US slaps antidumping duties on Sasol

After a probe, Washington imposed a 414% duty on acetone coming from SA

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Sasol’s R33bn rights issue waits in the wings

The group plans to raise cash to pay down debt first through cost saving measures and asset disposals

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Sasol’s complicated — and dangerous — relationship with the people of Embalenhle

Sasol has won postponements until 2025 for complying with legal emissions limits, and it’s yet to come up with a solution for cutting sulphur-dioxide emissions ...

Sasol drops again after unveiling plan to tap shareholders for up to R33bn

The struggling energy group is seeking to raise an amount that is more than its market capitalisation

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Saudi Aramco will still pay dividends, despite plunge in oil price

Low oil prices will crimp Aramco’s earnings and hurt Saudi Arabia’s finances — the country needs an oil price of $84 to balance the 2020 budget

Sasol jumps as much as 50% as oil price recovers a little

The embattled chemicals and energy group’s share price rose as much as 50% at one point on Friday, before paring gains

Sasol to expand sell-off to shore up finances

Energy company hit by stiff challenges driven by the Covid-19 pandemic and the decline in the oil price

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Sasol loses another 45% amid market sell-off

The chemicals group has extended losses for the seventh consecutive session, falling almost 90% so far in 2020

WATCH: Is self-generation the future of electricity?

RMB’s Dario Musso talks to Business Day TV about whether self-generating could solve SA’s power problems

Sasol may need a cash injection as shares extend record losses

Shares in Sasol, which have lost more than three-quarters of their value so far in 2020, tumble 16%

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Investors worried that debt-stricken Sasol may need to hold rights issue

The longer the oil price stays lower, the more pressure Sasol will face to review and restructure operations, one analyst says

Q&A: Vivo sees huge opportunities in its ‘Engen countries’

Company is going from strength to strength as it expands its footprint rapidly in Africa, opening service stations and quick-service restaurants

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Chevron pledges $80bn in dividends as shale production rises

The key driver of returns will be crude production from the Permian Basin, which is expected to double over the next five years

Shortcomings of leadership behind Sasol’s fall from former glory

Cost overrun and problems at wax project have made investors wary of escalating costs at the Lake Charles plant in the US

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