Amman is seeing results from its push toward renewables and gas. But the country’s energy future remains tied to developments abroad—particularly Israel’s Leviathan.

Like the region’s other Arab monarchies, energy is a key concern in Jordan, albeit for very different reasons. Boasting next to zero oil and gas resources, the Hashemite kingdom relies on costly imports for 95% of its energy consumption—a further burden on the country’s stagnant economy.

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