Kenyans now have to dig deeper into their pockets to afford a trip to the pump after the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has reviewed the retail prices for petroleum products for the period September 15, 2021, to October 14, 2021.

EPRA reviewed the pump prices upwards, hitting a new high as Kenyans are facing one of the hardest economic times occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The maximum allowed petroleum pump prices in Nairobi has increased by Sh7.58 per litre for Super Petrol, Sh7.94 per litre for Diesel and Sh12.97 per litre for Kerosene. 

The increment will see Super Petrol retail at Sh134.72, Diesel will retail at Sh115.60 and Kerosene will retail at 110.82 in Nairobi.

In Mombasa, Super Petrol will retail at Sh132.46 per litre, Diesel will retail at Sh113.36 while Kerosene will retail at Sh108.57.

Fuel pump prices for Super Petrol will be Sh135.13, Diesel will be Sh116.30 and Kerosene will be Sh111.54 in Kisumu.

The increase in the prices of petroleum products has been widely anticipated over a long time.

The following is the full list of the revised fuel prices across the country: