Kenya Pipeline Company says fuel contamination hurting exports

Written By: Kennedy Osir

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Kenya Pipeline Company has cited fuel adulteration as the major cause of its dwindled dominance of the oil export market in East Africa.

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Chairman John Ngumi said the menace had resulted in reduction of Kenya’s petroleum products exports to her major markets such as Uganda by as much as 50 percent.

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He however said the company is poised to recapture its market share through innovative measures.

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