Four nations are planning the world's longest offshore gas pipeline

Italy, Israel, Greece, and Cyprus have signed an agreement to construct the world's longest offshore gas pipeline which will go from the eastern part of the Mediterranean to southern Europe. One purpose of the pipeline is to reduce EU dependence on Russian gas.

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Over the next eight years, Italy, Israel, Greece, and Cyprus will construct what will be become the world's longest offshore gas pipeline. The pipeline will transport gas from Israel and Cyprus to Europe, where the hope is to reduce dependence on Russian gas, reports Euractiv.

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