December 2018, Vol. 245, No. 12

Features

Tunisia Pushes Forward with New Pipeline

By Shem Oirere Tunisia is positioning itself to be North Africa’s next gas producing and processing hub as the country anticipates the soon-to-be completion and commissioning of the 230-mile (370-km) Southern Tunisian Gas Pipeline (STGP) project by national oil company Entreprise Tunisienne d’Activités Pétrolières (ETAP). Tunisia’s Nawara pipeline project. (photo: Enereco) This drive by Tunisia, which gets nearly 90% of its energy needs from gas-fired power stations and imports about 50% of its natural gas requirements, to increase its ability to produce and treat natural gas, especially from the Nawara fields located 31-mile (50-km) s

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