Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) has started the search for a new managing director. This is due to the interviews for nine shortlisted candidates for the post that are scheduled to begin this week.
After the interviews which will take place on Thursday and Friday, the board will also forward the top three names to the Petroleum Cabinet Secretary, John Munyes.
The CS thereafter has the option to pick one name or reject all three.
According to the Standard, KPC Chairman John Ngumi said the board received 88 applications, with 30 candidates having met requirements.
“Out of the 30, nine have been shortlisted for final interview by the full board,” said Ngumi.
Kenya Pipeline Company is a state corporation that has the responsibility of transporting, storing and delivering petroleum products to the consumers of Kenya by its pipeline system and oil depot network.