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A reflection on latest IRP iteration

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     7th September 2018 The Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is a government plan that supposedly sets out  the future development of the South African electricity generation system. In theory, government passes the plan around for comment by industry and municipalities and everybody agrees, after which government policy... 

ALCORE gets global licence for technology

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     8th August 2018 ASX-listed Australian Bauxite has told shareholders that its ALCORE subsidiary would have the global licence rights for bauxite refining using the ALCORE technology. The global licence will allow ALCORE to build multiple plants in any location to meet the growing demand for aluminium fluoride... 

India to shift to revenue sharing contracts at oilfields auction next month

By: Ajoy K Das     30th July 2018 KIndia will usher in a shift to revenue-sharing contracts and scrap production sharing contracts (PSCs) when the government auctions 60 discovered small oilfields next month. The government will put up for auction 22 fields owned by national oil exploration and production (E&P) major ONGC, five... 

Going Beyond 67 Minutes

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th July 2018 Embracing the spirit of Nelson Mandela’s legacy is more than a 67-minute project on Mandela Day for WorleyParsons. It forms an integral component of the project delivery company’s daily corporate philosophy, from contributing to its own communities, to delivering customer projects that make a... 

German funding to back oil, gas exploration in Namibia

By: Marleny Arnoldi     5th July 2018 Gravionic, a specialist in the development of complex sensor systems, was awarded a €376 000 grant from the German government to mount its gravity and magnetic surveying equipment on to a gyrocopter for the first time.  

Capitalising on Big Data and analytics

29th June 2018 Enhancing shareholder value, improving the way businesses operate and compete, and obtaining real-time insight into consumers, risks, profit, performance, and productivity management are all core elements of big data and analytics, which is a digital enterprise capability available from Advisian,... 

India permits oil exploration agencies to go beyond contracted geographical area

By: Ajoy K Das     28th June 2018 In a bid to offer explorers the option of maximizing production, India’s Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry has permitted oil and natural gas exploration projects to extend operations beyond geographically demarcated contract areas in instances where discoveries are contiguous and stretch beyond... 

Consciousness needed for chemical use

15th June 2018 The use of chemical compound Difluoromethane (R32) refrigerant in air-conditioning systems as a ‘green’ alternative to R410A demonstrates the global impact of the phasedown programme initiated by the Montreal Protocol and Kigali Agreement, according to specialty chemicals and gases supplier... 

Capitalising on big data and analytics for improved operationsc

14th June 2018 Enhancing shareholder value, changing the way businesses operate and compete, and obtaining real-time insight into consumers, risks, profit, performance, and productivity management are all core elements of ‘big data’ and analytics, a digital enterprise capability from Advisian, WorleyParsons’... 

The Application Of Improved Sensing Technologies To Protect Product Quality In Polyethylene

8th June 2018 Polyethylene are thermoplastic resins obtained by polymerizing the gas ethylene [C2H4]. Because of its exceptional application flexibility, polyethylene’s rise in popularity for both consumer and industrial uses means that today it is the largest volume plastic in the world. Low density... 

Capitalising on big data and analytics for improved operations

7th June 2018 Enhancing shareholder value, changing the way businesses operate and compete, and obtaining real-time insight into consumers, risks, profit, performance, and productivity management are all core elements of ‘big data’ and analytics, a digital enterprise capability from Advisian, WorleyParsons’... 

Regency Mines contributes $2m to own 47% of US met coal JV

By: Marleny Arnoldi     6th June 2018 Aim-listed hydrocarbons and base metals miner Regency Mines has deposited $2-million in escrow, pending completion of the joint venture (JV) funding with privately-owned mining company Legacy Hill, which will see Regency owning 47% of Mining Equity Trust (MET) – a new Delaware-incorporated... 

Guinea retains mining minister in Cabinet reshuffle

By: Bloomberg     28th May 2018 Guinea’s President Alpha Conde appointed a new 33-member Cabinet in which Abdoulaye Magassouba was retained as mines and geology minister, according to a decree read on the West African country’s state-owned broadcaster on Saturday. Mamady Camara, who was Guinea’s ambassador to South Africa, was... 

The environmental effects of combustion

23rd May 2018 Combustion can be simply explained as a controlled explosion created for a specific use. However, like any other explosion, it can be hazardous if not properly monitored. The amount of heat above the ignition temperature should be efficient for impact, therefore the excessive heat temperatures... 

Lemur Concludes Concession Agreement with the Government of Madagascar for the Imaloto Power Project

22nd May 2018 Bushveld Minerals, the AIM-listed integrated vanadium producer with additional investments in coal, power and tin, is pleased to provide the following update in respect of Lemur Holdings Limited ("Lemur"), Bushveld's coal and energy subsidiary that is developing an integrated thermal coal mining... 

Equatorial Guinea may strip Ophir of LNG project due to finance delays

By: Reuters     14th May 2018 Equatorial Guinea will force Ophir Energy out of the company's flagship liquefied natural gas (LNG) project and may scrap it entirely unless long-delayed financing deals worth $1.2-billion are presented to the government by December. The ultimatum is a blow to UK-listed Ophir, which has set aside... 

Foreign bidders give India’s maiden open acreage oil, gas block auction a miss

By: Ajoy K Das     3rd May 2018 International oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) majors have stayed away from the first round of India’s oil and gas fields auction. According to the sector regulator, Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH), 110 bids have been received for 55 onshore and offshore oil and gas blocks,... 

Trend to use ‘green’ refrigerants to future-proof air-con systems

25th April 2018 The trend to use R32 refrigerant in air-conditioning systems as a ‘green’ alternative to R410A is a good example of the global impact of the phasedown programme initiated by the Montreal Protocol and Kigali Agreement. The Kigali Amendment, signed on 15 October 2016, includes specific targets and... 

International Frontier partnership spuds first hole at Mexican Tecolutla block

By: Henry Lazenby     13th April 2018 Calgary-based oil and gas developer International Frontier Resources (IFR) announced on Thursday that the first evaluation well, TEC-10, has been spudded at its onshore Tecolutla block, in Mexico, which it is developing in partnership with Mexican joint venture (JV) partner Tonalli Energia. The... 

Coal India to scout for global CBM technology, production partner

By: Ajoy K Das     12th April 2018 With India’s Cabinet Committee for Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Wednesday liberalising rules for coalbed methane (CBM), Coal India Limited (CIL) will shortly start scouting for global technology and production partners to extract the gas from coal blocks that it holds. While detailed search plans... 

Environmental Affairs Committee welcomes signing of IPP contracts

By: Simone Liedtke     9th April 2018 The Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs on Monday welcomed the signing, last week, of 27 contracts by Energy Minister Jeff Radebe with independent power producers (IPPs). This, the committee averred, indicates South Africa’s commitment to reducing its greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions... 

Energas introduces new Mokveld Typhoon Valve System

9th April 2018 After more than a decade of development and testing in diverse applications, Mokveld’s Typhoon Valve System is now ready for commercial use. The technology is also now available locally through Mokveld’s distributor in South Africa, Energas Technologies, a leading supplier of high-end and... 

India extends last date of auction bids for oil and gas fields

By: Ajoy K Das     28th March 2018 Expecting greater response from international oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) majors, the Indian government has extended by a month the last date for submission of bids for 55 oil and gas blocks under the newly framed Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP). Government officials said... 

Gabon to revise hydrocarbons law to attract investment – oil ministry

By: Reuters     23rd March 2018 Gabon plans to revise its hydrocarbons law to attract new investment, the oil ministry said on Thursday. Under the current legal framework, the Gabonese state holds a minimum 20% stake in oil projects. The state oil company has the right to a stake of up to 15%. 

Erin Energy widens loss despite higher oil price lifting revenue

By: Simone Liedtke     16th March 2018 Oil and gas exploration and production company Erin Energy has widened its net loss to $151.9-million, or $0.71 a share, in 2017, from $142.4-million, or $0.67 a share in 2016. The loss comes despite a 30% increase in revenue to $101.2-million and lower exploration and production expenses. The... 

Africa’s downstream oil industry holds promise

By: Kim Cloete     14th March 2018 The downstream market is dynamic in Africa and continues to evolve and become more transparent throughout the supply chain, says African energy specialist CITAC Africa executive director Gary Still. He told the annual African Refiners & Distributors Association (ARA) conference, in Cape Town, on... 

ONGC blames policies for Krishna-Godavari delay

By: Ajoy K Das     27th February 2018 India’s national exploration and production (E&P) major, ONGC has said that it would miss the June 2019 deadline to start production from its deep-water Krishna-Godavari (KG) oil and gas block on the east coast. In a regulatory filing, ONGC cited changes in government policy as the reason for... 

Sustainable engineering and project services from WorleyParsons Mozambique Lda

26th February 2018 With East Africa emerging as a significant oil and gas region, WorleyParsons is seeing renewed interest in countries such as Mozambique. In recent years the company’s presence in the country has transformed from a project support office into a standalone business with the head office in Maputo... 

WorleyParsons RSA partners with SMEs to jointly deliver services

26th February 2018 Acknowledging that the growth of small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is integral to the development and transformation of South Africa, WorleyParsons RSA’s Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) initiative seeks to partner with independent, sustainable, small-scale black-owned businesses to... 

BHP Billiton expects drilling of first new Trion well to begin in October

By: Reuters     16th February 2018 Drilling of the first new exploration well in BHP Billiton's deepwater Trion project will begin in October, part of a plan approved by Mexican regulators on Thursday that also revised downward the project's estimated oil and gas resources. Australian mining and oil giant BHP Billiton won the... 

Relief for Cape Town as mining indaba proceeds despite water shortage

By: African News Agency      9th February 2018 The acute water shortage in South Africa’s tourism capital Cape Town almost cost it crucial revenue when the organisers of an annual international mining conference considered scrapping this year's event in the city. But the Investing in African Mining Indaba went ahead this week despite strict... 

The Application Of Improved Sensing Technologies To Protect Product Quality In Polyethylene

6th February 2018 Polyethylene are thermoplastic resins obtained by polymerizing the gas ethylene [C2H4]. Because of its exceptional application flexibility, polyethylene’s rise in popularity for both consumer and industrial uses means that today it is the largest volume plastic in the world. Low density... 

Erin Energy discovers hydrocarbons at Nigeria well

By: Anine Kilian     31st January 2018 JSE-listed Erin Energy has completed drilling of its Nigeria-based Oyo-NW well and, based on preliminary evaluation, has discovered hydrocarbons in the Miocene formation. The well is located about 9.5 km northwest of the Oyo Central field on the company’s block 120 offshore Nigeria. 

Leeway proposed for exploration projects in existing oil and gas fields

By: Ajoy K Das     31st January 2018 The Indian government is likely to permit existing oil and gas field operators to undertake new exploration projects within their existing licensing area even as it goes ahead to woo new investors through auction of 55 discovered oil and gas fields. In a leeway to be offered by the Directorate of... 

Consultancy to partner with black entrants as they acquire Tier 1 coal assets

By: Martin Creamer     26th January 2018 Project delivery and engineering consultancy WorleyParsons RSA is once again answering the call for transformation and broader economic participation of previously disadvantaged South Africans. The company’s latest initiative is black entrepreneur development in coal, which will be its key focus... 

India resumes oil and gas block auctions after eight-year hiatus

By: Ajoy K Das     17th January 2018 India will on Thursday hold its first oil and gas auction in eight years, with 55 blocks up for grabs. The auction will also mark the first time that such assets will be allocated under the newly framed Open Acreage Licensing Program (OALP). 

IFR gains Mexican drilling permit

By: Henry Lazenby     13th January 2018 The TSX-V-listed equity of oil and gas explorer International Frontier Resources (IFR) has gained about two-thirds this week after it announced on Thursday that it has received a drilling permit for its Tecolutla onshore oil and gas block, which it is developing with its Mexican joint venture... 

UJ researchers seek origin of stone that casts questions over solar system’s formation

By: Natasha Odendaal     11th January 2018 Researchers are still seeking answers to the origin of a small pebble found in south-west Egypt in 1996 after a 2013 analysis sparked “significant questions” on a widely held view about the primitive pre-solar dust cloud from which the Sun, Earth and other planets were formed. A 2013 study... 

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