Israel’s NatGas Exports to Egypt from Leviathan Could Start in June From the Jerusalem Post Israeli energy company Delek Drilling expects to commence commercial gas exports to Egypt by the end of the month, according to a senior company official. “We are continuing the technical testing of the pipeline as planned, and hope we will be able to deliver natural gas commercially to Egypt by the end of June,” deputy chief executive Yossi Gvura told Reuters on Sunday. In February 2018, Delek Drilling and Houston-based Noble Energy Inc. signed a $15 billion decade-long deal to supply 64 billion cubic meters of natural gas to Egypt from the Tamar and Leviathan gas fields, located off Israel. Also last year, the companies and Egyptian partner East Gas agreed to acquire a 39% stake in East Mediterranean Gas S.A.E., owners of the dormant 90 km.-long EMG gas pipeline connecting the Israeli gas […]