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In-house renewable energy could be a boon for South African mines, says SRK

7th February 2020 With their recent profitability buoyed by price improvements in certain commodities, some South African miners may consider investing part of their windfall gains to create their own renewable energy generating capacity, and according to consultancy SRK Consulting director and principal... 

Hydropedology focus added to water use licence consideration

20th September 2019 Growing awareness around the importance of wetlands is prompting the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) to request specialist hydropedological studies from companies applying for water use licences under certain conditions. Hydropedology – the study of the interaction between soils and... 

Economic assessment shows positive NPV of $285m for Giyani's Botswana project

15th August 2019 A preliminary economic assessment (PEA), undertaken by consultants SRK Consulting, has shown a positive net present value (NPV) of $285-million for TSX-V- and Frankfurt-listed Giyani Metals' K.Hill manganese project, in Botswana. Giyani will have to invest about $141.3-million in capital... 

W Resources' La Parilla mine in the home stretch

7th August 2019 The La Parilla tin and tungsten mine, in Spain, is in the final stages of construction, with the mine, crusher and jig and mill plants commissioned and processing ore, while the new large-scale concentrator plant is set for start-up by September. London-listed W Resources reported on Wednesday... 

Trial mining preparation ongoing at Monument’s Malaysia mine

29th May 2019 TSX-V-listed Monument Mining on Tuesday reported that preparation was ongoing for a trial mining programme at the Peranggih gold prospect at the Selinsing gold mine, in Malaysia. The programme is aimed at sustaining the current oxide production before the sulphide production starts. 

SRK outlines environmental considerations for Brulpadda gas extraction

5th April 2019 SRK Consulting environmental assessment practitioner Sue Reuther says although news of the large Brulpadda gas find off South Africa’s southern coast holds economic potential, the project could take ten years to reach production and all environmental risks would first need to be considered for... 
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