The only success of the 2011 ‘Arab Spring’, for Tunisia ‘success’ is relative. The economy has stagnated and political instability remains. Weak ‘consensus’ governments have failed to take tough economic decisions needed to strengthen the economy. Coupled with the effect of lower oil prices since late-2014, investment in the oil and gas sector has slumped. Making ‘success’ sustainable is a long-term project.
|Crude Output||35||'000 b/d|
|Oil Rig Count||2||-|
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Almost all Tunisian powergen is gas-fired, with the start-up of new capacity last summer easing shortages. Renewables are advancing, but slowly.
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