world’s largest museum dedicated to contemporary art from Africa. In an architectural and engineering feat, the nearly... 

Closed steel mill discovering new life as an industrial park

By: Mia Breytenbach     6th October 2017 Following the implementation of the business strategy to convert Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium complex, in Mpumalanga, into an industrial park, the park is capitalising on its strategic location, says Highveld Industrial Park CFO Andrew Maralack. Highveld Industrial Park is situated close to... 

Companies to benefit from work apparel innovation

By: Simone Liedtke     6th October 2017 Ongoing innovation in fabric manufacturing has led to greater durability and flexibility in the material used for work apparel, and companies need to ensure that workers wear such apparel consistently and correctly to benefit from these innovations, says personal protective equipment (PPE)... 

‘Virtual’ gas network expands offering to firms within 300 km of Joburg

By: Dylan Slater     6th October 2017 Through a rapidly expanding gas distribution network, gas supplier Virtual Gas Network is presenting the energy industry with lower energy costs and improved profitability, while also enabling energy producers and consumers to move towards meeting cleaner emissions targets.  

Eaton aiming to grow share in African utility market

By: Schalk Burger     6th October 2017 Electrical components and systems company Eaton aims to grow in the utility, commercial buildings and mining sectors in Africa by replicating the success of its power quality business, says Eaton Africa Sales Director Malvin Naicker. Eaton is focused on providing high-quality technical support... 

Biometrics security risks lie in data vulnerability

By: Schalk Burger     6th October 2017 The use of biometrics is growing in the financial services sector, making the security of the technology behind these mechanisms increasingly important. For financial institutions the primary goal of digitisation is making banking simpler and more intuitive for customers, says networking company... 

Sustainability roadmap

By: Terence Creamer     6th October 2017 Restoring good governance at Eskom is undoubtedly the most pressing priority for the State-owned utility and arguably among the top five current priorities for government itself. Absent an extraordinary recovery in the group’s credibility, the prevailing trust deficit between Eskom and society... 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, Lesotho and South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     6th October 2017 The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority has reported that the start of construction works on Phase II is only a few months away. 

Tornio Manga liquefied natural gas terminal, Finland

By: Sheila Barradas     6th October 2017 Manga LNG is building reception, unloading and bunkering facilities, a vapourising facility, as well as storage facilities at the Tornio terminal. 

Tortue liquefied natural gas development, Mauritania and Senegal

By: Sheila Barradas     6th October 2017 BP and Kosmos Energy plan to produce vast volumes of gas from the Tortue gasfield, which contains more tha 15-trillion cubic feet of recoverable gas. 

Kikori Energy Hub, Papua New Guinea

By: Sheila Barradas     6th October 2017 The Western pipeline project aims to connect oil- and gasfields in the country’s western provinces to the coast for export.  

Fourth Industrial Revolution prioritises innovation – Davies

By: Keith Campbell     5th October 2017 Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies has highlighted the challenges being posed to the South African economy, and especially industry, by what is called the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0. He was delivering the keynote address at the sixth Council for Scientific and Industrial... 

Magnis gathers US funds for downstream development

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     5th October 2017 A global consortium, in which ASX-listed Magnis Resources holds a major stake, has been awarded funding of $13.5-million from the state of New York to develop the region’s first lithium-ion gigafactory. In May, Magnis entered into a joint manufacturing establishment agreement to develop a 15 GWh... 

IMIvault Simplifies POPI Compliance

     5th October 2017 Large enterprises needing to store virtually unlimited amounts of customer data can simplify their Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act compliance with IMIvault from Archer Digital.   This indexed and searchable client data cache service helps ensure POPI compliance with its storage of... 

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