Israel’s gas output leapt by 25% to a record 2.143bn cfd for Q3 as the giant 22.7tcf Leviathan field produced a record 1.085bn cfd, the closest it has come to its 1.2bn cfd Phase 1A capacity since coming online at the end of 2019 (MEES, 3 January 2020). Meanwhile, Israel’s second field, 10.5tcf Tamar, was not far behind on a 2-year high 1.058bn cfd, making Q3 the first time that both fields have produced above 1bn cfd on a quarterly basis (see chart 1).