The South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA) is the voice of the petroleum industry in South Africa. It represents the collectives interests of its members which are BP Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd, Chevron South Africa (Pty) Ltd, Engen Petroleum Limited, PetroSA (Pty) Ltd, Sasol Limited, Shell SA (Pty) Ltd and Total South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
The SAPIA Constitution was amended during 2012 to make provision for admission of members that are licenced wholesalers or manufactures. The new members are AEMCOR, Afric Oil (Pty) Ltd, Bahlaloga Technology's, Brent Oil (Pty) Ltd, Camel Fuels (Pty) Ltd, Easigas (Pty) Ltd, Elegant Fuels, Gulfstream (Pty) Ltd, Khulaco (Pty) Ltd, KZN Oils (Pty) Ltd, Mabele Fuels (Pty) Ltd, Makwande Energy Trading (Pty) Ltd, Oryx Oil South Africa (Pty) Ltd, Royale Energy Ltd, Siyanda Petroleum and Totalgaz Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.
The association plays a strategic role in addressing a range of common issues relating to the refining, distribution and marketing of petroleum products, as well as promoting the industry’s environmental and socio-economic progress. SAPIA fulfills this role by proactively engaging with key stakeholders, providing research information, expert advice and communicating the industry’s to government, members of the public and media.
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.
SAPIA’s objectives are to:
Petrol and Diesel in South Africa and the impact on air quality, November 2008 (5988 KB)
Fuel prices are indicated in cents per litre.
Wholesale Diesel price quoted. Prices may vary between fuel retailers.
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Composition of the petrol
price (95 ULP) in Gauteng
Composition of the diesel
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