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Yitzhak Tshuva Photo: Tamar Matsafi Delek weighs up buying Egyptian LNG plant stake

Delek is mulling acquiring a stake in Shell's Idku facility or Union Fenosa's Damietta LNG facility, reports "Bloomberg."

Leviathan gas field Photo: Noble Energy Delek Drilling mulls expanding Leviathan production capacity

The Leviathan partners will try to increase production capacity in the first stage to 16 BCM a year by adding production wells and a third pipeline.

Natural gas line launch Photo: Shay Shaviro Natural gas pipeline to Jerusalem completed

The 18-inch-diameter, 34-kilometer-long pipeline cost NIS 290 million to build.

Yitzhak Tshuva Photo: Tamar Matsafi Ahead of London IPO, Delek Drilling buys 3 Israeli licenses

Two of the licenses are land oil exploration licenses and the third is the Roei offshore gas exploration license.

Niv Sever Photo: Eyal Izhar "Gov't said get lost to our offer to buy Dorad stake"

Edeltech EVP Niv Sever says the government isn't serious in its electricity reform as shown by its behavior towards Edeltech, its partner in Israel's largest private power plant.

Electric vehicle charging Photo: Reuters 32 Israeli cities seek gov't support for electric car charging points

The Energy Ministry's total budget for subsidizing charging stations in Israel for electric cars is NIS 30 million.

Tamar Gas exports to Egypt to be delayed 3 months - report

The flow of gas from Israel to Egypt under a $15 billion deal had been planned to start this month but has been delayed due to a pipeline fault, "Bloomberg" reports.

Yossi Abu  photo: Shlomi Yosef Delek Drilling to split into two

The rights to the Leviathan natural gas reservoir will be transferred to a foreign company to be listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Christian Kern Photo: Wikipedia FSIGHT developing smart energy grid on Israeli kibbutz

Ma'ale Gilboa is hosting a pilot by an Israeli-Austrian startup, chaired by the former Austrian chancellor Christian Kern.

Eitan Sheshinski Sheshinski: Gas tax producing huge revenues

The head of the Sheshinski Committee asserts that the tax instituted in 2011 has dramatically increased the government take from Israel's natural gas reservoirs.

Tamar Tamar partners haven't paid a single shekel tax on profits

The unclear formula for calculating the tax and loopholes leave room for tax planning, explains Avishai Ovadia.

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