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Creamer Media on SAfm

24/09/2010 (On-The-Air) Audio Available

Caesar Molebatsi This week: government gives the world's biggest mining company permission to search for oil and gas off South Africa's West Coast; petroleum giant Shell is confident of finding shale gas on South Africa's arid Karoo; and South Africa's big...
24th September 2010
 
COAL-TO-LIQUIDS

Sasol decelerates CTL project pending carbon capture, refinery clarity Video Available

Sasol CEO Pat Davies Sasol CEO Pat Davies on its coal-to-liquids projects in China and South Africa, and its gas-to-liquids plan for Uzbekistan.
13th September 2010
 
OIL & GAS

What will Gulf of Mexico spill mean for Canada's oil sands?

From finger-pointing at the Copenhagen climate summit to a flurry of new project approvals, 2010 started with a bang for the Canadian oil sands industry. Fast forward six months later, and the question on the lips of investors and pundits alike...
25th June 2010
 
MINING & THE ENVIRONMENT

Explosives firm signs up to carbon footprint reduction initiative

Blasting solutions company AEL Mining Services has committed itself to an initiative to reduce the group’s carbon footprint at its operations.
28th May 2010
 
COAL

McCloskey bullish on coal as Asian demand remains strong

Coal prices were expected to be robust this year with the contract price of coking coal being sustained at $200/t and steam coal sustained at $100/t, McCloskey Group chairperson Gerard McCloskey said on Wednesday. He told delegates at a...
27th January 2010
 
CARBON EMISSIONS

SA coal industry urged to develop emission mitigation strategy

Role players in the South African coal sector should work together to form an industry greenhouse gas (GHG) emission mitigation strategy, as this would be a more cost effective approach, said Imbewu sustainability legal specialists associate Marie...
17th November 2009
 
Real Economy Report

Real Economy Report Video Available

RER 77 This is the Real Economy Report. Our top stories this week: the Regulator is confident that renewable energy targets can be met; the developed world wants commitments from South Africa at Copenhagen; and, we highlight the issue of acid mine drainage.
17th September 2009
 
Coal

Institute outlines role of coal in meeting global 
energy demands

The World Coal Institute (WCI) has put together a series of climate policy papers outlining the role that coal plays in meeting global energy demand.
4th September 2009
 
Real Economy Report

Real Economy Report Video Available

RER 75 This is the Real Economy Report. Our top stories this week: Eskom's CEO talks about plans to reduce the power utility's carbon footprint; we look at Denel's strategy for the next five years; and Neil Pretorius, the CEO of DRDGold, talks about the...
3rd September 2009
 
SAS

Company Announcement: A2009 Event Highlights Value Of Business Analytics PDF Available

Attached please find a press release on: Hundreds of data analysts from around the world will gather in Copenhagen to discuss best practices that can change how organisations use their most important asset: data. SAS, the leader in business...
6th May 2009
 
Real Economy Report

Real Economy Report Video Available

RER 47 This is the Real Economy Report. Our top stories this week: we take a look at a new South African flight simulator; we speak to a wind turbine manufacturer about a possible South African wind energy industry; and we speak with the head of...
19th February 2009
 
Real Economy Report

Real Economy Report Video Available

RER 42 This is the Real Economy Report. Our top stories this week: there seems to be no fundamental reason for platinum's collapse, the South African business community begins to show that it is taking the threat of climate change and carbon-intensity...
27th November 2008
 
 
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