Super Petrol, Diesel, and Kerosene (Gasoline) Prices In Kenya | 2022.
We will look at the price of a litre of petrol in different parts of Kenya.
Currently, the price of a litre of super petrol is Ksh.152.13.
A litre of diesel and kerosene retails at a price of Ksh.133.22 and Ksh121.17 respectively.
Petrol per Litre Prices In Kenya 2022 (UPDATED)
- Super Petrol a litre now retails at KES. 150.12.
- Diesel at KES. 131 per litre.
- Kerosene at KES. 118.94 per litre.
The pump prices are inclusive of 8% Value Added Tax (VAT) in line with the provisions of the Finance Act 2018, the revised rates for excise duty adjusted for inflation as per Legal Notice No. 109 of 9th July 2019, and the revised rates for Railway Development Levy (RDL).
Kenya Gasoline prices in Kenyan Shillings and Dollars (UPDATED)
New Petrol Prices In Kenya 2022.
Fuel Prices Subsidies
The Energy and Petroleum Regulation Authority(EPRA) set the new retail prices of fuel in May. The retail price of Petrol is currently Ksh150.12 per litre. On the other hand, diesel retails at Ksh131 and kerosene at Ksh118.94 per litre. A rise from initial prices of Ksh150.12, Ksh125.50 and Ksh113.44 respectively.
Pump prices have hit a record high with both prices increasing by sh. 5.50 per litre. This subsequently leads to an increase in the prices of basic commodities and services.
Without the subsidy super petrol would retail at Ksh176.47 per litre with diesel and kerosene retailing at Ksh174.94 and Ksh169.26 respectively. For comparison, the average price of gasoline in the world for this period is Ksh219.36.
The Kenyan government committed to offering a subsidy scheme to pay marketers an estimated 14.59 billion.
A compensation of Sh9.02 billion from a subsidy of Sh40.24 per litre of diesel. In addition, Sh5.057 billion from Sh29.08 per litre of petrol and Sh310.87 million for kerosene are offered to marketers.
The subsidy comes under sustained pressure from a spike in global prices of crude. This increased the compensation margins for oil marketers.
Kenya Petrol Pump Prices per Litre | 2022.
Mandera has the highest prices per litre of fuel retailing at Ksh163.15. In Nairobi fuel costs Ksh150.12 per litre. The lowest price of Ksh147.86 is in Mombasa.
A litre of petrol costs 150.53 in Kisumu.
Ksh149.64 in Nakuru.
Ksh151.4 in Busia.
Ksh150.53 in Eldoret.
You can check the full list here.
The new prices apply from 15th May 2022-14th June 2022.
Prices of petrol have evidently hit historical highs in Kenya and this trickles down to everything in the economy including food prices, transportation, and basic commodities.
Super Petrol, Diesel and Kerosene will now retail at KES. 150.12, KES. 131 and KES. 118.94 per litre respectively in Nairobi starting 14th April 2022.
New Prices of a Litre of Petrol, Diesel, and Kerosene In Kenya | 2022.
Kenya: The prices of Super Petrol, Diesel, and Kerosene are KES. 150.12, KES. 131 and KES. 118.94 per litre respectively in Nairobi.
Petrol prices in Kenya today:
The price of super petrol today in Kenya is Ksh.150.12
Venezuela is the world’s cheapest country to buy petrol, where amazingly it costs just Ksh.2.95 a litre.
This is because it’s home to some of the biggest oil reserves in the world. But it’s also a country where income is very low too.
Nairobi petrol prices, a litre:
The price of unleaded petrol in Kenya today is Ksh.152.135
The main difference between leaded and unleaded fuel is the additive tetraethyl lead. Leaded gas was commonly used many years ago but it was discovered that lead has undesirable side effects when lead is released into the air. Leaded gas was found to be harmful to the environment and humanity which resulted in the production of unleaded gas. You won’t find leaded gas at the pump. Nowadays its used for motor racing, heavy equipment, and marine vehicles.
It is also known as petrol or gas.
Super Petrol also known as Premium Motor Gasoline or Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) or petrol is a product derived from crude and used as fuel in internal combustion engines.
This fuel is for spark engines like car engines. In some countries, PMS is mixed with ethanol at some predetermined ratios and used as an alternative fuel. PMS is more volatile than Diesel and Kerosene because of its base constituents and additives.
The PMS marketed in Kenya conforms to the following critical parameters as set by the Kenya Bureau of Standards;
It must have a density of 15 degrees centigrade Kg/m3 of 780 maximum
It must have a Research Octane number of 91 minimum and Sulphur content of 0.15% maximum