Israeli Electric Companies May Have Clause to Keep Mum on Gas Prices

They’re going to be spending $5 billion a year for fuel from Tamar and Leviathan, but a contractual obligation may explain Israeli electric companies’ silence over regulatory policy

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Private Israeli electricity companies seemingly have had a clause in their contracts with the Tamar offshore gas partnership that they will not “work” to have price controls imposed on natural gas, TheMarker...