Erdogan: there will be no gas in Cyprus without our involvement
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Erdogan: there will be no gas in Cyprus without our involvement

Turkey is determined to continue exploring for natural gas and oil in the eastern Mediterranean, the country’s president Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday, warning that consequences would befall…

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When Lebanon is going to drill its first offshore exploration well?
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When Lebanon is going to drill its first offshore exploration well?

Lebanon has high chances of making an offshore energy discovery once drilling gets underway in December and its second licensing round is receiving lots of interest, the minister…

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Cyprus: €1.1m in scholarships offered in energy studies
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Cyprus: €1.1m in scholarships offered in energy studies

THE ministry of energy, commerce and industry announced on Friday it is offering a total of €1.1m for scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, including PhDs, for studies…

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Zohr natural gas output increases 3 times to 11.3 bcm in H1 2019
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Zohr natural gas output increases 3 times to 11.3 bcm in H1 2019

Natural gas production at Zohr, the largest gas field in the Mediterranean Sea, more than tripled in the first half this year to reach 11.3 billion cubic metres…

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Will the LNG market in Egypt realise its potential in 2019?
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Will the LNG market in Egypt realise its potential in 2019?

After recently becoming a net exporter of LNG, Egypt is looking to take its natural gas market to new heights following a series of key discoveries. The LNG…

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Turkey Coercive and the International Law
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Turkey Coercive and the International Law

The recent Turkish offshore drilling in Cyprus has brought the limitations of international law and justice to the fore. The incident involve larger and militarily stronger nation imposing…

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Greece, Israel, US, Cyprus to boost energy cooperation
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Greece, Israel, US, Cyprus to boost energy cooperation

Greece, Israel and USA expressed their full support to Cyprus’ sovereign right to exploit its energy resources, during the First Energy Ministerial Conference, that took place on Wednesday…

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Energy officials from Greece, Cyprus, Israel and US meet today in Athens
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Energy officials from Greece, Cyprus, Israel and US meet today in Athens

Officials from Greece, Cyprus, Israel and the United States are meeting in Athens Wednesday to discuss energy issues. Environment and Energy Minister Kostis Hatzidakis, Cyprus’ Minister of Energy,…

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Israel Regulator Approves For Delek, Noble Acquisition Of Egyptian Pipeline
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Israel Regulator Approves For Delek, Noble Acquisition Of Egyptian Pipeline

Israel Competition Authority today authorized Noble Energy and Delek Group to acquire part of the natural gas pipeline between Israel and Egypt, which is owned by the East…

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Lebanon: ‘90 percent’ of maritime border negotiation conditions settled
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Lebanon: ‘90 percent’ of maritime border negotiation conditions settled

Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said in late July that most of the ground rules had been set for negotiations on the southern maritime border dispute with Israel, thereby…

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