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Past articles by Eran:

Noble's aggressive gas posturing puts Israel on a collision course with global energy giant Chevron

Operator of Israeli gas fields is opposing deputy attorney general's opinion that it must give up veto right over decisions at the Tamar field → Read More

After dispute over gas supplies, Chevron could easily earn Israel’s goodwill

By ceding its veto power over the Tamar gas field, the U.S. energy giant would set things right → Read More

Chevron halts Israel’s natural gas supply in move to pressure electricity company

After acquiring Noble Energy, energy giant unwilling to lower price → Read More

This year, Israeli energy finally went green. But the revolution is just beginning

With strong support from the government and the stock market, and not to mention the coronavirus economy, the industry has taken off in 2020 → Read More

Israeli cheese-substitute maker weighs IPO on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

Vgarden, controlled by Kibbutz Gan Shmuel, is riding global foodtech wave → Read More

East Mediterranean countries establish gas forum, Israel and PA join

Israel is one of five countries aiming to promote energy exports from region → Read More

Supermarkets and gas stations: Rami Levy buys controlling stake in Delek Israel

Real estate group Lahav joins supermarket mogul in deal, which values Delek Israel unit at NIS 750 million, will provide energy tycoon Yitzhak Tshuva with badly needed cash → Read More

Amid a bearish COVID market, IPO scene booms in Tel Aviv's stock market

TASE CEO Ittai Ben-Zeev says the pandemic is pushing companies to go public → Read More

COVID-battered Israeli hotels stage modest revival

Industry is hopeful that August momentum can be sustained during the High Holidays – if the government doesn’t declare another lockdown → Read More

Israel's Delek says it's in talks for merger of its North Sea unit

Surprise announcement of possible deal on Ithaca comes amid wider second-quarter loss for group → Read More

As dollar hits 12-year low against the shekel, analysts are divided on what’s next

Some see Israel's currency making more gains, but others say greenback is due for a comeback thanks to changing Fed policy and weak Israeli economy → Read More

Jordan and Saudi Arabia agree to connect their electricity grids

The 164-kilometer line will be built through Kuwait and northern Saudi Arabia to eastern Amman → Read More

X-ray firm Nanox files for $125m U.S. offering

Wall Street offering values the company at as much as $600 million → Read More

Amid virus rally, Israeli biotech taps Wall St.

Companies have or are poised to raise nearly $500 million in initial or secondary offerings → Read More

Former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann just invested $10M in these companies

Eight months after he was ousted from the office-sharing company he founded, the Israeli-American entrepreneur worth $450 million is back → Read More

This IPO will test Israeli stock market's appetite for meat substitutes and other high-tech food

Next Food plans to raise $5.8 million to invest in meat-substitute startups → Read More

Tycoon garage sale raises $720m in short order for Yitzhak Tshuva’s indebted Delek

Company has been selling assets at a breakneck pace in last few weeks to keep creditors at bay → Read More

How can the world’s stock markets be rallying as a pandemic rages?

One reason is that they have been flooded with government cash. In Israel, however, investors are surprisingly bullish about an economic recovery → Read More

Gas exports fell in March, April

The pipeline operator says it isn’t sure the market will return after the coronavirus crisis → Read More

Delek wins reprieve from bondholders, but risks lie ahead for controlling shareholder

In tentative deal, bondholders agreed to give tycoon a year to raise cash for his indebted energy group. He may not succeed → Read More