Anton holds a Chemical Engineering degree together with a number of advanced business qualifications in accounting, business economics and enterprise management. He has been closely involved with synthetic fuels ventures.
Anton is a graduate chemical engineer with a number of advanced business qualifications in accounting, business economics and enterprise management. He has more than 37 years of experience and has held several directorships.
Apart from Sasol, he has previously been closely involved with two other synthetic fuels ventures in South Africa: Mossgas GTL venture (built and still operating) and Gencor T-project (developed up to feasibility stage).
Anton’s areas of expertise include:
- Company and JV directorships
- Group management (of Sasol Group of Companies)
- Global business management
- Strategic planning
- Marketing management
- Multi-discipline engineering management
- Process engineering design and development
- Operations management
- Business development
- Negotiating and concluding joint ventures and acquisitions/disposal.
Comparison of inland NG,LNG and imported LNG
By Anton Putter, Freek van Heerden and Herman van Heerden. Introduction The question often arises on the best way to start a natural gas (NG) industry or grow the NG industry in a country. South Africa is a good case in point where the NG industry has stagnated over...
Traditional gas transport modes
The efficient and effective movement of natural gas (NG) from producing regions to consumption regions requires an extensive and elaborate transportation system. In many instances, NG produced from a particular well will have to travel a great distance to reach its...
Overview of the LNG industry
In this overview of the natural gas (NG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) industries, the emphasis is on the global LNG industry. Where applicable, brief remarks are included on LNG in southern Africa. The purpose of this article is to provide background on the LNG...
Crude Oil Market Dynamics 2019
OTC published a series of three articles in early 2015 on the international crude oil market and price (Putter & Buys, 2015). This article is an update and follow-up on the 2015 articles. We thought now would be an opportune time to give an update on what...
Natural Gas in Southern Africa, Part 2: Available gas resources and future development
This is the second part of a 2-part series of articles covering the natural gas industry in southern Africa. For these articles, we view southern Africa as comprising South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The two parts focus...
Natural Gas in Southern Africa, Part 1: Current supply and demand
This is the first part of a 2-part series of articles covering the natural gas industry in southern Africa. For these articles, we view southern Africa as comprising South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The two parts focus...