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Israel-Egypt gas deal gets a boost as shares soar

“The agreement is a further proof of the important economic cooperation between the two countries and the tremendous positive impact that these relations have on both economies."

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State to indict Manufacturers Association president for fraud

In an attempt to pay a lower tax rate for a sale they had made, Shraga Brosh attempted to falsify documents to have his company registered as a family company.

Twelve licenses approved for gas, oil exploration off Israel's coast

"This is another milestone for the discovery and development of additional natural resources in the economic waters of the State of Israel," said Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz.

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Flow of gas through Egypt-Israel pipeline delayed until mid-2019

The pipeline, in general, is already in good condition, but the Israeli and Egyptian gas companies found some missing and faulty components.

Israel's high-speed trains will race 100 mph along a network of eight bridges and six tunnels that c
Israel plagued by pollution, corruption

Israel's comptroller reported on the faulty infrastructure creating a threat through out the state.

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Israel's High Court lets price-hike suit proceed against natural gas companies

For the plaintiffs, a group of private Israeli citizens, the issue at hand is whether Israeli consumers, via the public Israel Electric Corporation, are paying too much.

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Natural gas flow to Israel resumes after crack in rig repaired

The Tamar offshore field supplies Israel with some 65 percent of its energy needs.

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Malfunction halts Israel's natural gas production

Natural gas production grinds to a stop after a crack was detected in the rig pipe on Thursday. Over half of Israel's power will be generated using coal for the next few days.

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Tamar owners approve $265 million to drill 6th gas well

Drilling will begin in 2016's last quarter and connect to the 282 billion-cubic-meter reservoir's infrastructure.

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Steinitz says Israel will soon find ‘as much as four Leviathans’ worth of gas in new fields

The next step, Steinitz said during a panel discussion, is to develop the natural gas market and integrate it into the larger geopolitical picture.

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