Since the first introduction of LNG to Japan, TGE has provided a wide range of engineering and consulting services for a number of LNG receiving terminals and LNG satellite in Japan and abroad.
We also have an extensive record in Japan of the construction of plants to produce city gas from naphtha or LPG.
Utilizing the latest advances in gas production facilities and systems, TGE provides all manner of related hardware and software, including total automation and control system by making use of computer, and even emergency systems.
Operating on a base of know-how built by Tokyo Gas over a century, TGE has constructed numerous pipelines, governor stations and gas holders in Japan and overseas.
TGE utilizes its sophisticated network analysis technologies and other state-of -the-art techniques to provide its clients with
the utmost in service, from the investigation, and construction of gas supply and storage facilities to the implementation of completion tests and maintenance control.
TGE is highly active in the engineering of district heating and cooling systems, which, by concentration the heating and cooling systems of nearby buildings in one central location, increase energy efficiency and help protect the environment; cogeneration systems, which dramatically increase energy efficiency by generating power and utilizing waste heat for heating and cooling; and fuel cells, which, for their compactness and efficiency, are anticipated to provide a convenient means of on-site power generation in the future.
Municipal information-the arrangement of pipelines, roads, utilities-is intricate, multitudinous, and interrelated. And, when you add customer information on top, it gets even worse.
TGE offers GIS that has done much to facilitate and simplify municipal administrative work while assuring the flexibility to accommodate developments for new era.
TUMSY( Total Utility Mapping System) makes it possible to manage municipal information in the form of common bases, or maps. That is, it utilizes maps as a reference frame in which to organize the cast amount of information that must be managed by city officials and utility providers.
The information contained within TUMSY can be related and utilized in a variety of ways. TUMSY is a highly reliable system with an extensive service record. It is, in fact, the most commonly used GIS in Japan.