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Leviathan is Israel’s largest energy project to date and promises to both boost domestic energy supplies
Reduced usage of artificial lighting, bacteria prevention in pipelines using shark skin imitations, energy converters: oh my!
The production capacity was 1,326 megawatts, accounting for 19.3% of the total energy production.
Freeman spoke with the Post at the Universal Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition in Tel Aviv, where industry leaders from around the world gathered to discuss hydrocarbon opportunities in Israel.
By SHARON UDASIN
Large-scale farm projects slowly overcome bureaucratic hurdles
Registration for the new allocations is open to all entrepreneurs interested in building photovoltaic power plants.
"There is palpably renewed energy in our relationship, I mean that figuratively and literally," says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu alongside the president of Cyprus.
Request paves path for future US-Israel Center for dialogue and technology transfer in the energy sector.
The Histadrut Labor Federation backed the union, saying that the company could not be a revolving door for hiring and firing temporary, saying the practice was "exploitative."
By NIV ELIS
CEO frustrated that proposal for Shfela basin hydrocarbon exploration ‘deemed defective and non-comprehensive.’
Projects included replacing air conditioners, upgrading lighting systems and installing cold accumulation systems.
The strange-- and true-- stories from the world of Real Estate in Jerusalem.
By RAPHI BLOCH
Annual revenues from natural resource royalties are expected to climb to $2.1b. annually in 2020, four times as much as those in 2013.
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