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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Framework
Introduction

Oil and Gas Sector Current Status

1. Demand
1.1. Demand structure for different petroleum products
1.1.1. Gasoline
1.1.2. Electricity fuels: diesel, gasoil, and fuel oil
1.1.2.1. Diesel
1.1.2.2. Gasoil
1.1.2.3. Fuel oil
1.1.3. Jet fuel
1.1.4. Bitumen
1.1.5. Liquefied petroleum gas

2. Supply
2.1. Supply structure for different petroleum products
2.1.1. Gasoline
2.1.2. Diesel
2.1.3. Gasoil, fuel oil, and bitumen
2.1.4. Jet fuel
2.1.5. Liquefied petroleum gas
2.2. Import routes
2.2.1. Pipelines
2.2.1.1. Oil pipelines
2.2.1.2. Gas pipelines
2.2.2. Maritime route
2.3. Storage
2.3.1. Public
2.3.2. Private

3. Energy Cost and Pricing
3.1. National energy bill
3.2. State price management
3.2.1. Taxes
3.2.1.1. Excise tax
3.2.1.2. Customs duty
3.2.1.3. Value Added Tax (VAT)
3.2.2. Technical margins
3.2.3. Company profits
3.2.4. Impact on the consumer

4. Distribution
4.1. Gasoline distribution market
4.2. Petrol stations
4.2.1. Company angle
4.2.2. Regulatory angle
4.2.3. Consumer angle
4.3. LPG bottling plants
4.4. Transport by truck

5. Energy Conversion
5.1. Electricity Company
5.1.1. Power stations
5.1.2. Cost of State electricity production
5.2. Private generators
5.3. State energy policies

6. Downstream Environmental Aspects
6.1. Current environmental status
6.2. The 2006 oil spill
6.3. State environmental policies
6.3.1. General policies
6.3.2. Transport sector
6.3.3. Petrol stations
6.3.4. Generators

7. Natural Gas as an Alternate Fuel
7.1. Gas-fired power plants
7.1.1. Financial advantages
7.1.2. Environmental advantages
7.2. Sources of LNG
7.3. LNG terminal
7.3.1. Onshore terminal
7.3.2. Offshore terminal
7.4. Gas distribution pipeline network
7.5. Other uses for natural gas

Prospects for the Development of Gas and Oil Reserves

8. Seismic Explorations
8.1. The eastern Mediterranean
8.2. Status in neighboring countries
8.2.1. Israel
8.2.2. Palestine
8.2.3. Cyprus
8.2.4. Turkey
8.3. Early explorations
8.4. Recent explorations
8.5. Seismic results
8.6. Blocks delineation

9. Legal Aspects
9.1. Maritime border delineation
9.1.1. International basis
9.1.2. Application in the Eastern Mediterranean
9.1.3. Border with Cyprus
9.1.4. Border with Israel
9.1.5. Border with Syria
9.2. Offshore Petroleum Resources Law
9.3. Petroleum Administration
9.4. Licensing
9.4.1. Reconnaissance licenses
9.4.2. Exploration and production license awarding process
9.4.3. Exploration and Production Agreements
9.5. Shortlisted firms
9.6.1 Prequalified operators
9.6.2 Non operators
9.6.3 Consortiums formed

10. Financial Management
10.1. Investment considerations
10.2. Upstream oil companies
10.3. Fiscal model
10.4. Sovereign wealth fund
10.5. Economic impact
10.6. Avoiding the Resource Curse
10.7. Export

11. New Stakeholders
11.1. Local staff
11.2. Downstream oil firms
11.3. Petroleum services firms
11.4. Advisory services firms
11.5. Energy-intensive industries
11.6. Natural gas feedstock industries

12. Upstream Environmental Aspects
12.1. Environmental risks of offshore drilling
12.2. International environmental legislation
12.3. National environmental legislation

Appendices
I- Capacity of Thermal Power Plants of National Electricity Company
II- Glossary of Abbreviations
III- Approximate Conversion Factors
IV- Oil and Gas Primer
A. Types of Petroleum Products
B. Natural Gas
C. Liquefied Petroleum Gas
D. Seismic Surveys
E. Exploration
F. Extraction
G. Production
H. Refining
I. Gas Pipelines
J. Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Transport
K. Trading

Directory
Import
Storage
Oil Distribution
Exploration and Drilling
Engineering and Construction
Consulting
Gas Bottling and Distribution
Pipeline Suppliers
Legal Services
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