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ECONOMY-FINANCE

Bad news for all South African

The oil treatment facility limit could become old inside two years, an industry body cautioned on Monday, as it hopes to broaden the circumstance of new government rules intended to lessen sulfur emanations from 2023 to a later date. The South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA), which addresses significant oil organizations, including BP and Shell that work nearby treatment facilities, has been in conversation with the public authority for quite a long time attempting to determine a hindrance over financing the redesign of six processing plants to cleaner powers.

  2 months ago ago
Bad news for all South African

ECONOMY-FINANCE

SAPIA Has Just Dropped A Bombshell On The Public

http://ewn.co.za/7p3lg JOHANNESBURG - As drivers race to the siphons to freeze purchase fuel, the South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) on Wednesday said the accessibility of petroleum and other related items in the nation was steady. This follows the current week's declaration by the country's greatest petroleum processing plant, Sapref, that it was briefly closing down because of the plundering in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.

  4 months ago ago
SAPIA Has Just Dropped A Bombshell On The Public

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Bad news for South Africans

The petrol treatment facility limit could become old inside two years, an industry body cautioned on Monday, as it hopes to broaden the circumstance of new government rules intended to decrease sulfur discharges from 2023 to a later date. The South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA), which addresses significant oil organizations, including BP and Shell that work neighborhood treatment facilities, has been in conversation with the public authority for quite a long time attempting to determine a hindrance over financing the redesign of six processing plants to cleaner powers.

  2 months ago ago
Bad news for South Africans

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Petroleum industry warns refinery fleet could become obsolete

The South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA), which watches out for gigantic oil affiliations, including BP and Shell that work nearby treatment workplaces, has been in conversation with the public master for a huge long time attempting to choose a hindrance over financing the update of six taking care of plants to cleaner powers.

  2 months ago ago
Petroleum industry warns refinery fleet could become obsolete

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Find Out Here Why South Africa iIs banning 50ppm diesel

Picture Source: mybroadband.co.za Hello and welcome to my news channel, tonight it is a beautiful Sunday and also a new day of the new week. This article is based on the banning 50ppm diesel in South Africa. South Africa published rules that decrease the sulfur content material allowed inside the country’s diesel gasoline, which may additionally force a few oil refineries to improve for you to meet the requirements.

  3 months ago ago
Find Out Here Why South Africa iIs banning 50ppm diesel

ECONOMY-FINANCE

South Africans Are Now Prohibited From Buying Fuel Using Containers

Mineral Resources and Energy has authorized a law restricting South Africans from buying oil based "petrol" commodities in versatile holders. Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni declared this on Wednesday when she was giving a report on the proceeding with savagery and plundering grasping pieces of the country.

  4 months ago ago
South Africans Are Now Prohibited From Buying Fuel Using Containers

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Government asks public to be patient for access to basic resources after looting

As the nation attempts to retouch itself after the mobs that influenced generally Gauteng and Kwa-Zulu Natal, residents have been approached to be patient as alternate courses of action are set up to get to fundamental assets. Food and Fuel: The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy gave an assertion saying that albeit the South African Petroleum Refiners (SAPREF) shut down procedure on Tuesday, they are guaranteeing the country that there is adequate oil based commodities and they are attempting to get the development of all oil based goods.

  4 months ago ago
Government asks public to be patient for access to basic resources after looting

BUSINESS

Rationing During Level 3 Lockdown

South African economy is ready to open up on June 1st, however, limited supply of diesel could affect industries. There is a possibility of logistic problem as the country prepares for level 3 lockdown on the 1st of June. Experts from the oil Industry have warned that South Africa may face a shortage of diesel which could affect the oil sector and could result in fuel rationing at level 3 of the national lockdown. The South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA), stated that the rapid transition fro

  1 year ago ago
Rationing During Level 3 Lockdown