A new industry gets its own dictionary

Delek released "The Delek Dictionary," a limited issue English-Hebrew dictionary on the energy industry.

By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
January 20, 2011 18:35
3 minute read.
The Delek dictionary on energy.

Delek dictionary 521. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The natural gas industry has skyrocketed over the last decade and looks to soar ever higher into the future. As part of its 60th anniversary celebrations, Delek released The Delek Dictionary, a limited issue English-Hebrew dictionary of more than 4,000 entries relating to the energy industry designed to be an educational resource for analysts, journalists and students.

The limited print run of 1,400 copies will not be sold in stores. The first copy was given to President Shimon Peres by Delek chairman Yitzhak Tshuva last month. Industry CEOs, analysts, journalists and universities have all received copies. Investors will receive copies soon, and Delek is in negotiations with the Education Ministry to donate copies to every secondary school in the country, Dalia Black- Doobov, Delek Group vice president for investor relations and corporate communications and executive producer of the dictionary, told The Jerusalem Post.

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