The chemical company Sasol has invited interested parties to participate in a ‘Request for Information’ process for the development and demonstration of CO2 utilisation technologies at its South Africa operations.
The new explosives joint venture firm Enaex Africa has been formed due to the growth potential of Sasol’s explosives business in the region. The newly established company began its operations on July 1, 2020.
Stühlerücken in Unternehmen der Prozessindustrie: Auch in dieser Woche haben führende Konzerne ihr Management neu aufgestellt. Neben Altana und Sasol hat auch Haldor Topsoe neues aus den Chefetagen zu vermelden. PROCESS hat die Neuzugänge für Sie zusammengefasst.
Sasol’s Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP) Ethane Cracker facility in Louisiana, USA has achieved beneficial operation. With this move, the company aims to improve the quality of ethylene and also ramp up the unit.
The new facility is expected to expand Sasol’s current alkoxylation capability to approximately 150 kilo tonnes per annum which will more than double its capacity in the Asian region. It is also the firm’s largest expansion project in China.
Sasol has recently shared an update on the Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP), which is situated in Louisiana, USA. According to the new plan, the cost estimate for the project has been revised to a range of 12.6 – 12.9 billion dollars which includes a contingency of 300 million dollars.