With the right announcements the markets would react positively, support the government in seeking growth, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Morning clouds. Cool.
Despite the increasing availability of innovative power and lighting technology, candles were among the first to go.
Twelve people have been hospitalised following an alleged gas leak at a farm on George Blake Road in Stellenbosch, Western Cape, paramedics say.
Oil snapped four days of losses after an American warship downed an Iranian drone near the Strait of Hormuz, stoking concerns crude flows from the Middle East may be disrupted.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says the oil and gas find by Total will mostly benefit foreign companies, rather than South Africans.
Industry experts are optimistic about the Brulpadda field.
The FDA has approved a drug that reduces cow flatulence.
Is your burping getting out of hand? Excessive burping can be linked to a number of digestive issues.
Whether it’s simply a bit of discomfort after a meal, or a permanent symptom of a possible food allergy, bloating can be unpleasant.
Energy Minister Jeff Radebe said that the exploitation of gas resources in the SADC region requires financial resources.
Oil and gas exploration in South Africa dates back more than a century.
State-owned PetroSA, however, said it has several initiatives planned to keep doors open.
Nigeria has received a legal hiding after a UK court awarded a private company a $9.6bn judgment debt against the West African nation.
Reforms Angola has done since 2017 will have implications for decades to come, says the new country head for Angola of the African Energy Chamber.
South Africa’s first deep-water discovery, reported Thursday by French oil major Total SA, may prompt a rush of activity offshore by competitors as the country works to cut its reliance on imported fuels.
In a previously confidential report to government, Eskom has said the forecasts for future electricity demand in the draft IRP were too high and could result in too much new power being commissioned.
Head of the Department of Energy’s Independent Power Producers Office Karen Breytenbach said the department was working on a transition to renewables that would best benefit the country.
There’s a lively debate raging in South Africa about the extent to which renewables should replace coal, particularly given the threat of climate change. But we can't make the shift, yet, writes Hartmut Winkler.
Investors want policy certainty about the integrated resource plan before they put their money behind gas projects, says an independent power producer.
SA needs policy certainty - especially on energy policy - to attract significant infrastructure investment, says Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe.
Afrox has been awarded the state healthcare contract to supply medical gases to government hospitals.
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