Tycoons who Own Major Petrol Stations in Kenya

This is a list of Businessmen who own major petrol stations in Kenya. Kenya has thousands of petrol stations that serve all citizens throughout the country.

Companies that own these major petrol stations include Rubis, Ola, Total, Mogas, and Hass Petroleum, among others.

Some of these businesses are owned by tycoons from both Kenya and elsewhere. Here is a list of Kenyan tycoons who own major petrol stations in Kenya.

Tycoons who Own Major Petrol Stations in Kenya

1. Gilles Gobin

Rubis is owned by Gilles Gobin. The company was founded in 1990 and has since expanded to operate in various parts of the world. Rubis currently has a total income of approximately Ksh 19.525 billion and total assets of approximately Ksh 223.52 billion.

Rubis operates 230 service stations in Kenya. The stations are strategically placed and designed to be as convenient and safe as possible. Their primary focus is on the forecourt value-added service.

2. Bhavish Aggarwal

Bhavish Aggarwal, the CEO, and co-founder of Ola Energy is an Indian entrepreneur with a net worth of $500 million. Since its inception in 2010, the company has raised $3.3 billion and is now valued at $5.7 billion.

Ola Energy operates over 84 service stations in Kenya, with hundreds of employees manning these locations.

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3. Louis Mogas

Maestro Oil and Gas Solutions operates a number of gas stations throughout Kenya. Louis Mogas founded it in Houston, Texas, in 1973. He is the Mogas company’s chairman. In Uganda and Rwanda, the company is the sole distributor of Castrol oil.

4. Abdinasir Hassan

Abdinasir Hassan, the chairman of Hass Petroleum, is a co-founder of this private company. In 1997, he and his brother established Hass Petroleum. He is estimated to be worth $1.89 million.

Hass Petroleum currently employs over 800 people across seven East African countries. Muhamud Salat is the company’s CEO in Kenya. The company operates gas stations throughout the country.