Our business is global but our local roots are strong. While our project pipeline, technological innovations and regional focus talk to our growth aspirations, our foundation businesses serve as the platform from which we look to expand.
Our journey has been marked by the achievement of distinct milestones.
|2014||In preparation of Loop Line 2, ROMPCO has applied for a tariff for Gas Transportation Agreement 3 to NERSA that will be a pooled tariff incorporating all volumes over 120MGJ/a to South Africa|
|2014||Second phase of expansion of ROMPCO via loop line expansion 1 (188mGJ/a capacity) to supply markets in Mozambique is completed|
|2013||ROMPCO enters into Gas Transportation Agreements with 3 customers: Empressa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos de Mozambique E.P. (ENH), Matola Gas Company S.A. (MGC) and Central Térmica De Ressano Garcia S.A. (CTRG) to supply gas in Mozambique|
|2011||ROMPCO’s revenues exceed R1 billion for the first time in financial year 2011|
|2010||First phase expansion of ROMPCO via Compressor Station 1 in Komatipoort is completed|
|2008||ROMPCO enters into Gas Transportation Agreement 2 with Sasol to transport a further 27mGJ/a to South Africa|
|2006||CMG, a subsidiary of Government of Mozambique exercised its option to take a 25% interest in ROMPCO|
|2005||iGas, subsidiary of the Government of South Africa owned Central Energy Fund (CEF) acquires a 25% stake in ROMPCO|
|2004||Start of operations of ROMPCO (120mGJ/a design capacity) and use of gas in Sasol’s South African plants and inland gas customers|
|2002||ROMPCO enters into Gas Transportation Agreement 1 with Sasol Gas to transport 120mGJ/a to South Africa|
|2002||Sasol, as sole investor in ROMPCO, starts construction of the gas transmission pipeline|
|2001||Cross Border agreement signed by Government of Mozambique and Government of South Africa in support of the Gas Project|
|2000||Sasol signs agreements with the Government of Mozambique to develop natural gas reserves in Mozambique|