Canada eyes GTL debut, Alberta plant
Sasol buys into Talisman BC Farrell Creek shale gas assets; eventual plant would be larger than Sasol facilities in Qatar, Nigeria
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Canada has moved a large step closer to entering the gas-to-liquids age, fueled by South African money.
Sasol, the South African-based energy and chemical powerhouse, will pay C$1.05 billion for 50 percent of Talisman Energy’s shale gas assets at Farrell Creek in British Columbia, laying the foundat....
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