Welcome to EWURA
Sheria ya Mafuta Na. 21 ya mwaka 2015 inaipa uwezo Mamlaka ya Udhibiti wa Huduma za Nishati na Maji (EWURA) kusimamia shughuli za mkondo wa chini wa sekta ya mafuta ya petroli (Mid and Downstream Petroleum Activities). Kifungu cha 131 (1) cha sheria hiyo kinawataka wote wanaojihusisha na sekta tajwa wawe na leseni iliyotolewa na EWURA.
Kutokana na kifungu cha 19(4) cha Sheria ya EWURA Sura ya 414 ya Sheria za Tanzania, taarifa kwa umma inatolewa ya kwamba, wafuatao wameomba leseni/vibali ili kujihusisha na mkondo wa chini wa sekta ya mafuta ya petroli.
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) has received an application from the Petroleum Bulk Procurement Agency (PBPA) with a proposal to increase fees paid by Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) to PBPA from TZS 0.50/litre to TZS 3.00/litre. According to PBPA, the increase in fees is needed to meet increased operating costs as per the PBPA structure stipulated in the PBPA Establishment Order (GN No. 423 of 2015).
A Public Hearing Meeting will be held at EWURA offices in Dar es Salaam on 30th August 2017 from 10:00 am. Those who wish to submit comments pertinent to the Inquiry are requested to do so by submitting them in writing to the Director General at the above-mentioned address not later than 4th September 2017. Interested parties who also wish to make presentations at the Public Hearing Meeting are requested to register themselves with EWURA in writing by 21st August 2017.
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority now invites individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services which include:
- reviewing of the existing Information, Education and Communication Policy and Strategy that accommodates the authority’s core function;
- conducting countrywide clients/customers satisfaction survey and establish baseline data/figures/information on the level/extent of customers satisfaction to the Authority’s regulatory services; and
- conducting countrywide survey on the level of public awareness on the roles and functions of the Authority and establish baseline data/figures/information on the level/extent of awareness.
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) would like to inform Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) and operators of petrol stations that GFI has established check points for testing fuel marker concentration at the following locations:
- GFI – Office Kurasini – Dar es Salaam;
- Afroil Petrol Station – Chalinze; and
- Engen Petrol Station – Segera.
The check points will be in operation with effective from Monday 07th August 2017. Therefore, OMCs and petrol stations operators wishing to test their products while enroute or before offloading the products are invited to use this service. Kindly note that, testing is free of charge and it is optional.
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) hereby publishes monthly cap prices for petroleum products, applicable in Tanzania Mainland. These retail and wholesale prices are applicable effective from Saturday 2nd August 2017. Please see attached files for more details…
Cap Prices WEF 02 Agosti 2017-Kiswahili
Mamlaka ya Udhibiti wa Huduma za Nishati na Maji (EWURA) inawatangazia waombaji wote wa leseni za ukandarasi wa umeme (electrical installation licences), leseni za uzalishaji umeme (electricity generation licences), na leseni za usambazaji umeme (electricity distribution licences) kwamba kuanzia tarehe 1/8/2017, waombaji wote wanaohitaji kufanya maombi ya leseni hizo watume maombi yao kwa njia ya mtandao, kwa kutumia mfumo unaoitwa Licensing and Order Information System (LOIS) ulioanzishwa na EWURA kwa kupitia https://lois.ewura.go.tz. Kwa maelezo zaidi fungua kiambatanisho hapo chini..
NOTICE is hereby given to all operators of petroleum products retail outlets who have not installed Electronic Fiscal Pump Printer (EFPP) machines at their facilities in accordance with section 80A(1) of the Income Tax Act, Cap 332, R.E 2008 (as amended) to do so within 14 days from the date of issue of this notice. Failure to install EFPP machines contravenes section 240(1)(f) of the Petroleum Act, Cap 392, Rule 25 of the Petroleum (Retail Operations) Rules, GN No. 168 of 2015, Paragraph 12.1(a)(i) and 12.1(q) of the licence terms and conditions.
Severe legal action shall be taken against all operators of retail stations who will fail to install EFPP machines after expiry of the specified period of 14 days.