In 1962, the natural gas activity was limited to the exploitation of STEG's factory of El Omrane which ensured the supply of 25.000 customers of the town of Tunis with, only, manufactured gas. In 1962, the consumption did not exceed 6 Ktep.
In 1972, the gas network had known its first development by the recovery of the associated gas of El Borma, which allowed the installation of the LPG factory in Gabès used for the recovery of condensate.
In 1982, the gas network knew a larger expansion with the construction of the gas pipeline connecting Algeria to Europe via Tunisia . The mentioned gas pipeline was doubled in 1994. The same year, the field of Miskar entered in to service.