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Mitsubishi Corporation and ENEOS launch a Joint Venture for Last One Mile Delivery Business based at Gas Stations

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Thursday, January 5, 2023

Furthermore, the fact that SS tend to be already optimized to accommodate smooth inbound and outbound traffic makes them ideal logistics hubs.

Key Points: 
  • Furthermore, the fact that SS tend to be already optimized to accommodate smooth inbound and outbound traffic makes them ideal logistics hubs.
  • Using ENEOS's existing SS network should also help to minimize any additional costs associated with setting up the delivery points.
  • In the delivery industry, the growth of online shopping has increased home deliveries, which has led to greater demand for more efficient last-mile services.
  • During that time, MC aims to enhance its cross-industry DX functions and parlay real-world DX projects into greater business value.

Shonan iPark Outlines New Operational Structure to Provide Scale and Sustainable Long-Term Growth for the Ecosystem

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Wednesday, December 21, 2022

In addition, IIF and Mitsubishi Corp. have agreed to acquire a portion of the shares of the new company and together with Takeda, will oversee operations for Shonan iPark.

Key Points: 
  • In addition, IIF and Mitsubishi Corp. have agreed to acquire a portion of the shares of the new company and together with Takeda, will oversee operations for Shonan iPark.
  • The companies will collaborate to execute on a shared vision to further develop Shonan iPark and the surrounding area's ecosystem in a multifaceted manner.
  • Shonan iPark opened in April 2018 when Takeda transformed its research site into Japan's first pharma-led science park opening its doors to the world.
  • To support its aim of further developing this life science ecosystem, Shonan iPark has decided to shift to the aforementioned new management structure.

Mitsubishi Corporation awarded Hollandse Kust West Site VI Offshore Wind in the Netherlands

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Friday, December 16, 2022

TOKYO, Dec 16, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) is pleased to announce that MC, through its 80% subsidiary N.V. Eneco (Eneco), and Shell plc have been successful in the tender for the Hollandse Kust West Site VI offshore wind farm (HKW, 760MW capacity) located approximately 50 km off the northwest coast of the Netherlands.

Key Points: 
  • TOKYO, Dec 16, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) is pleased to announce that MC, through its 80% subsidiary N.V. Eneco (Eneco), and Shell plc have been successful in the tender for the Hollandse Kust West Site VI offshore wind farm (HKW, 760MW capacity) located approximately 50 km off the northwest coast of the Netherlands.
  • This will be Eneco's fifth offshore wind projects in the Netherlands, bringing the gross capacity of offshore wind 2,500MW.
  • While offshore wind power generation will play a central role in the future expansion of renewable energy, it is essential to promote it in harmony with the environment, including marine ecosystems.
  • This project will implement various measures to minimize environmental impact, and is expected to contribute to the continuous expansion of offshore wind power generation.

Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Toho Gas and Mitsubishi Collaborate to Produce e-methane in the US and Transport It to Japan, Utilizing Cameron LNG in Louisiana

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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

The targeted e-methane production volume is 130,000 tons per year1 to start in 2030.

Key Points: 
  • The targeted e-methane production volume is 130,000 tons per year1 to start in 2030.
  • This decision was made in light of accessibility to the infrastructure for feedstock procurement and high possibility of achieving early establishment of the supply chain.
  • The four companies will continue to conduct feasibility studies on other promising locations to expand its e-methane procurement capabilities for enhanced energy security of Japan.
  • (1) 130,000 tons is equivalent to 1% of the total annual city gas demand of TG, OG, and THG combined.