OLA Energy Kenya Commissions Ksh40 Mn LPG Plant in Nairobi

OLA Energy Kenya Operations Manager Franklin Nubi revealed that the new plant is made up of machinery with very advanced technological capabilities and its intelligent features enable it to detect leakages during the filling process.

OLA Energy COO Maurizio Libutti (Right) cuts a ribbon to mark the commissioning of the Ksh40 million LPG Plant in Nairobi

Oil marketer OLA Energy Kenya said it has commissioned a Ksh40 million Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) plant in Nairobi.

The plant will help the company double their capacity and meet the growing domestic demand for cooking gas in the country.

According to the company, the LPG facility will be able to handle up to 650 metric tonnes per month. 

“The new LPG plant is fully automated and thereby requires very minimal human interaction. It is able to detect even the smallest of leaks thus ensuring absolute safety and expanded filling capacity growth of up to 300 per cent,” said OLA Energy Kenya Operations Manager Franklin Nubi.