Israel Approves Plan To Cut Oil Import Dependence
On 13 January the Israeli cabinet approved a long-term plan drafted by the Ministries of Energy and Transport to gradually reduce Israel’s dependence on imported oil by capitalizing on the nation’s large natural gas reserves. The plan calls for the replacement of oil products as the main transportation fuel by a combination of methanol and compressed natural gas (CNG), as well as the import of...
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