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Paz Photo: Eli Yahav Paz to sell gas station real estate rights worth NIS 1.5b

Paz has benefited from the increase in land prices in recent years.

Mathios Rigas Photo: PR Clal Insurance buys 10% stake in Energean IPO

Clal Insurance invested more than $100 million in the London IPO and has become the Greek energy company's third largest shareholder.

Mathios Rigas Photo: PR Energean raises $460m in London IPO to develop Israeli gas fields

The Greek energy company has said that it will consider dual listing on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE).

Moshe Gafni, photo: Eyal Yitzhar Knesset C'tee approves "green tax" to boost gas use

Reimbursement for excise tax on diesel fuel will be eliminated.

Leviathan drilling photo: Channel 10 "Gas deal with Egypt will improve regional stability"

Israel Institute for National Security Studies researchers found that the new deal with Egypt has great strategic value for Israel.

Wind farm Photo: Shutterstock Enlight buys rights to Kosovo wind farm project

Enlight will gradually acquire ownership of the company owning the rights in the project.

gas rig  picture: thinkstock Ishai license holders warn on gas extraction from Aphrodite

Israel Opportunity chairman Rony Halman: Further development of the Aphrodite reservoir that ignores Israel's rights will represent a dangerous precedent.

Tamar Photo: Ben Yoster Tamar Petroleum, Amidar secure NIS 3b in debt offerings

Tamar Petroleum raised $560 million to cover payment to Noble Energy for rights in the Tamar gas reservoir.  

Leviathan gas field Photo: Noble Energy Shell seeks to buy Leviathan, Aphrodite gas - report

According to Bloomberg, Shell is in talks to buy 10 BCM annually from the Israeli and Cypriot reservoirs.

Amir Witkon Photo: Rotem Shavit What are the chances of EMG getting $1b compensation?

"If EMG locates assets belonging to the gas companies that are not in Egypt, the chances of the award being implemented will increase significantly," says Adv. Amir Witkon.

Benjamin Netanyahu  photo: Reuters Netanyahu may scupper agreed power industry reform

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is believed to prefer tearing up the agreement reached with Israel Electric Corporation workers and pressing for a court ruling limiting their right to strike. 

Vivien Foster Photo: PR World Bank: Palestinian electricity grid to cost $3b

Talks on separating the Palestinian electricity grid from Israel are making progress says the World Bank's Vivien Foster.

Wind farm photo: Orly Ginnosar Galilee residents fear wind farms will dwarf landscape

Power plants and renewable energy farms are replacing agriculture throughout Israel.

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