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Ocean Geo-Frontier Tallies Survey Contract

New joint venture company Ocean Geo-Frontier (OGF) on Monday signed a consignment service agreement with Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) for geophysical surveys to be conducted by a three-dimensional geophysical survey vessel.OGF was established in December 2018 to meet an expected demand increase for offshore surveys after Japan’s Cabinet Office approved the Third Basic Plan on Ocean Policy for the development of domestic resources, including oil and gas, in the seas around Japan.The company, jointly owned by Japanes shipping company NYK (45%), Norwegian Marine surveyor

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Salardi to Lead Xodus’ Decom Division

globally ranging from M&A due diligence and commercial advice, to training and detailed planning and approvals for decom execution.   Tipler recently helped Xodus deliver a decommissioning ‘trend survey’ to Japanese government organization JOGMEC (Japan Oil and Gas and Metals National Corporation) to provide oil and gas companies in the country with a better understanding of the decommissioning process and how to manage their global asset and abandonment liabilities.   Wim van der Zande, CEO of Xodus Group, said, “Enrico has vast experience of working at all stages

Conceptual drawing of wide-area seabed research vessel

JAMSTEC Orders MHI Wide-area Seabed Research Vessel

its new research vessel. In recent years MHI has constructed a number of cutting-edge research vessels. Among them are the Shinsei Maru, delivered to JAMSTEC for studying the marine ecosystem off the coast of Tohoku in northeast Honshu, and the Hakurei, delivered to Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) to study marine resources. Going forward, through construction of the research vessel newly ordered by JAMSTEC MHI looks to contribute to research into Japan's marine resources. The company also intends to leverage the technological strengths to be cultivated through the vessel's

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