Refining, Japan Oil and Gas

Memorandum on supply of Amur methanol signed with Japanese companies

Marubeni (Japan) plans to sell products of the methanol plant under construction in Skovorodino, Amur region, in the international market, and the Mitsui & Co (Japan) group can support the proj

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Japan wants to modernize Uzbekistan's gas pipelines. And that’s not all

The heads of the leading Japanese companies Itochu Corporation and Marubeni Corporation are interested in the modernization of the gas transportation system of Uzbekistan.

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Companies from Russia and Japan decide to build a chemical plant in Ust-Kut together

An agreement on the joint construction of a polymer plant in Ust-Kut was igned by the Irkutsk oil company and Japanese engineering company Toyo Engineering Corporation at the Eastern e

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Russian-Japanese investment fund to take part in creation of chemical cluster

The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), a sovereign fund of the Russian Federation, announces the joining of the Russian-Japanese Investment Fund (established by the RDIF, Japan Bank for Interna

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Japanese Itochu to establish activities in the oil and gas sector of Uzbekistan.

The Japanese Itochu Corporation may invest into methanol to olefins (MTO) processing projects in Uzbekistan, the press service of Uzbekneftegaz reports.

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Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ head reports G.Berdymukhamedov about implementation of joint projects in Turkmenistan

President G. Berdymukhamedov received president of Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd for energy system and industrial development T. Watanabe.

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Uzbekistan is preparing to receive a delegation from Japanese Kawasaki to discuss a major gas chemical project.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd could take part in the construction of a gas-to-gasoline (GTG) plant in Uzbekistan, Uzbekneftegaz reported on April 16, 2018.

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Export of Russian oil and liquefied natural gas to Japan grew by 26.6% in 2017

In 2017, Russia significantly strengthened trade relations with Japan: the growth of imports made up 21.5%, exports - 26.6%. Such data was provided by the Japanese Ministry of Finance.

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