Sasol projects

Sasol has disclosed potential investment in future projects to the tune of USD 5 billion. Sasol CE Pieter Cox said that much of this additional investment could be in gas-to-liquids projects, of the type Sasol is already pursuing through joint ventures in Nigeria and Qatar. There was huge potential for expanding the scale of the gas-to-liquids plants in both those locations, but Cox foresaw that there could be such Sasol plants at other locations He said that there could be other sites in the Middle East, the Caribbean, Australasia and “it would not be too far fetchedâ€? to consider Alaska. Cox said such projects fell within a “five- to 10-year frameworkâ€? —; and he also noted that Sasol’s future investments would be likely to include new chemicals projects as well as gas-to-liquids facilities.

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