SUGAR LAND--March 22, 2022--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--As Japan continues to recover from the 7.4-magnitude earthquake that rocked its eastern areas last week, a clearer picture is emerging of its effects on energy and industrial markets. Japan issued its first-ever power supply warning Tuesday, following the forced shutdown of several plants and technical troubles at Tokyo Electric Power Company, a leading utility in the area. At least two major refineries also are facing longer-than-expected outages. Industrial Info's Global Market Intelligence (GMI) Outage Database is keeping tabs on these developments. Within this article: Details on some of the power-generation, chemical processing and refining facilities affected by last week's earthquake in eastern Japan, including restarts and prolonged shutdowns from companies such as <a href='https://www.japex.co.jp/en/' target='_blank'>Japan Petroleum Exploration Company Limited</a>, <a href='https://www.nipponpapergroup.com/english/' target='_blank'>Nippon Paper Industries Company Limited</a>, <a href='https://www.tohoku-epco.co.jp/english/' target='_blank'>Tohoku Electric Power Company Incorporated</a>, <a href='https://www.tepco.co.jp/en/hd/index-e.html' target='_blank'>Tokyo Electric Power Company Incorporated</a>, <a href='https://www.sumitomo-chem.co.jp/english/' target='_blank'>Sumitomo Chemical Company Limited</a>, <a href='https://www.chemiway.co.jp/en/' target='_blank'>Maruzen Petrochemical Company Limited</a>, <a href='https://www.denka.co.jp/eng/' target='_blank'>Denka Company Limited</a> and <a href='https://www.eneos.co.jp/english/' target='_blank'>ENEOS Corporation</a>.