Showing posts with label Leviathan field. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Leviathan field. Show all posts

Monday, March 28, 2016

Israel's Supreme Court rejects gov't's gas deal

Israel's Supreme Court rejected a controversial deal Sunday denying a U.S.-Israeli consortium from developing Israel's natural gas fields.

The deal which was signed last year, gives the Texas-based Noble Energy company and Israel-based Delek Group control over Israel's largest gas fields.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

EU, Israel discuss export of Israeli natural gas

The European Union's envoy to Israel met Wednesday with Israel's Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz to discuss possible exports of the country's newly found natural gas to Europe.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Israel: Gov't officials presenting outline to solve natural gas turmoil

Government officials have formulated an outline to solve the current natural gas stalemate, which has resulted in the freeze of the Leviathan reservoir's development, government sources told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday late afternoon.

Monday, November 03, 2014

ΥΠΕΚΑ: Συνάντηση Υπουργού ΠΕΚΑ, Γιάννη Μανιάτη, με την Πρέσβη του Ισραήλ στην Αθήνα, Irit Ben-Abba

ΥΠΕΚΑ, 03.11.14 :
Ο Υπουργός Περιβάλλοντος, Ενέργειας και Κλιματικής Αλλαγής, Γιάννης Μανιάτης, συναντήθηκε την Παρασκευή 31 Οκτωβρίου με την Πρέσβη του Ισραήλ στην Ελλάδα, Irit Ben-Abba, η οποία ανέλαβε τα καθήκοντά της τον περασμένο Αύγουστο.

Κατά την συζήτηση τέθηκαν επί τάπητος θέματα ενεργειακού ενδιαφέροντος. Η κ. Ben-Abba ενημέρωσε για τις τελευταίες εξελίξεις στο Ισραήλ κυρίως όσον αφορά στην εκμετάλλευση των κοιτασμάτων Ταμάρ και Λεβιάθαν.

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Israel signs 15-year natural gas deal with Jordan

REUTERS - Israel will sign a deal to supply natural gas from its Leviathan field to Jordan for 15 years, Israeli Energy Minister Silvan Shalom said on Wednesday.

Shalom said the agreement comes after many meetings with Jordanian officials but gave no other details.

An industry official who asked not to be identified said the deal was worth about $15 billion.

EL News