Forget the East-Med Pipeline: Advantages of Alternative Options to Transport the Easter Mediterranean Gas

Op-eds / Israel and the East Mediterranean

In recent years, Israel, Greek Cypriot Administration of Southern Cyprus, Greece and Italy promoted the idea of constructing a long pipeline to transfer gas from Israel and Cyprus to Europe. It was argued that it would contribute to the European efforts to diversify energy sources. Discussing the project strengthened relations between the project partner countries, which are in the midst of creating a complex alliance.

(Originally published in ECONFO)

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