Activist shareholders push Sasol to table climate-related resolution

Two non-profit companies are pressuring Sasol to table the resolutions for greater transparency in terms of complying with the Paris Accord

WATCH: What energy regulations amendments mean for municipalities

Salga’s head of energy and electricity distribution, Nhlanhla Ngidi, talks to Business Day TV

Grasp huge hydrogen potential, PwC report urges

Initiatives have so far centred on fuel cells, but there are far more compelling opportunities for hydrogen

Russia and Saudi Arabia agree to keep energy market stable

Leaders of the two countries have not talked twice in a week since the April oil price war

Renergen to narrow loss after previous period’s capital raising

The group expects its interim headline loss per share to improve as much as 45.02%, having listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2019

Tax break and subsidy boost Sasol pollution, institute says

Fuel maker said to benefit from government emissions policy and fuel price regulation

EU aims to use green stimulus to clean up buildings

Move to accelerate upgrades on structures spewing greenhouse gases

Premier Oil strikes reverse takeover deal with Chrysaor

Transaction is expected to create largest listed independent oil and gas producer in the UK North Sea

Lake Charles deal may let Sasol avoid a rights issue

Sale of part of US project will boost balance sheet

Sasol’s $2bn Lake Charles deal a positive move, says ratings agency

The US transaction will help remove debt from Sasol and is a welcomed step in the debt-laden company’s strategy

Sasol to sell part of Lake Charles project as it mulls rights issue

Sasol is to form a joint venture with LyondellBasell, with the $2bn deal helping cut net debt before lease liabilities to about $8bn

Shell has up to 9,000 jobs in the crosshairs

The oil and gas giant plans to cut more than 10% of its workforce as part of a major shift to low-carbon energy

Dutch asset manager to cut fossil fuels from its mutual funds

Robeco will eliminate investments in thermal coal, oil sands and Arctic drilling by year end

WATCH: The promise of the green hydrogen economy

Michael Avery talks to a panel about the potential for SA to develop itself as a global leader in the hydrogen economy

Saudi firms’ merger talks may produce $11bn chemicals maker

Discussions are at an initial stage and no agreement has been reached, the companies say

BP to become integrated energy company as it moves away from oil and gas

BP makes concrete plans for the end of oil, with plans to increase its renewable energy generation capacity 20-fold over the next decade

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