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  • JERUSALEM, Dec 24- Israel's government has given the go ahead to begin exporting natural gas to Egypt, signalling a potential improvement in relations between two countries which have been at loggerheads over energy supplies. Israel will be able to sell 5 billion cubic meters of gas to Egypt in the coming seven years from the Tamar site off its Mediterranean...

  • JERUSALEM, Dec 17- After years of political infighting, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed a deal on Thursday giving long-awaited approval for the development of the Leviathan natural gas field off Israel's coast. But if and when the field actually gets developed is now in the hands of Israel's Supreme Court. As part of the deal, Texas- based Noble...

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  • Nov 19- Noble Midstream Partners LP, a wholly owned unit of Noble Energy Inc, said it postponed its planned IPO amid a slump in oil prices. The company filed for an initial public offering on Oct. 22. Noble Midstream will continue to evaluate the timing for the proposed offering as market conditions develop, the company said.

  • Nov 2- U.S. oil and gas producer Noble Energy Inc said on Monday it would make a final investment decision on two large gas fields in Israel in about a year's time, a day after the country's prime minister promised to fast-track the projects. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday he would take control of the economy ministry- after a minister who had been...

  • Nov 2- Oil and gas producer Noble Energy Inc, which acquired Rosetta Resources in a $2 billion deal earlier this year, raised its sales forecast for the current quarter, while cutting its 2015 capital budget by $100 million. Noble, which operates in the U.S. shale fields and offshore Gulf of Mexico, Eastern Mediterranean and West Africa, said it now plans to spend less...

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