Israel’s hard sell to Europe

By The Wildcat 7 April 2017
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Israel’s plans would put it in competition with GreenStream supplies from Algeria. (Eni) Israel’s plans would put it in competition with GreenStream supplies from Algeria. (Eni)

Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz appears to be growing impatient in his efforts to stimulate gas exports from the Levantine basin. 

Having waved through controversial legislation to kickstart development of the giant Leviathan field in 2015, Steinitz’s plans received a boost in February this year when the Leviathan partners took an FID. 

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