Total Uganda, Committed to Better Energy. Energizing life. Everyday

Our Vision:
To be the preferred choice for high quality petroleum products and services anchored on a dynamic and diverse human capital; delivering sustainable value and relationships.


Our Mission:
To be the preferred oil company for customers and a reference in corporate citizenship, while delivering sustainable shareholder value by providing high quality petroleum products and services, anchored on a dynamic and diverse human capital


About Us
Total Uganda has been operating in Uganda since 1955. Its involvement in the country has been growing over the years with 127 active service stations countrywide, offering the full range of petroleum products and services.

In line with our vision, Total Uganda has improved the image of its service stations into a more contemporary and environmentally friendly look. It has embarked on the rollout of the new service stations’ visual which will be completed by 2016. This new image will strengthen our network’s identity with, and blend more unobtrusively into the environment.

In all our operations, safety remains our priority. We are committed to safety for me, for you and for all stakeholders, partners and esteemed customers along our diverse operation channels. In line with this commitment Total Uganda is involved in health and safety projects such as Safe Way right Way, United Against Malaria and more recently, Blood donation drives in association with the Indian Association of Uganda and the Uganda Red Cross among others. In addition, through our peer educators, we also hold HIV/AIDS programmes for our staff, customers and transporters.

Our commitment to improve access to alternative, clean energy sources, we market solar lamps branded "Awango by Total", a line of innovative and reliable solar lighting with phone charging solutions, to improve access to energy. These solar lamps are durable, affordable and come with an 12 month warranty. Our aim is to enable low-income earning communities who are not on the electricity grid, to meet some of their most basic everyday needs.

Total Uganda remains committed to better energy


MTN Uganda is a subsidiary of MTN Group, a multinational telecommunications group connecting approximately 232 million people in 22 countries across Africa and the Middle East. In 2009, MTN Uganda introduced its mobile telephone-based banking product known as Mobile Money. As of March 2015, MTN controlled 80 percent of the mobile money market in the country.

In November 2015, MTN Uganda switched off 3.7 million of its 11.5 million customers to comply with the Uganda Communications Commission's new SIM card registration requirements.

In May 2016, MTN Uganda borrowed US$114 million (UGX:385.8 or 380 billion, depending on the source) to expand its network and build a new headquarters building on Jinja Road in Kampala. Funding was in the form of a syndicated loan by a consortium of four Ugandan banks, namely Stanbic Bank Uganda, Standard Chartered Uganda, Citibank Uganda, and Barclays Bank of Uganda.

In August 2016, MTN Uganda in partnership with Commercial Bank of Africa (Uganda) introduced a new product that allows customers to save money and access microloan products, using their cell phone. The product, called MoKashis available on personal accounts and on accounts for small and medium-sized enterprises.