Cooking Gas In Uganda: Brands, prices, refilling and where to buy


The Prices of Shell, Total, Kobil, Hashi, Oryx, Mpishi and Hass cooking gas in Uganda seem to keep rising steadily every year. Yet gas is one of the preferred means of energy especially among the middle class.

Choosing a gas brand can be quite daunting if you do not know what to consider. In this post we shall share with you a couple of things. Available brands on the market, prices of purchase and refilling, where to buy them among other things.

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We shall also share with you a gas comparison chart to help you compare prices of the different brands an what they offer.

Cooking Gas Brands In Uganda:

There are multiple brands and companies that supply Cooking gas in Uganda. Among them are Shell, Total, Kobil, Hashi, Oryx, Mpishi and Hass. Brands like Total and Shell have supplied homes with domestic gas for a very long time becoming household names while some players are relatively new to the Ugandan market like Hass, Mpishi, Oryx, Hashi, PET Gas, MOGAS LPG, Camel Gas, Lake Gas, WES Gas  Despite being relatively new, they have grown huge user bases and commercialized the use of gas.

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Cooking Gas Prices In Uganda: Full Kits And Refilling:

When buying a 6kg gas cylinder for the first time, One has to buy the cylinder with the gas in it, a burner plus a grill. If you are buying a bigger cylinder to use with your gas cooker, (Normally these are 12, 12.5, 13, and 15kg gas cylinders) you also have to buy the hose pipe and the regulator.

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Below is a list of Ugandan cooking gas prices whether you are buying a new kit or refilling your gas cylinder. In this list we are going to compare 6 brands and that is Total, Shell, Oryx, Mpishi, Hashi and K-Gas.

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2015 Q1 Uganda Gas Price Comparison Chart

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 Where To Buy Cooking Gas In Uganda:

Most of the brands used for domestic purposes are sold at the various petrol stations, supermarkets and by vendors. These particular petrol stations sell their own brands as mentioned above. Total, Shell, Oryx, Hashi, Kobil, Oil Libya and Hass.

READ MORE: Is cooking with gas really cheaper than electric cooking in Uganda?

Top Gas and Lubes Uganda is a company that sells all brands of Gas and accessories in Uganda. This saves consumers a lot of time moving from station to to station or supermarket. They have selling points at Tusky’s Ntinda (0705 555 375), Metroplex Naalya (0705 555 385) and Garden City(0705 555 381). You can call them for all inquiries.


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11 thoughts on “Cooking Gas In Uganda: Brands, prices, refilling and where to buy

      • Eriastaus, that is not right because WESGAS as a different delivery model. Did you call to find out from them how they put their product on the market? Your information for the customers is not updated.

          • Not easy to find and you think that’s not negative compaign? Of course I am free to seek a legal redress and I will inform you in the due course sir!

          • Again you have a golden opportunity to FREELY inform netizens of your product and your first instinct is to 1) throw false accusations that this blog is being paid by your competition and 2) threaten hard-working people who are genuinely providing the public with valuable, actionable information rarely available elsewhere offline or online other than this platform? Mr @wasirwa:disqus you’re definitely the first I’ve met with this kind of attitude.

        • SO Mr. Wasirwa, you have a platform to inform would-be clients about your product (and correct any misrepresentation) and the first thing you do is threaten a website mentioning your product free of charge. Do you honestly believe you have won over any hearts with your attitude? You should have better used this opportunity to explain your delivery model so everybody understands it.

          • I am Nomad, as a matter of fact, the customer asked the question and the response offered on the side of Eristaus was honestly negative. If Eristaus wanted to remain objective then he would have offered an objective answer but being subjective over something he doesn’t was not the right option of words on his end.
            I will appreciate if we admit the choice of words but if he continue using the same choice of words of course we shall have no option but seek legal advice.
            He will appreciate that such language might make me think that he has been paid a competition to give such a response on such a platform.

          • You are completely missing the point here. Eristaus did not call ‘the competition’ as called them to ask about their product. Why should he call WesGas? What he did was some field work the results of which he used to write this post. Will I find WesGas at a random Fuel Station if I went right now? Answer me that. And I believe you founded WesGas yourself. Why not enlighten us of your business model right here, right now? The time you take talking of legal redress over such a trivial matter is time you lose to promote your product and show the edge you have over the competition. Instead what readers of this post see is a PR disaster on your part.

        • Dear Mr Wasirwa, it is with dismay and much regret that I have been following your responses to the various comments. Just to let you know that I still have not seen nor do I know where to find this Wesgas. I therefore still do not know how much it costs nor does it come with its own regulator and hose? Worst of all, I STILL DO NOT KNOW THIS ‘DIFFERENT DELIVERY MODEL’!!!

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