Cost of fuel expected to go down in August


The Ministry of Petroleum has said the cost of fuel will reduce in August after Kenya Pipeline Company finally took receipt of the new Mombasa-Nairobi pipeline from the contractor Zakhem International.

The 450 kilometre facility has been dogged by controversies including a two-year delay in completion and rise in costs as the contractor sought payments for the extended work periods.

The state run pipeline company has also doubled the capacity of its storage tanks at its Nairobi depot, a move…

Source – Standard Media