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Should Israeli Natural Gas Be Exported?


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Curious about the influx of energy deposits off the coast of Israel? Yishai interviews Tamir Druz (Director of Capra Energy Group) on why some people are so upset about the sale of Israeli natural gas abroad.

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About the Author: Moshe Herman has been actively involved in Israel activism since founding the first pro-Israel student organization at Boise State University in 2007. He has been a member of several panels and discussion groups with topics ranging from interfaith dialogue in the Middle East to Israel’s importance as a Jewish state. Herman joined The Yishai Fleisher Show at the beginning of 2012 and currently resides in Jerusalem after making Aliyah in July 2013.


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6 Responses to “Should Israeli Natural Gas Be Exported?”

  1. Benjamin Fox says:

    Export and put Russia out of business, they have black mailed the world with their natural gas, so compete with them in the market place.

  2. Yes, Israel shoud not export Natural Gas, only the by-products, for example: NG breackdown in Hydrogen and Carbon such us carbon black, by no greenhouse gases throgh Cold Plasma Microwave Reactor.
    Hydrogen can be use to produce electricity and water at the same time with internal combustion engines, turbines and fuell cells.
    Carbon Black is used in the tires, agriculture, paintings, textil, steel, etc: industries and also raw material for graphite, carbon fiber, nanotubes, graphene, etc:.
    By producing in Israel this C by-products, Israel will get a added value from NG.

  3. I didn't finish my coment, to export NG it is necessary to make a pipeline to Cyprus, Greece or Turkey to end in East Europe or to $ 10 Billion NG Liquefying Unit, I think my proposal is many times cheaper.
    I wonder Netaniahu with their Ministers decided to export 40% of NG, did they make a consultation to the Israel;s inhabitants?, the same hapens not to ask to the people about 2 State solution, my idea Federation, or no eather?, that's is a reality democracy to consult to the people, it hapens in Swtzerland.

  4. Why not export some tell the world it comes from Israel and make some money

  5. Why not export some tell the world it comes from Israel and make some money

  6. Why not export some tell the world it comes from Israel and make some money

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