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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.
The initial period of negotiations was only supposed to last five months, but the partners said that they needed an extension.
Industry ‘has been driver for normalization of Turkish-Israel relationships,’ says Gürkan Kumbaroglu.
Herzog pledges to bring matter to High Court of Justice.
By SHARON UDASIN
"There is palpably renewed energy in our relationship, I mean that figuratively and literally," says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu alongside the president of Cyprus.
"If the government thinks it can approve the gas deal far from the public's eye in a closed cabinet meeting, it is mistaken."
By LAHAV HARKOV
While the Ruth C license zone – located off the coast of Haifa,has yet to be explored, Noble Energy was authorized to act as the basin's operator during forthcoming.
In an approximately NIS 4.8 billion ($1.2b.) deal, the 282-billion cubic meter Tamar reservoir will be supplying gas to the Egyptian firm Dolphinus Holdings Limited for seven years.
Israel Antitrust Commissioner David Gilo says he will reconsider whether Delek and Nobel's presence in Israel's Mediterranean gas sector constitutes an illegal "restrictive arrangement."
Outline presented to gas companies calls for separate marketing of Leviathan basin gas.
Outline presented to Noble Energy aimed at putting an end to nearly two-month-long situation in which the reservoir partners and the Israel Antitrust Authority have been butting heads.
Noble Energy, Delek Group representatives in Egypt for export talks
Natural gas from Israel to Jordan
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