The Israeli Restrictive Trade Practices General Director declares certain entities "monopolies" in the supply of non-liquefied natural gas (Noble Energy Mediterranean, Delek Drilling and Avner Oil & Gas Exploration)

Introduction On November 13, 2012, the Restrictive Trade Practices General Director (the “General Director”) declared a few entities engaged in the exploration, production and sale of natural gas - Noble Energy Mediterranean, Delek Drilling and Avner Oil & Gas Exploration (both of the Delek Group), Isramco Negev II and Dor , the holders of the rights in the natural gas reservoir “Tamar” which is located off-shore Israel (the “Tamar Holders”), as “monopolies” in the supply of non-liquefied natural gas in Israel as the second half of 2013 (the “Declaration”) [1]. The Declaration serves as a “warning sign” for the Tamar Holders, warning them not to use their position in the market in an abusive way, and gives the General Director and private enforcers better tools against any of the Tamar

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  • Eshel, Ashlagi, Rozent Law Offices (Tel Aviv)

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Gal Rozent, The Israeli Restrictive Trade Practices General Director declares certain entities "monopolies" in the supply of non-liquefied natural gas (Noble Energy Mediterranean, Delek Drilling and Avner Oil & Gas Exploration), 13 November 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin Burden of proof, Art. N° 51457

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