Sasol Sees First Ever Oil From Mozambique In 2-3 Years

Reuters

JOHANNESBURG, Feb 27 (Reuters) - South Africa's Sasol will produce oil from Mozambican wells in two to three years, the first crude output from the southeast African country, joint chief executive Stephen Cornell said on Monday.

"This will be the first oil wells in Mozambique that go to full development," Cornell told Reuters after the company unveiled interim results.

(Reporting by Ed Stoddard; Editing by Joe Brock)

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