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Burgan’s fuel storage facility gets nod from Operation Phakisa

Burgan Cape Terminals announced that Government has earmarked the company’s development of new fuel storage and distribution facilities for Cape Town Harbour as an Operation Phakisa project. Muziwandile Mseleku, CEO...

Batten down the hatches on industrial commodities

Investors in industrial commodities may need to batten down the hatches in the year ahead, while precious metals could show improved signs of growth over the next three years, says the...

Petroleum body backs Petro.t.ex Africa

Twenty petroleum corporations comprise membership of the South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA) which will ‘fuel’ the impetus of this year’s Petro.t.ex Africa event. Petro.t.ex, a major mid- and down-stream Exhibition and...

SA’s mining sector fuelling renewable energy options

South Africa’s mining companies are currently facing major financial losses due to on-going power outages. The challenges brought on by load-shedding, which were highlighted at the 2015 Mining Indaba, coupled with...

Urgent solutions needed for ‘squeezed’ mining sector

Mining is being squeezed between low commodity prices and rising expectations from government and civil society, but is still struggling to find practical strategies out of this predicament, according to SRK...

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Substantial cost savings achieved as Konecranes upgrades old Wolff Crane

A 35 T/15 T Wolff Crane, that was installed in a local metal plant in 1989, was recently upgraded by Konecranes. The modernisation of...

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