Sasol today announced that it has entered a joint venture agreement with leading international explosive company Dyno Nobel Limited to meet growing demand for technologically advanced products in the expanding African market.
Sasol today announced that it is to proceed with construction of a second Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK) production plant in Sasolburg, South Africa. MIBK
is manufactured from acetone and hydrogen and is used as a solvent in surface coating, adhesives and pharmaceuticals.
Sasol will invest almost R250 million over the next eight years to establish teaching and research capacity in chemistry and chemical engineering at selected South African universities. The group is also establishing advisory boards for research and development (R&D) in analytical technology, as well as in coal and