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An Israel-Lebanon border deal could increase natural gas supplies

By Clifford Krauss

27 Sep 2022 · 4 min read

Israel and Lebanon are technically at war, but are set to strike a deal to increase natural gas production in the Mediterranean. The NYT reports on how this could become a major new source for Europe.

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Israel and Lebanon have technically been at war since 1948, but the countries are close to an agreement that could increase production of natural gas, helping energy-starved Europe.

Officials from the two countries have said they are close to resolving long-running disputes over their maritime borders, which would allow energy companies to extract more fossil fuels from fields in the Mediterranean Sea.

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