South Africa’s Sasol has made progress in righting its progress, putting it on the right direction for a greener, cleaner future.
Sasol expects to post strong results for the second half of 2020, while adjusted EBITDA will drop by as much as 10%.
Sasol has set out steps to cut carbon emissions in a 10-year pivot away from coal and towards alternative energy sources.
Sasol has invited experienced companies to work with it on developing carbon offsets, in South Africa and the SADC region.
South Africa’s subsidy support for Sasol is inefficient and fails to achieve what it sets out to do, namely protect consumers from price shocks, according to the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).
Sasol has signed up to Operation Clean Sweep (OCS), intended to prevent plastic waste from entering the sea.
Sasol has invited bidders to participate in developing two 10 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) facilities in South Africa.
Sasol has struck an exclusive negotiations agreement on the sale of its 16 air separation units to Air Liquide.
Sasol has appointed Wood to act as engineering partner under a five-year partnership framework agreement, with a focus on operations across South Africa.