Outgoing Eskom Pension Fund CIO unlikely to stay in public sector

Ndabezinhle Mkhize says he plans to do something in the ‘corporate or entrepreneurial space

BP kicks off hiring campaign to fill hydrogen jobs

BP has kicked off a hiring campaign to fill jobs in its fledgling hydrogen business on projects from Spain to Australia as it bets on boom in the industry.

Sasol’s green plan gets shareholder approval

Activists at AGM unhappy about ‘incremental progress’ and the intention to use more natural gas

PODCAST | ‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’ — opportunities presented by load-shedding

Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Gladwin Malishe and  Clinton Carter-Brown to discuss the current round of load-shedding

IBM and Amazon to work together on oil data tools

IBM and Amazon to work on expanding the reach of data tools that will help oil companies add non-petroleum assets such as wind and solar to their portfolios.

Eni says it unwittingly bought a consignment of crude from Iran

Eni says investigators determined a manager and her boss deliberately omitted test results that would have shown the cargo’s origin was unclear

Vivo Energy names TotalEnergies veteran as CEO designate

Stanislas Mittelman will replace Christian Chammas who oversaw listing of the group in London and Johannesburg

Renergen rockets as helium reserves jump sevenfold

Independent assessment powers shares above R40 and will spur phase 2 of group’s Virginia Gas Project

Renergen surges after upbeat drilling update

One of the emerging energy group’s wells has delivered better-than-expected flow rates, sending its shares up 10% on Tuesday

Shell faces call for break-up as profit disappoints

Third Point Capital hedge fund says splitting oil major into several companies would increase its performance and market value

Eskom teams up with coal suppliers to cut emissions

Exxaro and Seriti Resources sign an agreement with utility aimed at the use of renewable energy

Vivo multiplies retail fuel rollout

Owner of Shell and Engen is making rapid strides on the continent

Sasol flags railway woes even as it cashes in on record coal prices

The group says it is hedging prices for up to 80% of its coal exports, but is facing logistical issues as Transnet struggles with various problems

S&P Global lifts Sasol’s outlook to positive on debt reduction and stronger cash flow

Synthetic fuel and chemicals group has made great strides since the start of SA’s hard lockdown when oil prices briefly went into negative

Occidental offloads Ghana oilfields for $750m

Proceeds of two-year divestment effort will be used to reduce Houston-based company’s debt

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