Tagged With South Africa
Exploration boost for South African shale
17 November 2011
National Planning Commission (NPC) recommends shale-gas development
COP-17: New meeting, same old problem
25 October 2011
The goal of achieving a global CO2 emissions-reduction target remains a distant prospect as the world gathers in Durban
South Africa pushes ahead with fracing ban
27 April 2011
Karoo basin applications already under review to escape bar
Southern Africa looks to CBM
25 November 2010
Region’s CBM reserves could be “tens of trillions of cf”; South Africa steps up shale-gas hunt
Out of Africa
1 December 2008
"The barbarians have long since arrived at the gates of world oil, have achieved control of many commanding heights and should not now be expected to retreat." Derek Brower speaks to author Duncan Clarke
Markets: Supply dynamics on the move
1 October 2004
Spot coal prices in the Atlantic and Pacific markets have continued to rise this year, a pattern that began in 2003 and shows few signs of abating. Driven by infrastructure constraints in Australia and South Africa, and pressured by uncertainty surrounding China's future exports, supply dynamics are on the move again, writes Katherine Demopoulos