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Topic - Hannes Botha
Oct 26, 2007
Despite a fall-off in the percentage contribution from Sasol's chemicals businesses to group turnover and earnings over the last few years as the synfuels business rides high on strong oil prices, the head of the group's chemicals cluster insists that the twin fuels...
Jun 28, 2007
South African petrochemicals firm Sasol has started the restructuring of its Olefins & Surfactants (O&S) business by closing its head office in Germany and consolidating its linear alkyl benzene (Lab) production plants, the company said on Thursday. It would...
Oct 28, 2005
Several percentage points of growth still possible at Secunda, says MD
May 21, 2004
Sasol Oil will have 300 retail convenience centres (RCCs) operative by July, Engineering News can today report.
May 21, 2004
Soya bean may be the most appropriate crop for the production of biodiesel in South Africa.
Mar 26, 2004
The South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia), which represents all the large oil companies operating in South Africa, has renewed its call for a clean-fuels levy to assist refineries in recouping a portion of the multi-billion-rand investment required to...
Jan 27, 2004
The South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) announced yesterday that Simphiwe Mehlomakulu, a general manager at PetroSA, has been elected as the chairperson of Sapia for 2004.
Jan 15, 2004
South African petroleum giant Sasol Oil and its black economic empowerment (BEE) partner said yesterday that they would aim to achieve a 10% market share in the country’s fuel retail sector in the short-term, while their long-term goal would be to gain 50% of...
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Mar 11, 2003
South African petrochemicals giant Sasol is in the process of spending R870-million on another comonomer project, Engineering News Online can today exclusively report.
Feb 14, 2003
Much good work has been done by South African oil and petroleum companies, with regard to black economic empowerment (BEE), says South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) director Colin McClelland.
Jan 24, 2003
A Sasol oil director has been elected chairperson of the South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA), a body that until recently refused membership to the South African-based petrochemical group.
Sep 11, 2002
South African petrochemical group Sasol said on Tuesday it planned to restructure its R10-billion ($945-million) liquid fuels business next year and to offer a 25% stake to black-owned companies.
Aug 16, 2002
South African petrochemicals group Sasol said yesterday expansion work at its Natref refinery was not yet completed as scheduled, but the refinery was due to be back on track before the end of the month.
Jul 17, 2002
South African synthetic fuel producer Sasol yesterday said it was expanding the crude distillation facilities at its Natref refinery to increase production to 105 000 barrels per day (bpd).
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