Namibia is home to state-regulated petrol and diesel prices. This allows the same prices at every fuel station at any given time and eliminates competition in the fuel sector. The prices are set by the Ministry of Mines and Energy on a monthly basis. Base price is given for Walvis Bay; prices for other areas are set by this base price plus an additional price for transport (between 5-30 cents).
Valid as per 2 July 2014 (base price in Walvis Bay per litre)
- 93-Oktan LRP – not sold anymore since 15 June 2013
- 95-Oktan – N$ 12.29 (+- 0 ct)
- Diesel 500 ppm (standard) – N$ 12,62 (-20 ct)
- Diesel 50 ppm (premium) – N$ 12,72 (-20 ct)
Please note: by law fuel has to be paid in cash, however, since September 2011 more and more petrol stations allow paying fuel with credit cards. These can be found here. No Garage or Fuel Cards are accepted anymore as of April 2014.
The following companies have fuel stations (known as “petrol station”, “service station”, “garage” or “diensstasie”) in Namibia:
- Engen Namibia -
- Puma Energy (formerly BP & Caltex) – >45 stations
- Vivo Energy (formerly Shell) – 34 stations
- Total Namibia – 32 stations