coal | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 3

“Egyptians Against Coal” Aims to Eliminate Coal Usage in Egypt by 2017

An Egyptian environmental coalition named “Egyptians Against Coal” (EAC) released a statement today calling for the end of coal usage in Egypt by 2017. The grassroots movement objects to coal being used for industria ...

Morocco to Issue LNG Tenders, Moving Away from Coal Power

Morocco's energy minister, Abdelkader Amara, said on Tuesday that his country expects to shortlist three companies for its new long-term contracts to LNG within the next two weeks

1/3rd of South Africa’s Coal Miners Strike

South African coal miners began a strike after wage talks collapsed, disrupting the sector that produces the country's electricity and exports coal to Europe and Asia.

Sasol Riding South African Gas Procurement Wave

South Africa's government is planning to launch a gas-to-power procurement programme in September, with bids expected in the first quarter of 2016

South Africa’s Sasol Reports Lower FY2015 Earnings and Dividends

South African Petrochemicals Company Sasol Limited today released full results for the year ending in June 2015, lowering its dividend after weaker oil prices hit earnings.

South Africa Inaugurates New Unit at Coal Power Plant

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma inaugurated the new unit of a massive new coal-fired power plant situated north of Johannesburg recently.

South African Power-Coal Dispute Enters New Phase

In the latest developments concerning the Eskom-Gelcore dispute in South Africa, power supplier Eskom announced on Wednesday that it now insists on compensation from Glencore's mining subsidiary Optimum

South Valley Cement Invests EGP 200m to Shift to Coal

South Valley Cement Company (SVCE) is currently installing a coal mill that is scheduled to be finished by mid-2016, said General Manager Ahmed Ibrahim to Amwal al Ghad.

South African Power Problems Besot Eskom

South African power firm Eskom has been struggling lately due to problems associated with both its nuclear and coal investments.

World Energy Council: Energy Crisis in Egypt Needs EGP 140bn

Maher Aziz, member of the World Energy Council, said Egypt needs EGP 140bn (US$18.2bn) to solve its ongoing electricity shortages.

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