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KPC admits it lacks equipment to detect low-level fuel leaks

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KPC admits it lacks equipment to detect low-level fuel leaks

Kenya Pipeline Company Wednesday admitted it lacked the sophisticated equipment required to detect low-level pilferage of fuel on their network.

The new revelations came as the company initiated an environmental assessment study to establish the extent of damage along the Nakuru-Kisumu oil pipeline.

The pipeline has had a leak following an attempted syphoning of fuel by a rogue oil marketer.

The leak was the result of an illegal connection via a network of pipes to a petrol station labelled Hess Energy Kenya, in Koru, Muhoroni constituency.

An adjacent home and a petrol station were leased to facilitate the syphoning operations.

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