Kaduna, Port Harcourt, and Warri refineries are currently producing more than 6m liters of kerosene and 6m liters of diesel on a daily basis.
The scarcity of kerosene, used by millions of largely poor Nigerians for cooking, has hit major cities causing huge increase in price.
Tanzania's energy regulator lowered maximum retail prices for diesel and kerosene early January but marginally raised the limit for petrol to reflect changes in global energy costs.
Kenyan Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) increased the maximum retail prices of petrol, diesel and kerosene in the country. The changes took effective from mid November and will remain valid for a 30-day period.
Kenya's Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) announced an immediate drop in fuel rates that will extend until mid-October.
Kenya has increased the consumption of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) by 240%, compared to 2015, amid low global oil prices and the removal of value added tax (VAT) on the commodity.