The South African gas sector is currently small, compared with global standards, but there are several signs of the local sector starting to emerge, says international executive search firm Odgers Berndtson.

A few decades ago, gas in major city centres of South Africa used to be supplied to residential and commercial users by pipes through urban networks for use in household heating and cooking, says Odgers Berndtson energy, consumer and technology specialist for sub-Saharan Africa Guy Lundy.

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