Leviathan worries for Woodside

Israeli LNG project exploring fresh regional pipeline export options.

Woodside Petroleum (WPL) is facing fresh uncertainty over its role in the multi-billion-dollar Leviathan gas project off the coast of Israel as reports suggest the project is exploring regional export pipeline options that would see gas sent to Greece and two Egyptian liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants, according to The Australian.

Woodside had struck a $US2.2 billion ($A2.4 billion) deal to take a 30% stake in the gas field and operate an LNG export project that would see LNG frozen to a liquid and shipped abroad.


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