Tokuyama

Tokuyama

 

a city and port in Japan, in the southwestern part of Honshu Island, on the Inland Sea, in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Population, 105,600 (1974). Industry includes petroleum refining and the production of sodium carbonate. A shipyard is located near Tokuyama.

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The fuel cell system uses the hydrogen produced as by-product at a local caustic soda plant operated by Tokyo-based Tokuyama Corporation, which is also installing a 100kW fuel cell to provide energy and heat to a local swimming pool in Shunan.
Idemitsu will raise the crude distillation unit (CDU) capacity of its Hokkaido and Aichi refineries on March 31, government documents showed, to meet demand after the firm shuts its Tokuyama refinery.
Idemitsu Kosan currently sells a combined 60,000-70,000 mt/month of bunker fuel from its Tokuyama refinery in western Japan and Chiba refinery in Tokyo Bay, which will fall to below 60,000 mt/month after April, a company source said.
One of the most interesting generalizations of this identity is due to Tokuyama [16] who obtained a deformation involving a single free parameter t.
Hirokazu Iwasaki will resign as Corporate Officer in charge of complex and plants (Oita Complex and Kawasaki, Higashinagahara, Tokuyama, Isesaki, Tatsuno, Yokohama, Shiojiri, Chichibu, Omachi, Oyama and Kitakata plants), on January 5, and become Assistant to President on January 6.
Over 30 Japanese parliamentary members attended the event and discussed matters of mutual interest with the Minister Masahiko Komura during the luncheon conveyed his deepest appreciation to the Minister for the generous gift of two elephants to the Tokuyama zoo in Yamaguchi prefecture.
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will end refinery production at its Tokuyama refinery in Yamaguchi Prefecture in March 2014, while Cosmo Oil Co.
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The reports quoted NMIPL Managing Director Kiminobu Tokuyama as saying "I'm delighted to see Nissan achieve our highest ever monthly sales total in India.
Business Standard has reported, citing Kiminobu Tokuyama, MD and CEO for Nissan Motor India, 'We are studying the feasibility of introducing Leaf in the Indian market.