The development of Leviathan, which is scheduled to take about three years, constitutes both the largest energy project and financial investment in Israel in the country’s history.
Gas is expected to flow from the Leviathan reservoir to Israel’s shores by the end of 2019. The reservoir, located about 130 km. west of Haifa, will not only boost domestic gas supplies, but will also likely serve as an export outlet for Israel’s immediate neighbors and the wider Mediterranean region.
Houston-based Noble Energy holds a 39.66% share of the Leviathan reservoir, while the Delek Group’s subsidiaries Delek Drilling and Avner Oil Exploration each have 22.67% and Ratio Oil Exploration has 15%.
Source de l’information
The Jerusalem Post
Article: $3.75 billion investment in Israel’s Leviathan gas reservoir a blow to BDS.
Sujet et source de l’image
Sujet de l’image: Champs pétroliers et gaziers du Levant.
Source de l’image : Wikimedia Commons.
Liens externes utiles
Article complémentaire du Jerusalem Post : Leviathan Partners submit natural gas plan aiming for 2019.
Page Wikipédia du champ gazier Leviathan.