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Sabina formally commits to building C$610m Nunavut mine
Sabina formally commits to building C$610m Nunavut mine
7th September 2022 By: Mariaan Webb

Canadian company Sabina Gold & Silver has formally committed to building the C$610-million Goose mine in Nunavut, with full construction set to start in 2023 and first production in 2025. The... 


CONSIDERED CAPACITY
Before developing manufacturing capacity locally, Zest WEG endeavours to understand the end-users’ needs first
Motor manufacturer helping to reduce load on grid
2nd September 2022 By: Tracy Hancock

In focusing on energy efficiency, Zest WEG, a subsidiary of Brazilian motor and controls manufacturer WEG, is helping the South African mining industry reduce its load on the country’s fragile... 


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Company receives funding for decarbonisation tech
2nd September 2022

Global New York Stock Exchange-listed industrial company General Electric (GE Gas Power) announced it has secured $4.2-million in federal funding from the US. The funding is part of the Department... 


Gas resources to meet future power demand
2nd September 2022

Following its recent and substantial oil and gas discoveries, Senegal is preparing to ensure that its vast natural gas resources help meet future electricity demand and put an end to the excessive... 


Exxaro is already generating wind energy, and is looking to generate solar in Limpopo and wind and solar in Mpumalanga.
Exxaro eyeing green hydrogen, says new CEO
2nd September 2022 By: Martin Creamer

Diversified minerals and energy company Exxaro is eyeing green hydrogen, new Exxaro CEO Dr Nombasa Tsengwa disclosed on Thursday when the JSE-listed company reported 147%-higher half-year group... 


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Eskom warns of summer load-shedding as it confirms 91 days of cuts for year to date
31st August 2022 By: Terence Creamer

Electricity utility Eskom told lawmakers on Wednesday that the risk of load-shedding remained high for the upcoming summer season, while confirming that there had already been 91 days of... 


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China-linked bots attacking rare earths producer ‘every day’
29th August 2022 By: Bloomberg

Fake social media accounts linked to the Chinese Communist Party are posting daily attacks on Lynas Rare Earths, according to the Australian company. Cyber-protection experts say the campaign is... 


Hastings takes a stake in TSX-listed Neo, funding it with Wyloo cash
26th August 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Rare earths developer Hastings Technology Metals has announced plans to acquire a 22.1% shareholding in TSX-listed Neo Performance Materials Inc, which would be funded through a A$150-million... 


MORE INCENTIVE NEEDED
A rebate scheme should also be introduced to encourage South African homeowners to replace their electric geysers with solar water heater technology, heat pumps or gas geysers
S Africa needs electricity intervention now
26th August 2022 By: Tracy Hancock

South Africa needs to promptly implement small interventions to ease the pressure on the national electricity grid, requiring an investment of between R50-billion and R100-billion, while... 


Pensana reiterates value of establishing a low-carbon magnet metal rare earth supply chain
18th August 2022 By: Darren Parker

UK rare earths mining company Pensana chairperson Paul Atherley says the company is pleased to be helping the UK lead the way in establishing a sustainable and independent magnet metal supply... 


Exxaro is already generating wind energy, and is looking to generate solar in Limpopo and wind and solar in Mpumalanga.
Exxaro eyeing green hydrogen, new CEO tells Mining Weekly
18th August 2022 By: Martin Creamer

Diversified minerals and energy company Exxaro is eyeing green hydrogen, new Exxaro CEO Dr Nombasa Tsengwa disclosed on Thursday when the JSE-listed company reported 147%-higher half-year group... 


BHP CEO Mike Henry
BHP needs to pay more for EV, clean energy metals as it returns to dealmaking
10th August 2022 By: Reuters

BHP must shell out more if it wants to snap up assets like those of OZ Minerals - a play on the future of electrification and decarbonisation, analysts and bankers said, after the miner's... 


Richmond to invest in downstream optionality
9th August 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Vanadium developer Richmond Vanadium Technology (RVT) has announced plans to invest up to A$5-million in Australian battery manufacturer Ultra Power Systems. Under the terms of the investment, RVT... 


Angolan sovereign wealth fund invests further $10m in Pensana
5th August 2022 By: Tasneem Bulbulia

Aim-listed Pensana says Fundo Soberano de Angola (FSDEA), the Angolan Sovereign Wealth Fund, will make a further $10-million equity investment in the company in return for 12.3-million ordinary... 


Anglo American's nuGen truck.
World-first hydrogen haul truck operational from August – Anglo Platinum
27th July 2022 By: Martin Creamer

The pilot world-first hydrogen haul truck launched early in the year, has had some final changes made to it before it heads into the pit and goes into operational mode from August. Meanwhile, the... 


Timing is right to extend fuel rebates to other businesses
26th July 2022

by Bernard Mofokeng, Director & Head of Tax at CMS South Africa Eskom has the privilege to claim rebates for every litre of diesel they buy and use to manage the energy crisis in the country... 


President Cyril Ramaphosa
Ramaphosa doubles next renewables round, scraps 100 MW cap on distributed plant and moots feed-in tariff as he unveils load-shedding crisis response
25th July 2022 By: Terence Creamer

President Cyril Ramaphosa unveiled several far-reaching interventions – including a doubling in the allocation for the next renewables procurement round, the scrapping of the 100 MW... 


South Africa to ‘open floodgates’ for private power generation
25th July 2022 By: Bloomberg

South Africa plans to try and resolve its chronic power shortage by making it easier for private companies to build plants and paying households and businesses to produce electricity from solar... 


A green hydrogen economy depends on this little-known machine
22nd July 2022 By: Bloomberg

Solar power depends on the solar cell. Wind power, the wind turbine. The key to the green hydrogen economy is a little-known machine with a name out of 1950s sci-fi — the electrolyser. And after a... 


Pandemic, war and 'crazy' prices menace South African pivot from coal
21st July 2022 By: Reuters

South Africa, where daily blackouts are a fact of life, knows better than most that it cannot rely on coal power. But just when its plans to shift to renewable energy to help drive Africa's most... 


Tantalex Lithium Resources chairperson Hadley Natus.
Canada’s Tantalex on way to becoming African lithium producer
19th July 2022 By: Martin Creamer

Canadian junior exploration company Tantalex Lithium Resources, which is developing tin, tantalum and lithium projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is looking to raise capital... 


SUPPORTING SURETY
Through the traceability, transparency and trust afforded by blockchain, artisanal and small-scale miners can meet the expectations of their downstream customers
Artisanal, small-scale miners still underserved
15th July 2022 By: Tracy Hancock

Artisanal mining has grown substantially in sub-Saharan Africa over the past 20 years despite being an underserved market where accessing capital, markets and expertise is challenging, says... 


Arafura weighs offtake and equity deal with GE
13th July 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

The renewables arm of US energy major General Electric (GE), GE Renewable Energy has inked a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) with ASX-listed Arafura Resources over a potential... 


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GE Gas Power addresses the energy trilemma to foster a more sustainable energy transition in mining operations
6th July 2022

Multinational industrial company General Electric (GE) has been collaborating with energy stakeholders to deploy innovative technologies tailored to respond to the needs of the mining sector. 


UK launches data centre for critical minerals
4th July 2022 By: Reuters

Britain on Monday launched a centre to gather data and analyse information on the supply of critical minerals such as cobalt and lithium, key for electric vehicle (EV) batteries. The centre, to be... 


Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan
Gordhan says Eskom, unions reach wage agreement; hopes second day of Stage 6 load-shedding can be avoided
28th June 2022 By: Chanel de Bruyn

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan on Tuesday evening said he was hopeful that Eskom would be able to avoid implementing Stage 6 load-shedding for a second day on Wednesday, after the power... 


Stage 4 load-shedding extended into weekend as illegal strike disrupts coal plants
Stage 4 load-shedding extended into weekend as illegal strike disrupts coal plants
24th June 2022 By: Terence Creamer

Eskom has extended Stage 4 load-shedding – initially implemented at 11:00 on Friday June 24, as an illegal strike led to the loss of more coal production – until Sunday and the utility has also... 


Eskom's Megawatt Park HQ
Eskom set to host first roundtable with energy experts as load-shedding is extended
22nd June 2022 By: Terence Creamer

Eskom CEO André de Ryuter reports that the utility will host its first roundtable with local and international energy experts on Friday June 24 to discuss solutions to the country’s electricity... 


Study argues that deploying gas generators
Delay gas procurement until policy reflects big cost and emission shifts – study
20th June 2022 By: Terence Creamer

Before moving ahead with the procurement of gas-fired generation, South Africa should update both its Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) for electricity and its Gas Master Plan to reflect prevailing... 


European fund for critical minerals projects to launch next year
17th June 2022 By: Reuters

A European fund to invest in critical minerals needed for a transition to zero carbon emissions is seeking billions of euros of public and private money for a launch early next year, an official... 


Eskom power lines
Eskom has 32 GW of grid capacity, but not where most renewables investors want it
17th June 2022 By: Terence Creamer

Eskom acknowledges that transmission constraints remain an obstacle to the introduction of new renewables generation, but the utility also highlights that 32 GW of grid capacity is immediately... 


US and partners enter pact to secure critical minerals like lithium
US and partners enter pact to secure critical minerals like lithium
15th June 2022 By: Reuters

The United States, Canada and other countries have established a new partnership aimed at securing the supply of critical minerals, which are essential for clean energy and other technologies, as... 


Deal-hungry miners return to Toronto with EV metals in focus
Deal-hungry miners return to Toronto with EV metals in focus
14th June 2022 By: Bloomberg

As the mining industry gathers in Toronto this week for one of its biggest annual events, the focus will be on two groups of metals: one that’s seeing soaring demand across the world, and another... 


Image shows Lynas CEO Amanda Lacaze
Lynas wins $120m HRE contract in the US
14th June 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Rare earths miner Lynas has been awarded a $140-million contract with the US Department of Defense (DoD) to establish a first of its kind commercial heavy rare earths (HRE) separation facility in... 


A metal component that can be seen with deep grooves in it caused by frictional wear
Push for education in manufacturing
10th June 2022 By: Halima Frost

Owing to a continued lack of understanding of the concept of tribology and its importance, the South African Institute of Tribology (SAIT) remains a firm advocate of the need for tribology... 


Drill results identify rare earths
10th June 2022

Phase 1 assay results from rare earth elements (REE) mineral exploration company Altona Rare Earths’ Monte Muambe light REE project in Mozambique show significant REE levels across multiple... 


SANEDI releases first technical assessment towards Clean Coal Roadmap
9th June 2022 By: Tasneem Bulbulia

A new report from government organisation the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) on clean coal technologies has presented a case for potential opportunities and challenges... 


Phase 2 exploration programme at Altona’s Monte Muambe on track
8th June 2022 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Exploration company Altona says the Phase 2 exploration programme at its flagship Monte Muambe rare earths project, in Mozambique, is progressing on schedule for the completion of a maiden Joint... 


Albemarle risks shutting German plant if EU declares lithium a hazard
8th June 2022 By: Reuters

Top lithium producer Albemarle may have to shut its Langelsheim plant in Germany if the metal used in electric vehicle batteries is declared a hazardous material by the European Union, its finance... 


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Rare earths mining marking time amid prospecting bid to explore on same site
7th June 2022 By: Martin Creamer

A rare earths development is marking time owing to a prospecting right appeal to explore where a mining right has already been granted, Steenkampskraal chairperson Trevor Blench disclosed at last... 


An image of an air-cooled condenser.
Local assembly of MACC drives to slash lead times
3rd June 2022

Drive technology supplier SEW Eurodrive’s expanded local capability out of its new Aeroton facility will include the assembly of SEW M-Series Air Cooled Condenser (MACC) air-cooled condenser drives... 


Billionaire’s seized mines pose quandary for new Zambian leader
27th May 2022 By: Bloomberg

Zambia’s new business-friendly president faces a dilemma: risk a political backlash by returning mining shafts seized from an Indian company his mines minister once labeled as the nation’s... 


An image of a hydrogen burning plant
First hydrogen-burning power plant operational
27th May 2022

Energy supplier Long Ridge Energy Terminal (Long Ridge) – a subsidiary unit of transportation and infrastructure company Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors and an affiliate... 


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