Industrial groups in South Africa have voiced their commitment to an equitable transition, while calling for increased carbon prices to be pushed back to after 2035.
Japanese corporates have signed around 90 agreements with African investors at the recently concluded 8th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) in Tunisia.
Sasol has reported adjusted EBITDA up 48% for its financial year, ending on June 30.
Sasol Ltd., South Africa’s largest fuel producer, declared force majeure on the supply of petroleum products due to delays in deliveries of crude to the Natref refinery it owns with TotalEnergies, leaving just a fraction of the country’s fuel-production capacity still operational.
Floods in KwaZulu-Natal have disrupted some of Sasol’s chemical exports, the company has said, while reaffirming its hedging plans.
Instituto Nacional de Petroleo (INP) has approved 12 of the 13 companies for pre-qualification in its sixth licence round.
Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi has ceremonially laid the first stone for the Temane project.
Sasol has reported EBIT of 24.3 billion rand ($1.6bn) for the six months ending on December 31, 2021, up 12%.
South Africa sees it as “imperative” to add more gas suppliers, in order to help develop the local sector.
Sasol expects production from its Secunda facility to fall to 6.7-6.8 million tonnes in the 2022 financial year, following a string of accidents.
Sasol and Globeleq have reached financial close on the gas-fired Central Termica de Temane (CTT) power project in Mozambique.
Petrochemical giant Sasol has come under fire for its emission reduction plans, particularly around its reliance on new technologies and resources to deliver the needed gains.
Africa Oil Week (AOW) and African Energy Week (AEW) have gone head to head, competing for interest and delegates to come to Dubai and Cape Town respectively.
A group of CEOs and government officials have launched the Energy Council of South Africa.
Eni is pulling out of plans to explore for oil with Sasol in a large block off South Africa’s southeast coast due to concerns over the technical challenges of drilling in deep waters, according to two people familiar with the decision.
Geofizyka Torun has begun shooting 3D seismic onshore in Mozambique for Sasol.
Sasol has signed up to investigate the potential for a green hydrogen hub at Boegoebaai, in the Namakwa special economic zone (SEZ).
Sasol and the Central Energy Fund (CEF) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on accelerating gas developments in South Africa.
Sasol has begun its statutory maintenance at Secunda, which involves a major shutdown and a challenge for the company’s COVID measures.
Sasol has teamed up with the Mpumalanga government ahead of planned maintenance at its Secunda site.
Sapref has declared force majeure in response to unrest sweeping South Africa.
Sasol and the Industrial Development Corp. (IDC) have signed up to work together on driving South Africa’s green hydrogen sector forward.
Sasol has signed agreements to supply gas and LPG, allowing work to begin on the up-, mid- and downstream to begin in Mozambique.
Air Liquide’s plan to buy into Sasol’s air separation units has got the thumbs up from South Africa’s Competition Tribunal – although with some provisos.
South Africa’s Reatile Group and African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM) have teamed up to buy a 30% stake in Sasol’s Mozambique pipeline.