Study commissioned two years ago sees wide-ranging impact on Israel in the worst-case scenarios.
Arrangements Bill to include clauses on banking competition, property, cutting red tape.
Economist Eugene Kandel was point man on natural gas policy in recent months, placing him firmly in the public eye.
Prime minister was keen to implement three-year budget, but finance minister and his staff oppose such a plan.
Security cabinet meeting ends without approving compromise with Delek Group and Nobel Energy by asserting the deal is a security issue.
Central bank to hold monetary briefings; Treasury takes steps to help pension savers; biomed stocks lead losses in heavy trading.
Hedva Ber assumes office as government vows to increase competition.
Moshe Kahlon comes under fire for accumulating too much planning power in his hands.
Figure comes two days after government reports unexpectedly high 0.6% increase in consumer prices.
Treasury officials expect to surpass revenue forecasts by more than 12 billion shekels for the whole of 2015.