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Thakadu nickel sulphate refinery starts production

THAKADU Battery Materials, a supplier of high-purity battery raw materials, has commenced production at its U$20 million nickel sulphate refinery, adjacent to Lonmin’s base metals refinery in Marikana, NW Province, putting Africa...

On-site testwork at refinery paves way to quality boost

ON-SITE testwork at a South African base metal refinery allowed Multotec to prove its sievebend solution for improving the quality of the customer’s product to market. According to PJ Pieters, process engineer...

Two die in Milnerton refinery explosion

A large explosion rocked the Astron Energy refinery at about 4am on Thursday morning , leaving two people dead and six others injured. The plant is located in Milnerton and damage...

A really ‘refined’ solution: Rand-Air Durban supplies Class-0 oil-free air to oil refinery shutdowns

While Durban is one of South Africa's major industrial hubs, it is also home to some of South Africa’s major oil refineries. The fuel and oil from these refineries keep much of South Africa and its economy...

Engen Refinery to undergo planned routine maintenance

Engen Refinery, South Africa’s second largest oil refinery, is set to undergo a planned maintenance Outage. Starting on 2 September 2019, this scheduled activity forms part of the refinery’s ongoing maintenance programme,...

DA demands details of SA’s $1bn South Sudan oil refinery project

The  DA intends to intervene in a deal in which energy minister Jeff Radebe is allegedly pushing for SA to spend at least $1bn in building an oil refinery in South...

SA and Saudi Arabia discuss building oil refinery in SA

With Saudi Arabia supplying about 40% of SA’s crude oil, ties between the two countries are close. Saudi Arabia is in talks to build an oil refinery in SA as part of...

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