Shell delivers carbon-neutral LNG to Osaka Gas
Shell on July 6 said it had delivered a carbon-neutral LNG cargo to Japanese utility Osaka Gas. It had signed a deal with Brunei LNG for the purchase of this cargo.
The cargo, which was delivered at the Senboku LNG terminal in Japan, is the first carbon-neutral LNG cargo for both Brunei LNG and Osaka Gas.
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With this cargo, Osaka Gas will be able to supply carbon-neutral gas to commercial and industrial customers in Japan, Shell said. Osaka Gas in a separate statement said it will begin supplying carbon-neutral gas to domestic customers from August 1. The utility has signed supply agreements with Koatsu Chemical industries, Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Nesta Resort Co. and Rock Field Co.
Osaka Gas will also start to wholesale carbon neutral city gas and LNG to other gas utilities: Okayama Gas Co., Shikoku Gas Co., Shingu Gas Co. and Daiwa Gas Co.