Podcast: Why Israel's new gas prospect is a bombshell

Energy and environment reporter Sharon Udasin discusses the new gas find, Daniel.

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January 18, 2016 12:58

Podcast: Why Israel's new gas prospect is a bombshell

Podcast: Why Israel's new gas prospect is a bombshell

 
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For over a year there's been a very loud political conversation in Israel on how to regulate its two large natural gas reserves, Tamar and Leviathan. On Sunday, Israelis awoke to the prospect that a third reserve, Daniel, would enter the mix.

In a clip from this week's Frontlines Podcast, Energy and environment reporter Sharon Udasin explains what the new prospect could mean for Israel's gas market and how it will affect the controversial gas outline.

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