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Synergy points to strong new SA oil firm

28th May 1999 Malaysian firm Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) and Sasol are exploring several options for co-operation between them following the announcement that they had signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) in March. The two companies are exploring options to exploit fully the existing and... 

State-approved inspection authority stands tall

26th March 1999 Originally selected as one of two contractors to look after all Vodacom towers and masts countrywide, government-approved inspection authority Innovative Inspection Services (IIS) of Centurion, Gauteng, has been appointed the preferred contractor, and is now the only inspection authority working... 

Study into synfuel protection this year

12th March 1999 The Department of Minerals and Energy will go out to tender later this year to select consultants to study and suggest an appropriate import protection regime for South Africa’s synfuel industry beyond 2000. Protection has been a bone of contention in the industry for some time, with a... 

New heat-exchangers step up to the plate

26th February 1999 In a bid to increase market share and become the country’s leading supplier of heat-exchange products, Siebe group company APV South Africa has introduced a new range of heat-exchange products into the market. This is revealed by APV product manager Cecil Oates, who sees the new range of... 

Lack of regulations threatens mast quality

26th February 1999 The lack of regulations for quality assurance in the mast and steel structure industry is resulting in the flooding of the market with substandard products by unqualified individuals, warns Innovative Inspection Services (ISS) MD Christo Louw. Although quality specifications are proposed by the... 

Smooth re-entry into market

19th February 1999 Lubricants company Mobil Oil South Africa reports that its re-entry into South Africa is on track and that the key components are now in place to achieve a 15% market share in lubricants in two to four years. Mobil is said to be the world’s second-largest synthetic lubricants company and...