Fuel Prices Drop Below Ksh100 Mark In April Review


The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) review has reviewed downwards the prices of super petrol, diesel and kerosene by Ksh18, Ksh4 and Ksh18 respectively.

This pushes the prices below the Ksh100 mark, with super petrol will retailing at Ksh92.87, diesel at Ksh97.56 while kerosene will sell at Ksh77.28 down from Ksh95.49 .

“The changes in in this month’s prices are as a consequence of the average landed cost of imported super petrol decreasing by 34.61% from US$472.59 per cubic metre in February to US$309.03 per cubic metre in March,” the statement read in part.

The average landed cost for diesel dropped by 9.89 percent from US$480.21 per cubic metre to US$432.70 per cubic metre. Kerosene on the other hand decreased by 37.70 percent from US$421.24 per cubic metre to US$262.44 per cubic metre.

In Mombasa, Kenyans will part with Ksh90.40 for Super Petrol, Ksh95.09 for diesel and Ksh74.82 for Kerosene per litre.

This is the first time in years for diesel to cost more that super petrol.

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