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Metric Automotive Engineering’s facilities have the ability to refurbish large diesel engine components. Services offered include cylinder head remanufacture, cylinder block line boring, milling, honing and boring, camshaft grinding, crankshaft grinding, engine assembly and dynamometer testing.

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Zenith sells US rare earth project

By: Esmarie Iannucci     6th August 2020 ASX-listed American Rare Earths has struck a share purchase agreement with fellow listed Zenith Minerals over its Laramie rare earths project, in Wyoming. Under the terms of the agreement, American Rare Earths would acquire Zenith’s wholly owned subsidiary Wyoming Rare for 2.5-million of its own... 

New Coupling to meet LPG Tanker Standard

31st July 2020 As per a Bulletin issued by the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Safety Association of Southern Africa (LPGSASA) and further legislated by the Department of Employment and Labour, Cam-and-Groove type Couplings are no longer permitted for use in gas tanker applications and should be replaced with a... 

Brazilian major Vale piloting electric locomotive

By: Mariaan Webb     29th July 2020 Diversified mining major Vale, in partnership with Progress Rail – part of US group Caterpillar – is developing a new 100% electric, battery-powered switchyard locomotive. The initiative forms part of the iron-ore miner’s strategy of reducing direct and indirect emissions (Scope 1 and 2). The... 

Monarch inks MoU with Ontario Northland for Wasamac ore transport

By: Mariaan Webb     10th July 2020 Toronto-listed Monarch Gold is studying the use of freight rail operator Ontario Northland Railway’s infrastructure to move ore from its Wasamac gold project, in Val d’Or, Quebec, to Glencore Canada’s Kidd concentrator, in Timmins, Ontario. The company has entered into a memorandum of... 

BFS affirms 'compelling' opportunity at Crown Mountain

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th July 2020 A bankable feasibility study (BFS) into the Crown Mountain coking coal project, in British Columbia, has found that the project could produce an average of 1.7-million tonnes a year of saleable coal and 57.5-million tonnes a year run-of-mine coal over a mine life of 15 years. ASX-listed Jameson... 

Resgen extends sunset date for Boikarabelo funding agreement

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     3rd July 2020 Dual-listed Resource Generation (Resgen) has recorded changes to the common terms agreement for its mine funding package, in noted in its market update. On December 5, 2019, the company announced that, along with its majority owned subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal, it had executed principal binding... 

Hydrogen-powered aviation preparing for takeoff – study 

By: Martin Creamer     2nd July 2020 Hydrogen as an energy source will play a key role in transforming aviation into a zero-carbon/climate-neutral system over the next few decades, an independent study states in estimating that the first short-range hydrogen-powered demonstrator could be developed by 2028 if sufficient investments... 

FLSmidth gives stacker reclaimer new life

29th June 2020 A comprehensive refurbishment on an FLSmidth stacker reclaimer in South Africa is preparing this giant machine for another decade of sustainable productivity. “As OEM and intellectual property owner, FLSmidth is undertaking the mid-life refurbishment of a stacker reclaimer and tripper car for a... 

More border openings wanted for returning workers – Minerals Council 

By: Martin Creamer     15th June 2020 More border openings are wanted for returning foreign mineworkers. As of Thursday last week, not a single foreign mineworker had re-entered South Africa from neighbouring foreign countries. “Only a limited number of border posts are open,” Minerals Council South Africa environment, health and... 

Weekly Coal Index heralds vital new era of African pricing transparency  

By: Martin Creamer     10th June 2020 Coal remains the dominant primary energy source for the production of electricity in South Africa. Even with high allocations for renewable energy in the latest Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) 2019, as well as the prospect of coal-plant decommissioning over the coming ten years, coal is still... 

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