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Voices from the Arab Press: A likely change in Turkish intentions

A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.

By THE MEDIA LINE
22/12/2021

Environmental Protection Ministry to block eightfold increase in oil through Red Sea

A deal that set out to increase the amount of crude oil being transported across Israel was fiercely protested by an abundance of scientists, residents and environmental organizations.

Winners and losers as energy minister halts gas exploration

Energy Minister Karin Elharrar's announcement that her ministry will not award licenses for natural gas exploration in Israel's Economic Zone in 2022 set off a storm. 

By GUY LIEBERMAN/GLOBES/TNS
17/12/2021

Israel's environment ministry blocks oil pipeline deal with UAE

"We blocked the entry of dozens of oil tankers into the Gulf of Eilat," Environmental Protection Minister Tamar Zandberg said in a statement.

By REUTERS
16/12/2021

Will Shell’s oil future outlast its ocean namesakes?

In the 1830s, a Jewish curio seller named Marcus Samuel began importing tropical seashells from the Far East. That's how Shell began.

By Cynthia Barnett/Los Angeles Times/TNS
14/12/2021

Black soldier fly larvae oil could improve colitis, Israel team finds

Black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) is considered one of the “superstars” of sustainable feed ingredients.

Oil pipeline explodes in Iranian village - report

The pipeline in southern Iran exploded due to old infrastructure and wear and tear. It is currently unknown whether there are any casualties.

17/11/2021

Israel's Energy Minister says UAE oil pipeline deal should be scrapped

Energy Minister Karin Elharrar said on Tuesday that the deal with partners from the UAE to transport oil from the Gulf to Europe via Israel should be canceled due to environmental concerns.

By REUTERS
16/11/2021

China, Saudi seek to block anti-fossil fuel language in UN climate deal

Saudi Arabia is a major crude producer and the de facto head of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.

By REUTERS
13/11/2021

Over 500 fossil fuel lobbyists attend COP26 despite feeling 'unwelcome'

The fossil fuel lobby has more representatives at COP26 than the combined total of eight delegations from countries affected the worst by climate change over the last 20 years.

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