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R2.7bn approved for Gloria project – Assore

By: Martin Creamer     7th September 2018 Capital expenditure (capex) of R2.7-billion has been approved for the modernisation and optimisation of Assmang’s Gloria Manganese Mine at Black Rock in the Northern Cape, Assore CEO Charles Walters told Mining Weekly Online on Thursday. Assore owns 50% of Assmang, which it controls jointly with... 

Geismar 3 methanol project, US

By: Sheila Barradas     7th September 2018 Methanex Corporation is building a third methanol plant at the Geismar site, in Louisiana. 

Anglo American Platinum chooses WSA for cost-efficient environmental compliance

27th August 2018 Anglo American Platinum has signed a contract for Topsoe’s world-leading Wet gas Sulfuric Acid (WSA) sulfur emissions control technology for their platinum smelter facility in Polokwane, South Africa. The WSA technology ensures compliance with environmental regulations and offers a perfect match... 

White oil products storage terminal, Ethiopia

By: Sheila Barradas     24th August 2018 Ethiopian Petroleum Supply Enterprise plans to build the country’s biggest white oil products storage terminal. 

Erudite adopts a fresh approach to transformation 

By: Nadine James     3rd August 2018 Becoming a sustainable and relevant mining industry service provider requires a genuine effort to meet and address issues of localisation and transformation, while fostering local partnerships to develop extractive projects in African countries, suggests engineering, procurement and construction... 

AECOM is well-positioned for oil-and-gas project boom in East Africa

28th June 2018 The oil-and-gas sector in East Africa is on the verge of a major boom, as various infrastructure projects are either kicking off, or are in the final design stages, according to AECOM Uganda Managing Director Bridget Ssamula. Global oil-and-gas companies have set up offices, and some are... 

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,... 

Navigating challenges in a rapidly changing energy and resources market

3rd May 2018 Recovering commodity prices, renewed optimism in the mining sector, and diversified ownership of Tier 1 mining companies are opening up opportunities for emerging and junior miners to enter the industry. CEO of WorleyParsons RSA, Denver Dreyer, explains how the professional services company can... 

Inclusive infrastructure development impact – leading the charge, changing the mindset

23rd April 2018 The Bigen Group, a recognised infrastructure development activist with a reputable 46-year footprint throughout Africa, is leading the charge in infrastructure development inclusivity by empowering the women of Africa.... 

Growing Presence In Coal Grows B&E International’s Capabilities

13th April 2018 Raubex Group company B&E International’s 15 years of experience in coal today places it in the top rung of crushing and screening specialists in this competitive segment of mining, according to director of operations Sandile Mazibuko. “Our expertise – developed mainly in hard rock mining and... 

Aittaluoto combined heat and power plant, Finland

By: Sheila Barradas     23rd March 2018 Pori Energia Oyis replacing some of the boiler capacity at Aittaluoto. 

Pöyry awarded EPCM services assignment for expansion investment of Agnico Eagle Finland gold mine in Kittilä, Finland

22nd March 2018 Agnico Eagle Finland Oy has awarded Pöyry with the Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) assignment for the expansion investment of the Kittilä gold mine. The assignment includes services for the gold mine expansion project that will be carried out between 2018 and 2021. The... 

Junior projects lighting bright path into Africa for ‘search and solve’ group

By: Martin Creamer     26th January 2018 Motor and controls manufacturer Zest WEG Group, which designs, manufactures, markets and installs electrical products and solutions across the full electrical spectrum, is achieving great success with its new specially crafted ‘pavement pounding, search and solve’ business model that ensures... 

Fluor secures Vopak EPCM contract for Durban fuel storage terminal

By: Creamer Media Reporter      11th December 2017 Vopak Terminal Durban has awarded NYSE-listed Fluor Corporation an engineering, procurement and construction management contract to deliver the Vopak Growth 4 Project, in Durban. The project forms part of Vopak’s expansion programme to increase the capacity of fuel storage at its Durban terminal... 

Triton shortlists two EPC contractors to spearhead Ancuabe construction

By: Samantha Herbst     27th November 2017 ASX-listed graphite developer Triton Minerals has shortlisted engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) companies Sinosteel Equipment & Engineering and MCC International as potential EPC contractors for its Mozambique-based Ancuabe graphite project. Triton announced on Monday... 

Gwadar East Bay expressway, Pakistan

By: Sheila Barradas     10th November 2017 An engineering, procurement and construction management contract for the Gwadar East Bay expressway project has been signed. 

Parnis Completes E-Houses For African Mine

9th October 2017 An established track record for quality manufacture resulted in Parnis Manufacturing securing a contract to fabricate modular electrical houses (E-House) destined for a mine in Africa. The continued trend to make use of E-Houses has seen a marked increase in the demand for a company that can... 

Fluor Igoda awarded five-year SAPREF services contract

24th August 2017 Fluor Igoda Projects (Pty) Ltd, an engineering, procurement, project and construction management (EPCM) services company, was awarded a five-year contract by SAPREF (South African Petroleum Refiners (Pty) Ltd) for the provision of professional services and resources. The contract commenced in... 

Engineering active transformation

10th July 2017 Bluhm Burton Engineering attracts Black Economic Empowerment partner, Agile Capital. Established in 1990, Bluhm Burton Engineering (BBE), is internationally recognised as a world leader in mine ventilation and cooling systems. Being a ‘proudly’ South African company, and acknowledging the needs... 

AECOM helps Gibela facility achieve 500 000 LTI-free hours

1st June 2017 The Gibela Rail Transport Consortium train manufacturing facility at Dunnottar in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, achieved 500 000 LTI-free (lost time free) injuries late last year. This is largely due to the expert health and safety advice provided to the client and contractor pool by AECOM. AECOM... 

WorleyParsons RSA is successfully rolling out Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) programme

29th May 2017 South Africa faces a myriad of socio-economic challenges from poverty to inequality. Project delivery and engineering consultancy WorleyParsons RSA understands that the creation of employment can contribute towards addressing these challenges, and that businesses serve a critical role in driving... 

Agile Capital acquires significant equity in Bluhm Burton

29th May 2017 As a key PE player in the local market, Agile Capital actively targets investments that offer the ability to assert meaningful change. “We pursue opportunities across diverse sectors and consequently hold a broad portfolio spanning a wide range of industries,” notes Tshego Sefolo, CEO: Agile... 

Transforming South Africa’s engineering sector

24th February 2017 Project delivery company WorleyParsons is collaborating with small- and medium-sized black-owned enterprises to jointly deliver services in the mining, water, energy and infrastructure sectors, says WorleyParsons RSA, CEO Denver Dreyer. “As part of our unwavering commitment to transformation, we... 

Company celebrates success in gas markets

3rd February 2017 Engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services company Fluor Igoda Projects is celebrating ten successful years of undertaking capital projects in the oil, gas and chemicals markets in South Africa. 

Improving Screens For Better Bottom Lines

16th January 2017 Working closely with mines to ensure optimal designs for vibrating screens and feeders gives Kwatani the opportunity to constantly improve products by applying the latest technology. Kwatani, previously known as Joest Kwatani, is one of the largest OEMs producing custom engineered vibratory... 

Sibanye Gold’s tailings project launch likely 'in next six months'  

By: Martin Creamer     14th December 2016 Sibanye Gold will probably launch its West Rand Tailings Retreatment Project (WRTRP) in the next six months. The WRTRP, which aims to recover 11-million ounces of gold, 170-million pounds of uranium, as well as sulphuric acid from 1.3-billion tonnes of tailings, offers 35 years of mine life, 5... 

SA construction firms taking strain – study

By: Irma Venter     25th November 2016 The global multidisciplinary construction industry has been under growing pressure and the situation is no different in South Africa, says a Frost & Sullivan study, titled ‘Analysis of the South African Multidisciplinary Construction Industry within an African Context’. The study looked at the... 

Fluor Igoda Projects (Pty) Ltd celebrates 10 years milestone

23rd November 2016 Fluor Igoda Projects (Pty) Ltd, an engineering, procurement, project and construction management (EPCM) services company, is celebrating 10 successful years of undertaking capital projects in the oil, gas and chemicals markets in South Africa. “During the past decade, we have worked on more than... 

Multidisciplinary construction industry sees sharp drop in market cap

By: Irma Venter     14th November 2016 The global multidisciplinary construction industry has been under growing pressure and the situation is no different in South Africa, says a Frost & Sullivan study, titled ‘Analysis of the South African Multidisciplinary Construction Industry within an African Context’. The study looked at the... 

Lake Charles is value accretive in the long term

21st October 2016 Despite the announcement in August revising the cost estimate of its Lake Charles chemicals project (LCCP) by about $2.9-billion, South African petrochemicals giant Sasol remains confident that the project is value accretive to shareholders in the long term. The project, located adjacent to... 

Weba Chute Systems Leverages Expertise On Skouries Project

19th September 2016 Weba Chute Systems, known for challenging the boundaries in transfer point technology, has leveraged its in-depth applications knowledge and know-how to engineer an innovative bifurcated chute system for Eldorado Gold’s Skouries Project. The bifurcated chute is one of nine transfer point... 

Sasol takes steps to contain Louisiana project costs below revised $11bn estimate

By: Creamer Media Reporter      23rd August 2016 Energy and chemicals group Sasol is implementing several changes at its Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP), in Louisiana, in the US, to ensure that the project has “a good probability” of being completed within the revised $11-billion capital cost guidance. The group in March initiated a... 

Sibanye firming up funding for gold-from-dumps project 

By: Martin Creamer     8th August 2016 Sibanye Gold is far advanced with plans to recover gold, uranium and sulphuric acid in a phased manner. Sibanye VP Grant Stuart says the West Rand Tailings Retreatment Project (WRTRP) defines the creation of superior value for all stakeholders, creates jobs and is environmentally responsible. 

Advisian engages with clients to create greater value

22nd July 2016 The South African operation of WorleyParsons’ global consulting business, Advisian, has experienced notable growth since its launch less than a year ago with its initial office of five members expanding to close to 100 in an effort to service the needs of clients and deliver expert strategic and... 

Methionine plant complex project, Singapore

By: Sheila Barradas     15th July 2016 The plant will be built next to the existing Evonik methionine plant. 

Average capex overrun for mining companies hits 37% – EDC study

By: Simon Rees     20th June 2016 The average cost overrun for mining projects studied by Export Development Canada (EDC) has reached 37% over the capital expenditure (capex) budgeted, EDC managing principal Tin Lwin told an audience at a recent meeting of the Canadian Institute of Mining’s Management and Economics Society in... 

BASF alcohol and plasticisers facility revamp, US

By: Sheila Barradas     10th June 2016 The project involves the revamp of an alcohol and plasticisers facility in Pasadena to produce Palatinol diethylhexyl terephthalate. 

EPCM contractor selected for $5.3bn Oyu Tolgoi underground mine

By: Mariaan Webb     8th June 2016 Global engineering group Jacobs Engineering has been awarded the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract for the $5.3-billion Oyu Tolgoi underground mine development, in Mongolia, paving the way for construction to get under way. Copper and gold mining company Oyu... 

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