petrol

Oman Standard Petrol Production Declines 25% in January

A data released from the Omani National Center for Statistics and Information (NCSI)  demonstrated that the production of standard grade petrol (M-91) by Omani refineries has declined by 25% at the end of January ...

KNPC Requests Contract Renewal with Mitsubishi 

Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) has requested a contract renewal with Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Company.

Tanzania Reduced Fuel Prices

Tanzania's energy regulator lowered maximum retail prices for diesel and kerosene early January but marginally raised the limit for petrol to reflect changes in global energy costs.

S. Africa to Increase Fuel Prices

South Africa’s Department of Energy announced that a liter of petrol 93 ULP and LRP will rise by $0.04 a liter, while a liter of 95 ULP and LRP will increase by $0.03.

Tanzania Saved $7b via Domestic Gas

Tanzania saved up to $7.4b by using natural gas as a source of energy from July 2004 to June 2015. This came as a result of using natural gas to replace expensive fuel such as heavy furnace oil (HFO), diesel, petrol, ...

Ghana’s Pump Prices to Increase

Ghana’s Institute for Energy Security (IES) projected an increase of about $0.05 per liter on petrol and diesel to mirror developments on both the international and local oil market for the September pricing window.

Nigeria Will Not Increase Fuel Prices

Nigeria's national oil company said the government has no immediate plans to increase gasoline prices, days after fuel marketers and Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation's (NNPC) management called for the removal ...

Namibia Dropped Pump Prices for Fuel

Namibian Minister of Mines and Energy, Obeth Kandjoze , announced that petrol and diesel prices will decrease by $0.036 and $0.02 per liter, respectively.

Nigeria to Import Petroleum Products

The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) and an international company, NIMEX Petroleum Group, have plans to import 100,000 metric tones of petroleum products to complement the efforts of the ...

SA’s Sasol Marks Petrol, Diesel Sales Decline

The South African chemicals and energy company Sasol has marked a decline in its sales of petrol and diesel - white product liquid fuel - from 59mb in June 2015 to 58mb in June 2016.

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