Sasol $11bn chemical project resumes after Harvey stall

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Date posted28/Sep/2017
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Sasol has announced that workers have begun to return to its $11 billion Chemicals Project in Louisiana after the site was shutdown for more than a week due to Hurricane Harvey. 

Construction workers came back “albeit at lower-than-usual turnout levels” following the August 26 closure according to Russell Johnson, a spokesman for Sasol’s North American operations.

“The site could not be accessed for safe work for seven work days,” he added.

The company has said it’s working with a venture of Fluor Corp. and TechnipFMC Plc, contracted by Sasol, “to assess further workforce and material supply impacts” to the Lake Charles Chemicals Project as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

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