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Bond investors cheer near-completion of Sasol’s US project

15 May 2019 /  Colleen Goko and Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg   
Sasol bonds have beaten returns on shares, which have added less than 1%.

Petrol prices keep climbing

6 May 2019 /  Marcia Klein    10
But downward drift expected in November and December, possibly sooner.

Africa’s resource curse is more like a governance curse

3 May 2019 /  Ciaran Ryan   5
SA’s huge offshore gas find could be a blessing or a curse.

Aramco mega-bond orders eclipse all as emerging markets rally

9 Apr 2019 /  Justin Carrigan, Bloomberg   
The supply of developing-nation dollar bonds has increased in the past decade, but the overall market has expanded even faster.

Shell breaks market mold with deal linking gas prices to coal

5 Apr 2019 /  Tsuyoshi Inajima, Stephen Stapczynski and Dan Murtaugh, Bloomberg   
Shell and its customer Tokyo Gas's 10-year deal includes a pricing formula that is based on coal indexation.

Truckers lose court challenge against solar arrays and wind farms

28 Mar 2019 /  Adriaan Kruger   15
High Court dismisses application by truck drivers to block renewable energy producers.

Shell says it can be world’s top power producer and make money

12 Mar 2019 /  Kevin Crowley and Alix Steel, Bloomberg   
Shell is spending up to $2bn a year on its new energies division, to grow in a power sector.

Africa’s oil hub woos global traders with million-barrel tanks

26 Feb 2019 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg   
A venture building a dozen new interconnected tanks in SA will add to neighbouring government-owned capacity, making it one of the world’s biggest hubs.

The curious case of Norway’s 60m barrels of missing oil

4 Feb 2019 /  Mikael Holter, Bloomberg   2
Norway has built a reputation as one of the calmest and most predictable corners of the global oil industry, but lately it’s been full of surprises.

Eskom is sinking the economy in the name of greening it, claims forum

15 Jan 2019 /  Ciaran Ryan   26
Renewable energy is expensive, unnecessary and authorised without proper public participation, says Coal Transporters Forum as it heads to court.

SA’s hidden oil hub grows after making millions for traders

29 May 2018 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg   2
Saldanha Bay’s crude storage capacity is expanding almost 30%.

Australia’s Prospect Resources closing in on Zimbabwe lithium financing

20 May 2018 /  Reuters   1
Expects to produce concentrates for export in the next 14 months.

The biggest oil organisations on the planet disagree about 2018

15 Dec 2017 /  Grant Smith, Bloomberg  
Their conflicting views reflect differences on US shale oil.

Oil slips from highest in more than two years before Opec meets

27 Nov 2017 /  Ben Sharples, Bloomberg  
Russia is said to be willing to announce cut extension on November 30.

Greenpeace to appeal new SA nuclear plant decision

14 Nov 2017 /  Reuters  
Following government's decision to grant an environmental permit for a new 4,000 megawatt nuclear plant.

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