Watch: How Israeli Special Forces Protect Vital Natural Gas RigsElite naval forces, unmanned vessels and drones; Israel's natural gas assets face many threats, but the IDF is more than up to the task.
Government Facing Defeat in Gas Monopoly VoteYisrael Beytenu will oppose the deal with natural gas monopoly. Vote may be postponed to a later date.
Netanyahu: Israel Will Make the Most of Natural Gas DepositsPM responds to allegations of natural gas 'cartel,' resignation of antitrust authority chief; 'We won't repeat the mistakes of others.'
Israel, Egypt Strike Gas DealDelek and Dolphinius agree on natural gas sale to Cairo after multiple bombings on Egypt gas pipeline.
Confirmed: Israel to Supply Gas to Egypt in $4 Billion DealSeven-year gas contract to the tune of four billion dollars marks another sign of renewed cooperation between Cairo and Jerusalem.
Judge Orders State to Explain Natural Gas Export RestrictionSupreme Court Pres. Asher Grunis orders the state to explain why natural gas exports were capped at 40 percent without involving lawmakers.
'Historical Day': Natural Gas begins to Flow from 'Tamar'Four years after drilling began, gas from the platform 80 km off the Haifa shore is flowing to Ashdod.
Israel Takes Giant Step Towards Energy Self-SufficiencyIsrael has launched an offshore platform for natural gas, a step towards energy self-sufficiency for the first time in history.
Navy Prepares to Defend Gas RigIf Hizbullah carries out threats to attack Israeli rig, it will meet a well-prepared naval force.
Power Price Rise on the Horizon for Israelis in 2012Israelis will be expected to pay even more than they already have for their electricity by the end of this secular calendar year.
IEC to Buy Gas from Tamar FieldThe Israel Electric Company has just signed an $8 billion deal to buy natural gas from the Tamar gas field off the coast of Haifa.
Drilling Begins in Tamar Gas FieldsIsrael began drilling in the Tamar natural gas fields despite the presence of Turkish warships; 9 trillion cubic feet of gas in play.
Government Blasted Over Tamar DelaysEilat-Ashkelon chairman Amos Yaron blasted Israeli officials for being unable to make decisions and causing delays.