News from Israel

Can Israel become a giant in the oil and gold industries?

Oil and gold are both widely traded around the world. Israel now has both and these two commodities that remain largely untapped in the country could change the face of the Middle East forever.


November 13, 2014 | Leave a Comment

Oil in Israel News

Israel Reverses Flow of Egypt Pipeline


November 5, 2014 | 3 Comments

Israeli natural gas fields hold big promise for Noble Energy

An officer points as he stands on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers from Hadera

An officer points as he stands on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers from Hadera


February 14, 2014 | 1 Comment

Zion Abandons Elijah #3

Sun going down on the Elijah #3

In his January 31, 2014 Zion Oil & Gas Update, Company President Victor Carrillo announced: “Our original plans to re-enter the Elijah #3 well were delayed primarily due to problems that Lapidoth, our drilling contractor, experienced while drilling another well for a third party. In early January 2014, we initiated re-entry operations and the Lapidoth rig has now been released. Although we had hoped to encounter producible hydrocarbons, we did not (other than minimal amounts of gas) and we will now work to finalize all remaining plugging and abandonment procedures for that well.”


February 2, 2014 | 118 Comments

Liquified Natural Gas Flow From Offshore Israel Begins Today

The Jerusalem Post wrote in an article yesterday that an offshore transmission buoy would begin operating today, supplying liquefied natural gas to Israel. Israel’s offshore Tamar gas field won’t begin production until April, but the offshore buoy is capable of supplying 4 -5 million cubic meters per day until Tamar’s production comes online.


January 25, 2013 | 7 Comments

Bible Prophecy

Do the Blood Moons Signal an Israel Oil War?

What is a Blood Moon, why is this year and next so important and what do they have to do with Israel?


November 5, 2014 | 6 Comments

Israel’s Gas – A Hook in Russia’s Jaw?

Russia’s Gazprom, the Russian natural gas monopoly, was back in Israel this week meeting with Delek Group executives to ‘examine possible cooperation’ in producing and delivering natural gas to Europe from Israel’s newly discovered massive gas fields in the Mediterranean. (read more…)


March 1, 2012 | 5 Comments

Lebanon joins volatile Med gas scramble

Lebanon has raised the stakes in the high-octane poker game under way in the natural gas-rich eastern Mediterranean by approving a law to administer offshore exploration and drilling, joining Israel, Cyprus and Turkey in a potentially explosive race for energy riches. (read more …)


January 10, 2012 | 4 Comments


“Breaking The Treasure Code” Tells the Story of Israel’s Oil Discovery


Breaking the Treasure Code: The Hunt For Israel’s Oil tells the story of the prophecy leading to Israel’s oil discovery and its fulfillment today. In light recent exploration and of Israel’s breaking news of a massive natural gas discovery off the coast of Haifa, this book and its implications are more relevant today than ever. (read more…)


January 10, 2012 | 55 Comments

The Oil of Israel: Prophecy Being Fulfilled

The Oil of Israel: Prophecy Being Fulfilled, the first book by Zion Oil & Gas Founder John Brown telling the story of Brown’s vision to discover the “Oil of Israel”. Includes Brown’s personal testimony and the scriptures that led to the search for Israel’s oil and the founding of Zion Oil & Gas. Brown shares his insights on true biblical faith and the vision and calling of Zion Oil. The book includes the full color maps of Israel’s ancient tribal boundaries and of Zion’s license area as well Zion’s progress to date in the search for Israel’s oil.  (read more …)


June 10, 2010 | 15 Comments

The Great Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt Front Cover Would you like to know?

  • Where the greatest treasure in the world is buried?
  • Why Russia will attack Israel?
  • The secret behind the battle of Armageddon?      (read more …)

March 28, 2010 | 22 Comments