Russia’s growing presence in the Middle East includes economic interests like energy and arms. Israel should tread carefully as the new era evolves
Gai Berkovich, the development director for the Google-owned company in Israel, tells Haaretz how the new carpool service wants to eliminate traffic, not fight it
Flow of Natural Gas, Used to Generate Half of Israel's Electrical Power, Halted Following Pipeline Fault
Repairs will be completed only Thursday, putting pressure on Israel’s power supply, possible shortages
Justices rule class actions against government companies are permissible, so badly paved roads are now also actionable
But Bloomberg reports Shell is in early talks to buy Israeli natural gas for its Egyptian LNG plant
But final award to operate Red Line hinges on antitrust approval
Justices signal that workers at state-owned monopolies can no longer strike in order to block industry reforms being undertaken by the government
The most problematic parts of the proposed Green Line – a project that could cost as much as $1.4 billion – are said to be the ones that reach Mount Scopus and Gilo
State-owned utility’s union staged flashy staff event as labor action forces company to borrow money
Judges angrily side with utility’s workers striking over reform of the electricity sector and state is fighting back
Energy officials put on brave face and extended deadline for proposals for a second time
Greek company aims to make final investment decision by end of 2017 and start pumping gas in 2020
Transportation and Finance ministries do an about-face and promise unions unneeded work at a cost to taxpayers of up to $600 million
Tender for new airport taxi service falls apart, but path cleared for all taxis to vie for travelers at Israel's Ben-Gurion International Airport
The campaign is designed to encourage Israeli industry to use natural gas and thus reduce costs and air pollution, the ministry says
In a report this week, the State Comptroller puts the excess cost Israelis are paying for natural gas from the offshore Tamar field at as much as $2.3 billion over 17 years
Ashdod plant plagued by delays and technical problems, leaving state-owned company’s subsidiary unable to repay debt
Port charges extra 40% to load and unload goods on Shabbat - even when the work only starts the next day
Taxi firm could end up paying state more, not less, under changed terms
Deal would be first for energy company not part of the gas cartel.
But doctors captured nine of top 10 places and outsized pay was common at many other institutions as well
Teva executives among Israel’s highest-paid, but S&P keeps Teva at BBB, negative outlook | Haifa Chemicals asks to swap judge hearing ammonia appeal, says can’t supply solar field component.
The commission ruled that the company had exploited its monopoly to harm firms that switched to other power providers.
Surprise decision setting ceiling on transformer usage comes days before new tender for renewable power contracts.
The field's partners pivoted to the domestic market in response to market shifts, but the government is stuck in 2015 with outdated regulations - and the public will pay the price.
Energean sells 50% stake in Karish and Tanin fields to London-based private equity fund Kerogene Capital; Noble looking to sell 7.5% of Tamar.
Details of a letter to Amman, signed by Netanyahu and Energy Minister Steinitz, were obtained by Haaretz after the government refused to confirm it even exists.
Poor response leads Energy Ministry to extend application deadline by two months, to July.
Greek company proposes bargain rate to secure key contract for its Karish and Tanin fields in Israel, which it purchased last year.
Half that electricity was produced by the IEC, while the remainder was supplied by private power plants.