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NUM says Ramaphosa assured union no jobs would be lost in Eskom unbundling

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th March 2019 The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) on Tuesday confirmed that it had met with President Cyril Ramaphosa, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and Energy Minister Jeff Radebe this week. The union noted, however, that it still needed to consult with its members employed at Eskom, on the... 

Greenpeace opposes Eskom’s application to postpone air quality legislation compliance

By: Simone Liedtke     19th March 2019 Nonprofit organisation Greenpeace Africa on Tuesday reaffirmed its opposition to State-owned Eskom’s application for further postponements and/or suspensions from air quality legislation. The organisation explained that, in the interests of realising the Constitutional right to a healthy... 

Eskom to seek special procurement dispensation to help it address ‘crisis’ 

By: Terence Creamer     19th March 2019 Crisis-ridden power utility Eskom is approaching the Auditor-General and the National Treasury to seek approval for a special procurement dispensation that will allow it to accelerate the purchase of critical goods and services required to address ongoing breakdowns of its coal fleet. The... 

Opec+ affirms commitment to oil cuts, defers decision to extend

By: Bloomberg     18th March 2019 Saudi Arabia led fellow members of the Opec+ coalition to reaffirm their commitment to output cuts, but conceded they should defer until June the decision on whether to extend the curbs. A committee of the most influential members in the 24-nation alliance, which includes Russia, Iraq and the... 

Rio asks shareholders to vote against emissions resolution

By: Reuters     18th March 2019 Rio Tinto said on Monday it would recommend that shareholders vote against a resolution requiring the miner to report its direct emissions and those of its customers in greater detail. In a notice ahead of its annual general meeting in May, Rio said shareholders should vote against the proposed... 

NY battery plant gets $52m term sheet

By: Esmarie Iannucci     18th March 2019 The Imperium3 consortium, in which ASX-listed Magnis Energy Technologies holds an effective 47% share, has secured a $52-million term sheet to develop a battery plant in New York. Magnis on Monday told shareholders that the term sheet was issued after an eight-week due diligence process on the... 

Wiluna offering vanadium alternative to Toro

By: Esmarie Iannucci     18th March 2019 Uranium developer Toro Energy on Monday revealed that it would test the feasibility of extracting both uranium and vanadium concurrently at its Wiluna project, in Western Australia. The announcement comes after the company at the end of last year revealed that it would start the hunt for other... 

Integrated Pump Rental

18th March 2019 Integrated Pump Rental is a specialist pump rental organisation that caters to the needs of all sectors, including mining, quarrying, construction, wastewater, energy and general industry across Africa. The company has the agility to offer cus­tomers quick and easy access to a comprehen­sive... 

The coal miner who bet everything on US power markets and lost

By: Bloomberg     18th March 2019 Eleven years ago, Cloud Peak Energy made an all-or-nothing bet its rivals were unwilling to match: that coal would remain indispensable to the US power sector. That gamble has now pushed it to the brink of bankruptcy. 

Power station for Tanami mine completed – Newmont

By: Creamer Media Reporter      15th March 2019 The $245-milion power station project for Newmont Mining’s Tanami gold mine, in Australia, has been completed, the US-based gold and copper major reported on Friday. The project entailed the installation of two power stations, a 66 kV interconnected power line, and a 450 km natural gas pipeline.... 

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