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Sasol Limited

SOLJ.J

Latest Trade

13,135.00ZAc

Change

60.00(+0.46%)

Volume

1,452,936

Today's Range

12,807.00

 - 

13,425.00

52 Week Range

2,077.00

 - 

33,163.00

As of on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
13,075.00
Open
13,425.00
Volume
1,452,936
3M AVG Volume
61.19
Today's High
13,425.00
Today's Low
12,807.00
52 Week High
33,163.00
52 Week Low
2,077.00
Shares Out (MIL)
632.37
Market Cap (MIL)
82,367.81
Forward P/E
12.07
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Sasol Ltd Annual Shareholders Meeting

Latest Developments

More

Sasol Says No Apparent Damage To Major Process Equipment, Utilities Or Infrastructure At Lake Charles Chemical Complex

Air Liquide To Acquire Oxygen Production Site In Secunda, South Africa

Sasol Concludes Talks On Sale Of Air Separation Units

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About Sasol Limited

Sasol Limited is an international integrated chemicals and energy company. The Company develops and commercializes technologies, and builds and operates facilities to produce a range of product streams, including liquid fuels, chemicals and low-carbon electricity. The Company's operating business units include Mining and, Exploration and Production International. Its Strategic Business Units are energy, base chemicals, performance chemicals and group functions. The Company's regional operating hubs include Southern Africa Operations and International Operations. The Company operates approximately six coal mines that supply feedstock for its Secunda (Sasol Synfuels) and Sasolburg (Sasolburg Operations) complexes in South Africa. It offers market ready fuels and oils, such as bitumen; industrial heating fuels; naphtha and illuminating paraffin transport fuels; automotive lubricants; industrial lubricants; greases; cleansers and degreasers; automotive fuels, and burner fuels.

Industry

Chemical Manufacturing

Contact Info

50 Katherine Street Sandton

2196

South Africa

+27.11.4413111

http://www.sasol.com/

Executive Leadership

Sipho Abednego Nkosi

Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Fleetwood Grobler

President, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Paul Victor

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director

Charlotte Mokoena

Executive Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate affairs

Marius Brand

Acting Executive Vice President - Technology

Key Stats

2.30 mean rating - 10 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, ZAR)

2018

181.5K

2019

203.6K

2020

190.4K

2021(E)

203.8K
EPS (ZAR)

2018

27.270

2019

30.540

2020

-11.790

2021(E)

11.006
Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.43
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.54
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
--
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
134.44
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
105.85
Return on Investment (TTM)
-22.93
Return on Equity (TTM)
-19.23

Latest News

Latest News

Sasol's Lake Charles plant remains shut following Hurricane Laura

South African petrochemicals group Sasol said on Monday that its Lake Charles Chemical facility in the U.S. state of Louisiana remained shut after Hurricane Laura made landfall last week.

Sasol to sell world's biggest oxygen production site to Air Liquide

Sasol <SOLJ.J> has agreed to sell the world's biggest oxygen production site in Secunda, South Africa, to France's Air Liquide <AIRP.PA> for about 8.5 billion rand ($515 million), as it sheds assets to pay off debts and avoid a rights issue.

France's Air Liquide to buy biggest oxygen production site in world

Industrial gases company Air Liquide <AIRP.PA> said on Wednesday it had agreed to buy the biggest oxygen production site in the world, based in South Africa, as part of a deal with energy and chemicals company Sasol <SOLJ.J>.

UPDATE 1-Sasol expects delay in last unit in U.S. project to come onstream

South Africa's Sasol said on Thursday a unit damaged by fire at its Lake Charles Chemical Project (LCCP) should reach meaningful output by October, a month later than previous guidance.

Sasol expects delay in last unit in U.S. project to come onstream

South Africa's Sasol Ltd said on Thursday that the remaining unit to come online at its Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP) in Louisiana is likely to reach meaningful output levels by October, a month delayed from its prior guidance.

Sasol gives up licence to seek offshore gas in Mozambique

South African petrochemicals giant Sasol Ltd has opted to give up its licence to explore for gas off the Mozambique coast, the company said on Sunday.

Sasol to sell Escravos gas-to-liquids plant to Chevron

South African petrochemicals giant Sasol said on Wednesday it would sell its indirect interest in the Escravos gas-to-liquids (EGTL) plant in Nigeria to Chevron for an undisclosed sum.

Sasol to sell stakes in Mozambique pipeline, power plant: sources

Struggling petrochemicals producer Sasol has appointed advisers to sell its stakes in a power plant in Mozambique and a gas pipeline running from the country into South Africa, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Sasol's Guerbet alcohols facility in U.S. comes onstream

South Africa's Sasol Ltd said on Tuesday its Guerbet alcohols facility at Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP) in Louisiana reached meaningful output levels on June 19, bringing all the project's specialty chemicals units online.

UPDATE 2-Sasol revamp to cut jobs, focus on core businesses

* June debt covenant waived, Dec covenant relaxed (Adds details, context)

Sasol aims to procure 600 MW of renewable energy to cut emission at S.African operations

Petrochemicals firm Sasol Ltd on Thursday said it wants to procure 600 megawatts of renewable energy over the next decade for its South African operations, as the firm looks to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Sasol cuts CEO, executives' pay, warns of Lake Charles loss

Sasol Ltd <SOLJ.J> expects its Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP) to make a loss this year and will cut the pay of its CEO and other management to protect its balance sheet, the South African petrochemicals maker said on Thursday.

Sasol expects 2020 EBITDA loss from U.S. project as coronavirus hurts demand

South African petrochemicals giant Sasol Ltd has cut its EBITDA expectations from its Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP) following a drop in chemicals prices, an oil price drop and lower global demand due to the spread of the coronavirus.

UPDATE 1-South Africa's Sasol warns possible coronavirus disruptions could hit full-year results

South African petrochemicals producer Sasol Ltd, the world's top producer of motor fuel from coal, said on Tuesday its full year results could be hit by potential disruptions to production, supply chains and construction as the coronavirus continues to spread across the...

Sasol to bid to supply South Africa's Eskom with temporary power

South Africa's Sasol will bid to provide struggling state-owned utility Eskom with temporary supplies of power, the petrochemical producer told Reuters on Tuesday.

UPDATE 3-Sasol considers $2 bln rights issue to help steady balance sheet

* Firm to sell assets and look at partner in U.S (Adds detail from call, CEO quote)

South Africa's Sasol aims to generate $6 billion to boost balance sheet

South African petrochemicals group Sasol said on Tuesday it aims to generate $6 billion by the end of financial year 2021 through measures, including a potential rights issue and asset sale, as the firm looks to address debt levels after a crash in the price of oil.

UPDATE 1-Sasol to consider rights issue, asset disposals as oil crash speeds investor flight

* Sasol to consider rights issue and further asset sales * Shares down 80% this week * Stock set for worst week since listing in 1989 * Market cap falls by $4.6 bln * Oil crash compounds worries over debt, project delay (Recasts with Sasol considering rights issue, asset...

Sasol considers rights issue, further asset sales after share plunge

South African petrochemicals group Sasol said on Thursday it would consider an equity issue and expand asset disposals in excess of the current target amid concerns around its debt after a crash in the oil price wiped 79 billion Rand ($4.8 billion) off the market value.

South Africa's Sasol set for worst week yet as oil crash speeds investor flight

* Sasol shares down 80% this week * Stock set for worst week since listing in 1989 * Market cap falls by $4.8 bln * Oil crash compounds worries over debt, project delay By Helen Reid JOHANNESBURG, March 12 (Reuters) - An oil price crash has wiped 79 billion Rand ($4.8 billion...

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