Disrupted: the flow of gas from Egypt to Israel after saboteurs blew up a metering station
AP PHOTO/PETER DEJONG
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By News Wires
07 February 2011 05:56 GMT
Ampal-American Israel Corporation said East Mediterranean Gas’ (EMG) pipeline from El-Arish, Egypt, to Ashkelon, Israel, is intact and was not damaged by an explosion at a gas metering station in Egypt.
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