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While the Jordanian government has portrayed the deal as good for Jordan economically, it has struck a nerve among the public.
About 4.75 billion cubic meters of gas were planned to be sold to fuel a future power plant in Jenin.
After months of negotiations, Woodside says that the parties failed to reach a commercially acceptable outcome.
“Leviathan is going to bring Israel into a new era."
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
Natural gas to replace more coal, leading to cleaner environment.
The Tamar offshore field supplies Israel with some 65 percent of its energy needs.
By MAX SCHINDLER
National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Minister Yuval Steinitz takes reporters to a drilling rig that’s moving Israel’s natural gas industry forward.
By SHARON UDASIN
Plan would nix separate marketing in Leviathan, require Delek’s exit from Tamar
Antitrust Authority, gas companies meet behind closed doors; S&P: Regulatory uncertainty could ultimately hurt country’s credit rating.
By SHARON UDASIN,NIV ELIS
Earlier this week, reports in Indian media said the state-owned company ONGC Videsh (OVL) had expressed interest in buying a stake in Leviathan.
Gas industry stakeholders appeal to PM to intervene, enable reservoir development.
Antitrust head refutes Energy Ministry criticism, says locals deserve competitive prices; Cukierman: some of the financiers are shocked.
Ministry warns that freezing development of natural gas reservoir could have serious geopolitical and fiscal implications on Israel.
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