South Africa Crude-Refinery Upgrades Seen Costing $2.7 Billion

The cost to upgrade South Africa’s six crude refineries to produce lower-sulfur fuel will be about 40 billion rand ($2.7 billion) and this still may not be sufficient to supply the domestic market, Strategic Fuel Fund Chief Executive Officer Sibusiso Gamede said.

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