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World’s biggest coal terminal to review 2015 goal on power cut

Posted on 04 April 2014

South Africa’s Richards Bay Coal Terminal is reviewing export targets for 2015 after a power cut in February forced it to reduce this year’s goal, the head of the world’s largest standalone export facility for the fuel said.
RBCT trimmed its forecast for shipments this year to 73 million metric tons from 75 million tons after it had to halt operations for almost 10 days in February because of faults on municipal power cables that cut supply, Chief Executive Officer Nosipho Siwisa-Damasane said. While it cleared the backlog by March 31, the facility, together with exporters and Transnet SOC Ltd., the state-owned ports and rail utility, faces losses of about 2.1 billion rand ($197 million)………………………………Full Article: Source


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