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Top 5 Largest Oil Companies in Kenya, And Who Owns Them

In Kenya, oil companies are rapidly taking shape. There are a few well established oil companies that are preferred by users due to the quality of their product. It is very hard to build an oil company from scratch and rub shoulders with the giants in the market.

Here is a list of the top five largest oil companies in the country and who owns them;

1. RUBis Energy.

Rubis Energy was founded in france by Gillies Gobin. The company entered Kenyan markets in late 2018 and it has managed to dominate the Kenyan markets in a span of less than five years. Rubis Energy Kenya runs a strong network of over 236 service stations in Kenya.

2. Total Energies.

Previous known as Total Kenya, Total Energies has well over 150 gas stations in the country. Total Energies operates in over 100 countries and deals with products such as fuels, lubricants, car care products, LPG, and solar lanterns. Total Outré Mer is the majority owners of Total Kenya.

3. Vivo Energy.

Vivo Energy has about 135 fuel stations spread out within the country. The company was established in 2011 and it sells Shell-branded fuels and lubricants to retail and commercial customers in Africa. Vivo Energy is largely owned by Vitol Group.

4. OLA Energy.

OLA Energy was previously known as Oil libya. The company was rebranded in 2018 but it has been present in the kenyan markets since 2006. OLA Energy boosts of not less than 108 gas stations. OLA Energy is owned by Libya Oil Holdings previously known Tamoil Africa

5. National Oil Corporation of Kenya (NOCK)

NOCK was founded in 1981 but started operating in 1984. Since 2016, Mary Jane Mwangi has served as the CEO of the state owned enterprise. National Oil has over 99 refill stations within the country.

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