Japan eyes BC gas to diversify energy
Chubu Electric, Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas each take 7.5% stake in Cordova Embayment; C$1 billion raised; goal diversification of imports
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British Columbia gas owners are among the first beneficiaries of Japan’s moves to offset the loss of nuclear power in its energy mix.
Three Japanese utilities — Chubu Electric, Tokyo Gas and Osaka Gas — are each taking a 7.5 percent stake in Calgary-based Penn West Energy’s shale gas project in the....
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