The Energy Year Uganda 2021
“Oil is finite and exhaustible, so we should use the oil money to create durable capacity.”
H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, President of the Republic of Uganda
The Energy Year Uganda 2021 is a special first edition covering the unlocking of Uganda’s energy industry, and has been produced in partnership with Uganda’s State House, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, the Petroleum Authority of Uganda, Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC) and the Uganda Investment Authority.
The Energy Year Uganda 2021 analyses the latest developments and future prospects of the country’s up-and-coming oil and gas industry, as well as its linkages with the power sector and wider economy. The book also portrays the projects championed by the key players of the Ugandan energy value chain.
“Uganda is continuing to prepare itself to benefit from the oil and gas industry. The benefits will not only be in the form of revenues from the sale of oil but also in harnessing the economic and social impact which these significant investment projects are bringing to the development and transformation of the country.”
Ernest Rubondo, Executive Director, Petroleum Authority of Uganda
The Energy Year Uganda 2021 also features maps showing Uganda’s oil and gas licences and their status and featuring the groundbreaking East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) infrastructure.
The book features dozens of interviews, including with:
- H.E. President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni
- UNOC CEO Proscovia Nabbanja
- Total Uganda Country Chair Pierre Jessua
- Former Minister of Energy and Mineral Development Dr. Mary Goretti Kitutu
This first edition of our The Energy Year Uganda series provides the most up-to-date and in-depth analysis as a comprehensive guide on the evolving Ugandan energy market. It underlines the key projects that will shape the Ugandan oil and gas value chain of the future and identifies the country’s potential and untapped opportunities.