Israel, Cyprus, Greece and Italy are expected to sign an intergovernmental agreement for the EU-backed EastMed pipeline project in March to transport natural gas from Israel’s Leviathan field and Cypriot fields via Crete to Italy, and then onward to the rest of Europe.

According to the European Commission, EastMed is a PCI (Project of Common Interest) in the current 3rd union list of PCIs. They have received a Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) grant to carry out a number of studies. “They appl...

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