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Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer is the Editor of Engineering News and a Deputy Editor for Mining Weekly.

He also has editorial responsibility for and Creamer Media's Research Channel Africa.

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Restructuring of Scaw into three standalone entities at an advanced stage

31st July 2017 South Africa’s State-owned Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) announced on Monday that the restructuring of its steel subsidiary Scaw Metals into three standalone entities was at an advanced stage, as were plans to secure strategic equity partners (SEPs) for each of the units. Speaking at... 

Names of all IDC clients, including politically exposed people, now being made public

31st July 2017 The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has officially started to publish, on its website, the identities of all of its clients, including those officially identified as politically exposed people (PEPs). This disclosure affects all of the State-owned development finance institution’s... 

Hulisani ‘encouraged’ by moves to restore IPP policy certainty

28th July 2017 The head of a black-managed and led JSE-listed energy investment company says he is encouraged by the framework outlined by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba for re-establishing policy certainty for the electricity sector and for independent power producers (IPPs). IPPs have been left in limbo since... 

Finalisation of ‘lowest cost’ IRP included in growth action plan

28th July 2017 The finalisation of the “lowest cost” Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) for electricity has been included in a list of energy-related interventions unveiled by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba as part of ‘Government’s Inclusive Growth Action Plan’ published earlier this month. Likewise, the National... 

Clean energy’s global investment share grew to record 43% in 2016

28th July 2017 The share of clean-energy spending rose to a record 43% of total energy-related investment in 2016, the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) yearly World Energy Investment report shows. Global energy investment fell by 12% to $1.7-trillion last year, the second consecutive year of decline.... 

Undocumented capture?

28th July 2017 Arguably one of the most telling statements made at last week’s Eskom results presentation was the public assurance given by interim CEO Johnny Dladla that “no decision would, in future, be taken outside the executive committee meetings. “Whatever decision is taken, it will be a decision that is... 

Eskom tariffs in AMSA’s action plan crosshairs as losses spike

27th July 2017 Steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) will approach the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) directly with a request for discounted electricity tariffs as part of a multi-pronged business sustainability action plan unveiled after the JSE-listed group slumped to a... 

No local-content verification of Transnet locomotives conducted yet, SABS confirms

26th July 2017 The South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) has confirmed with Engineering News Online that it has not conducted any verification of local content in the 1 064 locomotives being acquired by Transnet and that it also does not have an agreement with Transnet to do so. Transnet awarded the... 

South Africa’s ‘accelerating’ SOE-guarantee exposure a risk to debt sustainability

24th July 2017 Rising contingent liabilities in State-owned enterprises (SOEs), together with the recent ratings downgrades pose the main risks to South Africa’s debt sustainability, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) cautions in its fifth and latest economic survey of the country.... 

CSP engineering specialist optimistic of technology’s inclusion in new IRP

24th July 2017 Global engineering and technology group SENER, which is active in three concentrated solar power (CSP) projects in South Africa, is optimistic that South Africa’s updated Integrated Resources Plan (IRP) will include an allocation for CSP, despite the technology’s exclusion from the draft Base... 


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