Energean’s floating production system (FPSO) at the Karish gas field in the Mediterranean Sea. (Energean) 

Times of Israel: Israel exports crude oil for first time, with shipment heading for Europe  

Country joins ‘club of international oil exporters’ with first cargo load of hydrocarbon liquids extracted from offshore Karish natural gas field 

Israel has exported crude oil material for the first time, with a shipment headed to Europe from the country’s offshore Karish gas field, according to an announcement Tuesday by Greek gas company Energean. 

The London- and Tel Aviv-listed firm is in charge of production at the Karish and Tanin natural gas fields in Israel’s economic waters in the Mediterranean. 

In a statement Tuesday, Energean said “the first ever lifting of an Israeli crude oil cargo has taken place at the company’s Karish field,” and a cargo ship of hydrocarbon gas liquids (HGLs) extracted from natural gas (and then used in a mixture to make crude oil) was exported to global markets “for the first time in the history of Israeli oil and gas production.”  

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Israel exports oil for the first time ever after diplomatic breakthrough with Lebanon — Business Insider

Israel loads first crude oil shipment from contested oil field — Middle East Monitor

Energean exports first hydrocarbon liquids from Israeli gas fields — Jerusalem Post

Explainer: Israel is now an oil exporter with Energean deal, how significant? — Al-Monitor