In January 2007, Turkey and Israel have tentatively agreed on building a network of pipelines to convey oil, natural gas and water from Turkey to Israel. A pipeline already carrying Russian natural gas to Turkey will be extended to Israel. Turkey and Russia have agreed to extend a pipeline from the Black Sea port of Samsun to Turkey's Ceyhan oil terminaland then to Israel. The same line could also convey Iraqi oil or Caspian oil. Turkey would also build the pipeline to sell Turkish water to Israel.
Technical problems are abundant. The Eastern Mediterranean has strong marine currents. It is doubtful that Lebanon and Syria will agree to the pipeline running in their territorial waters. The economic structure of the project is doubtful, regarding the water pipeline, I know it is economically not feasible.