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History[edit]

The history of oil marketing in Kenya began in 1903 during colonial times. Initially, kerosene was the main import in tins but later gasoline was imported in tins and drums.

Royal Dutch Shell established the first depot on the island of Shimanzi.

Today[edit]

The industry is controlled by a few major international players i.e. Exxon Mobil, Shell and Total with competition from some locally established ones such as Kenol/Kobil.

Registered oil companies[edit]

References[edit]


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The Star
Thu, 14 May 2015 00:44:56 -0700

By Martin Mwita. OIL companies in Kenya will soon be allocated stocksl according to their capacity to evacuate fuel from the main storage in Mombasa, according to proposal by the Energy Regulatory Commission. The new formulae will be a departure from ...

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Capital FM Kenya (press release) (subscription) (blog)
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 05:36:46 -0700

”The oil companies in Kenya do not divulge or share information with the county governments and the communities on their operations. This has strained relations more often leading to protests by communities,” Nanok said. He added that Kenya is cautious ...
 
The Standard Digital News
Fri, 01 Nov 2013 17:00:04 -0700

Tullow's operations (and all the other operations of oil companies) in Kenya is governed by a Production Sharing Contract (PSC) between it and the national government. A look at Clause 13 of Kenya's standard PSC reveals that the Company is under an ...
 
Bloomberg
Fri, 20 May 2011 03:19:27 -0700

May 20 (Bloomberg) -- Oil companies in Kenya back a proposal to have Kenya Petroleum Refineries Ltd. stop processing their crude shipments, said David Ohana, managing director of KenolKobil Ltd. “We are very much for that as an industry,” Ohana, who ...
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