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Israel mulls future gas strategy

Supply and demand scenarios underpin recommendations on the fate of as-yet-undiscovered gasfields

Israel's future gas supply and export strategy could shift as a result of an inter-ministerial team's estimates on demand and supply up to 2042. A committee led by Udi Adiri, director general of the Ministry of Energy, has published findings of a months-long study on the Israeli gas market. It is drawn from data generated in the past five years since the Tamar field (with estimated reserves of 10 trillion cf) came on line. Previous recommendations, such as the Zemach committee's report in 2013, were drawn from estimates using only previously discovered fields. Two facts stand out from the Adiri committee's findings: the first is that Israel has consumed less gas than was forecast: 43 bn c



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