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The largest bitumen distribution fleet south of the Sahara...at your service!

We Provide:

  • Pen grade bitumen
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  • Anionic and cationic emulsions

 

These products are sold in 200l drums or in bulk.

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Microsurfacing system cost effective, environment friendly

By: Donald Makhafola     17th August 2018 Bituminous binders and slurries for road-surfacing specialist manufacturer and applicator Colas South Africa completed 700 000 m² of road reseal for Mogale City local municipality, including several roads in the Krugersdorp Nature Reserve, over the past three years. For the project, which... 

First phase of Kineta soil sampling programme completed

By: Simone Liedtke     30th July 2018 Multiple coherent soil anomalies with coincident artisanal workings have been defined from the first phase of the soil sampling programme at the Kineta project, which is part of Aim-listed IronRidge Resources’ joint venture (JV) agreement with Gail Resources South Africa, in Côte d'Ivoire. The... 

Teck Resources profit beats as higher coal prices offset lower sales volumes

By: Reuters     26th July 2018 Canada's Teck Resources, beat analyst estimates for quarterly profit on Wednesday as higher prices more than offset lower-than-expected sales volume of metallurgical coal. The world's second-biggest exporter of steelmaking coal stuck to its annual coal production forecast of 26-million tonnes to... 

Raubex Infra Brings Faster Connections To Bloemfontein Homes

24th July 2018 As South Africa’s consumers today demand faster and more reliable connectivity for a range of home and home-office uses, Raubex Infra is working with telecommunications operators to roll out the ‘last-mile’ optical fibre cabling to the household. In a recent contract, Raubex Infra’s... 

As crops dry, Malawi turns to solar irrigation

By: Reuters     23rd July 2018 As climate change brings longer droughts, farmers in eastern Malawi's already dry Lake Chilwa basin are seeing an ever-more-frequent disaster: maize wilting or drying completely, leaving families hungry. "In the past many farmers relied on rain-fed agriculture to grow their food," said Edwin... 

Van Dyck Floors reveals another masterpiece - the Mozart Collection

13th July 2018 Every great symphony starts with the perfect composition and when it comes to interior design, Van Dyck Floors has created the masterpiece in carpet tiles – the latest Mozart Collection. This innovative range of darker shaded carpet tiles combines the latest in interior trends with comfort, style... 

Mentis Engineered Non-Slip Floor Grating Gains Traction

10th July 2018 There is a trend away from serrated grating because while it is suitable for some applications, there are others where over an extended period it will no longer provide the underfoot traction required to ensure safety. Floor grating is never a case of one size fits all, and according to Lance... 

Upgraded Main Road 118 brings relief to residents of Oranjemund, Namibia

12th June 2018 VKE Namibia Consulting Engineers, part of the SMEC Group, was contracted by the Namibian Roads Authority to carry out the design work and to supervise the construction phase of the Main Road 118 upgrade. The SMEC Group is a global consultancy delivering engineering excellence, design innovation... 

Suncor production well-positioned for the remainder of the year

By: Simone Liedtke     8th June 2018 Energy company Suncor produced, on average, about 636 000 bbl/d of oil equivalent so far in the second quarter. This follows the completion of major planned turnaround activities and strong production from growth projects. 

Eltherm’s EHT regulates cold, prevents heat loss

8th June 2018 Electrical heat tracing (EHT) can provide significant cost reductions and energy conservation as it regulates temperature ensuring that during uncharacteristically cold days, other costly sources such as flange or gas heaters do not have to be used to compensate for unplanned heat loss, says EHT... 

Ottawa buys Kinder Morgan pipeline, expansion project for C$4.5bn

By: Henry Lazenby     29th May 2018 Ottawa announced on Tuesday that it has reached agreement with pipeline builder and operator Kinder Morgan to buy the existing Trans Mountain pipeline and associated controversial expansion project for C$4.5-billion, in the clearest-yet government signal that the oil expansion project is of... 

Kinder Morgan cleans up Trans Mountain spill as high noon looms

By: Henry Lazenby     29th May 2018 Canadian pipeline operator Kinder Morgan reported on Sunday that it is clearing medium crude blend from the Darfield pump station along the existing Trans Mountain pipeline, near Barriere, British Columbia, after oil spilled early on Sunday morning. Trans Mountain, owned by Kinder Morgan, said in... 

Motheo Construction Group wins Lesedi fuel terminal contract

25th May 2018 Motheo Construction Group has been appointed civil engineering and earthworks contractor for a new fuel-terminal project for Lesedi Local Municipality in Heidelberg, Mpumalanga. The contract was awarded to Motheo Construction Group by Chemie Tech, an EPCM contractor in the oil-and-gas industry,... 

Colas South Africa

25th May 2018 Colas South Africa is a company focused on innovative road surfacing products and technology. A subsidiary of the Bouygues Group, the international Colas Group, headquartered in France, is a world leader in the construction and maintenance of transport infrastructure, operating in 50 countries... 

Oil pipeline plot thickens as British Columbia files Alberta suit over ‘tariff-like’ Act

By: Henry Lazenby     23rd May 2018 A significant disruption in the supply of gasoline, diesel and crude oil from Alberta to British Columbia would cause British Columbia “irreparable harm” and could “injure human health and safety in remote communities”, the provincial government argued in a statement of claim filed in Alberta's... 

Taxpayers federation to seek intervenor status in pipeline, carbon tax lawsuits

By: Henry Lazenby     8th May 2018 The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) will seek standing as an intervenor in two upcoming court reference cases launched by the governments of British Columbia and Saskatchewan. In British Columbia, the provincial government is asking the courts if they have the power to regulate oil shipments,... 

Raubex closes two businesses amid low govt infrastructure spend

By: Anine Kilian     7th May 2018 JSE-listed construction group Raubex has closed two businesses – L&R Civils and Strata Civils – as government spend on infrastructure remains low. Reporting its results for the financial year ended February 28, on Monday, Raubex said challenging market conditions in the South African construction... 

The True Flat Top Floor Grating Is From Mentis

7th May 2018 Not all floor gratings that claim to have a flat top surface actually do, but unfortunately this is something that is commonly misunderstood in the industry and often leads to specifiers and buyers using a product that will not meet the requisite parameters on a project. Grating made from flatbar... 

Canadian feds to intervene in BC reference question

By: Henry Lazenby     4th May 2018 Ottawa announced on Thursday that it will intervene in the constitutional reference case filed by the government of British Columbia under the British Columbia Constitutional Questions Act. “We are confident in Parliament’s jurisdiction and will intervene on the question in order to defend our... 

Are you ready for a drop in temperature?

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd May 2018 Do you have trouble with: Blocked process pipes; Valve and pump seizures; Maintaining heat; Freezing; Crystallized caustic solution; Viscosity? Electrical heat tracing can help prevent downtime this winter. Find out how to get a free assessment of your production process.  

BC govt court case another ‘stall tactic’ to block Trans Mountain expansion – CAPP

By: Henry Lazenby     27th April 2018 A reference court case brought by the environment-focused minority provincial government of British Columbia that seeks a confirmation of the province's constitutional rights to defend against the risks of a bitumen spill has been criticised by Canada’s petroleum producers as “just another stall... 

Teck profit rises on strong copper, zinc price and volume gains

By: Henry Lazenby     24th April 2018 Higher copper and zinc prices and improved copper sales volumes that were driven by higher output, have contributed to lift Canada’s largest diversified miner’s first-quarter profit by 15%, the company announced on Tuesday. Adjusted profit attributable to shareholders, which typically excludes... 

Poll shows divided British Columbia opinions for/against Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion 

By: Henry Lazenby     18th April 2018 A slim majority of Canadians and British Columbians have come forward in favour of the proposed twinning of Kinder Morgan’s diluted bitumen pipeline connecting Canada’s Alberta oil patch with new markets in the Far East, via the West Coast. A new survey conducted by the nonprofit Angus Reid... 

Mathe Group expands tyre recycling facility, despite Redisa demise

By: Irma Venter     9th April 2018 The Mathe Group’s Hammarsdale plant, in KwaZulu-Natal, has quadrupled employment and more than doubled output since coming on stream in 2016, says the tyre recycler. Dr Mehran Zarrebini, head of British investment group PFE International, which is one of the major shareholders in the Mathe Group,... 

CAPP urges feds to ensure Canadian oil, gas benefit from growing global energy demand

By: Henry Lazenby     4th April 2018 Despite surging demand globally for all forms of energy, Canada’s oil and natural gas industry is at risk as the cumulative effect of federal and provincial policies and regulations are fast thinning the country’s market opportunity by thwarting industry growth, competitiveness and market access,... 

Tribunal approves AECI’s R2.27bn buyout of Much Asphalt

By: Simone Liedtke     3rd April 2018 The Competition Tribunal has approved AECI’s proposed acquisition of asphalt manufacturer and supplier Much Asphalt without conditions, despite the merging parties’ vertical relationship. AECI announced in October 2017 that it would acquire Much Asphalt for R2.27-billion. 

Canadian petroleum producers outline four-point plan to combat ailing investor confidence

By: Henry Lazenby     1st March 2018 Rising government costs, the burden of inefficient regulations, and the lack of infrastructure to move Canadian energy to growing markets are undermining investor confidence in Canada, a new report by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) has found. Published earlier this week,... 

Alberta govt accepts olive branch as BC seeks reference case on rights over oil exports 

By: Henry Lazenby     23rd February 2018 The political impasse over the much-needed expansion of crude oil export capacity from Alberta through Canada's West Coast seems to have been temporarily resolved. Alberta, which is host to the bulk of Canada's significant oil reserves, on Thursday said it would suspend a ban on the sale of... 

BC extends provincial flow-through tax credit for a year; resumes fight against Canadian oil

By: Henry Lazenby     21st February 2018 The British Columbia provincial government has released its Budget 2018 plan, confirming that the provincial flow-through exploration tax incentive will be extended for another year until the end of this year. The mining flow-through share programme is seen as critical to reinforcing the... 

M&R committed to deliver sub-Saharan power and water prospects as mega-project era draws to close 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th February 2018 The Power & Water business platform within JSE-listed engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts (M&R) is beginning to shift its attention from Eskom’s two megascale power station projects, in Limpopo and Mpumalanga respectively, to tackling a range of smaller opportunities in various... 

Reuse of road construction materials mitigates road damage 

By: Simone Liedtke     16th February 2018 To eliminate extensive road damage, construction company Wirtgen SA sales manager Waylon Kukard explains that for an environment-friendly rehabilitation of road pavements, existing construction materials need to be fully reused, which significantly reduces material costs. 

Despite reporting a Q4 earnings miss, Teck equity rises on record revenue, cash flow

By: Henry Lazenby     14th February 2018 Canadian diversified miner Teck Resources has reported fourth-quarter headline earnings slightly below analyst expectations, as lower metallurgical coal sales and prices offset metal price improvements in the three-month period to December 31. Adjusted profit attributable to shareholders in the... 

M&R committed to deliver sub-Saharan power and water prospects as mega-project era draws to close 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th February 2018 The Power & Water business platform within JSE-listed engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts (M&R) is beginning to shift its attention from Eskom’s two megascale power station projects, in Limpopo and Mpumalanga respectively, to tackling a range of smaller opportunities in various... 

Lubricants company creates specialist division to drive localisation

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th February 2018 Lubricants specialist FUCHS Lubricants South Africa (FUCHS) and its parent company FUCHS Petrolub SE, based in Germany, have created a Lubritech division to drive a specialisation and localisation agenda.  

Looming 2020 bunker fuel deadline spells trouble for coastal refineries

By: Nadine James     2nd February 2018 South Africa’s three coastal refineries – as well as a significant majority of coastal refineries globally – will definitely miss the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO’s) January 1, 2020 deadline to reduce the sulphur specification in bunker fuel oil (BFO) from 3.5% to 0.5%, says Wright... 

British Columbia further hamstrings oil pipeline development

By: Henry Lazenby     31st January 2018 The coalition British Columbia provincial government has moved the goal post for crude oil pipeline operator Kinder Morgan yet again, adding another hurdle to the seemingly insurmountable legal obstacles that stand in the way of the company twinning its existing pipeline between Alberta's oil... 

Fort Hills Energy LP reports first oil

By: Henry Lazenby     30th January 2018 Lead shareholder and operator of Canada's newest oil sands mine Suncor announced on Monday that the new C$13.5-billion Fort Hills oil sands project, in Alberta, had started secondary extraction on Saturday. Fort Hills, which is located about 90 km north of the country's oil capital, Fort... 

Comar Asphalt Plants Get Even More Mobile

15th January 2018 Leading the local industry in asphalt plants, Gauteng-based Comar has designed a more compact and mobile plant for easier and more economical transportation, as well as quicker set-up time. Already a well-known name among South African asphalt producers, Comar has leveraged its extensive in-house... 

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