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sasol ltd-sponsored adr (SSL) Snapshot

Open
$36.82
Previous Close
$37.21
Day High
$37.07
Day Low
$36.70
52 Week High
07/23/14 - $60.80
52 Week Low
01/14/15 - $31.68
Market Cap
24.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.0M
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
650.8M
EX-Date
10/8/14
P/E TM
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Dividend
$2.43
Dividend Yield
5.36%
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sasol ltd-sponsored adr (SSL) Details

Sasol Limited operates as an integrated energy and petrochemicals company worldwide. The company mines saleable coal; distributes and markets natural gas and methane-rich gas; owns, operates, and maintains cross-border natural gas pipelines; produces coal-based synfuels; produces synthesis gas and converts into synthetic fuel components, chemical feedstock, and pipeline gas; and markets blended fuel products, such as petrol, diesel, jet fuel, illuminating paraffin, liquid petroleum gas, fuel oils, bitumen, motor and industrial lubricants, and sulphur to licensed wholesalers in South Africa. It also supplies ethylene, propylene, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, chlor-alkali chemicals, and mining reagents; solvents, acrylates, and associated products; and surfactants, linear alkylbenzene, surfactant intermediates, n-paraffins, n-olefins, C6-C22 alcohols, co-monomers, oleochemicals, and other organic intermediates, as well as provides specialty aluminas, silica aluminas, and hydrotalcites. In addition, the company produces and markets chemical products comprising waxes, fertilizers, and mining explosive products, gases, phenol, ortho-cresol, and meta-cresol and para-cresol, as well as a range of blended products consisting of mixtures of phenol, cresols, xylenols, and other phenol derivatives. Further, it is involved in research and development, alternative energy, and financing activities, as well as produces natural gas and condensate from the Temane and Pande gas fields in Mozambique; oil in Gabon from the offshore Etame, Avouma, and Ebouri oilfield cluster; and shale/tight gas from the Farrell Creek and Cypress A assets in Canada. It has 293 Sasol branded service stations, including 7 Sasol branded integrated energy centers; and 87 Exel service stations in South Africa, as well as exports fuels through third parties to South African Development Community countries. The company was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Founded in 1950

sasol ltd-sponsored adr (SSL) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Executive...
Total Annual Compensation: R45.9M
Acting Chief Financial Officer, Executive Dir...
Total Annual Compensation: R6.9M
Executive Vice President of Southern African ...
Total Annual Compensation: R10.4M
Executive Vice President of Upstream & Busine...
Total Annual Compensation: R10.4M
Executive Vice President of Advisory & Assura...
Total Annual Compensation: R9.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

sasol ltd-sponsored adr (SSL) Key Developments

Sasol Limited Announces Executive Changes, Effective from March 1, 2015

Sasol announced a change in the executive responsibilities of executive director, Ms. V N Fakude, who currently has accountability for the Sustainability and Human Resources portfolio, and the soon to be appointed executive director, Mr. B Nqwababa, who will be joining Sasol as its new Chief Financial Officer on March 1, 2015. The portfolio changes will be effective from March 1, 2015. With the retirement of Mr. E Oberholster, as Executive Vice President: Strategy, Development and Planning, and as part of the Company’s ongoing drive to enhance its structures and business processes, Sasol has decided not to appoint a new Group Executive Committee (GEC) member to assume responsibility for Mr. Oberholster’s portfolio. Instead, these accountabilities will be reallocated to current members of the GEC. Ms Fakude will be directly accountable for the Strategy and Sustainability portfolio comprising the following Group functions: Strategy; Risk & Safety, Health and Environment; and Human Resources. Ms. Fakude will relinquish the South Africa Shared Services and Public & Regulatory Affairs functions, which will be assumed by other members of the GEC. Mr. Nqwababa will be directly accountable for the Finance portfolio, comprising the following Group functions: Financial Control; Corporate Finance, Business Development and Portfolio Management; Investor Relations and Information Management.

Sasol Ltd. Provides Earnings Guidance for the Six Months Ended 31 December 2014

Sasol Ltd. provided earnings guidance for the six months ended 31 December 2014. The company's headline earnings per share for the six months ended 31 December 2014 is expected to increase by between 3% and 9% (approximating ZAR 0.91 to ZAR 2.72) and earnings per share for the same period is expected to increase by between 51% and 57% (approximating ZAR 10.65 to ZAR 11.90), off a 2014 half year base of ZAR 30.19 and ZAR 20.88 respectively. Excluding the impact of notable once-off items, net impairments charges, stock movements and the share-based payment expense, EPS would have decreased by between 21% and 27%. Sasol's profitability for the first half of the 2015 financial year was positively impacted by the following factors: A solid operational performance through increases in production and sales volumes across the majority of Sasol's integrated value chain; Normalised cash fixed costs continue to trend below inflation; 9% weaker average rand/US dollar exchange rate; Notable once-off charges prompted by volatile macro-economic factors, changes to the share price and decisive management actions: Reversal of share-based payment expense of ZAR 2.5 billion due to a 32% lower share price; Positive impact arising from the movement in un-realised profit in inventory of approximately ZAR 2.0 billion at period end; Net impairments of ZAR 0.2 billion for the six months under review compared to the comparable period of ZAR 6.0 billion, which included the ZAR 5.3 billion partial impairment of the Canadian shale gas assets; and Extension of the useful life of the Southern African operations amounting to ZAR 2.5 billion. Conversely, Sasol's profitability was negatively impacted by 19% lower average Brent crude oil prices (average dated Brent was $89/barrel for the six months ended 31 December 2014 compared to $109.83 in the prior comparable period).

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