Dallas, Texas 09/27/2013 (Financialstrend) – INPEX HOLDINGS INC (OTCMKTS:IPXHY) is headquartered in Japan. The company has a number of subsidiaries engaged primarily in production, development, explorations and sales of some natural resources like natural gas and petroleum. INPEX HOLDINGS INC (OTCMKTS:IPXHY) has numerous exploration projects all over Asia, Eurasia, Japan, Africa, Middle East countries and America. INPEX also helps in the investment of some other firms. The company had a total of 70 auxiliary firms and over 20 other associated companies on March 31, 2012 and on July 1, 2011, it established its own subsidiary, INPEX holdings Australia Proprietary Ltd.
The major project of INPEX is in Japan which was discovered in the year 1979 and the production was started in 1984. Minami-Nagaoka is one of the biggest gas fields in Japan operated by INPEX. Likewise many other gas fields all across the world are operated by INPEX HOLDINGS.
INPEX Corporation supports the economic growth through massive R&D activities targeting practical development and exploration of natural gas and petroleum. INPEX mainly focuses all its R&D activities in three areas viz. stable energy supply, environmental conservation and balancing energy and the environment.
The main motto of the company is to become an integrated energy company that can largely contribute to the global community. INPEX endorses efforts to commercialize the renewable energies and also reinforces Research and Development activities for the coming generation. INPEX is also exploring business potentials of different renewable energy types such as geothermal which have a synergy with conventional gas and oil development and photovoltaic power generation.
In INPEX’s photovoltaic power generation, large scale systems with an electricity generating capability of 1 MW known as Mega Solar facilities are employed. In the last decade, Great East Japan Tsunami and Earthquake expectations have grown; this photovoltaic power generation is anticipated to help mitigate these major concerns about power supply shortages.