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Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer is the Editor of Engineering News and a Deputy Editor for Mining Weekly.

He also has editorial responsibility for and Creamer Media's Research Channel Africa.

Tel: +2711 622 3744


Wind body dismisses as ‘false’ link between IPPs and tariffs surge

16th March 2018 The South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) has dismissed as a “falsehood” claims by the National Union of Metalworkers (Numsa) and Transform RSA that the 27 renewable-energy projects, which the two organisations are seeking to block through a court challenge, will raise the cost of... 

Energy researchers applaud carbon tax, but call for simplified design

15th March 2018 The University of Cape Town’s Energy Research Centre (ERC) has welcomed the decision of the South African government to end “years of deferral” by setting a clear date, January 1, 2019, for the implementation of a carbon tax. The ERC believes a carbon tax is in South Africa’s national interest... 

Energy-intensive firms say carbon tax wrong tool for reducing power emissions

14th March 2018 The Industry Task Team on Climate Change (ITTCC), which includes many of South Africa’s largest mining and industrial companies, says the proposed carbon tax will have no material impact on reducing carbon emissions from the electricity sector, which is responsible for around half of the... 

Legal challenge a hurdle, but 'not end of the road' for renewables

13th March 2018 The excitement associated with Energy Minister Jeff Radebe’s move to end two years of confidence-sapping uncertainty in South Africa’s independent power producer (IPP) market, turned to frustration on Tuesday when the signing of agreements for 27 renewable-energy projects was voluntarily delayed... 

Radebe ends years of IPP uncertainty, unlocks R56bn in renewables investment

8th March 2018 Energy Minister Jeff Radebe moved decisively on Thursday to end the confidence-sapping uncertainty that has hung over South Africa’s independent power producer (IPP) programmes for more than two years, announcing that project agreements for 27 stalled renewable-energy projects would be signed on... 

South African steel, aluminum firms watchful, but not overly anxious, as US tariff hikes loom

6th March 2018 South African steel and aluminium firms remain watchful and uncertain about the effects that a proposed increased US trade protection will have. However, the companies also indicate that they will seek to mitigate the risk through export diversification, as well as a continued focus on markets... 

Eskom still studying Nersa report warning of utility ‘death spiral’

5th March 2018 State-owned electricity utility Eskom says it is still studying the reasons for decision (RfD) advanced by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) for restricting its 2018/19 tariff increase to 5.23%, as opposed to the 19.9% hike sought, and would “decide on the way forward... 

M&R’s oil and gas unit turns to ‘complementary markets’ amid project slowdown

1st March 2018 The oil and gas unit of engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts (M&R) is actively pursuing projects in “complementary markets”, owing to a slowdown in new project activity in the Australasian oil and gas sector. The value of M&R’s oil and gas order book has fallen to below R4-billion,... 

Underground mining lifts M&R in challenging market

28th February 2018 Engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts (M&R) reported a strong rise in results for the six months to December 31 on the back of a robust performance from its underground mining unit, as well as reduced Middle Eastern losses. In addition, the results were buoyed by the fact that a... 

Sasol expects to realise $1bn from noncore asset disposals

26th February 2018 Chemicals and energy group Sasol expects to realise more than $1-billion from the disposal of noncore assets in the coming few years. However, besides its Canadian shale-gas assets, which have been formally put up for sale, the group is yet to announce which other assets will be sold. Speaking at... 

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