Pursuant to the provisions of THE ENERGY (PETROLEUM PRICING) REGULATIONS 2010, the maximum pump prices in Kenya shillings per litre, for the major towns for the period 15th April to 14th May 2015 are as follows: 

 

April 15 – May 14, 2015MAXIMUM PUMP PRICES

                 Super       Diesel        Kerosene 

 TOWNS KES/L KES/L KES/L 

1Mombasa    86.04    74.21    54.49 

2Kilifi           86.25    74.42    54.70 

3Likoni(ML)  86.37     74.54    54.82 

4Kwale        86.37      74.54    54.82 

5Malindi      86.95       75.11    55.39 

6Lungalunga87.28     75.44    55.72 

7Voi           87.64      75.81    56.09 

8Taveta      89.20      77.36     57.64 

9Lamu       90.00       78.17     58.45 

10Nairobi   89.35       77.48     57.21 

11Thika     89.49       77.62     57.35 

12Machakos   89.49    77.62     57.35 

13Kajiado    89.78      77.92      57.64 

14Makuyu   89.93      78.07       57.80 

15Muranga  89.93       78.07      57.80 

16Sagana    90.03       78.17      57.89 

17Embu      90.57       78.71     58.44 

18Kerugoya 90.58       78.72      58.45 

19Narok     90.81        78.94      58.67 

20Nyeri      90.90        79.04      58.77 

21Namanga 91.00        79.14     58.87 

22Kiganjo   91.04        79.18     58.91 

23Chuka     91.08        79.22     58.95 

24Kitui       91.08         79.22    58.95 

25Mwingi    91.11         79.25   58.98 

26Nanyuki  91.50         79.64   59.37 

27Nkubu    91.75         79.89   59.62 

28Mtito Andei 92.00     80.14    59.87 

29Meru   92.03           80.17    59.89 

30Isiolo   92.58          80.72    60.45 

31Maua   92.58           80.72   60.45 

32Garissa 93.92           82.05   61.78 

33Marsabit  96.25        84.39   64.12 

34Libo     96.79          84.93    64.66 

35Wajir     97.60         85.74    65.47 

36Mandera 103.15       91.29    71.02 

37Nakuru 90.09          78.41     58.06 

38Gilgil  90.10            78.42     58.06 

39Mogotio    90.15      78.47     58.11 

40Molo    90.25           78.57     58.21 

41Londiani 90.25         78.57     58.21 

42Nyahururu 90.33       78.65    58.30 

43Naivasha  90.44         78.76    58.41 

44Marigat   90.79         79.11     58.75 

45Kabarnet  91.36         79.68    59.32 

46Bomet    92.01          80.33     59.98 

47Maralal     94.25        82.57      62.21 

48Eldoret    91.24         79.56      59.08 

49Kapsabet   91.25        79.57     59.10 

50Webuye    91.44        79.76     59.28 

51Kitale       91.57         79.89     59.42 

52Kapenguria 91.98        80.30    59.82 

53Bungoma  92.00         80.33    59.85 

54Malaba       92.46        80.78    60.31 

55Lokichogio  99.12       87.44     66.96 

56Kisumu      91.31       79.63      59.08 

57Sondu       91.31       79.63      59.08 

58Oyugis       91.31       79.63     59.08 

59Kakamega   91.38       79.70     59.15 

60Bondo       91.60        79.92      59.37 

61Siaya         91.66        79.98      59.43 

62Kericho      91.79        80.11      59.57 

63Nyamira     91.92         80.24      59.69 

64Kisii           92.25          80.57     60.02 

65Sotik          92.49         80.81      60.26 

66Keroka        92.60        80.92       60.37 

67Busia         92.60         80.92      60.37 

68Homabay    92.98        81.30      60.75 

69Migori       93.21         81.53      60.98 

70Isebania     93.39         81.71       61.16 

 

Taking into account the weighted average cost of imported refined petroleum products, the overall result is that the maximum allowed price of Super Petrol decreases by KES 0.11 per litre, that of Diesel increases by KES 1.28 per litre, while that of Kerosene increases by KES 1.46 per litre compared to the last publication. 

In accordance with Section 102(w) of the Energy Act 2006, a person convicted of retailing petroleum products above the maximum levels will be liable to a fine not exceeding Kenya shillings one million, or the withdrawal of their operating licence or both. In this respect the consumers are requested to be vigilant in reporting non-compliant retailers to the authorities for necessary legal action. The Commission has installed a hotline number (0708 444 000), operational during normal working hours, with a view of increasing its engagement with stakeholders to enhance enforcement and compliance activities. 

The Commission maintains a Short Message Service (SMS) based inquiry system for petroleum pump prices where members of the public can obtain the latest petroleum prices in major towns by  sending the message: “price’ <space> ‘name of major town” to 0707667623. 

 

Corporate Communication

Energy Regulatory Commission

 

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