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Natural Gas Jun 15 (NGM15.NYM)


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2.59-0.01 (-0.50%)
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Pre. SettlementN/A
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Open2.59
Bid2.78
Last Price0.00
Day's Range2.59 - 2.60
Volume345
Ask2.85
  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Leviathan gas field backers OK $3.75 bln investment decision

    Developers of the Leviathan natural gas field said on Thursday they had approved a $3.75 billion final investment decision (FID) on the first phase of the largest energy project in Israel's history. According to a development plan approved by the government in 2016, the project will be completed in less than three years and gas will be available to the Israeli market by the end of 2019. Texas-based Noble Energy owns 39.7 percent of Leviathan, while Delek Drilling and Avner Oil Exploration, subsidiaries of Israel's Delek Group , each hold 22.7 percent.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Partners in Israeli Leviathan gas field okay $3.75 bln investment

    The partners in the Leviathan natural gas field said on Thursday they approved a $3.75 billion final investment decision (FID) in the first phase of the giant reservoir, the largest energy project in Israel's history. The reservoir, located 100 kilometres (62 miles) west of Haifa, was discovered in December 2010 and is one of the largest offshore natural gas discoveries in the world in the previous decade. According to the development plan that was approved last year by the government, the project will be completed within less than three years and the gas from Leviathan will be available to the Israeli market by the end of 2019.

  • Oilprice.com10 hours ago

    Can The U.S. Dominate LNG Markets?

    American energy exports are set to increase in the future, with crude exports hitting a record high in February, and the future of LNG looks rosier still