Israel’s biggest natural gas field, Leviathan, is expected to begin production on Monday, the Israeli energy ministry said on Thursday, after a Jerusalem court rescinded an injunction that it had granted two days earlier over emissions concerns. The Jerusalem District Court granted on Tuesday a temporary injunction barring rig activity on the Leviathan field that entails the emission of gases. This has basically put the project on hold, but on Thursday, the same court lifted the injunction, saying that it dismisses the petition “with prejudice due to the absence of the required factual foundation,” one of the Leviathan project partners, Delek Drilling, said on Thursday. While it said that the petitioners failed to prove that emissions could be dangerous, the court left an additional hearing as a possibility. The Israeli Energy Ministry said on Thursday that the wells at the Leviathan gas field would open early on Monday local […]