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Safer tailings storage facilities can be achieved − SRK

30th March 2020 Safer tailings storage facilities (TSFs) – or tailings dams – can be achieved when mine owners, contractors and engineering consultants work closely together, says SRK Consulting senior geotechnical engineer Linda Spies. Speaking after a recent Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy... 

In-house renewable energy could be a boon for South African mines, says SRK

7th February 2020 With their recent profitability buoyed by price improvements in certain commodities, some South African miners may consider investing part of their windfall gains to create their own renewable energy generating capacity, and according to consultancy SRK Consulting director and principal... 

Hydropedology focus added to water use licence consideration

20th September 2019 Growing awareness around the importance of wetlands is prompting the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) to request specialist hydropedological studies from companies applying for water use licences under certain conditions. Hydropedology – the study of the interaction between soils and... 

Economic assessment shows positive NPV of $285m for Giyani's Botswana project

15th August 2019 A preliminary economic assessment (PEA), undertaken by consultants SRK Consulting, has shown a positive net present value (NPV) of $285-million for TSX-V- and Frankfurt-listed Giyani Metals' K.Hill manganese project, in Botswana. Giyani will have to invest about $141.3-million in capital... 
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Kibo advancing assets despite Covid-19 related delays

Multi-asset energy company Kibo Energy is continuing to advance its portfolio of assets during the “unprecedented time” of the global fight against Covid-19, which is creating a changing landscape and creating lasting implications that are still unknown at this stage. It is within this context... 
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