Pain At The Pump As Fuel Prices Go Up

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The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) on Tuesday, January 14, announced the new fuel prices.

A press release by EPRA indicated that the new prices will take effect from the 15th of January to 14th February 2020.

The statement read in part saying:

“Taking into account the weighted average cost of imported refined petroleum products, the changes in the maximum allowed petroleum pump prices in Nairobi are as follows.

“Super Petrol, Diesel and Kerosene increases by Ksh0.70, Ksh0.54, and Ksh1.64 per litre respectively.”

Super petrol in Nairobi will retail at Ksh11o.20, Diesel at Ksh102.32 while kerosene will retail at Ksh103.95.

In Kisumu, Super petrol will retail at Ksh 110.60, Diesel at Ksh 102.92 and kerosene at Ksh 104.56.

In Mombasa, Super petrol retails at Ksh 110.60, Diesel by Ksh 102.92 and kerosene by Ksh104.57.

In Nakuru, Super petrol will retail at Ksh 109.80, Diesel at Ksh102.12 and kerosene at Ksh 103.76.

In Eldoret, Super petrol will retail at Ksh 110.60, Diesel at Ksh102.92 and kerosene at Ksh 104.57.

This comes after the authority had reduced Super petrol, Diesel, Kerosene by Sh 1.09, Sh 2.83 and Sh1.75 per litre last month.

Feature Image Courtesy: Nairobiwire



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