Oil and Gas
SAQCC Gas Installers vs. Practitioners
The increasing availability of fuel gas in South Africa has impacted many households and commercial spaces as homeowners and business owners migrate to gas as an energy
01 Nov 2019
South African Gas Industry Women in the Gas Industry
Certain Industries may be male-dominated for a variety of reasons, such as cultural norms, interests, and history. History, in particular, plays a huge role in gender integration
30 Sep 2019
Southern Africa Gas Association The SADC Combustion Seminar
The Southern African Gas Association (SAGA) will be hosting the SADC Combustion Seminar which will address a variety of technical aspects of combustion and fuel handling systems.
29 Aug 2019
Oil and gas in SA With South Africa currently importing the bulk of its oil needs, the prospect of becoming self-sufficient in terms of this much sought after resource for at least four years is a most welcome development which should boost the country’s economy immensely
French oil firm, Total, in February this year announced the discovery of a large “gas condensate” 175 kilometres off the south coast of South Africa at its
27 Aug 2019
Leading renewable energy When it comes to investing in renewable and sustainable energy sources, two things are important: research–and creating a knowledgeable workforce for the future
That planet earth will eventually run out of fossil-based energy sources such as coal, natural gas and oil, is a given. It is just a matter of time. How much time? That we can
27 Aug 2019
Chinese Oil and Gas Investors on African opportunities Centurion CEO speaks to Chinese Oil and Gas Investors on African opportunities
A team of attorneys from Centurion is in China this week to participate in the EG Ronda Licensing Roadshow being held today and tomorrow at the Kempinski Hotel Beijing. Led by CEO
04 Jul 2019
Gas discovery could boost the economy In February this year, there was a much-celebrated large gas field discovery off the Southern Coast of South Africa
In February this year, there was a much-celebrated large gas field discovery off the Southern Coast of South Africa–some 275km South of Mossel Bay. This discovery was made
27 May 2019 - R. S.
Natural Gas Fuelling the Future
Natural gas is a colourless and odourless fuel source that is formed deep beneath the earth's surface, it contains many different compounds, primarily methane. Although considered
28 Feb 2019
SAQCC Gas Gas-Keeping up with the Regulations
Laws and regulations are very important in the society. They are a necessity in order to keep the public safe and contented. South Africa has various laws and regulations which
29 Jan 2019
LPGSASA Storing an LPGas Cylinder-SAFELY
There are specific guidelines that should always be followed when storing LPGas Cylinders, these guidelines help to prevent unnecessary accidents that could cause serious damage.
31 Oct 2018
Africa Oil Week’s content-rich programme has expanded Brand new for 2018 is the Africa Oil Week (AOW) Prospect Forum
Africa Oil Week www.Africa-OilWeek.com, the leading international oil and gas event set to take place in Cape Town, South Africa on the 5 – 9 November 2018, will build on 25
16 Oct 2018
The Rose Foundation Store used oil, save the environment
South Africa generates an average of 120 million litres of used lubricant oil in a year. This is a large amount of used oil that, if not collected and recycled responsibly, could
30 Aug 2018
Fuel hikes could result in insurance dilemmas Fuel hikes could result in insurance dilemmas for cost-saving South Africans
It’s getting tough out there for many South Africans. Not only has the VAT increase and inflation taken its toll but as of 6 June 2018, we are all paying 82 cents a liter
20 Jun 2018
Africa Oil and Gas Review Africa’s oil and gas industry needs to ‘learn to leapfrog’ and harness innovation and technology to stay ahead of the competition
PwC recently published its annual Africa Oil and Gas Review entitled ‘Learning to Leapfrog’. It factors in the views of oil and gas industry participants operating in
22 Feb 2018
Breaking new ground for women Trailblazer Priscillah Mabelane is breaking new ground in the oil and gas industry and is the first woman in the history of South Africa (SA)’s oil industry to head a multi-national company – marking a significant milestone in the organisation and industry’s transformation journey
With over 20 years service in a number of key leadership positions, Mabelane brings a wealth of world-class experience and expertise to her new role as CEO for BP Southern Africa
19 Feb 2018
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