Among them is the mega Sh37 billion Soin–Koru dam and water pipeline.
Among the key projects the president will launch is the Sh37 Billion Soin–Koru Dam and water pipeline which covers Kericho and Kisumu counties.
In addition to the cases of accidental spillage recorded, KPC says illegal fuel connections were revealed in Koru, Kisumu County where 4,490 cubic metres of diesel and kerosene was syphoned to a petrol station nearby.
The amount included 4.4 million litres, which KPC claims was siphoned in Koru, Kisumu.
Mr Sang has officially explained that 4.4 million litres were “stolen” in Koru last year after vandals drilled the pipeline and diverted fuel to a nearby petrol station.
Read: EACC sleuths raid homes of Kenya Pipeline officials in Sh600m flawed tender probe The company established that it lost 4.49 million liters through theft at Koru near Kisumu where illegal connections were expertly done by the perpetrators.
SPILLAGE KPC had told the oil marketing companies that more than 7.2 million litres were lost through spillage and another 4.4 million litres stolen at Koru, near Kisumu.
The peace bid came after Nandi county laid claim to seven towns in Kisumu, including Chemelil, Muhoroni, Miwani, Kibigori, Kibos, Koru and Kopere.