Second Explosion Hits Egypt Gas Terminal

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 5/14/2011, Location: Africa

The al-Sabil gas terminal, a part of pipelines network that supplies Israel with natural gas, has suffered the second attack for this year after the first one that had happened on 27th April.

The gas export deal was agreed in 2005 when Egypt's Eastern Mediterranean Gas Company agreed to sell gas to Israel's Electric Corporation. The exports began three years later and amount to some 1.5 billion cubic meters. It was never a popular deal in a country where animosity to Israel is still common, even 30 years after a peace accord was signed.

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