Tagged With Lebanon
Lebanon’s gas hopes threatened by corruption
28 October 2019
Energy sector legislation may not prevent corruption marring any future gas discoveries, a new book says
Lebanon to struggle to replicate Israeli success
3 September 2019
Israel's clustering approach resulted in the majority of blocks being awarded but the neighbouring Lebanese auction faces tougher challenges
Lebanon's energy sector relieved at government formation
8 February 2019
With a new cabinet in place, offshore operators will feel more comfortable and a new bid round can proceed
Hopes run high for the East Med
31 January 2019
Possible major new discoveries, along with rising production and simmering regional geopolitics, make 2019 a year of reckoning
Lebanon: reconstruction or destruction?
26 April 2018
Having secured more than $11bn in international loans and grants, the Beirut government is hoping its economic plans aren't blown away by another war
Troubled waters ahead in Israel-Lebanon border dispute
8 March 2018
A maritime border dispute between Israel and Lebanon, and a plan by IOCs to start drilling close to the contested area, are contributing to regional tensions
Lebanon: tired of waiting
12 September 2017
The country has postponed its offshore bid round deadline amid continuing domestic and geopolitical uncertainties
Lebanon's muted celebrations
17 March 2017
IOCs' wariness takes the shine off Lebanon's first licensing round
Strangled development in Gaza and Lebanon
3 October 2016
Lebanon and Gaza both hold commercial quantities of hydrocarbons. But regional politics are still stifling progress
Momentum behind Mediterranean LNG exports is slowing
11 December 2013
While its neighbours push ahead with major developments, Lebanon lags behind
Politics bedevils East Mediterranean gas ambitions
14 August 2013
Gas discoveries have added fuel to the fire of regional tensions in the Levant
East Mediterranean’s new play gets hotter
4 April 2012
Israel’s burgeoning gas reserves could transform a region