Uganda special report, November 2023

Uganda map focused on Lake Albert oil and gas fields and Eacop

06 Nov 2023

This report collects togther a series of articles on Uganda's energy sector that were published in early November 2023 as part of African Energy's Issue 494 reporting. The package also includes maps focused on the oil and gas sector and power infrastructure.

The report gives you access to the following articles and maps:

Uganda ups its stakes in energy projects as Eacop nears financial close

With oil field developments proceeding at pace, the Kampala government has signalled its intention to play a more robust role in economic management, with plans to renationalise the electricity distribution network and take an expensive majority stake in the Kabalega refinery development.

Meanwhile financing for the Eacop pipeline is expected to close soon, with Chinese lenders stepping in where western financiers have refused to go, writes Marc Howard, recently in Kampala and Hoima.
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Uganda’s oil era development

Uganda oil map

Published November 2023, this map focuses on the upstream oil and gas activity in the Lake Albert region of Uganda and the route of the planned East African crude oil pipeline (Eacop).
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Power infrastructure in Uganda – revised October 2020

Uganda electricity sector map

Revised in October 2020, this map provides a detailed overview of the power sector in Uganda. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type.

Existing and future transmission and distribution lines are shown ranging from 132kV to 400kV.
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Uganda special report, November 2023


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