ARTICLES RELATING TO ENERGY

Sudan and South Sudan renegotiating oil deal

2016-02-04 11:16

Sudan and South Sudan's oil ministers have agreed in principle a new oil pipeline deal, reports say, after slumps in global prices made Juba effectively pay to export crude.

Bomb attacks on pipelines cause massive oil spill in Nigeria

2016-02-02 07:34

Residents say multiple bombings of Agip oil pipelines have thousands of barrels of oil polluting waterways, agricultural fields and fishing grounds in Nigeria's southern Bayelsa state

Zim, Zambia mines ramp up output on Eskom deal

2016-01-27 09:38

The 300MW excess electricity Eskom has agreed to supply to both Zimbabwe and Zambia is allowing mining operations across the region to intensify production.

Eskom hits back as opposition to tariff hike grows

2016-01-20 12:19

Opposition to Eskom’s proposed tariff increases has gained momentum as energy regulator Nersa closed its session for hearings in Cape Town.

Outcry against Zim's 49% proposed electricity hike

2016-01-20 11:59

Zimbabwe's business community says a proposed 49% electricity tariff increase by the country's power utility is unaffordable and will reduce competitiveness.

Voices of poor not heard at Eskom hearings - climate group

2016-01-19 18:14

The voices of poor communities are not being heard at Nersa hearings on Eskom's proposed 17% tariff hike, according to a campaign group.

SA not ready for another unaffordable tariff hike, Nersa hears

2016-01-19 07:02

The public hearings relating to Eskom's presentation to Nersa into its application for the evaluation and approval of more electricity price hikes are set to continue.

Eskom urges Lesotho, Swaziland to use less power

2016-01-15 17:30

Eskom has asked Lesotho and Swaziland to use less electricity to help SA avoid load shedding, which could become necessary if the power supply faces constraints.

Concerns over two Belgian nuclear reactors

2016-01-14 20:18

Two Belgian nuclear reactors which were temporarily shut down due to structural problems should never have been restarted, according to a study commissioned by a pro-environmental group

Eskom helps Zim weather power crunch

2016-01-11 19:30

Zimbabwe is set to approve a $1.2bn power deal for the refurbishment of the Hwange power station, with Eskom giving the country a 300 MW energy boost.

 

Eskom, Jozi 'must target illegal connections together'

2016-02-03 14:29

Who is actually responsible for electricity reticulation in Zandspruit, and for removing these illegal and dangerous electricity connections?

Gupta connection cloud over Eskom coal supplier

2016-01-29 13:07

Eskom is allegedly buying coal for its Arnot plant from a mine being bought by a company controlled by the Gupta family, friends of President Jacob Zuma, say sources.

Libya lost $68bn from attacks on oil, industry chief says

2016-01-26 07:22

Libya will fall further into chaos if its factions don't quickly form a unity government, the head of the state oil company warns, noting the country has already lost some $68bn in oil sales amid political infighting.

Outcry against Zim's 49% proposed electricity hike

2016-01-20 12:19

Zimbabwe's business community says a proposed 49% electricity tariff increase by the country's power utility is unaffordable and will reduce competitiveness.

Eskom hits back as opposition to tariff hike grows

2016-01-20 06:54

Opposition to Eskom’s proposed tariff increases has gained momentum as energy regulator Nersa closed its session for hearings in Cape Town.

Eskom tariff hike will jeopardise food security - Agri WC

2016-01-19 13:54

Eskom's proposed 17% tariff increase will hit the agricultural industry hard, the National Energy Regulator of South Africa has heard.

Belgium's ageing nuclear plants worry neighbours

2016-01-17 15:00

As the two cooling towers at Belgium's Doel nuclear power belch thick white steam into the sky, people over the border in a Dutch town are on edge.

Nuclear plan still needs to get past Ramaphosa, Gordhan

2016-01-15 16:36

After Treasury comes up with a nuclear energy finance model, the programme will still need to be approved by a committee chaired by Cyril Ramaphosa, says Alec Hogg.

Major hydropower project in Nepal stopped

2016-01-13 20:01

A Norwegian company has announced its decision to "discontinue" the development of a major hydropower plant in Nepal.

Eskom: No secrecy around Zim power deal

2016-01-05 07:58

Eskom has confirmed the sale of electricity to Zimbabwe but denied that the power supply agreement with its Zimbabwean counterpart is secret.

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