Greece plans to export Israeli gas to Europe

November 29, 2011 by  

The new government in Athens could open a pipeline to export natural gas from countries including Israel to destinations in northern Europe, as Greece seeks to become a regional center for the transit of this energy source.

“We are trying to make Greece the hub for gas transit to northern European countries either via Italy or through the Balkans,” Greece’s environment, energy and climate change minister stressed to The Jerusalem Post in an exclusive interview on Monday morning in Jerusalem.

The minister, Giorgos Papakonstantinou, was the first Greek official to visit Israel since the country’s November 11 formation of a new coalition unity government headed by interim Prime Minister Lucas Papademos.


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One Response to “Greece plans to export Israeli gas to Europe”

  1. dean staplesro on December 4th, 2011 3:03 pm

    This announcement about GREECE helping Israel to export natural gas into EUROPE along with the announcement of KOREA to purchase TAMAR gas exports is in direct fulfillment of GENESIS 49 vs 22 which say that JOSEPH is a FRUITFILLED BOUGH..EVEN a fruitful bough beside a well..WHOSE branches run over a WALL..THE wall here refers to the borders of ISRAEl and the fact that Israel is finding so much gas and oil that they have enough to even export it now…I received this revelation through JIM SPILLMAN in his 1981 audio teaching tape regarding the OIL of ISRAEl and how it will affect the future of the M/E and of ISRAEl…Time to shout the Praises of our MOST HIGH GOD!

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