Positive Developments on a Lebanese Demarcation Deal with Israel
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Positive Developments on a Lebanese Demarcation Deal with Israel

Israel gave its preliminary nod on Sunday to a draft U.S.-brokered deal demarcating a maritime border with Lebanon that may lead to a solution in a disputed maritime…

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Israeli Prime minister faction promoting the resolution of unresolved borders issues with Cyprus and Lebanon before November elections
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Israeli Prime minister faction promoting the resolution of unresolved borders issues with Cyprus and Lebanon before November elections

The energy ministers of Cyprus and Israel said on Monday they were seeking a swift settlement to the dispute over the Aphrodite gas reservoir, amid assumptions that Israel…

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East Mediterranean put on the World Map for Supply of Gas
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East Mediterranean put on the World Map for Supply of Gas

The Ukrainian-Russian crises created an unexpected opportunity to the East Mediterranean to supply Europe with gas and LNG. The high gas prices in Europe, makes the gas of…

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Eni looks to establish 10 GW of solar & wind projects in Egypt, boost gas exports to Europe
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Eni looks to establish 10 GW of solar & wind projects in Egypt, boost gas exports to Europe

Eni to go big on Egypt’s renewable energy sector? Eni could establish 10 GW of renewable energy projects in Egypt “in the forthcoming years,” the Italian energy giant said…

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An assessment of the new Cyprus gas discovery
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An assessment of the new Cyprus gas discovery

With the world gripped by an ever-deteriorating energy crisis, with gas supplies and prices playing a central role, the discovery of a new gas field offshore Cyprus by…

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‘2.5 TCF’ gas discovery in Cyprus’ block 6 
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‘2.5 TCF’ gas discovery in Cyprus’ block 6 

Italian oil major Eni announced on Monday that it has made a significant gas discovery in the Cronos-1 well, located about 160 kilometres off the coast of Cyprus…

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Cyprus-Chevron’s Aphrodite tactics irk Israel
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Cyprus-Chevron’s Aphrodite tactics irk Israel

Eyebrows raised in Israel as Nicosia moves forward with gas development plans as dispute remains after 10 years unresolved A gas field dispute between Cyprus and Israel over…

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Cyprus Gas Discoveries Boosted by EU’s Shift From Russia Supplies
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Cyprus Gas Discoveries Boosted by EU’s Shift From Russia Supplies

Gas output from Aphrodite field seen in 2027, minister says Surveys of other offshore blocks expected in coming months The European Union’s drive to slash reliance on Russian…

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Egypt, Germany to Boost Cooperation in LNG, Green Hydrogen, Clean Energy
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Egypt, Germany to Boost Cooperation in LNG, Green Hydrogen, Clean Energy

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has met Germany’s Chancellor Olaf Scholz to discuss boosting bilateral cooperation, especially in liquefied natural gas (LNG), green hydrogen and clean energy. During the meeting, Scholz…

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EU-Egypt-Israel MoU: Where does it leave Cyprus?
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EU-Egypt-Israel MoU: Where does it leave Cyprus?

The MoU favors existing facilities, such as Israel’s Leviathan gasfield, and installations, such as Egypt’s two liquefaction plants at Idku and Damietta. It encourages Israel and the Leviathan…

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