Stake in Sasol’s Lake Charles plant is on the chopping block

The base chemicals business is more likely to be sold than the performance chemicals units, but at what price?

BP bolsters financial reserves as profits plunge

The energy giant's earnings offer a deeper look at how oil and gas majors are navigating the economic turmoil imposed by the coronavirus pandemic

Sasol now expects a loss from Lake Charles in 2020

The US project is expected to weigh on earnings by as much as R1.9bn in the group’s year to end-June

Sasol’s share price plunges nearly 25% as oil price plummets

Oil prices are under pressure as weakening demand puts a premium on storage space

Occidental to pay Buffett dividend in shares as oil plummets

Occidental will issue about 17.3-million shares as the indebted oil producer seeks to preserve cash amid the Covid-19 crisis

WATCH: Why Eskom will not ask government for more support

Eskom spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha talks to Business Day TV

BP back-pedals on liquefied gas project off Senegal coast

Oil giant issues force majeure to Golar over Tortue Ahmeyim LNG project

WATCH: How the oil price war alters the energy landscape

Business Day TV’s Michael Avery talks to a panel of experts about how the world’s energy supply system is changing

Shell and partners postpone Australia’s Crux gas project

Due to the collapse in energy orders and prices, Shell is delaying its final investment decision in the LNG unit

Cheap as it is, Sasol remains a gamble

As the Sasol share price plummeted to well below R30 in recent weeks many wonder if now is the time to buy

Saudi Aramco shares edge higher despite oil-price war

Oil company delays release of monthly oil pricing list as it briefly regains $1.7-trillion valuation

Sasol share surges despite more rating cuts

Positive market reaction is due to producer’s ability to secure oil hedging above current prices, analyst says

Chevron slashes capital spending by $4bn as oil industry reels

Oilfield service leaders Halliburton and Schlumberger also reduce spending

Resources curse starts to poison politics in Guyana

Calls for sanctions as President David Granger denies miscounting votes

Eskom-supplier South32 seeks clarity on lockdown

The miner has withdrawn its guidance for 2020 for its SA operations and will update the market when further information is available

US slaps antidumping duties on Sasol

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


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