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The International Infrastructure & Invest Convention (IIIC) PDF Available

The Official Conference of Electra Mining 2014 – the largest mining exhibition in Africa 16-17 September 2014, Nasrec/Expo Centre, Johannesburg Africa’s wide-ranging and still largely untapped mineral wealth cannot be disputed. With...
2nd September 2014
9. Product Listings

Hydraulic Rockdrill

Atlas Copco’s new hydraulic underground handheld rock drill-system, HRD100, is one of the most powerful underground handheld rock drills (HRDs) on the market. The smart power pack monitors all vital functions and can compensate for pressure...
2nd September 2014

Ballard appoints new CEO

Fuel cell products provider Ballard Power Systems has appointed Randall MacEwen as president and CEO, effective October 6, replacing John Sheridan, who is retiring after serving as the company’s president and CEO since 2006. Sheridan would...
2nd September 2014

MRRT to be axed as Abbot government makes repeal deal

The Australian resources industry has welcomed the news that the federal government had secured the necessary votes to abolish the minerals resource rent tax (MRRT). The Senate failed to abolish the MRRT earlier this year, with the Australian...
2nd September 2014

Kumba Iron Ore bridges digital divide in black schools with sun’s help

Smiling teacher Selby Nkwanyana with pupil Nontsikelelo Kalashe Anglo American company Kumba Iron Ore on Monday opened a sun-powered Internet school in Tembisa. The initiative, at Jiyana Secondary School, is the first of four such projects to better education, feed pupils and produce cooking gas from recycled...
1st September 2014

Goldcorp reducing costs by embracing renewable energy

Over the past 18 months, Goldcorp, based in Vancouver, has built the organisational infrastructure to manage its energy demands far more efficiently, explained corporate energy manager Flyn McCarthy. He discussed how Goldcorp measured energy...
29th August 2014

Cronimet turns sod on large Namibian PV plant

Mining and energy solutions firm Cronimet Mining Power Solutions officially broke ground and began its engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracting activities for a large Namibian photovoltaic (PV) power plant on August 18. The PV...
29th August 2014

Mineral beneficiation, industrialisation key to development – Finance Minister

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene The key to the development of South Africa lay in mineral beneficiation and industrialisation in joint development with its regional neighbours, South Africa’s new Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene told the Centre for Education In Economics and...
29th August 2014

'Manage expectations,' Woodside's Coleman tells African countries

Oil and gas major Woodside on Friday called on emerging African resource nations to carefully consider implementing any policy changes that could scare away foreign investment. Speaking at the second day of the East Africa Oil and Gas conference,...
29th August 2014

Qld Minister pushes for deep oil and gas developments

The Queensland government has released a framework that outlines the opportunities to develop the state’s next generation of deep oil and gas projects. Natural Resources and Mines Minister Andrew Cripps said the development of deep oil and...
29th August 2014

Linc turns Carmichael royalty into cash to focus on core assets

Singapore listed Linc Energy has agreed to sell its royalty in the Carmichael coal mine to Indian developer Adani, for A$155-million, as part of a strategy to reduce debt and strengthen its balance sheet. Linc sold the Queensland-based Carmichael...
29th August 2014
Corporate Profile

B&W Instrumentation and Electrical

Established more than 40 years ago, B&W Instrumentation and Electrical has grown into one of South Africa’s largest specialist electrical and instrumentation (E&I) construction groups, with a footprint throughout South Africa and across...
29th August 2014
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