Egypt Nature Gas

The Leviathan gas field found in 2010 off Israel’s Mediterranean coast was the largest gas field in the Middle East. The planned export would potentially change the future of Israel’s foreign relations, especially with Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, and the Palestinians, thus allowing Israel to become an energy player in a region that was dominated by its neighbors.

Although the development of the Leviathan gas field has had its setbacks, the new find off Egypt’s coast by Eni SpA, called the Zohr gas field, has put a wrench in the plan altogether.

The setback of the Leviathan development now faces challenges beyond the Knesset. What does this mean for Israel’s future relations with its neighbors? Only time will tell. But, this could potentially cause dramatic affects across the region.

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The Leviathan gas field found in 2010 off Israel's Mediterranean coast was the largest gas field in the Middle East. The planned export would potentially change the future of Israel's foreign relations, especially with Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, and the Palestinians, thus allowing Israel to become an energy player in...