Chevron gets LNG order from Japan

The US-based oil company will supply liquefied natural gas to the Japanese island of Hokkaido.

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By way of its Singaporean subsidiary, Chevron has won a contract with Hokkaido Gas to supply liquefied natural gas to the Hokkaido region of Japan, the oil outfit informs in a press statement.

The sales and purchase deal entails Chevron delivering approximately 500,000 tonnes of LNG annually for five-year period starting from April of 2022 to a region the oil outfit calls a "key growth area".

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