Hokuriku Electric Power Company


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Q3 2020 Hokuriku Electric Power Co Earnings Release

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Japan's Top Utility Companies To Set Up National Supplementary Power Capacity Market - Nikkei

R&I affirms Hokuriku Electric Power's rating at "A+" and announces negative outlook -R&I

Tepco, two other utilities partner on nuclear safety - Nikkei


About Hokuriku Electric Power Company

Hokuriku Electric Power Company is a Japan-based company engaged in supply of electricity mainly to Toyama Prefecture, Ishikawa Prefecture, Fukui Prefecture and part of Gifu Prefecture. The Company is mainly engaged in general electricity business, such as supply of electricity. The segment is also engaged in the maintenance of power equipment, power related facility operation and management business, equipment maintenance and construction work business, manufacture and sale of materials and equipment, management and service of real estate, commercial business as well as information and communication business. The materials and equipment business is mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of power products and equipment, such as concrete products, electricity meters, switches and transformers. The real estate management business includes the energy solution business, rental and management business of real estate, as well as staffing business.


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Contact Info

15-1, Ushijima-cho


Executive Leadership

Susumu Kyuwa

Chairman of the Board, Representative Director

Yutaka Kanai

President, Executive President, Representative Director

Shiro Ojima

Executive Vice President, Vice President, Chief Director of Sales, Representative Director

Nobuhiko Ishiguro

Executive Vice President, Vice President, Chief Director of Community Symbiosis, Chief Director of Nuclear Power, Representative Director

Koichi Mizuno

Executive Vice President, Vice President, Chief Director of Power Transmission & Distribution Business, Representative Director

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2.60 mean rating - 5 analysts
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Tokyo Electric to give financial help to Japan Atomic Power

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings said on Monday it would provide financial support to Japan Atomic Power Co (Japco) to help it take safety measures needed to restart its Tokai Daini nuclear power plant near Tokyo.

GLOBAL LNG-Asian prices hit three-week high; tanker rates rise

* CNOOC seeks to charter ships to replace COSCO-linked tankers

Japan imports first LNG cargo from China as utilities try to cut costs

(This August 29 story has been corrected to say China National Offshore Oil Corp, not CNOOC Ltd, in paragraph three.)

Exclusive: Japanese utilities start selling uranium fuel into depressed market

Japan's nuclear operators are starting to sell some of their huge holdings of uranium fuel, as chances fade of restarting many more reactors eight years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

RPT-Japan LNG buyers talk tough as spot prices drop to 3-year lows

* Interactive graphic on import costs:

Japan LNG buyers talk tough as spot prices drop to 3-year lows

An inexorable decline in spot market prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is pushing utilities in Japan to be more aggressive in price reviews built into traditional long-term contracts linked to oil prices, lawyers and analysts said.

King coal rules in Japan as power utilities in thrall to low-cost fuel

Japanese utilities will rely on the return of coal-fired power plants from maintenance to meet peak electricity demand this summer, highlighting the country's dependence on the more polluting fuel instead of natural gas.

Japan's nuclear industry growing, but slower than government hoped

Japan's resurgent nuclear industry will miss a government target of providing at least a fifth of the country's electricity by 2030, a Reuters analysis shows.

Rescuers with dogs search for survivors after deadly Japan quake

Rescue workers with dogs searched for survivors on Friday in debris-strewn landslides caused by an earthquake in Japan's northern island of Hokkaido, as electricity was restored to just over half of households.

Japan's top power utilities see power sales decline

Two out of Japan's three big power utilities projected a decline in electricity sales in the new business year as new entrants continue to grab market share following liberalization of the 8 trillion yen ($73 billion) retail power market two years ago.

Nikkei rises to 1-week high but breaks 9-week winning streak

Japan's Nikkei share average rose to a one-week high on Friday, helped by gains in most sectors while chip-related stocks such as Sumco and Tokyo Electron outperformed.

CORRECTED-Nikkei rises to more than 1-week high; chip-related stocks outperform

Japan's Nikkei share average rose to a more than one-week high on Friday morning, helped by shares in most sectors while chip-related stocks such as Sumco and Tokyo Electron outperformed.

CORRECTED-Nikkei tumbles to 2-1/2-week low as Trump allegations lower stimulus hopes

* Utility stocks outperform after Kansai Electric says it will restart No.4 reactor at Takahama plant

Japan's Nikkei hits 17-mth high on sagging yen, higher Wall Street

Japan's Nikkei share average rose to a 17-month high on Tuesday, drawing support from a sagging yen and Wall Street hitting record highs overnight.

Japan's power utilities report 6th year of decline in power sales

Power sales at Japan's former regional utilities dropped for the sixth straight year in the year through March, as more and more retail accounts have drifted away since the government opened up the market last April. The energy sector has been in flux in the wake of the...

BRIEF-Tepco, two other utilities partner on nuclear safety - Nikkei

* Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings has partnered on nuclear safety with fellow utilities Chubu Electric Power and Hokuriku Electric Power - Nikkei Source text:( Further company coverage:

Norway wealth fund excludes 15 coal related firms, more to follow

Norway's central bank, which manages the country's $869 billion wealth fund, has excluded an additional 15 companies from its portfolio due to their use or production of coal, and plans further exclusions next year, it said on Wednesday.

More than 2 mln Japan retail power users switch to new entrants

Seven months into Japan's power market shake-up aimed at boosting choice and energy security, more than 2 million retail electricity users switched to new power providers, monthly data by the national grid monitor showed on Friday. In October, a little more than 200,000...

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