With limited domestic production, Jordan imports most of its gas. Supplies were previously delivered from Egypt, but these dropped off from 2011 before stopping entirely in 2014. Egypt's gas deficit has ceased exports from the country. This left Jordan reliant on expensive heavy fuel oil or diesel to generate power. In response, Jordan has installed a floating regas terminal near the city of Aqaba, which was completed in June 2015. It has also secured long term piped gas supplies with two deals with Israeli partners for gas from the Leviathan and Tamar gas fields.