PetroSA wants to seize jet fuel gap left by BP

British multinational says decision is ‘strategic’, but will not say if SA’s close links to Russia are the real cause

26 March 2023 - 00:00

BP Southern Africa’s decision to quit the aviation fuel business in South Africa appears to have caused little panic at major airports, with Cape Town International finding alternative suppliers and PetroSA saying it plans to help to fill the gap.  ..

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