Jordanian Parliament bans government from buying gas from Israel


Jordan urgently adopts a bill that addresses the import of natural gas from Israel. The Jordanian press reports that the country's parliament unanimously voted for a complete ban on the supply of Israeli "blue fuel" - for the cancellation of the gas agreement.


Jordanian Speaker Atef Taraune called the bill "extraordinary." In a statement, the chairman of the Jordanian legislature noted that the government is now prohibited from carrying out gas purchases with Israeli suppliers.

The press service of the Jordanian Parliament:

If the government refuses to implement the law, the question of the resignation of the cabinet will be raised.

For the dismissal of the Cabinet, according to Jordanian laws, two-thirds of the deputy votes are required.

In Israel, meanwhile, they called the measures taken by the Jordanian parliament “beyond parliamentary authority”.

It is important to note that gas was delivered to Jordan from Israel by January 1 of the coming year. Then Benjamin Netanyahu called this agreement “historical».

Netanyahu:

Israel joined the club of energy exporting countries.

Now the “historical” event for Israel risks remaining exclusively on paper.

Recall that earlier Israel, Cyprus and Greece agreed on the possibility of building a gas pipeline through the Mediterranean Sea in southern Europe. Experts called this move an attempt to compete with the Turkish Stream gas pipeline.
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  1. Starover_Z 19 January 2020 15: 02 New
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    While the European Parliament is knocking out the gas monopoly from Gazprom, "their" people have earned in the south ?!
    1. Dmitry Donskoy 19 January 2020 15: 10 New
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      Not long on the lists of exporters were listed. lol
      1. Shurik70 19 January 2020 15: 15 New
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        Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
        Not long on the lists of exporters were listed. lol

        Jordan will not buy, there are other buyers. Only a little later. The same Ukraine will buy with pleasure. And the Americans will gladly lease their barges for transport.
        The question is what language the parliament of Jordan used to adopt such a law.
        And why should Israel indicate to the parliament of another country which laws it can adopt and which not.
        And another interesting fact. Moses drove the Jews through the wilderness for forty years, looking for a place where there was no oil. But I didn’t think about gas ... laughing
        1. NEXUS 19 January 2020 15: 44 New
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          Quote: Shurik70
          The same Ukraine will buy with pleasure.

          But did Ukraine get money? It is in debt like silk. The IMF will pump it even more, and the citizens of the country will pay, and not the zelenka parashes.
          1. Bukhalov 19 January 2020 20: 25 New
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            Quote: NEXUS
            Quote: Shurik70
            The same Ukraine will buy with pleasure.

            But did Ukraine get money? It is in debt like silk. The IMF will pump it even more, and the citizens of the country will pay, and not the zelenka parashes.

            Gas is a liquid commodity. This is not the sand of the Jordanian deserts.
            1. Shurik70 19 January 2020 21: 26 New
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              Quote: NEXUS
              Quote: Shurik70
              The same Ukraine will buy with pleasure.

              But did Ukraine get money? It is in debt like silk. The IMF will pump it even more, and the citizens of the country will pay, and not the zelenka parashes.

              They will buy or steal gas by any means. And if Israel is cheaper than virtually Polish, they would have bought it from Israel.

              True, when I wrote the previous comment, I didn’t know that Turkey does not pass liquefied gas tankers through the Bosphorus.
              So I admit, Ukraine will not be able to buy drinks
            2. maidan.izrailovich 20 January 2020 03: 08 New
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              Gas is a liquid commodity. This is not the sand of the Jordanian deserts.

              Absolutely right.
              And in the world market it is in great demand.
              LNG will be built. And there, anywhere in the world can be delivered.
        2. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 15: 59 New
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          Quote: Shurik70
          The same Ukraine will buy with pleasure. And the Americans will gladly lease their barges for transport.

          Will not buy, because:
          a) Israel must first build a plant to liquefy.
          b) On ukroin, respectively, you need to build a terminal and a plant.
          c) Turkey, will not pass through the Bosphorus.
          1. LMN
            LMN 19 January 2020 16: 05 New
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            Hi Stas!
            I, too, was horrified to imagine how Ukraine would buy gas from Israel! belay laughing
            1. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 16: 11 New
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              Maxim, hi hi
              There is an option, only through the pipe. Turkey prohibits the passage of gas tankers through the Bosphorus.
              How are you doing there ? Friends went to NG in Berlin. They say from the German order, there is not a trace left. Three days the city was not cleaned.
              1. Pereira 19 January 2020 16: 36 New
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                Just three days? So this is wonderful!
                I met NG two years ago there. Then the wipers appeared on the streets only on day 7.
              2. LMN
                LMN 19 January 2020 16: 40 New
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                Quote: LiSiCyn
                Maxim, hi hi
                There is an option, only through the pipe. Turkey prohibits the passage of gas tankers through the Bosphorus.
                How are you doing there ? Friends went to NG in Berlin. They say from the German order, there is not a trace left. Three days the city was not cleaned.

                A pipe? lol Any pipe through the Russian Federation, it's just stupid laughing

                Yes, okay here with the "die Ordnung". They did not come across simply. Like in the USA, as in the Russian Federation .. they are tourists and tourists in Africa. smile

                Proposals are already being made in the government to completely ban pyrotechnics on NG. For in reality, everything is after .. sad On January 1,2, you walk the streets and everywhere these rubbish are lying around. The city simply does not have time to clean it all ..
                No wonder your friends saw this srach. request
                Including if you suddenly decided to come to Germany and to misbehave wink , be careful, "Cheka" does not sleep yes
                1. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 16: 52 New
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                  Quote: LMN
                  That is, if you suddenly decided to come to Germany and misbehave, be careful, the "Cheka" is not asleep

                  Not ... Not yet planned. I want to go to Norway, but I don’t have time, I don’t have money. That desire, to issue a visa. laughing
                  1. LMN
                    LMN 19 January 2020 17: 10 New
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                    And what is there in Norway?
                    Fishing, nature?
                    Can you even get it without a visa .. Amur, Yenisei, Lena, Angara, Ob or Kamchatka? Our Sever is much more serious than theirs. I’m dreaming on the Yenisei, at least on a ship, to go on a weekly tour ..
                    But I want to see how the Norwegians live? I also understand yes
                    1. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 17: 22 New
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                      Quote: LMN
                      And what is there in Norway?

                      Relatives laughing
                      Never, was not. They’ve been living for 15 years.
                      Quote: LMN
                      You can get it even without a visa .. Amur, Yenisei, Lena, Angara, Ob or Kamchatka?

                      I agree. We’ll have it even “better”. But the price of the issue is different at times. I am in Norway from Gdansk, for 20-30 oyro ( wink ) I can fly away. In Kamchatka, it’s necessary to save 5 years, and that’s not a fact.
                      1. LMN
                        LMN 19 January 2020 17: 35 New
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                        Quote: LiSiCyn
                        Quote: LMN
                        And what is there in Norway?

                        Relatives laughing
                        Never, was not. They’ve been living for 15 years.
                        Quote: LMN
                        You can get it even without a visa .. Amur, Yenisei, Lena, Angara, Ob or Kamchatka?

                        I agree. We’ll have it even “better”. But the price of the issue is different at times. I am in Norway from Gdansk, for 20-30 oyro ( wink ) I can fly away. In Kamchatka, it’s necessary to save 5 years, and that’s not a fact.

                        Finance sad
                        You live in Europe .. what can I say about me lol
                        I can’t get everything to Yamal, to my homeland, expensively or for a long time. Although I’ve been to Noyabrsk twice. I’ll go on for a very long time if it’s economical (((
                      2. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 17: 50 New
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                        We drove to Tyumen !!! Even there is someone. Fishing, hunting, bath (possibly girls)), everything will be. good
                      3. LMN
                        LMN 19 January 2020 17: 57 New
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                        Quote: LiSiCyn
                        We drove to Tyumen !!! Even there is someone. Fishing, hunting, bath (possibly girls)), everything will be. good

                        In Tyumen, and "deeper" in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, I also have where))

                        In the fall?
                    2. Rusland 19 January 2020 17: 58 New
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                      Good health Maxim hi how old, but we don’t need winters, it’s painfully chilly at the same time. yes
                    3. LMN
                      LMN 19 January 2020 18: 06 New
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                      Quote: Rusland
                      Good health Maxim hi how old, but we don’t need winters, it’s painfully chilly at the same time. yes

                      Hi Vitaliy!
                      Well, you are "warm-blooded" from the middle lane, winters are not needed laughing
                      We are talking about summer-autumn))
                      You will master the trip to Tyumen (surroundings winked ), maybe a little deeper?)
                    4. Rusland 19 January 2020 18: 13 New
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                      For money and out of hopelessness, I won’t master it of course, but as a child I lived in Norilsk until the tenth grade, my father was a military man. Yes, I kind of told you in due time. Alykel-Kayerkan-Norilsk. Well, the other side of Calargon-Dudinka. It's cold there, and I'm freezing laughing
                      I remember what you told about hunting and fishing, in your male formation as a getter.
                    5. LMN
                      LMN 19 January 2020 18: 22 New
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                      For money and for hopelessness I can’t master of course

                      And physically?
                    6. Rusland 19 January 2020 18: 32 New
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                      Well, I don’t know, Maxim. I would like to retire, and live and exist away from tsevilizatsii. smile
                    7. LMN
                      LMN 19 January 2020 18: 40 New
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                      Just wish.
                      Do you think the goal is to break somewhere in Tyumen or near Tyumen, is this an attempt to meet civilization?)
                    8. Rusland 19 January 2020 18: 47 New
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                      No, I can find a nook for a week in my Volga region, water, firewood, at least some fish, and mosquitoes in the appendage to the ear or in the weight of my weight. smile
  • sabakina 19 January 2020 16: 13 New
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    LiSiCyn, so a mad dog a hundred miles is not a hook ... They buy our gas from Slovakia by reverse ... Sushi like the sea, etc ....
    1. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 16: 48 New
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      Vyacheslav hi
      It is, of course
      Quote: sabakina
      so a mad dog a hundred miles is not a hook ..

      but there such a hook turns out that this dog will erase all his legs and die from hunger ...
  • VicktorVR 21 January 2020 10: 52 New
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    Each construction is at least a year, or even two.
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  • Okolotochny 21 January 2020 12: 46 New
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    A clear answer to the next nonsense of the 70th.
  • Brturin 19 January 2020 16: 09 New
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    Quote: Shurik70
    The same Ukraine will buy with pleasure.

    Only now, while the route is Israel to Egypt, there is an LNG plant, from Egypt to Greece to the regasification terminal, then through the pipes the Greeks, Bulgarians, Romanians, Moldova (trans-Balkan reverse) ... At whose expense the banquet ...
  • TermNachTer 19 January 2020 16: 54 New
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    Ukraine with pleasure, takes only what is free. But if you have to pay, then it does not cause pleasure. And why exactly from Israel to buy? Qatar is near there - the first in the world in terms of proven gas reserves.
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  • 8200 19 January 2020 15: 25 New
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    Dmitry, Egypt is already buying Israeli gas, and Jordan's refusal to supply will cost $ 1.5 billion for a penalty.
    1. rich 19 January 2020 16: 09 New
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      The question is what language the parliament of Jordan used to adopt such a law.

      Earlier in Amman, mass demonstrations of citizens opposed the import of Israeli gas were held. Demonstrators reproached the government for refusing to cooperate with a number of Arab states offering assistance in supplying fuel, and demanded the complete annulment of the agreement with the "occupiers", as well as the revision of previously signed agreements with Israel.
  • Sgan 20 January 2020 10: 53 New
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    Doesn't like their brother’s parliament ...
  • Thrifty 19 January 2020 17: 10 New
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    Nothing personal just business! Golden Rule! !!
  • 1959ain 19 January 2020 15: 03 New
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    Finally, Jordan woke up ceased to engage in the betrayal of Arab interests, they would have been indignant or prohibited Israel from bombing Syria from Jordanian airspace drinks
    1. Bukhalov 19 January 2020 15: 50 New
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      Quote: 1959ain
      Finally, Jordan woke up ceased to engage in the betrayal of Arab interests, they would have been indignant or prohibited Israel from bombing Syria from Jordanian airspace drinks

      Such precedents have already been. Ukraine refused to buy coal in LDNR, and at domestic prices. And coal suppliers paid taxes to Ukraine. Moreover, Ukraine has blocked all trade. Refused outright, they say, "blood trading." As a result, essentially all industrial facilities located in unrecognized republics passed under external control. Result: Ukraine does not receive taxes, coal under the guise of Russian comes from LDNR as before, but at market prices, it has lost profitable enterprises. One to one, you advise you to do the same to the poor Jordan, which exists only through subsidies. Moreover, very competently advise to get involved in the kingdom of the Syrian mess. Congenial! And with regards to King Abdullah, he did not go to his father, not to his great-grandfather, but to his grandfather. He was removed from the throne, turned out to be moronic. In a good sense of the word.
      But Israeli gas is not Jordanian sand, there is a buyer. And just like that, the agreements that have already entered into force are not terminated. They spell out how much Jordan will pay for the implementation of the ideas embodied in your posts. Well, you give a pancake! Ukraine coal, and Jordan gas. It is ridiculous to me and even to you ....
    2. Professor 19 January 2020 15: 53 New
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      Well done Jordanians. To evil Israel will be left without cheap gas. good
      1. kot423 19 January 2020 16: 02 New
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        Heh. The same mattresses with your help require from the EU. Double standards in your words, comrade ...
      2. sabakina 19 January 2020 16: 17 New
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        Quote: Professor
        Well done Jordanians. To evil Israel will be left without cheap gas. good

        Oleg, fewer people, more oxygen. wink Happy Baptism!
        1. Professor 19 January 2020 16: 20 New
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          Quote: sabakina
          Quote: Professor
          Well done Jordanians. To evil Israel will be left without cheap gas. good

          Oleg, fewer people, more oxygen. wink Happy Baptism!

          Then with circumcision. hi
          1. sabakina 19 January 2020 16: 22 New
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            With cropped and to Jordan? No, thank you, we are better by the covenant of Prince Vladimir ... repeat
            1. Professor 19 January 2020 19: 37 New
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              Quote: sabakina
              With cropped and to Jordan? No, thank you, we are better by the covenant of Prince Vladimir ... repeat

              Count it up. But even the one whom you celebrate baptism and those who baptized him were circumcised.
          2. Pereira 19 January 2020 16: 39 New
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            Who loves what. And about the annual circumcision - an interesting idea.
            1. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 16: 56 New
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              Quote: Pereira
              And about the annual circumcision - an interesting idea.

              Ha ha .... laughing
              You, as always for a word in your pocket, do not climb .. good
    3. Roman1970_1 19 January 2020 19: 56 New
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      Finally, Jordan woke up ceased to engage in the betrayal of Arab interests, they would have been indignant or prohibited Israel from bombing Syria from Jordanian airspace


      And let them forbid to take water from Israel. Let Arab interests supply them with water.
      From the peace treaty to Israel only losses
  • Paranoid50 19 January 2020 15: 10 New
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    It smacks of anti-Semitism. laughing
  • Pivot 19 January 2020 15: 12 New
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    And I am for having more competitors in the gas market, you see, they will try to produce something, and not sit on the pipe.
  • knn54 19 January 2020 15: 13 New
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    “Israel sells stolen gas to its owners.” The Arab press in Egypt and Jordan considers the gas Palestinian.
    On the one hand, the price is "sweet", but at the same time, Israel will be able to control the economy of the above countries.
    A Texas-based company is developing and supplying the U.S. forcing Jordanian authorities to finalize an agreement so that parliamentary approval is not required. T. E without the need to submit to parliament for approval.
    In the event of a refusal, Jordan must pay a penalty of $ 1,5 billion.
    1. Paranoid50 19 January 2020 15: 25 New
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      Quote: knn54
      while Israel will be able to control the economy of the above countries.

      It all depends on the volume. So the Israelis are happy to plant their neighbors on their gas needle.
    2. Bukhalov 19 January 2020 20: 49 New
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      Quote: knn54
      “Israel sells stolen gas to its owners.” The Arab press in Egypt and Jordan considers the gas Palestinian.
      On the one hand, the price is "sweet", but at the same time, Israel will be able to control the economy of the above countries.
      A Texas-based company is developing and supplying the U.S. forcing Jordanian authorities to finalize an agreement so that parliamentary approval is not required. T. E without the need to submit to parliament for approval.
      In the event of a refusal, Jordan must pay a penalty of $ 1,5 billion.

      Already five five pluses you received for the post. All! The end has come to our state. These five pluses at once outweighed all the decisions of the League of Nations, the UN, the Balfour Declaration, the San Remo Conference, the results of the First World War, in which Turkey was a bat. Gas began to be stolen, say, but Israel, with your light hand, has no right to exist .... Does the sofa not sink under the weight of such “ideas” so to speak? The fifth day without water (without gas) all camels come, may Allah help them in quicksand.
  • The popuas 19 January 2020 15: 15 New
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    And Vitaly was banned ... and he received news such as balm for the soul ... hehe wassat
    1. Vitaly gusin 19 January 2020 22: 19 New
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      Quote: Popuas
      And Vitaly was banned ... and he received news such as balm for the soul ... hehe

      If about me, then I'm here!
      "See the root"
      Kozma Prutkov
      "Nothing on earth passes without a trace."
      Alexander Gradsky
      And as always in the story.
      After the 1948 war, part of Judea remained behind Jordan and this territory was called the West Bank, unlike the east bank of the Jordan River.
      All Jews were expelled from there, and Palestinian Arabs were given Jordanian passports and they became citizens of Jordan.
      After another war, this territory was ceded to Israel and Palestinian Arabs fled to Jordan.
      Today, about 60% of Jordanians are Palestinian Arabs and their descendants.
      And the king and his closest Bedouins are about 20% of their legs.
      In 1970, the Palestinians wanted to make a coup so the father of the king destroyed about 5 thousand and many fled to Israel.
      And today, the king, as before, his father secretly maintains relations with Israel, and if not for Israeli intelligence and cooperation and his wife, an Arab of Palestinian origin, the king would have hung in his palace for a long time.
      "Think for yourself, decide for yourself
      To have or not to have "
      A. Aronov
  • gridasov 19 January 2020 15: 36 New
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    The actions of individual governing structures of states or companies very often reflect their combined intellectual potential. Which by the way can be manipulated and predicted with a high degree of probability.
  • Zeev Zeev 19 January 2020 15: 38 New
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    This means that Israeli companies will raise good money from compensation
    1. NEXUS 19 January 2020 15: 47 New
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      This means that Israeli companies will raise good money from compensation

      At the same time, yes ... forfeits, fines, etc. ... but in the long run, this is not a buzz for the Israelis.
      I think so, right now the battle for hydrocarbons has begun both in the BV and in Africa. And Israel is not the first in the list of favorites here.
      1. Professor 19 January 2020 15: 55 New
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        Quote: NEXUS
        At the same time, yes ... forfeits, fines, etc. ... but in the long run, this is not a buzz for the Israelis.

        Selling gas and oil is the worst thing that could happen to the Israeli economy.
        1. LMN
          LMN 19 January 2020 16: 10 New
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          Quote: Professor
          Quote: NEXUS
          At the same time, yes ... forfeits, fines, etc. ... but in the long run, this is not a buzz for the Israelis.

          Selling gas and oil is the worst thing that could happen to the Israeli economy.

          This is yes.
        2. sabakina 19 January 2020 16: 36 New
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          Quote: Professor
          Selling gas and oil is the worst thing that could happen to the Israeli economy.
          Oleg, no one is perfect. hi
        3. Bukhalov 19 January 2020 16: 57 New
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          Quote: Professor
          Quote: NEXUS
          At the same time, yes ... forfeits, fines, etc. ... but in the long run, this is not a buzz for the Israelis.

          Selling gas and oil is the worst thing that could happen to the Israeli economy.

          I don’t have digital calculations, but can gas revenues amount to about 60 percent of GDP, as in Russia. This is somewhere around 180 billion dollars plus. It cannot be the same. And if, as an aid, about 10-15 billion. Why not?
          1. Professor 19 January 2020 19: 38 New
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            Quote: Bukhalov
            I don’t have digital calculations, but can gas revenues amount to about 60 percent of GDP, as in Russia. This is somewhere around 180 billion dollars plus. It cannot be the same. And if, as an aid, about 10-15 billion. Why not?

            Because these 10-15 lards must be earned by high-tech, and not by a pipe.
            1. Bukhalov 19 January 2020 20: 37 New
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              Quote: Professor
              Quote: Bukhalov
              I don’t have digital calculations, but can gas revenues amount to about 60 percent of GDP, as in Russia. This is somewhere around 180 billion dollars plus. It cannot be the same. And if, as an aid, about 10-15 billion. Why not?

              Because these 10-15 lards must be earned by high-tech, and not by a pipe.

              I am afraid that your wish will remain unclaimed. And the money received from the sale of gas can be spent on anything, including high-tech. Remember the formula of surplus value of Marx. No, they will not understand your progressive ideas, they will not support it. Unless the countries have already rode the market. Why do they need a blacksmith, they do not need a blacksmith.
              1. Professor 19 January 2020 20: 40 New
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                Quote: Bukhalov
                Quote: Professor
                Quote: Bukhalov
                I don’t have digital calculations, but can gas revenues amount to about 60 percent of GDP, as in Russia. This is somewhere around 180 billion dollars plus. It cannot be the same. And if, as an aid, about 10-15 billion. Why not?

                Because these 10-15 lards must be earned by high-tech, and not by a pipe.

                I am afraid that your wish will remain unclaimed. And the money received from the sale of gas can be spent on anything, including high-tech. Remember the formula of surplus value of Marx. No, they will not understand your progressive ideas, they will not support it. Unless the countries have already rode the market. Why do they need a blacksmith, they do not need a blacksmith.

                I have been living in Israel for too long not to know where the money will go.
                1. Bukhalov 19 January 2020 21: 16 New
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                  Quote: Professor
                  Quote: Bukhalov
                  Quote: Professor
                  Quote: Bukhalov
                  I don’t have digital calculations, but can gas revenues amount to about 60 percent of GDP, as in Russia. This is somewhere around 180 billion dollars plus. It cannot be the same. And if, as an aid, about 10-15 billion. Why not?

                  Because these 10-15 lards must be earned by high-tech, and not by a pipe.

                  I am afraid that your wish will remain unclaimed. And the money received from the sale of gas can be spent on anything, including high-tech. Remember the formula of surplus value of Marx. No, they will not understand your progressive ideas, they will not support it. Unless the countries have already rode the market. Why do they need a blacksmith, they do not need a blacksmith.

                  I have been living in Israel for too long not to know where the money will go.

                  Any hypothesis has a right to exist. And any controversy, respectively, too. With your approach, the fate of the very money from the high-tech income should not fundamentally differ from the fate of the money from the sale of gas. Practice, as you know, is the criterion of truth. And it is worth returning to this conversation after at least the beginning of profit. The opposition, too, with sincere interest will follow along the thorny path of the "flow of the promised profit" for its flow. The media is again our indefatigable. As for me, there are enough checks and balances. Look how Bibi is pressed, in principle, out of the blue. Well, as for the inversely proportional dependence of progress on the level of production and marketing of raw materials, that is, precedents. The same gas, the same sea, only the North, the same level of development of the country as Israel, but the gas in the head like a well-known acid did not hit anyone. I mean Norway and the UK. More interesting is another. What is it that Jordan suddenly got rid of? It is unreasonable to bite a hand that has been extended more than once or twice to the Hashimites in difficult times for them. After all, not only the Palestinians, but also the Syrians encroached on the crown. Together with his head, of course. Moreover, since someone, and Abdullah, should have known how, ironically, his deserted kingdom arose in general. And to whom the territory now occupied was intended.
                  1. Professor 20 January 2020 07: 35 New
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                    With your approach, the fate of the very money from the high-tech income should not fundamentally differ from the fate of the money from the sale of gas.

                    The fundamental difference is that the high-tech money is not gratuitous and must be partially returned to the earned. In addition, hi-tech provides hundreds of thousands of people with jobs (studies, services, etc.). A pipe is a relaxing freebie.

                    Quote: Bukhalov
                    Practice, as you know, is the criterion of truth. And it is worth returning to this conversation after at least the beginning of profit.

                    Why wait? Mitwe ha-gas has already demonstrated who will receive the money. The rest will drown in the budget.

                    Quote: Bukhalov
                    The opposition, too, with sincere interest will follow along the thorny path of the "flow of the promised profit" for its flow. The media is again our indefatigable.

                    Did these democracy guards help a lot with dos?

                    Quote: Bukhalov
                    Well, as for the inversely proportional dependence of progress on the level of production and marketing of raw materials, that is, precedents. The same gas, the same sea, only the North, the same level of development of the country as Israel, but the gas in the head like a well-known acid did not hit anyone. I mean Norway and the UK.

                    Why did you forget Russia and Nigeria? By the way, the Netherlands is also a case in point.

                    Quote: Bukhalov
                    What is it that Jordan suddenly got rid of? It is unreasonable to bite a hand that has been extended more than once or twice to the Hashimites in difficult times for them. After all, not only the Palestinians, but also the Syrians encroached on the crown. Together with his head, of course. Moreover, since someone, and Abdullah, should have known how, ironically, his deserted kingdom arose in general. And to whom the territory now occupied was intended.

                    And here everything is simple. Hashemite King, 80% of the citizens (respectively in parliament) are Fylists. The king loves peace with us, the Philistines will never miss the opportunity to miss the opportunity.
        4. cat Rusich 19 January 2020 18: 33 New
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          Israel - Welcome to the Gas (Oil) Needle Club hi
      2. Zeev Zeev 19 January 2020 15: 58 New
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        And in the future, for the sake of saving the sinking Jordanian economy, the king will introduce direct rule and will also buy gas in Israel.
  • avib 19 January 2020 15: 46 New
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    I will stick out my eye so that my mother-in-law has a curve.
    Such a world with this Jordan ... only on paper. They do nasty things wherever they can - they satisfy internal public opinion. After all, the king understands that it was only thanks to Israel that the neighbors and relatives of the descendants of Muhammad had not yet pulled the kingdom, but still "messed up" as best they could.
    1. Bukhalov 19 January 2020 16: 59 New
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      Avib, to be principled, to the end. As a decent descendant of Hashim, Abdullah is simply obliged to abandon the water from Kinneret for Arab solidarity.
      1. zlinn 19 January 2020 17: 20 New
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        and for one use of the Haifa port, and through it, the turnover is more than through akaba
        1. borberd 20 January 2020 15: 45 New
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          Through the Haifa port, the Turks also deliver their goods to Saudi Arabia and other emirates. If you block access to Hashemites, then the Turks will howl. Which is also good for hearing.
  • Maz
    Maz 19 January 2020 15: 52 New
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    It smacks of anti-Semitism. laughing

    No, it's love. You just need to look from a different angle
  • Brturin 19 January 2020 15: 54 New
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    Quote: knn54
    Israel will be able to control the economy

    Gas was to be used to generate electricity ... Jordanian authorities previously stated that this project will save about 700 million Jordanian dinars (more than one billion dollars) on electricity https://1prime.ru/energy/20200119/830811781.html.

    A year and a half ago, there was another opportunity to resolve the issue of electricity, but the Jordanians refused to build Rosatom nuclear power plants. We decided that a large reactor is not needed, we want low power units.
    At the end of 2017, Rusatom Overseas and KAEI signed a memorandum of understanding in the field of low-power reactors ... In 2017, KAEI and the British Rolls-Royce signed a memorandum on the preparation of a feasibility study for the construction of small modular reactors developed by Rolls in the Middle East -Royce. It was also reported that KAEI is negotiating with the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) about the possibility of building a high-temperature gas-cooled reactor with a capacity of 220 megawatts in Jordan. https://ria.ru/20180526/1521456645.html
    Academician Lomonosov has already been launched, they are going to cost in Yakutia
    Of the exact ones, I would single out our agreement with the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) on cooperation to create the first low-power reactor based on the RITM-200 power plant. She has established herself as a ship reactor for icebreakers. Now we plan to use this technology as an element of the power plant of a small nuclear power plant - Alexei Likhachev Rosatom.
    Maybe in this situation, and return to this topic ... although ...
  • sabakina 19 January 2020 16: 08 New
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    Guys, explain to the ignoramus ... Are they in contra?
  • gulliver 19 January 2020 16: 31 New
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    Quote: LiSiCyn
    Quote: Shurik70
    The same Ukraine will buy with pleasure. And the Americans will gladly lease their barges for transport.

    Will not buy, because:
    a) Israel must first build a plant to liquefy.
    b) On ukroin, respectively, you need to build a terminal and a plant.
    c) Turkey, will not pass through the Bosphorus.

    American Noble Energy and Israeli Delek Drilling and Ratio began gas production at the giant Leviathan field in the Israeli sector of the Mediterranean Sea. Fuel is already being transported to Egypt, from where in a few months it will begin to be delivered to Europe in the form of LNG.

    The deposit with reserves of 535 billion cubic meters and 130 kilometers from Haifa was discovered in 2010 by the American Noble Energy. After that, two Israeli companies became its partners and it took them three years to develop the $ 3,6 billion field. Production began in the last days of 2019, and from January 1, gas began to flow to Egypt.

    “For the first time in its history, Israel has become a major exporter of gas,” the three companies said in a statement. They signed a contract worth $ 15 billion with the Egyptian consortium Dolphinus. He estimates that 10 billion cubic meters of gas will be supplied from Israel to Israel every 6,4 years. Fuel will be supplied to gas liquefaction plants, as Egypt has returned from the ranks of importers to gas exporters thanks to its own giant Zohr field in the Mediterranean.



    Israeli gas may reach Europe through the Idku LNG plant in northern Egypt within a few months, Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz said, according to Reuters. The head of the Ministry of Energy told the agency about this during the gas forum in Egypt. “Not today, but they believe it will start in a few months,” said Yuval Steinitz. According to him, LNG can also be exported to Asia.

    Gas from Leviathan and the smaller neighboring Tamar (238 billion cubic meters) is planned to be supplied directly to Europe via the EastMed gas pipeline, which Israel, Cyprus and Greece are planning to build through the Mediterranean Sea. This project is supported by the United States and the European Union, but it is too expensive at current gas prices and is used as a public relations campaign against Turkey’s territorial appetites in the Mediterranean.

    Now, in addition to Egypt, gas from the fields also comes to Jordan and Israel itself. In a joint statement, Noble Energy, Delek Drilling and Ratio said that the start of production at Leviathan would immediately lead to lower electricity prices in Israel. However, as Haaretz notes, the main gas flows to Israel are from the Tamar field, and its prices are higher than the gas sold from Leviathan to Egypt.

    More details at Oil-Expert:
    https://www.oilexp.ru/news/world/amerikancy-nachali-v-izraile-dobychu-gaza-kotoryj-ehksportiruyut-v-evropu/196751/
  • voyaka uh 19 January 2020 16: 50 New
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    It’s because of such tricks that I consider the idea of ​​selling Israeli gas to neighbors wrong.
    We had to agree to the proposal of the Australians: 1) they are building a floating gas liquefaction plant and 2) they are selling it in the Far East. No headache with Jordan, Turkey, Greece and the EU
    1. leodal 20 January 2020 00: 40 New
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      Is logical. But we (Gazprom, that is) must already switch to LNG. Under current conditions, it is possible to fly with pipe gas altogether.
  • Old26 19 January 2020 17: 04 New
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    And Vitaly was banned ... and he received news such as balm for the soul ... hehe wassat

    Vitali can’t be banned ... "You won’t strangle this song, you won’t kill it!" Perks like a Phoenix bird with a new 100500 nickname laughing
    1. Vitaly gusin 19 January 2020 22: 33 New
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      Quote: Old26
      Vitali cannot be banned ...

      Given your nickname, you must remember.
      Anthem of Democratic Youth

      A youth song sings of friendship
      Youth, youth.
      You can't strangle this song, you won't kill it!
      Do not kill! Do not kill!

      Us young
      Echoed by that song
      The whole globe of the earth!
      You can't strangle this song, you won't kill it!
      Do not kill! Do not kill!
  • awg75 19 January 2020 18: 43 New
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    Jews are a very vengeful people. avenged and not forgotten.
  • Shahno 19 January 2020 18: 52 New
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    This type of our project does not affect anything?
    Not so affected. Stirred up ..
  • Shahno 19 January 2020 19: 53 New
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    Quote: Professor
    Quote: NEXUS
    At the same time, yes ... forfeits, fines, etc. ... but in the long run, this is not a buzz for the Israelis.

    Selling gas and oil is the worst thing that could happen to the Israeli economy.

    This is a maanak ... Note, a little but nice
  • Kerensky 19 January 2020 20: 53 New
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    Gas is futures. Accordingly, the market is full. Additional volumes still need to be attached ....
  • leodal 20 January 2020 00: 37 New
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    This is not an attempt to “create competition for the Turkish Stream gas pipeline,” but a completely natural desire to sell their goods and receive money for them. But in essence, there is a problem - and the same as that of Gazprom (which will soon worsen). It is necessary to gradually leave the pipe, switching to LNG. Yes, today the cost of pipeline gas is cheaper than the LNG cycle, but if you forget about the threats. Due to the emergence of shale technologies and the intensification of the transition to other energy sources, it is obvious that the dictatorship of the supplier has ended, and now consumers will “steer” and act up. And the master of the pipe is her and the slave: no variation. Not that you won’t get big profits - after the refusal there will not be any, only losses.
    Apparently, Israel should have taken the LNG route: negotiating with an Egyptian plant and terminal is not a problem, and, of course, building its own with Cyprus - under gas from Leviathan, Aphrodite, and other fields. Already had to read sensible articles on this topic.
  • borberd 20 January 2020 15: 24 New
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    If they are so principled, then do not drink our water from Kineret.