Israeli gas field considers talks to lay pipeline to Turkey
Estimated $2 billion cost would make it far cheaper option than onshore liquefied natural gas facility in Cyprus.
The key stakeholders in Israel’s Leviathan offshore natural gas field are to discuss laying an undersea pipeline from the Mediterranean site to the southern Turkish coast, according to the Turkish daily Hurriyet.
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