ZERA Invites Fuel Operators To Apply For 2022 Licences

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ZERA Invites Fuel Operators To Apply For 2022 Licences

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has notified fuel operators whose 2021 operating licenses expire on 31 December 2021 to start the renewal process by applying for new licenses for 2022. In a public notice this Thursday, ZERA said:

Applications for the 2022 licensing year must be submitted via email on in PDF format only and below 10MB in size.

All applicants for renewal of licenses are required to submit the duly completed license renewal form accompanied by the requisite supporting documents.

… Please take note that payment of license fees into the ZERA account without submitting adequate application documents does not warrant the issuance of a license.

Application forms and lists of requirements are available for download at

All operators are reminded that according to section 29 of the Petroleum Act, it is illegal to procure, sell or produce any petroleum product without a license issued by the Authority and the necessary steps will be taken on those that do not comply.

The licence fees as announced by ZERA are as follows:

License category US$ (VAT Inclusive)
Wholesale license 10 534
Retail license 572.50 (Urban), 229 (Rural)
Production license (Mandatory) 22 900
Production licence (Blending) 5 725
LPG Retail licence 114.50
LPG Wholesale licence 9 160

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