Jordan currently imports well over 90% of its domestic gas supplies. Security of supply has become a significant issue. The situation was exacerbated in 2014 when Egyptian gas imports came to a halt, five years ahead of the expiration of the 2004 gas supply agreement. Jordan has since signed an agreement to import gas from Israel, but this has been on hold due to regulatory issues. LNG imports started in 2015, with further expansion planned.Developing domestic gas would help Jordan reduce its dependency on imports.