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Energy and Water Minister Cesar Abi Khalil was quoted Saturday in a tweet by the Harvard Arab Alumni Association as saying that Lebanon has already started exploring in Block 9 of the potential offshore oil and gas reserves, and would continue to do, despite Israel disputing its claim to some of the area.This is in line with previous statements maintaining Lebanon's stance on its claim to offshore oil and gas reserves, with blocks 4 and 9 – part of the latter disputed by Israel – signed with energy companies Total, Eni and Novatek earlier this year.
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