According to the latest statistics provided to Africanmanager, road fuel consumption increased by 15% between late April 2014 and late April 2015 to 860 ktoe, accounting for 53% of the overall consumption of petroleum products.
Indeed, regular diesel consumption grew 11%, that of unleaded petrol rose 28% and that of diesel 50 increased by 14%.
The consumption of LPG recorded an increase of 7% in late April 2015, compared to April 2014, reaching 226 ktoe.
As for the consumption of fuel, it reached 237 ktoe at the end of April 2015, which corresponds to a rise of 137% compared to end of April 2014.
Consumption of petroleum coke went up by 23% during the same period to 204 ktoe.
As for lamp oil, its consumption has increased by 27%.
Regarding kerosene consumption, it went up 4% at the end of April 2015 compared to April, 2014.