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All data is delayed by 15 min. Data supplied by INETNeed for 鈥榮eparate oil oakley online return policy and gas law鈥橳he separation of the oil and gas sector into a different piece of legislation could be part of the changes to the draft law that will govern the country鈥檚 mining sector, if Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi has his way.
Amendments to the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act were passed by Parliament in February but President Jacob Zuma still has to sign them into law.
On Tuesday, Mr Ramatlhodi briefed the media ahead of delivering his budget vote speech and said Mr Zuma would return the draft law to Parliament only if he believed it did not pass constitutional muster.
The minister said there were concerns about certain policy issues but that fact alone was not sufficient to return the bill to the legislature for further work.
"If it is not returned then what we propose is to open full-blown discussions on the regulations. We have a draft (paper) on the regulations and they are ready for stakeholder discussions," he said.
Mr Ramatlhodi indicated a need for speed in getting the regulations finalised. "While there is need for certainty of policy, there is need to get certain things done quickly."
Separating out the oil and gas sector from the act had been a sore point between former mineral resources minister Susan Shabangu and her own party鈥檚 MPs.
African National Congress MPs initially accepted industry recommendations that the oil and gas sector receive its own specialised piece of legislation. However, Ms Shabangu overruled this to ensure the National Assembly passed the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act before the fourth Parliament ended in February.
But now it appears that Mr Ramatlhodi is not averse to creating a new law to regulate South Africa鈥檚 embryonic oil and gas sector.
"I would want to leave that to the processes 鈥?the consultations. It might make a lot of sense, as it is a new field ... at the moment I am not aware of a firm decision from the department," Mr Ramatlhodi said.
In his budget speech the minister said: "What we have come to realise through the amendment process is that the mineral and petroleum industries are at very different stages in their development."
He also said the mining and upstream petroleum industries were located within the National Development Plan, which provides the national vision leading to 2030.
"The potential of the upstream petroleum industry, both shale gas and increasingly offshore deep-water oil and gas is profound, and if stewarded properly, has the potential to drive the development of our economy," he said.
His department would this year bring draft legislation to Parliament with the aim of consolidation all of government鈥檚 mining operations, Mr Ramatlhodi added.
Democratic Alliance MP James Lorimer said that the South African mining sector remained a less than lucrative investment destination due to the difficulty in securing a mining licence, and that "double dealing, general incompetence and corruption at the department increased the risk for investment opportunities in the sector".
The state鈥檚 attempt to manipulate economic outcomes would end in failure and lead to a crisis in coal supply at Eskom, he said.
On the sidelines Mr Ramatlhodi said: "It is a new ball game. The economy revolves around mining: so it is a very core element of the radical socioeconomic transformation."
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how to do this includes the direct participation of the state in mining and oil and gas ventures; in insistence on minimum requirements for black participation in the private sector, at procurement and management levels; and in the pricing of commodities, which the state now has the power to designate as "strategic".
"Those are the various initiatives. When you combine them, you start to see the whole picture. It is a new ball game," said Mr Ramatlhodi.涓冩湀 16 2014, 07:30 鈥楾he mineral and petroleum industries are oakley outlet online at very different stages in their development,鈥?says Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi. Picture: SUNDAY WORLDThe separation of the oil and gas sector into a different piece of legislation could be part of the changes to the draft law that will govern the country鈥檚 mining sector, if Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi has his way.
Amendments to the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act were passed by Parliament in February but President Jacob Zuma still has to sign them into law.
On Tuesday, Mr Ramatlhodi briefed the media ahead of delivering his budget vote speech and said Mr Zuma would return the draft law to Parliament only if he believed it did not pass constitutional muster.
The minister said there were concerns about certain policy issues but that fact alone was not sufficient to return the bill to the legislature for further work.
"If it is not returned then what we propose is to open full-blown discussions on the regulations. We have a draft (paper) on the regulations and they are ready for stakeholder discussions," he said.
Mr Ramatlhodi indicated a need for speed in getting the regulations finalised. "While there is need for certainty of policy, there is need to get certain things done quickly."
Separating out the oil and gas sector from the act had been a sore point between former mineral resources minister Susan Shabangu and her own party鈥檚 MPs.
African National Congress MPs initially accepted industry recommendations that the oil and gas sector receive its own specialised piece of legislation. However, Ms Shabangu overruled this to ensure the National Assembly passed the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act before the fourth Parliament ended in February.
But now it appears that Mr Ramatlhodi is not averse to creating a new law to regulate South Africa鈥檚 embryonic oil and gas sector.
"I would want to leave that mulberry bag outlet to the processes 鈥?the consultations. It might make a lot of sense, as it is a new field ... at the moment I am not aware of a firm decision from the department," Mr Ramatlhodi said.
In his budget speech the minister said: "What we have come to realise through the amendment process is that the mineral and petroleum industries are at very different stages in their development."
He also said the mining and upstream petroleum industries were located within the National Development Plan, which provides the national vision leading to 2030.
"The potential of the upstream petroleum industry, both shale gas and increasingly offshore deep-water oil and gas is profound, and if stewarded properly, has the potential to drive the development of our economy," he said.
His department would this year bring draft legislation to Parliament with the aim of consolidation all of government鈥檚 mining operations, Mr Ramatlhodi added.
Democratic Alliance MP James Lorimer said that the South African mining sector remained a less than lucrative investment destination due to the difficulty in securing a mining licence, and that "double dealing, general incompetence and corruption at the department increased the risk for investment opportunities in the sector".
The state鈥檚 attempt to manipulate economic outcomes would end in failure and lead to a crisis in coal supply at Eskom, he said.
On the sidelines Mr Ramatlhodi said: "It is a new ball game. The economy revolves around mining: so it is a very core element of the radical socioeconomic transformation."
The government鈥檚 vision of how to do this includes the direct participation of the state in mining and oil and gas ventures; in insistence on minimum requirements for black participation in the private sector, at procurement and management levels; and in the pricing of commodities, which the state now has the power to designate as "strategic".
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