Tunisia - Maps

African Energy Atlas 2014, 7 January, 2015

Tunisia's hydrocarbons infrastructure

This map provides an overview of oil and gas exploration and production in Tunisia. Open and licensed acreage is shown, with block operators and the locations of gas and oil fields marked. Details include associated downstream infrastructure including pipelines, oil refineries and the location of tanker terminals. The map is a pdf file. The images are made using eps graphics, which do not lose resolution as they are enlarged.

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African Energy Atlas 2014, 30 November, 2014

Tunisia's power sector infrastructure

Revised November 2014, this map provides an overview of the power generation and transmission infrastructure in Tunisia. Actual and planned transmission lines are marked ranging from 150kV to 400kV lines. Generation projects (existing and planned) include hydroelectric, thermal, solar, wind and biomass sites. Cross border interconnections to Libya, Algeria and Sicily are marked. The map is a pdf file. The images are made using eps graphics, which don't lose resolution as they are enlarged.

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, 12 April, 2013

Tunisia’s oil and gas infrastructure

Revised April 2013, this map provides an overview of Tunisia's hydrocarbons infrastructure. Oil and gas fields are marked, with block operators named and open acreage shown. Associated downstream infrastructure is also shown including oil and gas pipelines, oil refineries, tanker terminals, LNG liquefaction plants and export terminals, and gas processing plants. The map is a pdf file. The images are made using eps graphics, which don't lose resolution as they are enlarged.

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Issue 271, 13 February, 2014

Tunisia's electricity infrastructure map

Revised, February 2014, this map provides an overview of Tunisia's electricity supply infrastructure. Actual and planned projects are shown across the generation mix, including thermal, gas, solar, wind, hydroelectric and biomass sites. Existing and planned transmission lines are marked, ranging from 90kV to400kV. Cross-border interconnections to Algeria, Libya and Sicily are marked.

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Issue 238, 6 September, 2012

Tunisia’s oil & gas exploration acreage and production infrastructure

Revised September 2012, this map provides a detailed overview of Tunisia's oil and gas exploration and production infrastructure. Open and licensed acreage is shown, with major fields marked. Block operators are listed. The map also shows associated downstream infrastructure, including pipelines, gas processing plants and oil refineries.

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Issue 232, 31 May, 2012

Algeria, Tunisia and Libya: Existing and proposed refining capacity

First published in May 2012, this map takes a close look at the refining infrastructure of Algeria, Tunisia and Libya. Detail includes text panels showing existing and proposed refineries for each country.

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African Energy Atlas 2012, 5 April, 2012

Existing and planned oil refineries, GTL and CTL plants

Published in April 2012 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2012, this map illustrates Africa's refining infrastructure, showing the location of operational, planned and closed facilities. Country by country entries provide detail of downstream facilities, including project name, status, refining capacity and operator name.

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African Energy Atlas 2012, 5 April, 2012

Tunisia's hydrocarbons infrastructure

Published in April 2012 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2012, this map provides a detailed overview of Tunisia's hydrocarbons sector. Open and licensed acreage is shown alongside associated downstream infrastructure including pipelines, refineries, tanker terminals, gas processing plants and LNG liquefaction facilities. Detail includes a list of blocks and operator names for prospecting and exploration permits.

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African Energy Atlas 2012, 5 April, 2012

The increasingly integrated Mediterranean Basin: An overview of energy industries where Europe meets Africa

Published in April 2012 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2012, this map provides a detailed overview of energy infrastructure across North Africa, illustrating energy interconnections between Africa and Europe and between the countries of North Africa. Detail includes actual and planned major oil and gas pipelines and export routes, refineries, oil tanker terminals, and LNG import and export facilities. Major oil and gas producing areas are marked. An inset map shows the Eltam electricity interconnection project.

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African Energy Atlas 2012, 5 April, 2012

North African renewable energy and nuclear projects

Published in April 2012 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2012, this map provides an overview of renewables schemes across North Africa. The location of major hydroelectric, wind, solar and biofuels projects are shown. Text boxes provide summaries of projects in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt, international initiatives and regional interest in nuclear power

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African Energy Atlas 2012, 5 April, 2012

Tunisia's power sector infrastructure

Published in April 2012 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2012, this map shows actual and planned power generation and transmission projects in Tunisia. The country's generation types are clearly marked including gas-fired, solar, wind, hydroelectric and combined cycle plants.

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Atlas 2011, 1 January, 2011

The increasingly integrated Mediterranean Basin: An overview of energy industries where Europe meets Africa

Published in January 2011 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2011, this map provides a detailed overview of energy infrastructure across North Africa, illustrating energy interconnections between Africa and Europe and between the countries of North Africa. Detail includes actual and planned major oil and gas pipelines and export routes, refineries, oil tanker terminals, and LNG import and export facilities. Major oil and gas producing areas are marked. An inset map shows the Eltam electricity interconnection project.

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Atlas 2011, 1 January, 2011

North African renewables and nuclear projects

Published in January 2011 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2011, this map provides an overview of renewables schemes across North Africa. The location of major hydroelectric, wind, solar and biofuels projects are shown. Text boxes provide summaries of projects in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt and regional interest in nuclear power

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Atlas 2011, 1 January, 2011

Existing and planned oil refineries, GTL and CTL plants

Published in January 2011 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2011, this map illustrates Africa's refining infrastructure, showing the location of operational, planned and closed facilities. Country by country entries provide detail of downstream facilities, including project name, status, refining capacity and operator name.

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