|Mr. Kunio Anzai, Chairman, the Japan Gas Association (JGA) would like to say a few words at the start of the "JGA Newsletter".
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|Country Report from the Senior Managing Director
Mr. Haruki Takahashi, Senior Managing Director, JGA, gave a country report which highlighted the current situation and future prospects of Japan's gas industry at GASEX 2004 which took place in Singapore from May 31 to June 3.
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|JGA Awards for Outstanding Research and Development
On June 10, JGA commended the 17 projects and three papers which greatly contributed to the continued progress in the research and development of Japan's gas industry.
This newsletter introduces the summary of the following projects and paper:
|Gas Pavilion for EXPO 2005 Aichi
JGA, under the cooperation with gas utilities nationwide, is currently preparing the "Gas Pavilion" for the 2005 World Exposition in Aichi.
|Keiyo Gas: Intensive Efforts for R&D
Keiyo Gas has made intensive efforts in the research and development for further benefits of customers over the past years. Their efforts have produced a number of successful achievements. Among others, Keiyo Gas has won JGA's R&D Awards for five consecutive years since 2000.
This newsletter will introduce the company's dedications and highlight "The Transition Branch Joint for Steel Pipes", which was awarded by JGA this year.
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