Tag archive for ‘Antitrust Commissioner’
News Brief On Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

What Investors Need to Know About Israel’s Natural Gas Market

  Israel’s parliament on Monday approved a framework to regulate its natural gas industry, eight days after the discovery of a field in Egyptian waters damped expectations for regional exports. While More...

Lilach Weissman On Sunday, June 28th, 2015

Gov’t votes to bypass Antitrust Commissioner on gas

    At its weekly session this morning, the government decided that it would invoke the clause in the Restrictive Trade Practices Law allowing it to circumvent the opposition of the Antitrust Commissioner’s More...

Niva Goldberg On Thursday, June 25th, 2015

Natural Gas Plays Central Role in John Kerry’s Energy Plan; He held $1 million in Noble Energy stock

As Israel prepares to move forward with a compromise deal over its natural gas reserves, a website claims that U.S. Secratary of State Kerry held stocks in a key monopoly partner. Kerry had in the past pressured More...

Tibi Singer On Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

Gas Drillers Kill Palestinian $1.2 Billion Leviathan Gas Deal over Regulator’s Decree

Read also: Palestinians Call On Abbas To Kill Israeli Gas Deal, Saying It Will Cement A Future Without Statehood The mess created by Israeli government regulators on the local gas market is starting to take More...

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