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Osaka Gas

Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.
Native name
kabushiki gaisha
Traded as
Industry Energy Producer and Services Provider
Founded Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan (April 15, 1897 (1897-04-15))
Headquarters Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan
Key people
Hiroshi Ozaki (President)
Products Liquified Natural Gas, Energy
  • ¥1,294,781 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥1,187,142 million (2011)
  • ¥77,274 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥88,584 million (2011)
  • ¥45,207 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥45,968 million (2011)
Total assets
  • ¥1,475,759 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥1,437,297 million (2011)
Total equity
  • ¥708,904 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥688,695 million (2011)
Number of employees
  • 19,818 (2012)
  • 19,360 (2011)
Website .html/
Footnotes / references
  1. ^ a b c d e "Financial Statement (Year ended on March 31, 2012)" (PDF). Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. April 26, 2012. Retrieved November 5, 2012. 

Osaka Gas Co.,Ltd. (大阪瓦斯株式会社 Ōsaka Gasu Kabushiki-gaisha), commonly written as 大阪ガス, is a Japanese gas company based in Osaka, Japan. It supplies gas to the Kansai region, especially Keihanshin area.

Osaka Gas Building
1-2, Hiranomachi Yonchome, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan


  • Overview 1
  • Affiliates 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Service area : 3,220 km², 68 million households.
Annual gas sales : 8,5 billion m³.
Pipeline : 56,500km in Japan.
The company owns upstream oil and gas assets in . Oman LNG in Qalhat and [1]
It also owns pipeline and power assets internationally.[2]


  • Osaka Gas Australia Pty Ltd [3]
  • Osaka Gas Engineering Company Limited
  • Osaka Gas Chemical Company Limited
  • Senboku Power Fuel Company Limited
  • Osaka Gas Energy America[4]


  1. ^ [2]
  2. ^ C-Direct Japan
  3. ^
  4. ^

External links

  • Osaka Gas Official Website
  • Acquisition of Interest in Qalhat LNG Project
  • Acquisition of Interest in Crux project in Australia
  • Australian Pipe & Power Business
  • Participation in Gorgon LNG Project
  • Participation in Hallet 4 Wind Farm project
  • Gorgon project

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