Monthly Archives: November 2019

NOVEMBER 2018

https://www.economist.com/the-economist-explains/2018/10/31/why-the-far-side-of-the-moon-is-so-unknown Helium nanodroplets: what is solvation and cluster formation?

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South Africa Looks To Tap Into The Global Helium Market

Energy company, Renergen has commissioned South Africa’s first commercial liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquid helium plant. This makes the country the only African commercial helium producer. South Africa will join 7 other countries in the world that export helium, … Continue reading

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Construction Company Caterpillar Wants To Mine the Moon

What would it take for Earth’s autonomous mining technology to reach outer space? Construction giant Caterpillar hopes to one day bring its autonomous mining technology to one of the universe’s most sought after mining locations: the moon. Technology used in … Continue reading

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Renergen Commissions LNG And Helium Plant

Renergen has commissioned South Africa’s first commercial LNG and liquid helium plant. The emerging domestic natural gas and helium producer today said it has awarded Chinese firm Western Shell Cryogenic Equipment (WSCE) the contract to supply the technology and equipment … Continue reading

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Construction Of South Africa’s First Liquid Helium Plant Commences

Construction of South Africa’s first commercial liquid helium plant located in Free State has commenced according to Renergen, the project’s developer, and renewable energy provider. On a statement, the company mentioned that it has awarded the contract for the supply … Continue reading

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