Petroleum outlets selling adulterated or export fuel

30 December 2016

PETROLEUM OUTLETS SELLING ADULTERATED OR EXPORT FUEL, OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2016

The Energy Regulatory Commission is mandated under Section 95 of the Energy Act 2006 to monitor petroleum products offered for sale, transported or stored within the country with the aim of preventing motor fuel adulteration or dumping of export bound petroleum fuels. In this regard, the Commission undertakes a program of continuous monitoring of the quality of petroleum motor fuels on sale, on transportation or in storage throughout the country.

During the period October - December 2016, a total of 4,436 tests were carried out in 661 petroleum sites. From the tests, 99.4% of the sites were found to be compliant. However, tests from 17 sites turned out to be non-compliant.

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