Partners in the Leviathan natural gas site in Israel are said to be in talks to supply gas to a number of companies in the region.
A statement to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange showed a message from units of Delek Group which said the firms were private electricity producers and industrial companies.
It comes after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed a deal giving approval for the development of Leviathan off Israel’s Mediterranean coast.
Leviathan is estimated to have reserves of more than 600 billion cubic metres and will cost at least $6billion to develop.
Production is meant to begin between 2018 and 2020.
The development is being led by Noble Energy and Delek through Delek Drilling and Avner Oil and Gas.