Israeli gas to Egypt, a compelling solution

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14 August 2014

Israeli gas to Egypt, a compelling solution

Report summary

The partners in Israel's Tamar and Leviathan gas fields have signed Letters of Intent with Union Fenosa Gas (UFG) and BG for the import of Israeli gas to supply Egypt's LNG export facilities. Despite the apparent paradox of Egypt, an increasingly import dependent country, seeking to export more gas, we believe there are compelling commercial drivers for all stakeholders. But for UFG and BG, do the rewards of further investment in Egypt and the purchase of Israeli gas, outweigh the risks?

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
    • Egypt's domestic market is becoming import dependent...
    • ...but is considering importing Israeli gas to export as LNG
    • Israeli Drivers
    • LNG Corporate Drivers
    • Egyptian government drivers
    • Do the rewards outweigh the risks?
  • Appendix

Tables and charts

This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Israel to Egypt existing and planned infrastructure
  • Egypt Gas Import Forecast
  • Israel to Egypt LNG - Pipeline Investment Spread
  • Payback Period for Pipeline Investment

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