Sunrise R1bn LPG facility not compliant

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and the Port of Saldanha have revealed that Sunrise Energy is operating it’s R1.02 billion open-access liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) import and storage facility in Saldanha Bay even though it is not compliant with the legislation.

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.


LPG tanker keeps Cape cooking

The arrival of a shipping tanker carrying 2,000tons of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) at Table Bay harbour will help “tide (users) over” until Cape Town’s major refinery starts producing gas again later this month.


The LPG industry – a solution to SA’s energy poverty crisis?

The benefits of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) as an alternative to traditional biofuels have been widely documented. LPG is a safe, reliable and cost-effective alternative to conventional power supply – for both domestic and industrial use – yet only 3% of South Africans are currently using it as an additional source of energy. How can we increase LPG usage in the broader community and in so doing, help address South Africa’s energy poverty issues?

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