CEO-designate Fleetwood Grobler tells Engineering News Online that a team of senior executives has been set the task of studying various gas-supply options, including those that could arise as a result of the development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export infrastructure in northern Mozambique.
Already the company has indicated that it will not pursue any greenfield coal-to-liquids plants and will also not pursue new gas-to-liquids prospects as it transitions from being primarily a producer of fuel in Southern African into a global chemicals producers.
The conference will discuss how South Africa can “Engineer an Africa for the Future” by bringing together local and international thought leaders to brainstorm on critical issues that impact the continent, namely, building a sustainable energy future using a mix of technologies - including existing fossil-fuelled plant, gas, renewable energy, storage, nuclear - all in conjunction with the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Transaction advisor for the off-grid project.
Supply & delivery of solar lights.
New 250KVA generator combination (generator and engine).
Professional services relating to Financial Services, Biogas, Energy System Optimisation (Power Quality, Solar Thermal, Process Heating) Assessments and Renewable Energy (Solar PV) Assessments.
Removal of biomass from alien vegetation.
Research and demonstration activities and services related to renewable energy, micro grids, smart grids.
Replacement of Incandescent lamps by LEDs.
Call for Investment Proposals (Mini-Grids and Energy Centres).
Tenders available to Gold Members....