Investing.com – Japan stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the Warehousing, Chemical, Petroleum & Plastic and Transport sectors led shares higher. At the...
By Yuka Obayashi and Ritsuko Shimizu TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's biggest oil refiner Eneos Holdings Inc (T:5020) will hasten its transformation into a supplier of low-carbon energy...
Japanese stocks edged higher on Monday, lifted by a weaker yen, while other Asian markets tumbled after comments from US central bankers on Friday hinted interest rates could be...
ENEOS Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the energy, oil and natural gas exploration and production, and metals businesses in Japan, China, and internationally. It manufactures and sells petroleum products, including gasoline, kerosene, lubricants, etc.; imports and sells gas; and supplies electricity and hydrogen, as well as provides petrochemicals; and offers crude oil, natural gas, and copper concentrates. In addition, the company offers non-ferrous metal products, including electrolytic coppers, functional materials, and thin-film materials. Further, the company develops and explores non-ferrous metal resources and products, and produces and sells titanium and electric wires. Additionally, the company offers copper foils, precision rolled, and precision-fabricated products. Furthermore, it engages in the asphalt paving; civil engineering; construction; land transportation; rail transportation of oil products; and real estate leasing, sale and purchase, and management. The company also provides nonlife insurance; and temporary staffing, recruitment, training, and office support services. ENEOS Holdings, Inc. was founded in 1888 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
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