Tunisia aims to export up to 900 mm cm of LNG

Jul 10, 2002 02:00 AM

In a bid to attract foreign investment in its energy sector; Tunisia aims to export up to 900 mm cm of LNG within the next two years. The North African state has the capacity to consistently export supplies of between 450 mm cm to 900 mm cmpy.

Tunisia hopes that its exports to Europe would attract foreign investors to explore for oil and minerals. With proven natural gas reserves stood at around 37 mm cm, Tunisia bets on the possibility of building a third pipeline to export natural gas, which is estimated at $ 600 mm.

Source: Arabfinance
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