How the market for LPG is stifled by unfavourable regulations

The increased reliance on imported LPG raises questions about the pricing of the product

Tribunal approves Off The Shelf deal to acquire a majority stake in Chevron SA

The deal will make it the first majority black-owned and managed oil company in SA

Sasol Inzalo scheme delivers windfall for BEE shareholders

The return of an effective 19% per annum to the scheme’s participants comes as a surprise

Afrox calls for policy certainty on mining legislation, land reform and SOEs

MD Schalk Venter in plea to the government to take practical steps to eliminate factors that are stifling investment

Indian battery maker Amara Raja gets a jump-start for electric cars

India’s second-biggest traditional battery maker grabs a slice of the market for electric vehicle power packs

Big artisans’ action a double blow for Sasol

Employees covered by Solidarity trade union demand same access to employee share ownership schemes as their BEE counterparts

WATCH: What Eskom will do now that the impasse is over

Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe talks Business Day TV about the protracted negotiations and final agreement

Eskom has no idea how it will fund wage increases

Eskom announced on Thursday morning that it has reached a three-year wage agreement with three trade unions

Aramco’s planned $100bn IPO on hold, not cancelled, Saudi Arabia insists

The planned listing was to be the cornerstone of the kingdom’s promised economic overhaul — and the world’s biggest IPO

Eskom changes mind on debt-to-equity conversion

Utility worries debt to equity idea may be viewed as a default by market and ratings agencies

WATCH: Where nuclear fits into government’s energy plan

Department of energy deputy director-general Jacob Mbele talks to Business Day TV about SA’s energy mix

With debt under control, Oando CEO Wale Tinubu looks to increase output

‘We have purchased enough reserves and our job should really be to exploit those reserves’

Exxon Mobil eyes renewables

It is not clear whether the company has reached an agreement with any supplier to buy this power, nor whether it was seeking the electricity for its own use

Embattled Eskom drops jobs bombshell

Senior manager Marion Hughes says the utility expects to have 7,000 fewer staff in five years’ time

Thabametsi and Khanyisa coal-fired plants must have latest emissions technology, says Radebe

The energy minister says any concerns will have to be fixed, as environmental activists take legal action and lobby the plants’ funders and developers

Eskom has secured R48.8bn in funding, but hasn’t said where from

The further R23.2bn required will come from a variety of sources; it had amassed R399bn in debt by the end of March, according to Bloomberg

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