Sasol needs more time to meet air pollution laws

South African petrochemicals group Sasol plans to apply to postpone a 2020 deadline for meeting stricter air pollution laws. The company, which announced this at the beginning of June, said it intended to apply for an extension for some of its plants to meet the air pollution laws by 2025 as it might only be able to do so by then.


SLR Consulting supports SA’s oilfields

SLR Consulting is an international environmental and engineering consultancy with 76 offices across five continents. The Southern African operation operates out of Johannesburg with other offices in Cape Town, Somerset West, Windhoek and Swakopmund. In 2014, SLR Consulting acquired CCA Environmental, which as of June 2016 has been fully incorporated into the company and operates out of Cape Town.


Understanding values in piped gas

With the availability of natural gas in countries such as Mozambique and Namibia, coupled with the discovery of offshore gas reserves in Mozambique and South Africa, the piped gas industry in Southern Africa is undergoing rapid expansion.


Sasol selects ABB’s flexible mobile E-House solution

ABB has designed and produced a solution that minimises production downtime and increases maintenance efficiency.

ABB, the global leader in power and automation, has supported Sasol to minimize process downtime for routine maintenance with a range of medium-voltage solutions.  Sasol, the international chemical and energy company, has implemented an innovative and flexible ABB solution utilising the power of UniGear Digital switchgear, Relion® protection relays and sensor technology installed in a lightweight E-House, mounted on a mobile truck trailer.


Sasol delivers "solid operational performance"

President and Chief Executive Officer, David Constable says that the changes made to their company Sasol, an international integrated energy and chemicals company, since 2011 have resulted in a more effective and cost-conscious organisation. Through the various improvements that have been introduced, the comapny feels it is not only more resilient as a company, but far better equipped to maintain momentum and respond decisively to an evolving global landscape.

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