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to delay Israel gas to Egypt for three monthsEgypt will begin receiving gas from Israel under a $15 billion deal around the middle of the year, after unexpected issues with the pipeline connecting the two countries delayed the startup by several months, people familiar with the situation said. The firms developing Israel's largest natural gas fields and their Egyptian partner agreed last year to buy a 39 percent of the East Mediterranean Gas Co., which owns the sub-sea pipeline connecting southern Israel to Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, clearing the main legal obstacle to the 10-year export contract.The companies are working to reverse the flow of the pipeline, which used to carry Egyptian gas to Israel.
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