North Africans think again about ways of building much-needed power capacity

Issue 163 - 23 May 2009
Tunisia has a big new nuclear co-operation agreement with France, but its medium-term strategy still hinges on developing combined cycle plants that tap gas fields now under development. The Moroccan government is also pushing private investment, hoping potential gas finds will feed into power projects. Senior officials from both countries talked to African Energy about their shifting attitudes to investment.

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