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  • Oil and gas in the capitals

    Dr. A. F. Alhajji, Contributing Editor, Middle East

    Go nuclear, export more oil and gas, and transport renewable energy from Africa to Europe. No joke: Egypt is repositioning itself to be one of the biggest energy hubs in the world. Arab energy integration is moving forward. Believe it. Notorious for their failed attempts to integrate and tendency to disintegrate, and for their chronic disagreements, various Arab countries envision energy integration as the way to the future. Some of the most successful integration projects in recent Arab history are the Arab Gas Pipeline and electrical grid connections. If energy supplies are cut off, who can block the sun, especially in the Middle East? Go solar. This is for real. As Israel continues its weeks-long restriction of fuel into the Gaza Strip and debates cutting electrical power, Palestinians are going solar. Sixty-five percent of Palestinian homes use solar power for water heating...

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