The amount of oil Uganda can recover has grown marginally in 2014, according to Ernest Rubondo, the Commissioner, Petroleum Exploration and Production Department (PEPD). Uganda now boasts of 1.4 billion barrels of oil that is recoverable, up from 1.2 billion barrels. This, even after the available oil in the ground grew by 85 percent to 6.5 billion barrels. The amount recoverable means the oil Uganda can sell commercially and extract from the ground.
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