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Engen condemns attack on petrol attendant
Engen condemns attack on petrol attendant
No arrest has been made in connection with the assault of a petrol attendant an Engen garage in eMalahleni at the weekend. Police say they are...
Racist assault caught on camera: Bikers attack attendant
Racist assault caught on camera: Bikers attack attendant
eMalahleni police are investigating a case of what appears to...
[Video]Welcome to SA's 'cancer valley'
[Video]Welcome to SA's 'cancer valley'
Compelling evidence shows petrochemical industries have caused the exceptionally high cancer and asthma rates in the South Durban valley.
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...
PetroSA said to buy Petronas's majority Engen stake
PetroSA said to buy Petronas's majority Engen stake
PetroSA, South Africa’s state-owned oil company, is considering buying a controlling stake in fuel retailer Engen from Malaysia’s...
Engen buys Saudi oil to replace Iran's shortfall
Engen buys Saudi oil to replace Iran's shortfall
Engen has turned to top oil exporter Saudi Aramco for additional crude after South Africa's biggest buyer of Iranian crude halted imports from the...
Engen, Shell hit with major fines for price fixing
Engen, Shell hit with major fines for price fixing
The Competition Commission on Tuesday announced major oil companies, Engen Petroleum and Shell South Africa Marketing, have been fined for fixing...
Solidarity declares wage dispute in fuel sector
Solidarity declares wage dispute in fuel sector
Labour union Solidarity said on Wednesday it had declared a wage dispute in the country's petroleum sector after negotiations failed.
Engen expands presence in Africa
Engen expands presence in Africa
South African petroleum company Engen will focus next on Ghana, Kenya and Uganda as it expands its presence on the continent following a deal to...
Engen shuts refinery after power cut
Engen shuts refinery after power cut
Engen Petroleum was forced to shut its 125 000 barrels-per-day refinery in South Africa after a major power failure in the Durban area, the...
Lack of breathalysers not our fault, says Engen
Lack of breathalysers not our fault, says Engen
Engen can't be blamed for the unavailability of disposable breathalysers at its service station shops, the company said on Thursday.
African firms eye BP, Shell Zimbabwe assets
African firms eye BP, Shell Zimbabwe assets
African oil firms Engen Petroleum and KenolKobil said they plan to buy BP and Shell's Zimbabwe assets in anticipation of growth under a unity...

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