Sasol Partners with Eni to Explore Hydrocarbon Opportunities Along South Africa's East Coast

   Sasol Partners with Eni to Explore Hydrocarbon Opportunities Along South
                             Africa's East Coast

PR Newswire

JOHANNESBURG, June 10, 2014

JOHANNESBURG, June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Today, Sasol Petroleum International, the upstream oil and gas subsidiary of
Sasol Limited (Sasol), announced that it has concluded a farm-out to Eni SpA
(Eni), an Italian multinational oil and gas company, for the exploration right
permit 236 (ER236) in South Africa.

The permit was granted to Sasol in November 2013 by the Petroleum Agency of
South Africa for an initial period of three years. The permit grants the right
to explore for hydrocarbons along South Africa's East coast in the Durban and
Zululand basins offshore Kwazulu-Natal province.

In terms of the farm-out, Sasol will transfer a 40% interest in ER236 and
operatorship to Eni. Sasol will retain a majority 60% interest. The agreement,
which is subject to government approval, signals greater cooperation between
Sasol and Eni in Southern Africa.

"The establishment of our partnership with Eni in respect of our offshore
South African interests complements Sasol's strategy to develop sustainable
energy solutions, which will serve to ensure all-important economic growth and
development in southern Africa and the broader region. In addition,
accelerated exploration activity, as represented by ER236, will have many
positive benefits for South Africa and the broader region, in terms of energy
security and increasing levels of international investment," said David
Constable, Chief Executive Officer, Sasol Limited.

Eni is among a number of international energy companies to have recently
entered South Africa, which is currently the continent's largest oil importer.

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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 37 countries. We develop and commercialise
technologies, and build and operate world-scale facilities to produce a range
of product streams, including liquid fuels, high-value chemicals and
low-carbon electricity.

While remaining committed to our home-base of South Africa, Sasol is expanding
internationally based on a unique value proposition.

Issued by:
Alex Anderson, Group Media Manager
Direct telephone +27-(11)-441-3295; Mobile +27-(0)71-600-9605;

Jacqui O'Sullivan, GM: Group Communication
Direct telephone +27-(11)-441-3252; Mobile +27-(0)82-883-9697;

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