Israel reports higher than expected gas reserves

04/06/2010 12:54 Natural Gas

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Israel might become a gas exporter in the coming years, as gas reserves found on Israel Mediterranean coast are 15% higher than expected.

Noble consortium declared its estimations for Tamar field to be up to 238 million cubic meters (mcm), the largest gas field in the world in 2009. Noble reported it will start exploitation on Leviathan prospect the fourth quarter this year. Leviathan has gas reserves estimated at 453 bcf. The Tamar’s first production is scheduled this year at initial investment of $2.8 billion. There are rumors than there are signs of oil under natural gas field.

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