Definitions

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  • n. a shallow lake on the border between Uganda and Congo in the Great Rift Valley

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Examples

  • Museveni also proposed the renaming of Lake Albert, which is shared by the two countries, as 'Mwittanzige'.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • A month later, the government repossessed the entire block 3A, located at the southern tip of Lake Albert, from Tullow following the expiration of its exploration license.

    Tullow, Uganda Resolve Tax Dispute

  • Tullow Oil PLC has been a leader, finding huge quantities of oil in Uganda's Lake Albert rift basin.

    Africa's East Coast in Natural-Gas Spotlight

  • The Ugandan government then withdrew from Tullow two Lake Albert licenses containing significant oil discoveries, which accounted for half the assets Tullow had just bought from Heritage.

    Tullow, Uganda Agree on Sale Terms

  • Tullow, which owns 100% of three oil licenses covering Uganda's Lake Albert basin, wants to bring Total and or Cnooc into the country to help with the development of more than a billion barrels of oil discovered there.

    Tullow, Uganda Agree on Sale Terms

  • Tullow Oil has reactivated its exploration drilling program in Uganda's Lake Albert region following completion last month of a deal to bring in Total and China National Offshore Oil Company as partners in the development.

    Business Watch

  • LONDON—Tullow Oil PLC said Wednesday it has reactivated its exploration drilling program in Uganda's Lake Albert region following completion last month of a deal to bring in Total SA and China National Offshore Oil Company as partners in the development.

    Tullow Boosts Uganda Drilling After Closing Deal

  • Tullow has so far discovered around a billion barrels of oil in the Lake Albert region, and Ugandan government officials have said that there may be another 1.5 billion barrels as yet undiscovered.

    Tullow Boosts Uganda Drilling After Closing Deal

  • Uganda has bought at least eight fighter jets and other military hardware worth $744 million from Russia as it prepares to start oil production in the Lake Albert region, along its border with restive eastern Congo, government officials said.

    World Watch

  • Uganda has bought at least eight fighter jets and other military hardware valued at $744 million from Russia as it prepares to start oil production in the Lake Albert region, along its border with restive eastern Congo, government officials said.

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