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2016 saw a shift in attitude from global powers towards fossil fuels. The Paris climate change agreement represented a change in mindset when it comes to carbon emissions and electricity generations. 195 countries, including the US and China, signed the agreement to reduce emissions to less than 2 degrees. South Africa signed the agreement, however the country still relies on coal to power the country’s key industries and coal will continue to play a fundamental role in meeting South African energy demands for years to come.

This issue of RGN highlights the importance of coal in South Africa, the key players in the sector and what the future looks like for coal-powered electricity. The big interview speaks to World Coal Association to get an idea of the global approach to coal and how that will impact South Africa. There are in-depth interviews with a variety of different South African coal miners and mining service providers. Exxaro’s executive head of coal Nombasa Tsengwa describes how the company has profited through a global price downturn and you can read interviews with Resource Generation, ELB Engineering and RSV ENCO.

Further on RGN features a selection of juniors with projects of all shapes and sizes. Avesoro Resources (formerly Aureus Mining) CEO Serhan Umurhan explains how the company will be rejuvenating the New Liberty mine and Karnalyte’s Robin Phinney expands on the flagship Wynyard project.

In our expert column section Matthew Oresman, counsel at Pilsbury Law delves into the recent lifting of sanctions on the Iranian resources sector and what it could mean for a company looking to enter that market.


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