JAPAN'S Osaka Gas Co. plans to build a 700-800 billion yen ($5.6-6.4 billion), 4 million metric ton/year, liquefied natural gas complex at Tsuruga on the Sea of Japan by 2010. The project will include more than a dozen storage tanks and a regasification plant. An LNG tanker berth is to be built at Tsuruga Port, and a gas pipeline is planned to connect the complex to Kyoto.

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