(in West Africa)



AREA (on): 236,100 km2

OIL PEAK: 2025


Very few wells had been drilled in Uganda up to 2004 when exploration began again in the Albert Graben, in and adjacent to the Albert Lake, near the border with Congo (Kinshasa) within the western branch of the East African Rift System.

Several oil fields have now been discovered and oil production is forecast to begin in early 2011 rising to a peak after 2020.



Uganda, a country which is now relatively stable compared to others in this region, has seen growing oil consumption over the last few years and this is likely to pick up after 2011 when indigenous oil comes available.

Uganda has no access to a gas supply.



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