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Japan strives to lessen LNG supply chain's environmental burden

Partnership with Australia and ASEAN nations comes amid divestment trend

Japan, the largest consumer of liquefied natural gas, hopes to keep funds flowing to gas field development projects.

TOKYO -- Japan will collaborate with Australia and Southeast Asian nations to reduce the burden that the entire LNG supply chain puts on the environment, Nikkei has learned.

Word of the collaboration comes as some investors are beginning to act on their environmental concerns and as Japan looks to stabilize its procurement of energy resources.

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