EWURA Bei Mpya Za Mafuta-New Fuel Price September 2022 The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) hereby publishes Cap Prices for petroleum products , applicable in Tanzania Mainland. These wholesale and retail prices are applicable effective Wednesday, 7th September 2022.
Bei za Mafuta September 2022
Petroleum prices at the world market have increased significantly due to , among other things , the war between Russia and Ukraine towards the end of February 2022. This led to disruption of supply chain following sanctions issued to Russia and, therefore , a dramatic increase in crude oil prices. For the period of March 2021 to March 2022, the lowest price was USD 60.27 in March 2021 per barrel and the highest price was USD 139.13 per barrel in March 2022. Consequently, local prices have increased significantly.
EWURA Bei Mpya Za Mafuta Mwezi Juni-New Fuel Price June 2022
EWURA Bei Mpya Za Mafuta-New Fuel Price September 2022 EWURA) has announced a limit on petrol prices that will come into effect at September 7 where DSM Petroleum will be sold 2969 instead of 3301, Diesel 3125 instead of 3452, this decline is due to a grant of Tsh.100 Billion President Samia ordered to be released to bring recovery.
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Functions of EWURA
The functions of EWURA include among others, licensing, tariff review, monitoring performance and standards with regards to quality, safety, health and environment. EWURA is also responsible for promoting effective competition and economic efficiency, protecting the interests of consumers and promoting the availability of regulated services to all consumers including low income, rural and disadvantaged consumers in the regulated sectors.
In carrying out its functions, EWURA shall strive to enhance the welfare of Tanzania society by:
- promoting effective competition and economic efficiency;
- protecting the interests of consumers;
- protecting the financial viability of efficient suppliers;
- promoting the availability of regulated services to all consumers including low income, rural and disadvantaged consumers;
- taking into account the need to protect and preserve the environment;
- enhancing public knowledge, awareness and understanding of the regulated sectors.