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Gordhan’s IPP renegotiation proposal triggers ‘breach of contract’ warnings 

By: Terence Creamer     15th February 2019 A report indicating that the South African government may seek to renegotiate power purchase agreements (PPAs) concluded with independent power producers (IPPs) in 2011 and 2012 is raising alarm bells within the industry, which is still recovering from a protracted period of uncertainty created... 

Luxembourg Protocol can save South Africa billions – Rail Working Group

By: Natasha Odendaal     14th February 2019 The adoption of the Luxembourg Rail Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment is expected to be a game changer for South Africa, said Rail Working Group chairperson Howard Rosen on Thursday. The treaty, which is expected to enter into force late in 2019,... 

Trilogy, South32 up exploration budget for Alaska projects

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th February 2019 Vancouver-based explorer Trilogy Metals has increased the exploration budget for its Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects (UKMP), after its partner South32 agreed to equally fund an exploration programme along the Ambler volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) belt in north-west Alaska. The partners have... 

KEMPER is growing: 2018 has been the most successful year in the company’s history

5th February 2019 Extraction technology pioneer generates revenues of more than 40 million euros Sales increased by 13 percent compared to 2017 Digitalisation of the portfolio continues to be a key issue KEMPER GmbH continues on its growth course. 2018 became the most successful financial year in the company's... 

W advances La Parrilla development, production exceeds 50 t

By: Simone Liedtke     5th February 2019 Aim-listed W Resources on Tuesday announced that it had completed further shipments of tungsten concentrate from its La Parrilla mine, in Spain, where development remained on track as construction of the jig plant advanced towards completion. Following the first shipment, announced in December, W... 

Coal exports have not risen since 2008, with the IRP posing a further threat, says Minerals Council

By: Kim Cloete     4th February 2019 Coal production, exports and investment in the industry have remained stagnant since 2008, despite higher export prices and South Africa’s abundant coal reserves, says the Minerals Council South Africa. “Even as the coal export price soared, export volumes failed to respond,” Minerals Council... 

First Quantum resumes copper production at Spain mine

By: Creamer Media Reporter      1st February 2019 Canada-based First Quantum has resumed copper production at the hydrometallurgical plant at Cobre Las Cruces, in Spain, processing lower-grade stockpiled ore while it obtains necessary regulatory approvals to begin mining at an area unaffected by a recent land slippage. The slippage occurred... 

First Quantum to process stockpiles at Cobre Las Cruces

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     28th January 2019 Canada-based base metals miner First Quantum Minerals said on Monday that it planned to start processing stockpiles at its Cobre Las Cruces mine, in Spain, “sometime in February”, while it continued to develop longer-term plans for the copper mine. Operations at Cobre Las Cruces were suspended... 

Collaborative enterprise development partnerships bear fruit

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th January 2019 WorleyParsons’ Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) programme has achieved significant success within its first six years of operation, highlighting the benefits of sustainable and collaborative enterprise development partnerships. Through the programme WorleyParsons has been able to streamline... 

RBCT coal exports decline 

By: Martin Creamer     24th January 2019 Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) exported 73.47-million tonnes of coal in 2018, 4.1% less than in 2017. The main export destination of the South African-mined coal was Asia at 81.6%. 

Tripartite expo to cater for bigger PVP audience

By: Cameron Mackay     18th January 2019 The Pumps, Valves & Pipes Africa (PVP) 2019 international trade exhibition and conference is expected to welcome more than 10 500 industry professionals at this year’s event. The 2019 PVP Africa event, which will take place from June 11 to 13, in Johannesburg, at Gallagher Convention Centre, is... 

Alcoa beats profit estimates on strength in alumina segment

By: Reuters     17th January 2019 Top US aluminum producer Alcoa Corp beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit on Wednesday, buoyed by strength in its alumina segment, but shares slipped after the company did not provide a closely watched profit measure for the full year. The company's shares were down 1.6% in extended... 

Multotec Brings Value Of Spirals To More Minerals

15th January 2019 Experience in the field and in its test laboratory has allowed Multotec Process Equipment to prove the economic impact of applying spiral concentration technology to high value minerals used in cellular phones and electric cars. “A number of customers mining minerals such as copper, lithium, tin... 

Atalaya beats FY guidance, sees 2019 as ‘transitional’ year

By: Mariaan Webb     15th January 2019 European copper miner Atalaya Mining has set a production guidance range of 45 000 t to 46 500 t for 2019, which is seen as a transitional year, given the commissioning of the plant expansion in mid-2019, which will increase production in 2020. The miner, which is implementing a... 

Hydrogen leap needed to aid platinum’s future 

By: Martin Creamer     11th January 2019 A South African decision to step firmly into the hydrogen age, like so many other countries are doing, has great potential benefit for the country. Because South Africa has better combined solar and wind resources than just about any other country, it is well positioned to generate hydrogen using... 

Berkeley shares surge on media reports

By: Esmarie Iannucci     11th January 2019 The share price of junior Berkeley Energia jumped by more than 63% on Friday, following media reports that its Salamanca uranium project, in Spain, had been approved. The ASX- and LSE-listed company told shareholders that despite the Spanish media reports, the company had received no official... 

World Gold Council believes gold will become more relevant in 2019

By: Simone Liedtke     10th January 2019 The World Gold Council (WGC) has said it believes gold will become even more relevant this year owing to “its proven record” for delivering returns, its low correlation to major asset classes, its liquidity and its risk-adjusted returns. Looking ahead, the council expects gold demand to benefit... 

First ore crushed at La Parrilla

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th December 2018 Tungsten, copper and gold miner W Resources has successfully fed the first mined ore into the newly completed crusher, which is now being commissioned at its La Parrilla tungsten and tin project, in Spain. "First ore into new crusher was achieved on December 18, 2018, ahead of the January 2019... 

Fossil Fuel Foundation sees clean coal as a solution for South Africa 

By: Kim Cloete     29th October 2018 The Fossil Fuel Foundation (FFF) has advocated strongly for coal to be retained as a sustainable part of South Africa's energy mix for the short to medium term. “Contrary to the popular belief that ‘coal is dead’, South Africa’s coal resources are abundant and can provide low-emitting,... 

Aventics offers online service and product portal

19th October 2018 Pneumatic components and systems manufacturer Aventics will now offer their customers in Germany, France and Spain an innovative service and product portal. The online portal helps to quickly and easily find information on components and solutions tailored to the requirements of engineers and... 

Positives of migration

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     19th October 2018 Television footage of desperate Africans drowning in the Mediterranean Sea en route to Spain and other European destinations that hold out the promise of a better life has become all too frequent. The International Organisation for Migration puts the cumulative toll since 2000 at 33 000, with... 

Alcoa to close two Spanish aluminium plants with job losses

By: Reuters     17th October 2018 Alcoa said on Wednesday it would close two of its three aluminium plants in Spain with a combined annual production of 180 000 metric tonnes, resulting in the lay off of almost 700 workers. The Aviles and La Coruna plants were two of the least productive due to intrinsic structural problems such... 

Berkeley to reduce costs citing uncertainty over key licence

By: Mariaan Webb     15th October 2018 Despite reporting “strong and growing support” for the Salamanca uranium project in Spain, Australian mining firm Berkeley Energia on Monday reported that it was unlikely to imminently receive a key permit that would allow for construction to start. As a result, the triple-listed uranium project... 

Highfield ups capital cost estimate for Spain potash project

By: Esmarie Iannucci     15th October 2018 An optimised feasibility study into the Muga potash project, in Spain, has increased the project capital cost requirements, ASX-listed Highfield Resources reported on Monday. A 2015 definitive feasibility study estimated a capital investment of $256-million would be required to deliver... 

Atalaya evaluating strategic options

By: Mariaan Webb     12th October 2018 Copper miner Atalaya Mining is undertaking a review to evaluate its strategic options, the dual-listed miner confirmed on Friday, sending its shares in London up 15%. Atalaya, which owns the Proyecto Riotinto mine and Proyecto Touro development project in Spain, confirmed the strategic review in... 

Polymer Concrete Market Growing At 3.5% CAGR To Reach USD 600 Million By 2025

12th October 2018 According to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc. Polymer Concrete Market size is forecast to exceed USD 600 million by 2025. High polymer prices may prove to become a obstacle in the growth of the polymer concrete market. Few resins, fibers or acrylates that are added to the... 

CAME Group parking solutions for revenue generation

By: Shannon de Ryhove     12th October 2018 Global technology company CAME, a group well-known in Italy and worldwide, has been operating in the home and building automation sector for over forty years. Cutting-edge technologies, soundness, efficiency and design are among the principles that guide the company in the design and... 

Atalaya ups guidance following record Q3

By: Mariaan Webb     10th October 2018 Copper production at the Proyecto Riotinto mine has exceeded Atalaya Mining’s expectations, prompting the Aim- and TSX-listed miner to increase its full-year guidance by 2 000 t. Proyecto Riotinto, in southwest Spain, delivered its highest-ever copper production of 11 055 t in the third quarter... 

Completion of grid project opens way for renewables in Kenya

By: John Muchira     28th September 2018 Kenya is set to connect about 310 MW of electricity generation capacity to the national grid, following the completion of a much-delayed transmission line project. After about two years delay, the East Africa nation has finally completed the Loiyangalani-Suswa transmission line paving the way for... 

Tribunal rules in favour of group contesting Atalaya enviro declaration

By: Mariaan Webb     26th September 2018 Aim- and TSX-listed Atalaya Mining is considering its options at the Proyecto Riotinto mine, in Spain, after the Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Andalucía ruled in favour of an environmental group against the government of Andalucía (JdA). Atalaya was a co-defendant in the case, which stems... 

Global crude steel production rises 2.6% y/y in August

By: Simone Liedtke     25th September 2018 Global crude steel production increased by 2.6% year-on-year to 151.7-million tonnes in August, the World Steel Association (worldsteel) reports. According to the data, which was released on Tuesday, China’s crude steel production for August was 80.3-million tonnes, an increase of 2.7% compared... 

Martin Engineering Vibrators Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

19th September 2018 Following the success of its 2017 campaign, the global leader in bulk material handling technologies is repeating its Cougar Cares fundraising program for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.  Manufacturing a limited-edition series of Cougar® brand DC truck vibrators painted in the... 

W boosts board with Madrid-based directors

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th September 2018 Tungsten, copper and gold mining company W Resources has appointed two Madrid-based directors, Pablo Neira and James Argalas, as nonexecutive directors. Neira brings over 30 years of international experience specialising in managing listed industrial manufacturing companies and family office... 

Spain's nuclear watchdog requests more info on Berkeley uranium mine

By: Reuters     14th September 2018 Spain's nuclear watchdog CSN has asked Australian mining company Berkeley Energia for more information on its plans for a uranium mine in Salamanca, on which work is due to begin later this year, the regulator said on Friday. The project, which would become the European Union's only open-cast... 

Europa initiate land use process for Spain mine development

By: Creamer Media Reporter      13th September 2018 Triple-listed Europa Metals has initiated a change of land use process to facilitate the potential future development of its Toral lead/zinc/silver project, in northern Spain. The company has engaged consultancy MAGMA Soluciones Ambientales to progress the requisite land use applications across... 

Ormonde moves into commissioning phase, reports slight delay in schedule

By: Mariaan Webb     12th September 2018 Commissioning activities have started at the Barruecopardo tungsten project in Salamanca, Spain, marking a major project milestone, developer Ormonde reported on Wednesday, but cautioned that first production has been pushed out 2019. The Aim-listed company said the the turnkey crush and screen... 

Record production boosts Atalaya’s H1 Ebitda

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th September 2018 Aim- and TSX-listed copper miner Atalaya Mining delivered earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) of €34.4-million for the six months ended June 30, compared with €24.5-million in the first half of 2017, on the back of record production at the company’s Proyecto... 

Master Drilling mulling year-end dividend, launching blast-free borer

By: Martin Creamer     28th August 2018 Innovative drilling technologies company Master Drilling, which will next month launch a new blast-free mobile tunnel boring machine that is expected to have a far-reaching beneficial impact on mining, on Tuesday reported satisfactory results for the six months ended June 30. The Johannesburg... 

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