Tagged With Israel
Lebanon's muted celebrations
17 March 2017
IOCs' wariness takes the shine off Lebanon's first licensing round
Israeli gas plans move tentatively ahead
27 February 2017
Geopolitics could harm Leviathan export prospects just as the signs are looking good
Hiatus mode
6 December 2016
The East Mediterranean needs buyers for its gas – not easy when prices are expected to stay low
Strangled development in Gaza and Lebanon
3 October 2016
Lebanon and Gaza both hold commercial quantities of hydrocarbons. But regional politics are still stifling progress
Israel's time to deliver
3 October 2016
Israel may at last start to put its plentiful offshore gas discoveries to use, domestically and regionally
Israel tries to rejuvenate its gas-export plans
7 September 2016
New upstream terms will perk up interest in the upstream, thinks the government. But has Israel missed its chance?
Israel’s offshore open for business
2 September 2016
The eastern Mediterranean basin could replace depleting North Sea reserves on international markets, Israel’s energy minister tells Petroleum Economist. But it may struggle to find markets for its gas
Missing the boat
4 April 2016
From Cyprus to the Niger Delta, developers hope to add lucrative new LNG capacity. The timing is bad
Uncertainty surrounding Israel's upstream activity
21 September 2015
Israel has sought to end years of upstream uncertainty, introducing new regulations for the development of offshore reserves, but obstacles remain
Israel heads for pipelines instead of LNG hub
10 June 2014
Investment plans scrapped and domestic opposition to a land based hub means Israel will focus on a regional pipeline network
Politics bedevils East Mediterranean gas ambitions
14 August 2013
Gas discoveries have added fuel to the fire of regional tensions in the Levant
Israel grants US Genie exploration rights in Golan Heights
19 April 2013
The award raised little protest in Syria, which is enmeshed in a bitter and protracted civil war. But, as Conal Urquhart discovers, Tel Aviv's decision may have far-reaching consequences
East Mediterranean’s new play gets hotter
4 April 2012
Israel’s burgeoning gas reserves could transform a region
Israel oil-shale plans take shape
4 January 2012
Israel Energy Initiatives (IEI), which wants to produce shale oil in Israel’s Valley of Elah, has submitted an updated assessment to the government that it hopes will assuage environmental concerns
Israel’s plan to wean the world off oil with technology
7 July 2011
The Israeli government hopes technology will green the country – and weaken its oil-rich neighbours
Israel drills for energy security amid political troubles
1 July 2011
Politics and geology are aligning to speed development of Israel’s new natural gas wealth
Ghana's Jubilee lights the way for exploration hot-spots
27 January 2011
Strong oil prices in the past decade have opened new oil and gas territories around the world, all offering unique opportunities and hurdles
Israel a new target for shale gas
13 January 2011
Adira Energy assessing “significant” onshore shale-gas potential
Genie targets Israeli oil-shale potential
2 December 2010
300bn barrels of oil-shale potential in Israel; environmental and geological obstacles to development