Kazakhstan has launched an information system for accounting for the sale of diesel fuel at the country’s petrol stations. It allows overseeing the diesel fuel sales at differential rates. At present, prices in the country are set at 230 to 260 tenge per liter, depending on the region. According to the Kazakh Energy Ministry, no public funds were used for the service development. It involves the verification of documents from the databases of the Interior Ministry, State Credit Bureau, and the Ministry of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry. To date, over 270 filling stations in the country have already started using the system.