By Fiona Mullen
The Cyprus News Agency (CNA) reported this week that the cost of the EastMed pipeline from Israel to Cyprus, Crete, the Peloponnese in Greece and then Italy would be $6bn. This is close to the $5.7bn figure cited by Globes a few months ago.
CNA also said that a study presented in Brussels had found the pipeline to be commercially viable and technically feasible. Subscribers to my monthly report will have already know that I suspect the reported figure is not counting the full cost. Read full article here.