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Lebanese gas is set to shake up the Middle East


Beirut, to exploit the new wealth, must find away to work with Cyprus, Egypt and Israel.

Beirut, to exploit the new wealth, must find away to work with Cyprus, Egypt and Israel.

As of 20 March – and after more than a year of destructive delay – Lebanon officially has a new Cabinet, which for foreign oil companies should mean that the legislation necessary for offshore oil and gas exploration in the highly prospective Levant Basin should finally get underway.

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