TIPLINE

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TIPLINETrans-Israel Pipeline (Eilat to Ashkelon)
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Viewed by many as Israel's greatest ecological disaster, approximately 20,000 barrels of crude oil gushed from a breach in the Trans-Israel pipeline, contaminating the soil, threatening plants and wildlife, and affecting the health of and hospitalizing over 80 people in Israel and Jordan.
At the heart of the deal stood the construction of a trans-Israel pipeline from Eilat to Ashkelon, as well as two oil storage facilities and a fleet of tankers.
The Trans-Israel pipeline was built in 1957 to transfer oil from Iran to Europe, but today is used to transfer oil between Ashkelon and Eilat.
The Ashkelon-Eilat pipeline, also known as the Trans-Israel pipeline or Tipline, has been functioning for several years.
The Ashkelon-Eilat pipeline, known as the Trans-Israel Pipeline (Tipline), has been functioning for several years.
Ashkelon-Eilat, known as the Trans-Israel Pipeline (Tipline), has been functioning for several years.
The Trans-Israel Pipeline from Ashkelon to Eilat is the real target of the increased Grad rocket fire on Ashkelon and nearby coastal areas, military sources tell DEBKAfile.