The demand for refined oil within the region is increasing therefore there is a compelling reason for the expansion of the existing capacity to handle additional volumes. It is expected that demand for refined oil product imports and crude oil exports in Kenya will increase from 6.8m tons in 2020 to 19.3m tons in 2045. Refined oil imports captured by Lamu port are expected to increase from 395,000 tons in 2023 to 2.6 M tons in 2045. Crude oil exports through the port of Lamu are expected to increase to 3.0 M tons. This investment proposal is therefore intended for facilitation of import and export to meet demand of oil requirements.


Public Private Partnership



Proposal ready