Kenya is blessed with a vast array of buried wealth whose proper exploitation would greatly transform the economy. Most parts of the country are represented in the precious resources map, with far-flung and largely under-developed areas like Turkana and Garissa possessing proven deposits of mineral resources. Oil and natural gas, though not classified as minerals, are believed to be present in several parts of Kenya owing to proven hydrocarbon-rich belts. Sources at the Ministry of Energy intimate that the discovery of oil and natural gas in Isiolo, Kwale and Lamu is imminent. Here are the main areas where trillions worth of wealth lie buried, waiting for the right policies and investments for their exploitation.