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Sustainability 2013 report



Sustainability 2013 report


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19 IN PEX C O RPO RA TIO N SU STA IN A BILITY REPO RT 2013 Shimizu Sodeshi LNG Terminal Shizuoka Gas Minami Nagaoka Gas Field Project Phase Production, Transportation and Sales Natural Gas Pipeline Network approx. 1,400 kmSales to consumers in 1 metropolitan area and 7 prefecturesOverseas LNG Sources Ichthys LNG Project Abadi LNG Project Naoetsu LNG Terminal scheduled to enter operation in early 2014, LNG capacity of approx. 1.5 million tons/year Establishing a Gas Supply Chain that Organically Connects Overseas LNG with the Domestic Natural Gas Infrastructure o enhance our sustainability to supply natural gas over the medium to long term, we have been con structing Naoetsu LNG Terminal in Joetsu City, Niigata Prefecture. Upon completion, this terminal will have a storage capacity of 360,000 kiloliters of LNG, a volume equivalent to the city gas consumption of 630,000 house holds, or 70% of all households in Niigata Prefecture. Once its operations has started, the terminal will receive LNG from overseas projects in which INPEX is involved, including the Ichthys and Abadi LNG projects. The completion of this terminal will raise our capacity and our ability to provide a stable supply of natural gas. By organically connecting our overseas LNG Projects with our natural gas supply infrastructure in Japan, it will significantly contribute to a stable gas supply. T Naoetsu LNG Terminal will start full operation in early 2014, and gas supply through Toyama Line will com mence at optinum use at the end of 2014. With the completion of these facilities, a more stable supply system will be in place, allowing our domestic gas supply infrastructure for the abundant natural gas resources we have developed in Japan and overseas. Establishing a Gas Supply Chain to Secure a Stable Natural Gas Supply System over the Long Term Gas supply chain: The series of processes of natural gas business, from upstream to downstream Gas Supply Chain Part3

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