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Martin Creamer

Martin Creamer

Martin Creamer is Creamer Media Publishing Editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Moz going downstream with aluminium - Chissano

9th October 2003 Mozambique is taking steps to go downstream with aluminium, president Joachim Chissano revealed yesterday. 

Big new petroleum empowerment deal

2nd October 2003 A white-led petroleum giant and a black-owned petroleum newcomer yesterday applied to the competition authorities for approval to merge their two businesses, Engineering News Online can today report. 

SA company in sea-cleaning and wealth-from-waste JV

29th September 2003 A South African company has become the world’s largest producer of lignin chemicals in a waste-to-wealth joint venture with a Norwegian partner – and helped to improve visibility at one of the top-ten marine divers’ sites at the same time, Engineering News can today report. 

SEA-CHANGE

26th September 2003 A South African company has become the world’s largest producer of lignin chemicals in a waste-to-wealth joint venture with a Norwegian partner – and helped to clean up one of the top-ten marine divers’ sites at the same time, Engineering News can today report. 

Platinum No 2 climbs the resources ladder

15th September 2003 The world’s second-largest platinum company has increased its resources base fivefold in five years. 

Billion-rand power station refurb

11th August 2003 South Africa’s second-oldest power station on Friday officially launched a billion-rand refurbishing programme. 

Mxolisi Mgojo, Eyesizwe Coal

8th August 2003 Full name: Mxolisi Mgojo Position: Head of marketing, Eyesizwe Coal, since 2001 Main activity of the company: Coal-mining Date and place of birth: May 25, 1960, Durban, Kwazulu-Natal Education: Cambridge High, Massachusetts, US, diploma June 1977; North Eastern University, Boston, US, BSc... 

World’s largest lignin chemicals producer

18th July 2003 South Africa has become the world’s largest producer of lignin chemicals, Engineering News can today report. 

World’s biggest lignin plant opens in South Africa

7th July 2003 A South African-Norwegian joint venture on Friday became the world’s largest single producer of special lignin chemical when Trade and Industry Minister Alec Erwin officially opened the R350-million expansion of Lignotech South Africa’s new plant in Kwazulu-Natal. 

R400m capital expenditure is under way at paper mill

4th July 2003 A R400-million capital expenditure programme is under way at the Ngodwana pulp-and-paper mill in Mpumalanga, Engineering News can today exclusively report. 

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