The Tamar platform arrives in Israel.
First gas flows from Tamar. Israel enters a new era of energy independence. Karish (1.8TCF) and Tamar SW (0.9TCF) are discovered offshore Israel.
Delek Group increases its focus on E&P activities and the divestment of its non-core assets.
Delek Group begins an international strategic expansion process, taking a first step by acquiring 20% of Ithaca Energy, a North Sea oil and gas operator. The Aphrodite well is declared commercially viable.
The Natural Gas Framework is approved by the Israeli government. Delek sells its holdings in the Tanin and Karish fields and is instructed to sell Tamar within 6 years.
Delek signs an offtaker agreement in September 2016 for the export of natural gas from Leviathan to NEPCO, the national electric company of Jordan.
FID for the development of Leviathan’s Phase 1A sanctioned by the Leviathan Partners. Delek acquires remaining shares of Ithaca Energy to achieve 100% ownership.