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COAL EXPORTS

Expanded SA coal terminal to start operations on May 1

In line with expectations, the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) had completed the R1,2-billion Phase V expansion, with operations of the 91-million ton terminal to start on May 1. The project involved an expansion in the RBCT’s throughput...
30th April 2010
 
COAL EXPORTS

RBCT reaches deal with South Dunes Coal Terminal

The R1,2-billion Phase V expansion at the Richard’s Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) would finally be commissioned on May 1, while an agreement had also been reached with the largest participant under the expansion, South Dunes Coal Terminal (SDCT)....
15th April 2010
 
Coal

Coal terminal begins a year of stabilisation

Export coal terminal the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT), which exported 61,14-million tons of coal in 2009 under challenging conditions, is advancing its global position in the world export market.
12th March 2010
 
COAL

RBCT says expansion project on track

The Richard’s Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) on Thursday reported that it was on track to reclaim its status as the single largest export coal terminal in the world, by the second quarter of this year. RBCT CEO Raymond Chirwa said that the company...
4th February 2010
 
COAL

SA’s 2009 coal exports through RBCT flat at 61Mt

Exports through South Africa’s Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) remained flat in 2009, as the terminal faced “critical business challenges”, CEO Raymond Chirwa reported on Tuesday. The RBCT exported 61,14-million tons of coal last year,...
5th January 2010
 
COAL EXPORTS

Delayed RBCT phase V due for April commissioning

The Richards Bay Coal Terminal The Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) phase V expansion programme was not progressed as expected, owing to Transnet Freight Rail’s (TFR) non-performance in meeting the terminal's rail capacity requirements, said RBCT CE Raymond Chirwa in a...
14th December 2009
 
COAL TERMINAL

R1,2bn coal terminal expansion delayed to Q4

The Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) Phase V expansion would now only be commissioned by the fourth quarter of this year, the RBCT has reported, adding that contractors were considering working double shifts to meet this deadline.

The...
26th June 2009
 
COAL EXPORTS

R1,2bn coal terminal expansion delayed to Q4

The Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) Phase V expansion would now only be commissioned by the fourth quarter of this year, the RBCT reported on Monday, adding that contractors were considering working double shifts to meet this deadline. The...
15th June 2009
 
coal exports

RBCT Phase V expansion to be commissioned in July - COO

The R1,2-billion Phase V development at Richard’s Bay Coal Terminal was on track to be commissioned in July this year, COO Raymond Chirwa said on Thursday. Addressing delegates at the South African Coal Exports Conference in Cape Town, Chirwa...
5th February 2009
 
COAL

RBCT sees no slowdown in coal exports

The world’s largest single coal terminal, the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT), had not seen a decrease in volumes exported, despite the global economic downturn. Although the price of coal might have decreased significantly, the quantity of...
28th November 2008
 
SA COAL EXPORTS

RBCT looking at phase 6 expansion, despite rail capacity concerns

The Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) is looking beyond its phase five expansion plan of increasing production to 91-million tons, despite lingering concerns over the ability of State-run Transnet Freight Rail's (TFR's) ability to boost its...
8th September 2008
 
COaL EXPORTS

Eskom still to decide on fate of Richards Bay coal export allocation

State-owned Eskom has received several unsolicited offers for its valuable coal export allocation at Richards Bay, but has yet to make a call on how to deal with these offers, spokesperson Fani Zulu said on Thursday night. He told Mining Weekly...
29th August 2008
 
 
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