Sasol Celebrates 10 Years on the New York Stock Exchange

NEW YORK, April 9, 2013 /CNW/ - Sasol today celebrated its 10 year anniversary 
of its listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). 
Sasol CEO David Constable and Sasol's executive management will ring the 
closing bell to mark the occasion. 
Sasol's shares trade in the form of American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and 
listed at US$10,73 per share. One Sasol ADR is the equivalent to one Sasol 
ordinary share traded on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). 
The NYSE listing has made it possible for Sasol access the U.S. capital 
market, which is the world's largest, while growing its profile in this 
investment community as a compelling investment proposition. 
Sasol is currently in the front-end engineering and design phase, for an 
integrated gas-to-liquids project and a world-scale ethane cracker, in 
Louisiana. The proposed investment is estimated to be between $16 and $21 
billion, making it the largest foreign investment in the State of Louisiana's 
About Sasol: 
Committed to excellence in all we do, Sasol is an international integrated 
energy and chemical company that leverages the talent and expertise of our 
more than 34000 people working in 38 countries. We develop and commercialise 
technologies, and build and operate world-scale facilities, to produce a range 
of product streams, including liquid fuels, chemicals and electricity. 
While continuing to support our home-base of South Africa, Sasol is expanding 
internationally based on a unique value proposition, which links our diverse 
businesses into an integrated value chain supported by top-class functions. 
Issued by: 
Alex Anderson, Group Media Manager Direct telephone +27(11)441-3295; Mobile 
Jacqui O'Sullivan, GM: Group Communication Direct telephone +27(11)441-3252; 
Mobile +27(0)82-883-9697; 
SOURCE: Sasol 
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