Corporate Affairs

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    Virginia project to stimulate local gas economy

    Alternative fuels investment firm Renergen’s Tetra4 Virginia natural gas project, in the Free State, will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2021, with a Phase 2 expansion being planned. Tetra4 is a natural gas and helium company, which Renergen acquired 90% of in December 2015.

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    Virginia project to stimulate local gas economy

    Alternative fuels investment firm Renergen’s Tetra4 Virginia natural gas project, in the Free State, will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2021, with a Phase 2 expansion being planned. Tetra4 is a natural gas and helium company, which Renergen acquired 90% of in December 2015.

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    Benefits of quality-specified concrete being recognised

    Years of effort by the South African Readymix Association (Sarma) to spread awareness about the importance of quality-specified concrete are finally bearing fruit, as it is starting to reach local-government level, says Sarma director Johan van Wyk. Co…

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    Sarma accreditation mitigates lack of concrete laws

    Accreditation as a South African Readymix Association (Sarma) member can mitigate many of the challenges associated with the lack of laws and specification governing the production of quality concrete, says Sarma director Johan van Wyk. “It’s significant to get accreditation because there is no law. The Sarma member that gets accreditation is a company that wants to follow the rules and be held to a standard.”

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    Sarma accreditation mitigates lack of concrete laws

    Accreditation as a South African Readymix Association (Sarma) member can mitigate many of the challenges associated with the lack of laws and specification governing the production of quality concrete, says Sarma director Johan van Wyk. “It’s significant to get accreditation because there is no law. The Sarma member that gets accreditation is a company that wants to follow the rules and be held to a standard.”

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    Benefits of quality-specified concrete being recognised

    Years of effort by the South African Readymix Association (Sarma) to spread awareness about the importance of quality-specified concrete are finally bearing fruit, as it is starting to reach local-government level, says Sarma director Johan van Wyk. Co…

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    New combustion emission monitoring equipment offered to Africa

    Mining, industrial and processing solutions provider RTS Africa Technologies is the exclusive supplier of laser-based online gas analysers and monitoring recording equipment, from Norwegian company NEO Monitors; as well as, more recently, a range of both multiple channel and portable instruments, from US-based combustion analyser manufacturers IMR Environmental Equipment, which has not been marketed locally or in Africa previously. This forms part of RTS Africa Technologies’ – a division of the RTS Africa Group –offering to the gas analysis market in South Africa and pan-Africa, and it is now the agent for the range of products IMR supplies in the entire region.

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    New combustion emission monitoring equipment offered to Africa

    Mining, industrial and processing solutions provider RTS Africa Technologies is the exclusive supplier of laser-based online gas analysers and monitoring recording equipment, from Norwegian company NEO Monitors; as well as, more recently, a range of both multiple channel and portable instruments, from US-based combustion analyser manufacturers IMR Environmental Equipment, which has not been marketed locally or in Africa previously. This forms part of RTS Africa Technologies’ – a division of the RTS Africa Group –offering to the gas analysis market in South Africa and pan-Africa, and it is now the agent for the range of products IMR supplies in the entire region.

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    Infrastructure backlog provides growth opportunities for company

    There is a backlog of sufficient planned new bulk water infrastructure projects in South Africa which could potentially provide increased opportunities for engineering consultants, such as AECOM, to become involved in more infrastructure development, says AECOM water business line director Werner Comrie. “Many of the new identified large projects have been delayed for implementation and municipalities are also battling to provide water services. There is also a crisis in ageing infrastructure, which requires maintenance, refurbishment or replacing.”

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    Infrastructure backlog provides growth opportunities for company

    There is a backlog of sufficient planned new bulk water infrastructure projects in South Africa which could potentially provide increased opportunities for engineering consultants, such as AECOM, to become involved in more infrastructure development, says AECOM water business line director Werner Comrie. “Many of the new identified large projects have been delayed for implementation and municipalities are also battling to provide water services. There is also a crisis in ageing infrastructure, which requires maintenance, refurbishment or replacing.”

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