Now the official conference of South Africa’s Department of Energy, the flagship Africa Oil & Power (AOP) conference returns to Cape Town on October 9-11, with 20+ petroleum and power ministers to speak on the theme #MakeEnergyWork.
Situated in the border town of Komatipoort, 5 km from the Mozambique-South Africa border.
Tetra4 will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) locally and sell it to transport companies, to reduce reliance on imported diesel.
Established manufacturers are investing in new capacity as two powerful new sectors – wind power and maritime – have started delivering on their potential to expand the Eastern Cape economy.
Business South Africa offers companies a unique and effective means of engaging with the private sector and all levels of government in South Africa.
Small-scale independent generation could be a game-changer, but discussions about feed-in tariffs will have to be finalised before the huge energy-generating potential of these sectors can be fulfilled.
The new caisson forms part of a multi-million rand overhaul of the port’s ship repair facilities over a three-year period (2019-2022) under South Africa’s Operation Phakisa Programme, which has identified ship building and repairs as a strategic industry for the port.
The Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone has formally been in existence since 2013 and it has ambitious plans to tap further into the burgeoning oil rig maintenance and repair business.
Since 1990, Lesedi has demonstrated expertise in the oil & gas sector with many successful projects across Africa.
Oil, Gas and Energy Mozambique 2019 will showcase current and available services and investment opportunities in Mozambique within the Oil, Gas and Energy sectors, 29 August 2019 at The Bay Hotel, Cape Town.