Sasol

 
Big polluters buy time on emissions
Big polluters buy time on emissions
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Just admit it, corporate SA: You are killers
Just admit it, corporate SA: You are killers
The hardest part is leaving. I have done it dozens of times and each time I am left uttering some awkward line. It goes something along the lines of:...
Get out of dirty fossil fuel
Get out of dirty fossil fuel
The fossil fuel industry, including the world's producers of oil, gas and coal, must be put out of business by 2050 to avoid dangerous climate change...
Sasol takes stock of oil price crash
Sasol takes stock of oil price crash
Many oil producers started feeling the pinch when oil dropped below the $80 mark in November. But, after oil hit a five-year low of $50 a barrel this...
Sasol and state go head to head
Sasol and state go head to head
Sasol is playing a high-stakes game with its appeal against the Competition Tribunal decision on excessive pricing in the propylene and polypropylene markets....
It's not rocket science - Botswana on Sasol-like synfuels
It's not rocket science - Botswana on Sasol-like synfuels
Botswana will consider setting up a coal-to-liquid fuels industry to exploit the southern African country's resources and cut its annual import bill...
Sasol synfuel production soars
Sasol synfuel production soars
Sasol, the world's biggest maker of motor fuels from coal, said output of synthetic fuels for this year will be similar to fiscal 2013 as it...
Cancer valley pays a high price for South Africa's oil needs
Cancer valley pays a high price for South Africa's oil needs
Seventy-year-old Elizabeth Barnes wakes up at 2am, unable to breathe. The retired nurse, a resident of South Durban, gets up and, wheezing, draws a...
Sasol saddled with fine for overpricing
Sasol saddled with fine for overpricing
A subsidiary of South African fuel and chemicals company Sasol has been found guilty of excessive pricing of purified propylene and polypropylene,...
Sasol fined R500m for excessive plastic prices
Sasol fined R500m for excessive plastic prices
The Competition Tribunal has imposed a R534-million penalty on a subsidiary of Sasol for over-charging local customers for plastic products.
Sasol fracks with freed slave history
Sasol fracks with freed slave history
Sasol's planned ­$21-billion gas-to-liquids plant in the United States will displace a community founded by freed slaves 224 years ago.

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