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Osaka Gas Co Ltd (9532.T)

9532.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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20 Jun 2018
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Tue, Jun 19 2018

CORRECTED-Japan's Osaka Gas moves forward plan for restoring piped gas supplies

TOKYO, June 19 Japan's Osaka Gas Co said on Tuesday it would bring forward its schedule for restoring normal piped gas supplies to customers hit by an unplanned disruption following a magnitude 6.1 earthquake a day earlier.

Japan's Osaka Gas expects to take over a week to restore some supply after quake

TOKYO, June 18 Japan's Osaka Gas Co said it would take eight to 12 days to resume piped gas supplies to more than 110,000 customers in the Osaka region following a halt after a magnitude 6.1 earthquake shook the nation's second-biggest metropolis.

INTERVIEW-Japan's Osaka Gas may sign new long-term LNG supplies to boost trading

OSAKA, Japan, May 23 Osaka Gas may sign new long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts as Japan's second-biggest city gas supplier boosts its trading operations amid a shake-up in the Asian market for the fuel, a senior official said.

Japan's Osaka Gas to buy U.S. gas-fired power plant

* Osaka Gas Co says its unit has agreed to acquire all shares in the U.S.-based Michigan Power, a gas-fired 125-megawatt power plant, from Wolverine Power Holdings LLC, owned by Rockland Capital among others

Japan's Osaka Gas has not bought LNG to replace Papua New Guinea outage - President

TOKYO, March 15 Japan's Osaka Gas has so far not bought liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes to replace supplies from the shutdown of ExxonMobil Corp's Papua New Guinea project following a powerful earthquake in the country's remote highlands last month, its top executive said on Thursday.

Japan's Chubu Elec, Osaka Gas see no major impact from PNG LNG plant shutdown

* Japan's Osaka Gas sees no major impact on LNG procurement from the shutdown of ExxonMobil Corp's liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Papua New Guinea following a powerful earthquake in the country's remote highlands, company president Takehiro Honjo said on Tuesday

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