Report summaryJapan's main hydrocarbon provinces are Hokkaido in the north, and Niigata in the west. The country's largest producing field, Minamo-Nagaoka supplies gas to Niigata and neighboring areas through an extensive pipeline network. Yufutsu, in Hokkaido, supplies Sapporo with gas via pipeline and trucked/trained LNG. Japan relies on LNG and oil imports for the vast majority of its energy needs, with several LNG import terminals along the country's coastline. Recent exploration efforts ...
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