Report summarySince 2009, giant deepwater gas discoveries have transformed Israel's energy sector. Tamar, at 10 tcf, was brought onstream in 2013 and is expected to meet the bulk of Israel's domestic demand for the coming years. Leviathan, discovered in 2010, is almost 22 tcf and is expected to be developed incrementally through the domestic Israeli market and exports. Subsequent smaller discoveries have increased resources to nearly 36 tcf. Due to the regulatory stalemate since 2014, exploration ...
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