0 COMMENTSSouth Africa's State-owned power utility, Eskom, has confirmed that it will enter into talks with some of its key customers in the metals sector in a bid to restructure and, where possible, move away from, commodity-linked electricity-tariff...
29th June 2005
0 COMMENTSThe company is undertaking the development, finance and construction of a 2,8 million t/y alumina refinery. In addition to the greenfield refinery there are plans to develop, finance and construct a coal-fired power plant and water-supply dam as...
By: Sheila Barradas
10th June 2005
0 COMMENTSBRAZILIAN mining, logistics and energy group Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD), the world’s biggest iron ore producer, is confident that the price of iron ore will remain high until 2006.
By: Keith Campbell
29th April 2005
0 COMMENTSThe next global resources company could emerge from Russia and the CIS.?This is the belief held by Russian aluminium company, Sual, president and South African mining industry luminary Brian Gilbertson.
By: Helene Le Roux
22nd April 2005
0 COMMENTSRussian aluminum producer Rusal’s first quarter results are marked by what it calls “significant growth in value-added casthouse products”.
By: Nicola Mawson
15th April 2005
0 COMMENTSSouth African mining-industry luminary Brian Gilbertson, who for the last nine months has been heading Russia's second-largest aluminium group, Sual, yesterday confirmed that Coega, in the Eastern Cape, was one of four prospective sites for a...
13th April 2005
0 COMMENTSLeading aluminium producer Rusal of Russia has purchased 20% of Australia's Queensland Alumina Limited (QAL), the world's largest alumina refinery, from Kaiser Aluminium.
5th April 2005
0 COMMENTSUnderground mining represents a complicated transport environment.
By: Zonika Botha
1st April 2005
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