Energy and chemicals group Sasol, which aims to become a leader in South Africa’s promising green hydrogen industry, reports that research advancements have been achieved that are supportive of the conversion of hydrogen and carbon dioxide (CO2) into green jet fuel and chemicals. Made in collaboration with the Catalysis Institute at the University of Cape Town (UCT), Sasol says the advancements relate to the use of a commercial iron catalyst, which is already produced cheaply and at large scale at Sasol’s Secunda plant, in Mpumalanga.