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  • Oil represents about half of the country's GDP and almost all exportation income.
  • A new code for hydrocarbons was adopted in 2015. From now onwards, gas flaring is prohibited in Congo.
  • Total and Eni are the leading oil and natural gas producers.
  • Energie Electrique du Congo (E2C) is the national electricity company.
  • After a decline related to the maturity of some fields, oil production increased again in 2018 due to drilling at new oil fields.
  • The installed power capacity has doubled since 2010.
  • Final energy consumption has remained rather stable over the last five years.
  • Congo has an extensive hydropower potential, but most of it remains untapped. Several dams are planned, including the very controversial Sounda Gorge project (600 MW).


largest oil producer in Sub-Saharan Africa


electricity capacity between 2010 and 2019


of gas is re-injected or flared