Friday , July 12 2024

Editor picks

Deep Yellow Secures Funding Partner for Namibia’s Tumas Uranium Project

Namibia’s hopes for a resurgent uranium industry got a shot in the arm this week, with Deep Yellow Limited announcing the appointment of Nedbank as the lead arranger for project financing of the Tumas Project. This marks a significant milestone for Deep Yellow, as they gear up to develop their …

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Bannerman Scores N$1 Billion to Energize Namibia’s Uranium Dream

Australian junior miner Bannerman Energy has taken a significant step towards realizing Namibia’s uranium ambitions. The company announced on Friday that it had successfully secured N$1.03 billion (A$85 million) through a share placement. This vital cash injection will propel the development of Bannerman’s Etango-8 uranium project, located in Namibia. The …

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Ferrodrill Namibia (Pty) LTD

A Namibian drilling company since 2006, has completed numerous successful projects throughout the country. The list of satisfied clients is extensive with references available.   OUR FLEET CONSISTS OF: 10x RC drillrigs 12x Core drillrigs Related support rod trucks, water trucks, compressors, boosters, crew carriers, LDV’s   OUR FOCUS AREAS …

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Too much of a good thing

More is not always the right approach when it comes to using oil additives.  In many instances, blending more additive into the oil, does not result in improved performance. Sometimes, adding more additive actually causes the oil’s function to deteriorate.  In other cases, while the performance of the additive doesn’t …

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The evolution of oil filtration systems

Early automotive engines didn’t use any kind of filtration for the oil. It wasn’t until a patent was granted to Ernest Sweetland and George Greenhalgh in 1923 – for their product the “pure oil later” or “Purolator” – that you could buy an automobile with a full-pressure lubrication system. It …

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Aftermarket oil additives can backfire

Increasing the percentage of a certain additive may improve one property of an oil, while at the same time degrading another. When the specified concentrations of additives become unbalanced, overall oil quality can be affected. Some additives compete with each other for the same space on a metal surface. For …

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Insights into oil additives

By simply including an additive, an inferior base oil cannot be converted into a premium product. It is illogical to use poor-quality oil on a continuing basis, and attempt to overcome its poor lubricating qualities with some special additive. A far better approach is to determine the manufacturer’s recommendation as …

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Madison Metals Unveils High-Grade Uranium Targets in Namibia Project

Canadian miner Madison Metals has sent a jolt of excitement through the resource sector, outlining priority drill targets at its Khan Project in Namibia. This news comes as a welcome development for investors eager to capitalize on the growing global demand for uranium, a critical fuel for clean nuclear energy. …

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Seriously safe boots for the mining industry

With Africa holding 30 percent of the world’s mineral reserves, the industry is poised for further investment as operations scale across the continent, notably in Southern and central Africa. Bata Industrials South Africa, a South African-based safety shoe manufacturer, believes in the need to begin with the basics of a …

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OAR Makes a Power Play in Namibia, Expanding Uranium Footprint

Johannesburg – In a move that strengthens their position as a key uranium player, Oar Resources Limited (OAR) announced this week that they have secured a foothold in Namibia, a country synonymous with large-scale uranium production. This expansion marks a significant step for OAR, venturing beyond their current projects and …

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