Steg looks for two new gas-fired units

Issue 158 - 06 Mar 2009 | 3 minute read
The authorities have invited expressions of interest from international companies for the construction and management of two gas-fired power stations with a maximum combined capacity of 950MW. The decision to move ahead with building new capacity has been facilitated by the success of exploration at the South Tunisian Gas Project (STGP),

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