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Energy and Water Services Regulatory Authority (EWURA), announces the price limit of petroleum products in this country. These prices will be effective from Wednesday, 7 September 2022. Oil prices in the world market for July 2022 have decreased compared to those prices for June 2022. Thus, oil prices in the domestic market have also decreased between 271 shillings/liter and 362 shillings/liter for petrol and 430 shillings/liter for kerosene compared to the subsidized prices of August 2022. For diesel fuel, excluding the price of Tanga which drops by 13 shillings/litre, prices for September 2022 have increased by 37 shillings/liter and 86 shillings/liter for Dar es Salaam and Mtwara, respectively, compared to subsidized prices for August 2022.
To continue reducing the effects of price increases of diesel in this country where many economic activities depend on diesel and also to to reduce the difference between the prices of petrol and diesel, the Government has given a subsidy of one billion shillings 65 to reduce fuel prices for the month of September 2022. By providing the subsidy, The government has reduced the prices of oil products for the month of September 2022 as as shown in Table no. 1.
EWURA Bei Mpya Za Mafuta September 2022
EWURA’s vision is “To be a World Class Regulator for Sustainable Energy and Water Services”
EWURA mission is “To regulate energy and water utilities in a transparent, effective and efficient manner that ensures their quality, availability and affordability”
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.
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) is an autonomous multi-sectoral regulatory Authority established by Cap 414 . In discharging its duties and functions on petroleum sub-sector, the Authority is obliged to comply and enforce the Petroleum Act, 2015, Cap 392 that is a sector’s legislation.
Under these instruments, the Authority is mandated to regulate the Mid and Downstream petroleum sub-sector in Tanzania Mainland, covering technical, economic and safety regulatory functions. Regulatory functions that are implemented by EWURA in this sub sector are geared to:
- Monitor for the sake of ensuring security and quality of petroleum products supply in the country;
- Optimize costs in respect of procurement, storage, transportation and distribution of petroleum products;
- Attract investment through licensing in the petroleum mid and downstream operations, thus helping to ensure a reliability in the supply of petroleum products throughout the country;
- Create a level playing field to protect the interest of efficient service providers or suppliers; and
- Implement government policies as outlined in the Energy Policy framework.
The ultimate goal of EWURA (the Authority) is to protect the interests of consumers, efficient suppliers and the government, which together are key Authority’s stakeholders.