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Safety, environmental factors top risks facing oil and gas sector

6th December 2013 Health, safety and environmental factors rank as the greatest risks facing the oil and gas industries, a study by EY has shown. The report, titled ‘Business Pulse: Exploring the dual perspectives of the top ten risks and opportunities in 2013 and Beyond’, surveyed industry executives from oil and... 

Leading edge design heads for South Africa

27th November 2013 The details of Africa’s first international design fair have been unveiled in Cape Town, with the event expected to be one of the key events marking the city’s year as World Design Capital 2014. The international design GUILD fair, which will be held from February 27 to March 9, will bring... 

Safety, enviro factors top risks facing oil and gas sector – EY

26th November 2013 Health, safety and environmental factors rank as the greatest risks facing the oil and gas industries, a study by EY has shown. The report, titled ‘Business Pulse; Exploring the dual perspectives of the top 10 risks and opportunities in 2013 and Beyond’, surveyed industry executives from oil and... 

Client demand underpinning global green-building growth

1st November 2013 The construction of green buildings has taken off globally, with the industry worth about $100-billion and doubling every three years. World Green Building Council chairperson Rick Fedrizzi has noted that both client demand and market demand were propelling the industry’s growth, as companies... 

Denmark blows some power into SA’s wind industry

18th October 2013 Denmark, which is working closely with South Africa on its wind energy programme, believes the African country can become the hub of wind power in Africa. South Africa's wind energy industry is rapidly gaining momentum, with numerous wind farms being developed and 250 turbines currently under... 

Suppliers seek clarity on future local-content requirements for renewables

18th October 2013 Foreign companies supplying the South African wind energy industry have called for more clarity on the procurement requirements for future rounds of the government’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP). The requirement for local content was steeply... 

Global wind energy powers ahead

18th October 2013 The global wind energy industry is looking very healthy, with wind-generated power growing faster than any other renewable-energy technology in 2012, climbing by 19% to 283 GW, delegates attending the WINDaba conference and exhibition in Cape Town have heard. The US pipped China to the post for... 

Green building takes off globally

17th October 2013 The construction of green buildings has taken off globally, with the industry worth about $100-billion and doubling every three years. World Green Building Council chairperson Rick Fedrizzi has noted that both client demand and market demand were propelling the industry’s growth, as companies... 

Denmark blows some power into SA’s wind industry

26th September 2013 Denmark, which is working closely with South Africa on its wind energy programme, believes the African country can become the hub of wind power in Africa. South Africa's wind energy industry is rapidly gaining momentum, with numerous wind farms being developed and 250 turbines currently under... 

Suppliers seek clarity on future REIPPPP local-content requirements

26th September 2013 Foreign companies supplying the South African wind energy industry have called for more clarity on the procurement requirements for future rounds of the government’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP). The requirement for local content was steeply... 

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