South Africa's Sasol: No Impact on its Refineries from Strike
CAPE TOWN, July 28 (Reuters) – South African energy firm Sasol said on Thursday there was no impact on its oil refinery or coal-to-liquid plant after a union went on strike over wages.
"Operations continue as normal and there is no impact on production," spokesman Alex Anderson said.
South Africa's largest oil refinery, a joint venture between Shell and BP (SAPREF), stopped operations due to a strike, a union official said.
(Reporting by Wendell Roelf; Writing by Joe Brock; Editing by Ed Cropley)
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