Sasol has turned the tables on Transnet in a R1.3bn legal case initiated by the state-owned entity against it and TotalEnergies over claims of underpaid tariffs.

The chemicals and energy giant has obtained a court order that compels Transnet to provide it with commercially sensitive information, including declarations, disclosures and internal spreadsheets reflecting volumes by fuel type conveyed during 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 along each pipeline route...

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