|Bid||32.03 x 700|
|Ask||32.08 x 3000|
|Day's range||34.09 - 34.60|
|52-week range||26.92 - 38.75|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.06|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.96 (2.81%)|
|1y target est||40.00|
Sasol Chemicals' Inorganics and Catalyst division announced the completion of its alumina capacity expansion at Sasol's Brunsbüttel site in Germany. The expansion will increase Sasol's alumina hydrate production capacity in Brunsbüttel by approximately 15,000 tons per annum, enabling the company to meet growing global demand for its alumina products.
SASOLBURG, South Africa , February 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Sasol inaugurated the full completion of its R13,6 billion FT Wax Expansion Project (FTWEP). Phase 2 began beneficial operation in March ...
JOHANNESBURG , November 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Sasol, the South African chemicals and energy company, has increased its existing US$1,5 billion Revolving Credit Facility ("the Facility") to ...
Sasol Ltd. said it will steer clear of big new investments as the world’s largest maker of fuel from coal reviews existing assets and focuses on completing its $11.13 billion U.S. chemicals plant.
Sasol today unveiled its refined corporate strategy, which sets a clear path for sustainable growth and accelerated shareholder returns. Joint President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Stephen Cornell says: "In developing our strategy, we considered both the opportunities and risks we face, informed by developments in the external environment. Key megatrends and assumptions informing Sasol's strategic choices are global population growth and further urbanisation, the move to even greater efficiency and performance, in all aspects of business, supported by digitalisation and sustained volatility in both oil prices and exchange rates.
Jacobs Engineering Group (JEC) receives contract from Sasol Group Technology for providing project management services in the latter's small-scale projects.
Sasol Ltd., the world’s largest maker of fuel from coal, abandoned a plan to sell about 13 billion rand ($950 million) of shares in order to repay debt owed by investors who participated in a transaction ...
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South African petrochemical group Sasol said on Tuesday it had enough oil reserves to meet market requirements following an explosion at its 108,000 barrel per day Natref refinery on Monday. The blast ...
A blast on Monday at South Africa's Natref oil refinery injured 11 people and forced the shutdown of operations close to the 108,000 barrel per day facility but production at the main refinery continued, Sasol said. "Operating units in the vicinity of the hydrogen compressors have been shut down," Sasol spokesman Alex Anderson said in an emailed statement, adding that the refining facility continued.
About eleven people were injured on Monday after an explosion at South Africa's only inland oil refinery owned by petrochemicals group Sasol and the local unit of Total, emergency services ER 24 said. ...