National Oil Corporation of Kenya

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The National Oil Corporation of Kenya is a state corporation of Kenya founded by Act of Parliament in 1981, with a mandate of participating in all aspects of the Kenyan petroleum industry; it is 100% owned by the Kenyan government.[1] The company is known as National Oil or as "NOCK". Main offices are located in Nairobi.

The company is involved in upstream activities such as exploration, geological research, and production; and in downstream activities such as maintenance of a petroleum products retail network.

Service stations[edit]

National Oil operates 110 service stations across Kenya.[2]


  1. ^ National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  2. ^ Rubadiri, Victoria (21 May 2012). "Fuel just got cheaper at National Oil stations". Capital Broadcasting Network. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 

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