The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has listed filling stations said to be selling adulterated fuel.
In a statement shared on its official Twitter account on Tuesday, January 4, the regulatory body said it run 5,242 tests at 1,100 petrol stations and established that 98.27 per cent of the stations had complied with its regulations while 19 were found to be non-compliant.
EPRA stated that some of the fuel stations were permanently shut down over failure to comply with its regulations.
- Jabura Filling Station in Kibos, Kisumu County found offering for sale Diesel meant for export ordered to pay Ksh108,618.
- Letesh Filling station in Gachie, Kiambu County was shut down by EPRA for dealing in domestic kerosene.
- Al-Marshidy Filling Station in Wajir County was caught offering the sale of diesel containing high sulfur content and shutdown.
- Mitango filling station in Nguni, Kitui was found selling Diesel meant for export.
- Evolving petrol station in Majengo, Vihiga County was found selling kerosene meant for export with the diluted domestic maker and fined Ksh108,618.
- Raywen Filling Sation in Makindu, Makueni County caught offering the sale of super petrol adulterated with domestic kerosene EPRA shut it down.
- Eric Oima filing station in Homabay County was caught selling super petrol adulterated with domestic kerosene and was fined Ksh50,000.
- Yememia Filling Station in Kiritiri, Embu Cunty was shut down after EPRA found diesel containing high sulfur being solt there.
- Patience Filing station in Tharaka Nithi was found selling super petrol that is adulterated with domestic kerosene and was fined Ksh215, 594 by EPRA.
- Lake Oil Mtwapa Service Station in Kilifi County was closed down after EPRA found them selling domestic kerosene maker and diluted kerosene.
- Hass Petroleum Marsabit Station was fined Ksh250,404 after they were caught selling super petrol adulterated with kerosene.
- In God We Trust Filing station in Othoo, Migori County was closed after EPRA found them selling sulfur petrol meant for export.
- Bunde Filling Station in Othoo, Migori County was also closed after it was found offering super petrol adulterated with domestic kerosene.
- Chabera Filling station in Homabay County was found selling super petrol adulterated with domestic kerosene and closed.
- EPRA shut down Chebarbar Filling station in Nandi County after it was found selling diesel meant for export.
- Sidex Filling Station in Tabuga, Nakuru County was caught selling diesel meant for export and closed down.
- Ombac Filling station in Joska, Machakos County was caught offering the sale of diesel and shut down.
- Kamburu Service station in Masinga, Machakos County was caught selling Diesel meant for export and shut down.
- Peak Oil Limited in Machakos County was found selling diesel meant for export and closed by EPRA.