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 PetroSA IS PROUD TO BE SOUTH AFRICA'S NATIONAL OIL COMPANY

PetroSA continues to play an instrumental role in the country´s transformation through a range of activities that span the petroleum chain. Starting with the exploration and production of oil and natural gas, we sell petrochemical products to South Africa´s major oil companies and export petrochemical products to the international markets.

Our talent for innovation is recognised globally. In 1992, we started operating the world´s first gas-to-liquid (GTL) refinery at Mossel Bay. It remains the third largest GTL refinery among the five now operating worldwide. Here, our specialist teams produce some of the cleanest fuels on the market using some of the most environmentally friendly processes ever developed.

 

Find out about how you can do business with PetroSA today.

 



Important Event

Inaugural Training Course for New Entrants Introductory to the Oil and Gas Industry

DATE:
30 March 2017

VENUE:
GULF STREAM ENERGY – 13 ELECTRON LANE LANSERIA – JOHANNESBURG

TIME:
09:00 – 16:00

Limited seats are available.

Click here to download a detailed invitation, highlighting the selection criteria together with the form to be completed and send to the organizers.

As part of our Enterprise and Supplier Development initiative, PetroSA is inviting all interested entities to participate in our business development intervention titled: Introductory to the Oil and Gas Industry: Pilot Training Course In Fuel Wholesaling, Retail and or Logistics.

The initiative is targeting primarily 100% black owned EME's & QSE's. Black women are encouraged to apply for this initiative. The course is aimed at assisting participants in deciding which path is right for them as they grow their business and become players in the Oil and Gas Industry.



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