Associations and the Petrochemical Sector. 7 June 2011. SAPIA overview. Vision, mission, objectives and strategy. SAPIA overview. Vision
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Associations and the Petrochemical Sector
7 June 2011
Vision, mission, objectives and strategy
- SAPIA aspires to be a respected industry association which enhances the reputation of the petroleum sector and adds value to its member companies and all stakeholders.
- Working together within the petroleum industry to promote social and economic growth for the broader good of all South Africans and industry.
Maurice Radebe, Chairman of Sasol Oil, has been elected as the
Chairperson of SAPIA for the year 2010. He is the 16th industry
leader to chair the association since its establishment in July 1994.
Maurice Radebe Chairperson of the Board of Governors
BP Southern Africa
Chevron South Africa
Shell South Africa
Dr Nompumelelo Siswana
(SAPIA Vice Chairperson)
Total South Africa
Benefits of the SA petroleum industry
‘Energy is the engine room of a country’s economy.’ - Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe
Economic regulation and legislation
Security of supply
Black ownership deals to date across SAPIA members:
Industry facts, figures, graphs and tables
93 octane petrol: Gauteng retail price 829.0 c/l in December 2010
Diesel (0.05% S): Gauteng wholesale price 760.450 c/l in December 2010