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CSR Charter ⅡHarmonizing with the Environment and Contributing to Realizing a Sustainable Society

Environmental Performance DataThird-Party verification completed. Osaka Gas underwent a third party verification by Bureau Veritas Japan CO., Ltd.

Aspects Determined as Materiality

  • 9 Emissions
FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
No. of Affiliated
Companies* of which data compiled
77 77 74 69 65
* Affiliated Companies (64 companies)
Of Osaka Gas's 150 consolidated subsidiaries, 64 companies are subject to the calculation of GHG emissions. Those housed in office buildings as tenants and whose environmental data are difficult to grasp and whose environmental effects are minimal are not subject to such calculation. Also excluded from the calculation are overseas companies whose environmental impacts are minimal. However, the aggregate number of companies may differ by fiscal year and by item due to company mergers and others.

Energy Consumption

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Consumption of non-renewable energy (GJ)*1 71,159,358 75,174,532 73,014,982 72,907,137 76,985,661
  Osaka Gas 4,803,003 4,911,551 4,032,098 3,512,300 4,505,103
  LNG terminal 1,450,495 1,356,446 1,382,952 1,416,583 1,425,397
Power plant 2,416,848 2,588,527 1,678,915 1,196,818 2,208,411
District heating and cooling 240,289 238,031 224,111 200,942 202,735
Offices 695,371 728,546 746,120 697,958 668,559
Affiliates 66,356,355 70,262,981 68,982,884 69,394,837 72,480,558
  Power generation 60,161,876 64,212,084 64,143,691 64,020,698 67,035,359
District heating and cooling 3,172,583 2,997,746 2,004,798 1,915,729 1,982,347
Other 3,021,896 3,053,151 2,834,395 3,458,410 3,462,852
Electricity and fuel consumption Electricity consumption
(1,000 kWh)
496,756 477,123 412,186 443,634 419,049
Osaka Gas 131,845 123,001 132,257 136,368 117,057
  LNG terminal 92,407 85,750 93,199 98,040 80,286
Power plant 807 780 961 1,046 802
District heating and cooling 3,932 3,347 3,082 2,876 2,938
Offices 34,699 33,124 35,015 34,406 33,032
Affiliates 364,911 354,122 279,929 307,266 301,992
  Power generation 21,067 27,020 12,737 12,613 10,749
District heating and cooling 118,762 101,895 54,532 51,531 49,695
Other 225,082 225,207 212,660 243,121 241,548
City gas consumption
(1,000 m³)
1,239,843 1,336,829 1,303,807 1,314,685 1,408,603
Osaka Gas*2 82,599 87,510 63,781 50,092 79,427
  LNG terminal 12,640 12,156 10,908 10,376 15,156
Power plant 58,895 63,099 40,815 29,007 53,800
District heating and cooling 4,469 4,548 4,297 3,828 3,854
Offices 6,595 7,707 7,761 6,881 6,616
Affiliates 1,157,244 1,249,319 1,240,026 1,264,593 1,329,176
  Power generation 1,104,185 1,196,572 1,200,187 1,220,458 1,282,327
District heating and cooling 44,181 43,722 32,138 30,703 32,664
Other 8,878 9,026 7,700 13,432 14,186
Other fuel consumption (coal, heavy oil, etc.) (GJ) 10,549,845 10,416,274 10,305,594 9,323,499 9,554,074
Osaka Gas 9,418 1,876 5,116 11,998 2,380
  LNG terminal 9,418 1,572 4,836 11,706 2,070
Power plant 0 0 0 0 0
District heating and cooling 0 0 0 0 0
Offices 0 303 279 292 310
Affiliates 10,540,427 10,414,398 10,300,478 9,311,501 9,551,695
  Power generation 10,262,860 10,096,328 10,007,558 8,973,715 9,222,760
District heating and cooling 305 14,247 14,874 20,310 17,017
Other 277,262 303,824 278,046 317,476 311,917
Vehicle fuel consumption Gasoline (kl) 2,912 2,894 2,767 2,633 2,509
Osaka Gas 1,016 1,024 967 917 878
  LNG terminal 1 2 2 2 2
Other 1,015 1,022 965 915 876
Affiliates 1,895 1,870 1,801 1,716 1,632
  Power generation 5 4 6 6 6
District heating and cooling 3 4 0 0 0
Other 1,888 1,862 1,795 1,710 1,625
City (natural) gas consumption (1,000 m³ ) 422 370 304 256 181
Osaka Gas 376 329 279 238 167
  LNG terminal 12 11 11 12 12
Other 364 318 268 226 155
Affiliates 47 40 25 18 14
  Power generation 0 0 0 0 0
District heating and cooling 0 0 0 0 0
Other 47 40 25 18 14
Diesel oil (kl) 678 676 575 748 738
Osaka Gas 34 43 57 87 106
  LNG terminal 3 3 2 3 2
Other 31 40 55 84 104
Affiliates 645 633 518 661 632
  Power generation 13 13 14 11 14
District heating and cooling 0 0 0 0 0
Other 632 620 504 650 618
LPG (1,000 m³ ) 65 65 71 270 232
Osaka Gas 0 0 0 0 0
  LNG terminal 0 0 0 0 0
Other 0 0 0 0 0
Affiliates 65 65 71 270 232
  Power generation 0 0 0 0 0
District heating and cooling 0 0 0 0 0
Other 65 65 71 270 232
Heavy oil, etc. (GJ) 3,008 1,435 0 0 0
Osaka Gas 0 0 0 0 0
  LNG terminal 0 0 0 0 0
Other 0 0 0 0 0
Affiliates 3,008 1,435 0 0 0
  Power generation 0 0 0 0 0
District heating and cooling 0 0 0 0 0
Other 3,008 1,435 0 0 0
Reduction of energy consumption (GJ)*3
+: Reduction; -: Increase
Osaka Gas -127,527 -108,548 879,453 519,798 -992,803
  LNG terminal 113,952 94,049 -26,506 -33,631 -8,814
Power plant -307,424 -171,679 909,613 482,097 -1,011,593
District heating and cooling 16,616 2,257 13,921 23,169 -1,794
Offices 49,329 -33,175 -17,574 48,163 29,398
*1 Calculation of energy consumption
Per-unit calorific values listed below are used in calculating the energy being used.
  Purchased
electricity
Gas Gas
before
calorific
value
adjustment
process
Gasoline Diesel oil LPG LNG Heavy
fuel
oil A
Kerosene Coal
Per unit calorific value 9.97
GJ/1,000 kWh
45
GJ/1,000 Nm³
40.9
GJ/1,000 Nm³
34.6
GJ/kl
37.7
GJ/kl
104.3
GJ/1,000 m³
54.6
GJ/t
39.1
GJ/kl
36.7
GJ/kl
25.7
GJ/t
Purchased electric power: Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act on the Rational Use of Energy
City gas: based on data released by Osaka Gas
Other fuels: based on laws and ordinances instituted to promote measures to combat global warming
*2 Amount of city gas used
Includes gas before calorific value adjustment.
*3 Calculation of reduction in energy consumption
Representing gap from previous year

Atmospheric Emissions

Greenhouse gas emissions (Scope 1 and 2)

Greenhouse gases subject to calculation are CO2 and methane. Other greenhouse gases (N2O, HFCs, PFCs, SF6 and NF3) are not emitted.

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2017
by Scope
Reference
Scope 1 Scope 2
GHG emissions*1
(1,000 t-CO2e)
4,137 4,335 4,203 4,164 4,363 4,090 273 Reference
  Osaka Gas 281 287 240 212 259 183 76
  LNG terminal 93 88 90 93 88 35 52
Power plant 132 141 92 65 120 120 1
District heating and cooling 14 13 12 11 11 9 2
Offices 42 45 46 43 40 18 21
Affiliates 3,856 4,048 3,963 3,952 4,104 3,907 197
  Power generation 3,476 3,679 3,666 3,622 3,783 3,776 7
District heating and cooling 183 171 112 107 108 75 33
Other 197 198 185 224 214 57 157
GHG emission for comparison*2 (1,000 t-CO2e)
Reference: grasping of the situation (1,000 t-CO2e)
4,017 4,248 4,141 4,089 4,283 4,090 194
  Osaka Gas 249 265 218 185 239 183 56
  LNG terminal 70 73 75 73 75 35 40
Power plant 132 141 92 65 120 120 0
District heating and cooling 13 12 11 10 10 9 2
Offices 34 39 40 36 33 18 15
Affiliates 3,768 3,983 3,923 3,904 4,045 3,907 138
  Power generation 3,471 3,671 3,672 3,619 3,781 3,776 5
District heating and cooling 155 153 103 97 98 75 23
Other 143 159 149 188 167 57 110

Greenhouse gas emissions (Scope 3)

Calculation of Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions started in FY2016, covering the Osaka Gas Group's entire value chain.

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Greenhouse gas emissions (Scope 3) (1,000 t-CO2e) - - - 27,926 31,764
Category 1 Purchased goods and services - - - 556 535
Category 2 Capital goods - - - 350 268
Category 3 Fuel procurement - - - 4,475 5,091
Category 4 Transportation (upstream) - - - 4 4
Category 5 Waste generated - - - 55 55
Category 6 Business travel - - - 3 2
Category 7 Commuting - - - 10 9
Category 8 Leased assets (upstream) - - - - -
Category 9 Transportation (downstream) - - - 22 22
Category 10 Processing of products - - - - -
Category 11 Use of products - - - 22,017 25,297
Category 12 Product disposal - - - 0.02 0.07
Category 13 Leased assets (downstream) - - - 373 383
Category 14 Franchises - - - 62 96
Category 15 Investments - - - - -
FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Reference
Methane emission*3 (t-CH4) 120 107 98 95 79
  Osaka Gas 116 103 94 92 75
Affiliates 4 4 4 3 4
Nitrogen oxide emission
(t-NOx)
674 731 711 747 585
  Osaka Gas 24 21 15 11 22
Affiliates 650 710 696 736 563
Sulfur oxide emission (t-SOx) 114 145 120 104 103
  Osaka Gas 0 0 0 0 0
Affiliates 114 145 120 104 103

Figures in the table do not appear to add up to the totals due to rounding.

*1 Calculation of CO2 emissions
The following emission coefficients are used to calculate CO2 emissions.
  Purchased
electricity
Gas Gas before
calorific
value
adjustment
process
Gasoline Diesel
oil
LPG LNG Heavy
fuel
oil
A
Kerosene Coal
Emission factor * 0.65 or 0.69 t-CO2 / 1,000 kWh 2.29
t-CO2 / 1000 Nm³
2.23
t-CO2 / 1000 Nm³
2.32
t-CO2 / kl
2.58
t-CO2 / kl
6.17
t-CO2 / 1000 m³
2.7
t-CO2 / t
2.71
t-CO2 / kl
2.49
t-CO2 / kl
2.33
t-CO2 / t
* CO2 emissions of purchased electricity subject to control are calculated using the average factor of thermal power plants so that the Osaka Gas Group can precisely assess how the reduction of purchased electricity has contributed to a reduction in CO2 emissions.
Emission factor used for calculation of emission in FY2017: 0.65 t-CO2/1,000 kWh stipulated in the Interim Summary by Target Achievement Scenario Subcommittee of the Global Environment Committee, Central Environment Council (July 2001)
Emission factor used for calculation of emission in FY2017: 0.69 t-CO2/1,000 kWh stipulated in the Plan for Global Warming Countermeasures adopted at the Cabinet meeting in May 2016
*2 GHG emission for comparison
For the calculation of the yearly CO2 emissions of purchased electricity, the emission figures through FY2015 of the Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. is used (e.g., the CO2 emission factor of FY2016 is calculated based on the emissions during FY2015). The yearly CO2 emissions of purchased electricity is calculated by multiplying the year's electricity consumption by the year's emission factor, which means the emission factor used for the calculation varies from year to year. The figures for FY2016 are calculated by multiplying the usage volume for each electric power company by the emission coefficient for that company, in accordance with the agreements signed with multiple electric power companies.
Therefore, the year-to-year difference in CO2 emissions does not necessarily reflect the effect of emission control measures.
The effective emission factor is used as the emission factor to ascertain actual emissions due to electricity use. (reference: The adjusted emission factor, which reflects the Kyoto Protocol's credit scheme, is used in the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Calculation and Reporting System.)
*3 Calculation of methane emission
Methane emission is calculated using GHG coefficient 25. (Reference: IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories 2012)

Water Withdrawal and Discharge

Water withdrawal

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Reference
Total water withdrawal (1,000 m³ ) 630,097 620,084 607,553 536,395 601,066 Osaka Gas

affiliates
Tap water, industrial water withdrawal (1,000 m³ ) 10,314 11,104 10,839 10,549 11,127
  Osaka Gas 1,627 1,710 1,825 1,464 1,525
  LNG terminal 1,261 1,356 1,471 1,105 1,166
Other 366 354 354 360 359
Affiliates 8,686 9,394 9,014 9,085 9,602
  Power generation 6,841 7,489 7,486 7,429 7,856
District heating and cooling 710 745 535 502 517
Other 1,138 1,160 993 1,154 1,229
Groundwater withdrawal (1,000 m³ ) 2,085 2,211 1,985 3,553 3,475
  Osaka Gas 0 0 0 0 0
Affiliates 2,085 2,211 1,985 3,533 3,475
Sea water withdrawal (1,000 m³ ) 617,698 606,769 594,729 522,294 586,464
  Osaka Gas 407,192 396,277 399,885 390,721 398,016
Affiliates 210,505 210,492 194,844 131,573 188,448

Water discharge (not subject to third-party verification)

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Reference
Water discharge (1,000 m³ ) 624,294 613,865 601,096 529,540 591,403 Osaka Gas

affiliates
Discharged to municipal sewage system (1,000 m³ ) 1,890 1,853 1,639 1,775 1,788
  Osaka Gas 415 412 407 415 412
Affiliates 1,475
1,442 1,232 1,360 1,377
Discharged to rivers
(1,000 m³ )
2,412 2,638 1,781 3,029 1,257
  Osaka Gas 0 0 0 0 0
Affiliates 2,412 2,638 1,781 3,029 1,257
Discharged to sea (1,000 m³ ) 619,992 609,373 597,676 524,736 588,358
  Osaka Gas 408,253 397,407 401,112 391,629 398,994
Affiliates 211,738 211,966 196,564 133,107 189,364

COD (LNG terminal)

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
COD (t) 2.32 3.10 3.24 2.20 2.55

Chemical Substances

Chemical substances produced by Osaka Gas that are subject to reporting under the PRTR law (LNG terminals)

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
VOC Xylene (tons/year)
  Handled 2.11 1.70 1.90 5.33 0.94
Released 2.11 1.70 1.90 5.33 0.94
Transferred 0 0 0 0 0
Toluene (tons/year)
  Handled 0.03 0.14 0.21 0.67 0.03
Released 0.03 0.14 0.21 0.67 0.03
Transferred 0 0 0 0 0

Chemical substances produced by Osaka Gas affiliates that are subject to reporting under the PRTR Law

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
VOC Xylene (tons/year)
  Handled 0.50 0.04 0.07 12.73 0.11
Released 0.49 0.04 0.07 1.26 0.08
Released 0 0 0 0.02 0.03
Toluene (tons/year)
  Handled 245 196 26 29 28
Released 0.18 0 0 0 0.03
Transferred 0 171 0 0 0.04
Zinc compounds (water-soluble) (t/year) Handled 537 520 623 439 0.03
Released 4 2 2 2 1
Transferred 0 0 0 0 0

Waste

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Reference
General waste (tons) Generated 1,507 1,404 1,292 1,217 1,200 Osaka Gas

affiliates
Osaka Gas 848 831 789 707 640
  LNG terminal 39 38 43 43 37
Other 810 794 746 664 603
Affiliates 659 573 503 509 560
  Power generation 5 5 5 8 7
District heating and cooling 3 3 2 9 8
Other 650 565 496 492 545
Final disposal 138 110 110 104 112
Osaka Gas 26 23 18 17 17
  LNG terminal 1 1 1 1 1
Other 26 23 17 16 16
Affiliates 112 87 92 87 95
  Power generation 0 0 0 1 0
District heating and cooling 1 1 1 1 1
Other 110 86 91 85 94
Recycling rate 9% 8% 9% 9% 6%
Osaka Gas 3% 3% 2% 2% 3%
  LNG terminal 2% 2% 2% 2% 3%
Other 3% 3% 2% 2% 3%
Affiliates 17% 15% 18% 17% 8%
  Power generation 6% 6% 8% 13% 4%
District heating and cooling 29% 28% 58% 10% 8%
Other 17% 15% 18% 17% 8%
Industrial waste (tons) Generated 86,998 84,620 82,578 81,097 92,711 Osaka Gas

affiliates
Osaka Gas 3,837 3,466 2,873 3,114 2,865
  LNG terminal 242 191 168 232 162
Other 3,594 3,275 2,705 2,882 2,703
Affiliates 83,161 81,155 79,705 77,983 89,846
  Power generation 41,723 39,624 41,634 42,705 51,592
District heating and cooling 256 129 65 100 510
Other 41,182 41,401 38,006 35,177 37,745
Final disposal 4,145 3,782 3,947 2,864 4,310
Osaka Gas 72 42 36 27 18
  LNG terminal 1 2 0 1 0
Other 71 40 35 26 18
Affiliates 4,073 3,741 3,911 2,837 4,292
  Power generation 474 625 556 729 567
District heating and cooling 203 53 32 43 15
Other 3,396 3,063 3,323 2,065 3,709
Recycling rate 5% 4% 5% 4% 5%
Osaka Gas 2% 1% 1% 1% 1%
  LNG terminal 1% 1% 0% 0% 0%
Other 2% 1% 1% 1% 1%
Affiliates 5% 5% 5% 4% 5%
  Power generation 1% 2% 1% 2% 1%
District heating and cooling 50% 50% 50% 43% 3%
Other 9% 9% 9% 6% 10%
Used gas appliances, etc. (Osaka Gas)
  (1) Collected (tons) 2,503 2,363 2,330 2,232 1,719
(2) Recycled (tons) 2,207 1,947 1,970 1,927 1,501
(3) Final disposal ((1)-(2)) 297 415 359 305 219
(4) Recycling rate ((2)/(1)) 88% 82% 85% 86% 87%
Polyethylene pipes (Osaka Gas)
  Collected (tons) 191 215 198 200 201
Recycled (tons) 191 215 198 200 201
Recycling rate 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Excavated soil (Osaka Gas)
  (1) Distance of installation

works (km)

630 599 553 549 517
(2) Estimated amount of

soil generated using conventional method*1(10,000 tons)

145 139 131 130 120
(3) Reduced (10,000 tons) 60 55 51 51 49
(4) Generated ((2)−(3))

(10,000 tons)

85 84 80 80 71
(5) Recycled (10,000 tons) 80 75 70 71 63
(6) Recycling rate ((5)/(4)) 94% 90% 88% 89% 89%
(7) Utilized*2 (10,000 tons) 4 8 9 8 7
(8) Final disposal

((4)−(5)−(7))
(10,000 tons)

0.7 1.0 1.2 1.1 1
(9) Final disposal rate

( (8)/(4) )

0.8% 1.2% 1.5% 1.3% 1.4%
Copy paper (10,000 sheets)
  Osaka Gas 4,734 4,544 4,222 4,074 3,938
Affiliates 5,945 5,962 5,601 4,992 5,826

Figures in the table do not appear to add up to the totals due to rounding.

*1 Estimated amount of soil generated
The amount that is believed to be generated when doing pipe installation without using current methods for reducing the amount of excavated soil. The difference between this figure and the actual amount generated is the reduced amount.
*2 Amount utilized
The amount used outside of Osaka Gas, such as for improving farmland soil. Final disposal is the amount generated minus the amount recycled and the amount utilized.

Environmental Impact Reduction (Osaka Gas)

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Reference
Utilization of LNG cryogenic energy (1,000 tons) 3,874 3,956 3,925 3,499 4,055
  Cryogenic power generation 2,236 2,279 2,274 2,089 2,242
Expansion turbine 1,159 1,184 1,170 981 1,245
BOG re-liquefaction 480 493

481

429 568
CO2 emission reduction at customer sites* (1,000 tons - CO2) 57.2 74.7 94.3 102.4 112.2
* Calculating CO2 emissions
Since FY2013, with FY2009 as the base year, the amount of CO2 curbed is a result of employing high-efficiency equipment and systems at commercial / industrial customers as well as residential customers.

Environmental Management Indicators (Osaka Gas)

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Reference
Environmental management efficiency (yen / 1,000 m³ ) 59.3 54.3 60.0 59.1 52.5
Monetary value of environmental impact reduction (billion yen) 0.46 0.52 0.46 0.42 0.53
Environmental impact reduction efficiency (yen/1,000 m³ ) 54 61 56 53 62

Gas Sales by Volume (Osaka Gas)

FY 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Reference
Gas sales by volume (million m³ ) 8,503 8,524 8,259 8,021 8,662

List of Affiliated Companies of Which Environmental Performance Data Aggregated (FY2017)

Of Osaka Gas's 150 consolidated subsidiaries, 64 companies are subject to the calculation of GHG emissions. Those housed in office buildings as tenants and whose environmental data are difficult to grasp and whose environmental effects are minimal are not subject to such calculation. Also excluded from the calculation are overseas companies whose environmental impacts are minimal. However, the aggregate number of companies may differ by fiscal year and by item due to company mergers and others.

(As of March 31, 2017)

Affiliates No. of companies Company names
Energy Resources & International Business Unit 1 Marinas Energy Co. LLC
LNG Terminal & Power Generation Business Unit 14 Gas and Power Co., Ltd., Nakayama Joint Power Generation Co., Ltd., Nakayama Nagoya Joint Power Generation Co., Ltd., Hirogawa Myojinyama Wind Farm Co., Hayama Wind Farm, Yura Wind Farm Development, Hizen Wind Farm, Hirao Wind Farm, Senboku Natural Gas Power Generation, Osaka Gas Liquid Co., Ltd., Cold Air Products Co. Ltd., Cryo-Air Co. Ltd., Kinki Carbonic Co., Ltd., Gasnet Co. Ltd.
Pipeline Business Unit 2 Kinpai Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas Renotech Co., Ltd.
Residential Energy Business Unit 18 Living Maintenance Service Hokuto Co., Ltd., Living Maintenance Service Osaka Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas Cooking School Co., Ltd., Create Kansai Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas Customer Relations Co., Ltd., Aqua Brain Co., Ltd., Kansai Business Information Inc., Osaka Gas Housing & Equipment Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas Security Service Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas LPG Co., Ltd., Nissho Petroleum Gas Corporation, Nissho Propane Sekiyu Co., Ltd. Nissho Gas Supply Co., Ltd., Nagano Propane Gas Co., Ltd., Daiya Nensho Co Ltd., Ehime Nissho Propane Co., Ltd., Enes Carry Corp., Kochi Nissho Inc.
Commercial & Industrial Energy Business Unit 9 OGCTS Co., Ltd., G & M Energy Service Co., Ltd., Ashiyahama Energy Service Co., Ltd., Rokko Island Energy Service Co., Ltd., Enetec Kyoto Co., Ltd., Enetec Osaka Co., Ltd., Nabari Kintetsu Gas Co., Ltd., Toyooka Energy Co., Ltd., Shingu Gas Ltd.
Group Headquarters 8 OG Sports Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas Autoservice Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas Finance Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas Business Create Co., Ltd., Active Life Inc., KRI, Inc., Osaka Gas Engineering Co., Ltd., i-support Co., Ltd.
Osaka Gas Urban Development Group 3 Osaka Gas Urban Development Co., Ltd., Osaka Gas Facilities Corp., Kyoto Research Park Co., Ltd.,
OGIS Research Institute Group 6 OGIS-RI Co., Ltd., Sakura Information Systems Co., Ltd., SIS Techno-Service Co., Ltd., JOE Corp., Ltd., Ube Information Systems Inc., System Answer Inc.
Osaka Gas Chemicals Group 3 Osaka Gas Chemicals Co., Ltd., Minabe Chemical Industries Ltd., Mizusawa Industrial Chemicals, Ltd.
Total 64

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Materiality
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