The Eastern Mediterranean has enjoyed tremendous exploration success in the last decade. Most of the resource discovered is natural gas. Egypt, with a hungry domestic natural gas market has had no problems in sanctioning huge discoveries such as the 22 tcf Zohr discovery. But, small domestic natural gas markets in Israel and Cyprus have resulted in projects struggling to monetise their resource. If Egypt's exploration success continues, and new domestic supply keeps entering the Egyptian market, where will Eastern Mediterranean gas go? We look at alternative routes to Europe and Turkey, and assess if Eastern Mediterranean gas can compete with alternative sources of supply into these markets.