Managing Israeli Natural Gas Revenues to Protect Domestic Energy Security, Innovation, and Future Generations
For more than half a century, hydrocarbon deposits have enriched many middle-eastern countries beyond measure. But geology didn't favor all spots equally, and Israel pretty much came up dry. The closest they came to oil gushers was the dark mud of the Dead Sea. So development shifted elsewhere: to tourism, high tech, and sustained investments into alternative energy.
Moving beyond mud