This report assesses the potential economic impact of unconventional oil and gas exploration in Tunisia. Besides quantifying the value created across a series of standard metrics (such as contribution to GDP, jobs etc) the study also assesses the impact on Tunisia’s energy market in terms of its contribution to the energy production balance. Further catalytic benefits such as knowledge spillovers and cost reductions to oil and gas-intensive sections of industry are analysed qualitatively together with potential regional effects.
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