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Cape Town reveals sites of proposed new water desalination plants

By: News24Wire      18th August 2017 Cape Town's Granger Bay, Hout Bay and Dido Bay may soon be home to three proposed new desalination plants that the city intends commissioning to make extra drinking water for its residents and visitors, according to tender documents issued this week. Earlier on Thursday Cape Town Mayor Patricia... 

Electrical Power Generation 101

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     18th August 2017 A few things we should possibly all know if we wish to talk about energy. The national grid is not a energy storage dam. What goes into the grid comes out of the grid very shortly, almost instantaneously. Thus, the amount of power generated matches the amount of power used, apart of losses due to... 

Chicago Pneumatic provides vital continuous energy supply for new luxury residential development in Dubai

     15th August 2017 Fourteen tough and reliable stationary generators from Chicago Pneumatic are providing the essential power required for the construction of a luxury residential development besides the Dubai Water Canal. The order was secured by authorised Chicago Pneumatic distributor German-Gulf Enterprises... 

British mineral explorer in Africa lists in London

By: Reuters     10th August 2017 A British explorer for mineral resources in Africa will on Thursday become the first venture of its kind to be listed on London's Aim market for growing companies, its CEO said. Following the recovery of the mining sector from a commodity price crash in 2015/16, a handful of new companies have... 

South Africa grows share of global nuclear medicine market

     4th August 2017 Following the exit of a Canadian producer of key medical radioisotope molybdenum-99 (Mo-99), South African company NTP Radioisotopes has stepped into the supply gap and increased its global market share.   The global nuclear medicine market, which includes radioisotopes and medical equipment, was... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     4th August 2017 The project continues to closely manage contractor productivity. 

Glencore asks Australia to focus on economy before climate deal

By: Bloomberg     2nd August 2017 Australia may need to consider delaying its goals to combat global climate change in order to prioritise energy security and economic prosperity, according to a senior executive at Glencore. The country’s emerging energy crisis, in conjunction with government-imposed clean-energy targets, has... 

Here we are . . .

By: Riaan de Lange     28th July 2017 Born to be kings. We're the princes of the universe. These are the opening lyrics of British rock band Queen’s 1986 song, Princes of the Universe, and they resonate with me as my car grinds to a halt and I step outside to appreciate the most glorious view I have ever beheld. As to where I am . .... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     28th July 2017 Eskom is focusing on maintaining momentum of construction progress on Units 4 to 1. 

Zero waste to Landfill

     24th July 2017 By Marilize Worst – Managing Director, SmartMatta Why Local Innovation is Key to Future Environmental Sustainability  

Silver Lake reports strong production performance

By: Mariaan Webb     21st July 2017 Gold miner Silver Lake lifted its June quarter gold production by 37% quarter-on-quarter to 46 393 oz, taking full-year output to 148 244 oz – a 5% improvement on the previous year’s production performance. The company, which mines gold in the Mount Monger region of Western Australia, sold 37... 

Computational fluid dynamic simulation in steam and power generation plants

By: Nica Schreuder     21st July 2017 Numerical modelling of bulk processes using computer-based models provides a quicker and more beneficial method than manual calculations for complex steam generation systems 

First Cut and NitraLife form a ‘clean cut’ partnership to provide on-site, on-demand nitrogen to the laser-cutting industry

     20th July 2017 Nitrogen is all around us and makes up the majority of the air we breathe. But for the laser cutting and fabrication sectors, high-purity nitrogen is essential as it is used to clear molten metal from the point of cutting. An important factor in this process is that – as an alternative to oxygen... 

Elon Musk exposes deep coal divide in energy-hit Australia

By: Bloomberg     14th July 2017 Elon Musk’s intervention in Australia’s energy crisis is widening a divide over the future of coal. The billionaire Tesla Inc. founder, who has promised to help solve an Australian state’s clean energy obstacles, sees no place for the fossil fuel. That conflicts with the national government’s... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     14th July 2017 Eskom signed a loan agreement with the China Development Bank, which will form part of the funding for the Medupi power plant. 

New thermodynamic cycle to disrupt the renewables landscape

By: Robyn Wilkinson     14th July 2017 Thermodynamic technology developer Heat Recovery Micro Systems owner Johan Enslin will introduce a disruptive new avenue for renewable-energy generation that can significantly lower electricity costs for power utilities and smaller decentralised power generating systems at this year’s POWER-GEN &... 

New variable-speed drive showcased at European expo

     14th July 2017 Last month multinational industrial machinery manufacturer Voith exhibited power industry  solutions at the POWER-GEN Europe 2017 conference and exhibition, and  one of the main features was its new variable speed drive (VSD), the VECO-Drive, intended to enhance the efficiency of rotating... 

Pipeline expansion project completed in February

     14th July 2017 In February, high-end and specialised equipment supplier Energas Technologies announced that it had completed a commission to design and supply a mobile heater skid to a budgeted $210-million pipeline expansion project. The project was commissioned by engineering firm VGI Consulting Africa, on... 

Snowy Mountains Scheme 2.0 project, Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     14th July 2017 The project proposes the expansion of the pumped-storage scheme, its first expansion since the hydropower plant was completed in 1974. 

Štvanice and Veletov hydroelectric power plant projects, Czech Republic

By: Sheila Barradas     14th July 2017 The project involves the refurbishment of the Štvanice and Veletov hydroelectric power plants. 

Transition Metals options BC-based Homathko gold project to Shamrock Enterprises

By: Henry Lazenby     7th July 2017 Project generator Transition Metals has optioned its Homathko project, in British Columbia, to junior mining company Shamrock Enterprises. According to information provided by Transition, the property hosts high-grade gold occurrences and consists of staked claims covering 2 986 ha, which are... 

Kenya set to build three industrial megaparks

By: John Muchira     7th July 2017 Kenya has embarked on the construction of three industrial megaparks in an effort to attract investors and spur growth in the struggling manufacturing sector. The East African nation, which has lost its manufacturing competitive edge to Ethiopia, plans to build the megaparks as part of the Kenya... 

New solution available in SA

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     30th June 2017 US-based safe water disinfection company MIOX, a Johnson Matthey company, designs and manufactures on-site chemical generators, which are an alternative solution to using hazardous chemicals, and its many benefits can be applied positively in South Africa, suggests MIOX senior applications... 

Richards Bay dry bulk terminal commissions harbour cranes

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     29th June 2017 Two 144 t mobile harbour cranes [MHC], moved from Maydon Wharf, in Durban, to the Richards Bay dry bulk terminal [DBT] have been fully commissioned, Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) said on Thursday. The move entailed lifting the MHCs with the help of heavy lift gear cranes. This was followed by a... 

North American Palladium secures option on Transition Metals’ Sunday Lake discovery

By: Henry Lazenby     22nd June 2017 Pure play palladium producer North American Palladium (NAP) has signed a definitive option agreement with project generator Transition Metals and its joint venture (JV) partner Impala Platinum (Implats) to earn up to a 75% stake in the Sunday Lake project, located near Thunder Bay, Ontario. The... 

Mitsubishi Hitachi, Sumitomo ink ¥38bn power plant deal with Tunisian company

By: Creamer Media Reporter      21st June 2017 Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) and Sumitomo Corporation have secured an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with Societe Tunisienne de l'Electricite et du Gaz (Steg) for the construction of a ¥38-billion, 450 MW combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant in Rades,... 

Muzizi hydroelectric project, Uganda

By: Sheila Barradas     16th June 2017 The Uganda Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development plans to build a 44.7 MW hydroelectric facility along the Muzizi river. 

Nitrogen partnership creates opportunities in local market 

By: Victor Moolman     16th June 2017 A distribution partnership between nitrogen filtration systems manufacturer NitraLife and cutting and bending solutions provider First Cut will see it become the exclusive distributor of NitraLife’s NitraCut nitrogen generators, allow its Swiss principal, sheet processing systems manufacturer... 

Finkel's electricity market report recommends more gas

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     9th June 2017 The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (Appea) has welcomed the release of the final report of the independent review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market. Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel on Friday unveiled a blueprint to optimise the... 

CE marking awarded to local boiler company

By: Nica Schreuder     9th June 2017 Having received the European Conformity (CE) quality marking approval to manufacture a steam generator for leading oils partner IOI Loders Croklaan’s processing plant, in Ghana, in January, boiler and environmental solutions company John Thompson aims to complete the manufacturing of the steam... 

Computational fluid dynamic simulation benefits industry

     9th June 2017 Numerical modelling of bulk processes using computer-based models provides a quicker and more beneficial method than manual calculations for complex steam generation systems, says engineering, construction and maintenance service provider Steinmüller Africa. Recently, full computational fluid... 

Local embedded generation requires management

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     9th June 2017 Although embedded power generation is gaining traction nationwide, the National Cleaner Production Centre of South Africa (NCPC-SA) Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) national project manager Alf Hartzenburg says the benefits of such generation have to be managed. Embedded generation entails... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     9th June 2017 Eskom announced on June 1 that Unit 4 had been synchronised to the grid. 

Tina river hydrodevelopment project, Solomon Islands

By: Sheila Barradas     9th June 2017 The Tina river hydrodevelopment project aims to provide electricity from indigenous renewable-energy sources to ensure more affordable and reliable energy options for the capital.  

New Talisman approves gold project budget

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     2nd June 2017 The board of New Zealand focused New Talisman Mining has approved a NZ$2.2-million budget for mining activities at its Talisman gold project. The activities would include site establishment and security, installation of water storage facilities, ventilation management systems, compressed air... 

Gordon Butte pumped-storage hydroproject, US

By: Sheila Barradas     2nd June 2017 The project entails the development of a new closed-loop pumped-storage hydrofacility. 

Latest in automation technology goes on show in Johannesburg

     29th May 2017 Advanced automation solutions for every area of process control will go on show at the Africa Automation Fair and Connected Industries conference from 6-8 June 2017 at the Ticketpro Dome in North Riding. Africa Automation Fair and the Connected Industries conference, to be staged alongside... 

BHP CEO tells investors options for US shale under review

By: Bloomberg     29th May 2017 BHP Billiton is assuring shareholders that it’s exploring numerous options for its contentious US shale unit amid pressure from activist investor Elliott Management to carry out a wider review of petroleum operations. In a series of meetings in Australia last week, CEO Andrew Mackenzie stressed... 

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